In 1681, a group of persecuted French Huguenots left France and established a community in Charleston, but a series of fires ... More
French Huguenot Church
In 1681, a group of persecuted French Huguenots left France and established a community in Charleston, but a series of fires burned the churches they built. The 1845 Gothic Revival structure that exists today is the only independent Huguenot church in America. It features an original Baroque tone pipe organ used during services. The organ was rescued from being shipped to New York in 1865 by Confederate soldiers who had dismantled it. Today it welcomes visitors of all faiths to tour the church, the grounds and its historic cemetery. In the spring, the church holds an annual mass in French. - Natasha Lawrence
The French Quarter Inn is situated in the heart of Charleston, adjacent to the City Market, and approximately 12 miles
from Charleston International Airport. Local attractions include U.S. Custom House, Gibbes Museum of Art, Waterfront Park, Fort Sumter Center ...
This 18th century plantation is home to the oldest landscaped gardens in America. Known for beautiful geometry and symmetry, the
gardens run along the West bank of the Ashley River. On these magnificent grounds is the House Museum, once ...
The Lodge Alley Inn is in the heart of Charleston, within walking distance of Charleston Waterfront Park, and 10 miles
from Charleston International Airport (CHS). Local attractions include Cruise Line Terminal, Charleston Waterfront Park, French Huguenot Church, and Confederate ...
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