As the site of the first permanent English settlement in South Carolina in 1670, this 80-acre park has developed into a ... More
Charles Towne Landing
As the site of the first permanent English settlement in South Carolina in 1670, this 80-acre park has developed into a living museum with educational and historical attractions, walking paths and gardens. These include a visitor center with interactive exhibits and displays that introduce visitors of all ages to Charleston's early colonial days. There are hands-on activities, self-guided tours of the Animal Forest trail and the history trail. A replica of the sailing ship Adventure shows the importance of trade and commerce. Archaeological sites of the fortified town under research are open to viewing. Live cannon firings and 17th-century musket demonstrations are a few monthly events. Visitors can bring picnic lunches or access a food concession. Picnic tables and restrooms are available. Since the park is located on a marsh along the Ashley River, bringing bug spray is advisable.
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 ...
Welcome to the Creekside Lands Inn in Charleston, South Carolina where you will find true southern hospitality. Located near historic
Charleston, the Creekside Lands Inn is an intimate retreat secluded among moss draped majestic oaks and a spectacular view ...
On I 26, Route 7 S to Skylark Rd, east of US #17. Hotel Details:Pets Allowed. Smoke Alarm in Rooms.
Common/Public Areas Accessible to Wheelchairs. Common Area Wireless Access. Laundry Room. Room Service.