Climb aboard the 21-passenger air-conditioned bus and prepare to be educated and entertained. This tour offers a two-hour ... More
Climb aboard the 21-passenger air-conditioned bus and prepare to be educated and entertained. This tour offers a two-hour exploration of Charleston and begins and ends at the Visitor Center where tickets can be purchased. The tour guide is fluent in the Gullah language and well versed in Gullah culture and history. Peppered with anecdotes and Gullah speak, tours are humorous and enlightening. The emphasis is on the influences and contributions of original black Charlestonians. A highlight: meeting Philip Simmons, blacksmith and Local National Treasure.
Thomas Heyward, a signer of the Declaration of Independence, built his splendid home in 1772. In 1791, the city rented
the home for use by an honored guest: George Washington. The building is decorated with Charleston manufactured furniture and ...
Don't miss Charleston Waterfront Park, located in the center of downtown. Spanning over 1,000 feet along Charleston Harbor, this is
a must see for any walking tour of the city. Sit on one of several family sized swings on ...
In existence since 1676, Magnolia Plantation & Gardens is a journey back through time. Walking along a numbered path, you
will find many beautiful cypress and live oak trees along the river. The Barbados Tropical Garden, Biblical Garden, and ...