If you want a new and interesting way to explore the downtown area of Charleston, horse carriages are your best bet. Kings ... More
If you want a new and interesting way to explore the downtown area of Charleston, horse carriages are your best bet. Kings Street in the downtown area is an upscale shopping place, with many good restaurants around like Slightly North of Broad and hotels like Mills House Hotel . Many museums like The Charleston Museum and Gibbes Museum of Art , parks like Frankie's Fun Park and Charleston Waterfront Park are located in this area.The large number of sightseeing places located close to downtown Charleston make it a hot spot for many street festivals and fairs like Festival of Houses & Gardens .
Unique Adamesque style Building, built as a private residence in the early 1800s & opened as a Bed & Breakfast
in 1990. Amenities:Air Conditioning (In Room). Newspaper (Free). Iron. Telephone. Television (Cable/Satellite). Non Smoking Rooms. Television. Daily Maid Service. ...
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 ...
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 ...