This is perhaps the most remarkable home on Charleston's downtown waterfront. Listed on the National Register of Historic ... More
This is perhaps the most remarkable home on Charleston's downtown waterfront. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the Aiken-Rhett House is a revealing architectural portrait of the antebellum South. Owned at one time by wealthy planter and former South Carolina governor William Aiken, the house is decorated with fine examples of classical art and sculpture. Around the home, the original servants quarters, sheds, kitchens, and stables reveal a fuller view of Charleston city life in the 1800s. The courtyard adjoining the house is used for a variety of events and programs as well.
An old custom thrives in Charleston as you tour the city in a horse drawn carriage. Classic Carriage Tours offers
guided tours in carriages drawn by award winning Percheron Draft Horses. Horse drawn transportation is a tradition in Charleston ...
Just entering this museum is a delight. The structure extends out over Charleston Harbor, and as guests draw near the
entrance, they enter beneath a beautiful stained glass wall. Entering the Great Hall, the centerpiece is the breathtaking Carolina ...
This understated yet elegant inn, circa 1843, is located in the Ansonborough district of downtown Charleston and is within walking
distance of all the city's attractions. The main house features six oversized rooms furnished with antique reproductions, and some ...