This was a comprehensive historical tour of the city. The tour guide was informative and answered any question. Worth the cost to get an overall view of the city.
Head to the Charleston Visitor Center, where the tour begins. From there, make your first stop at Charleston’s former city walls and battery. As you walk around Charleston’s Historic District, be sure to snap photos of the scenic harbor and Fort Sumter.
Continue to some of Charleston’s most important historic sites while your guide helps you learn about their role in American history. You pass Rainbow Row, the longest cluster of Georgian row houses in the United States, and highlights like the Old Exchange Building, one of South Carolina’s most historic buildings. You also see the Charleston City Market, a 200-year-old market that spans four city blocks. By tour’s end you’ll have seen more than 100 historic points of interest.
Your tour ends at the starting point, though you can easily upgrade to include a short visit to the Joseph Manigault House, an antebellum house museum.
We went to the visitor center and they gave us information about tours that we could do to see the city. We did some research and decided to do just the city tour (we missed the last harbor tour). The city tour took about 2...More
Glen was the driver who gave us the tour and was great! He said that he lived in the city for more than 30 years and his knowledge showed throughout the tour. There were only 4 of us on the bus so we are able...More
We opted for the combo Historical Tour with Fort Sumter which started at 12:30pm. Our guide was excellent. He started on time and kept the tour moving at a nice, but not rushed pace. He was very knowledgeable on the history of Charleston and was...More
We had a great experience on the 1.5 hr Bus tour around Charleston today, have to say that when our bus driver/tour guide Roy started off by telling us that he has been doing this for 20 years & was a college student in Charleston...More