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McLeod Plantation Historic Site Charleston 7.5 km away
#7 of 77 Sights & Landmarks in Charleston
Our guide, Ashley was extremely knowledgeable, friendly and engaging and filled us in on the rich history of the plantation, the buildings on site, and the background of the quality of crops (what makes sea island...
This is one of the few plantations that gives a completely rounded view of the ante-bellum South, and what life on a plantation was like for master and slaves alike, as well as tracing the fascinating history of t...
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Angel Oak Tree
#1 of 3 Sights & Landmarks in Johns Island
There is a gift shop and a place where you can donated to the preservation of the Angel Oak tree (which I highly suggest) but to view the Oak in all it's splender is absolutely free.
Free admission and the beautiful site makes this visit an absolute must!
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Lowcountry Walking Tours Charleston 11.9 km away
#1 of 77 Sights & Landmarks in Charleston
Bill was one of the best tour guides we've had in years - highly knowledgeable, engaging and fun! Seeing the homes and sights in the small alleys and hard to reach places was the "icing on the cake" of our trip to...
Bob was very personable and did an excellent job describing the historic sites and history of the city.
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Folly Beach Fishing Pier Folly Beach 10.6 km away
#1 of 2 Sights & Landmarks in Folly Beach
Winter & Late Fall crisp mornings, stunning sunsets and people stroll with dogs & for shells... Spring to October, warm sunny strolling, hubby & kids fish, I shop or take in sights, meet others, lots of places to...
Open until around 9-11pm call to check one the day you are going, but also great views of the sky at dark! Perfect romantic stroll after dinner!
Cathedral of Saint John the Baptist Charleston 11.3 km away
#3 of 77 Sights & Landmarks in Charleston
Enjoyed our time of prayer at SJP. Add to your list of sights to visit.
... the Residence Inn Riverview, and were initially planning to go to mass closer to the hotel until we saw St. John's Cathedral listed as a site on TripAdvisor while researching other sites to see around Charleston.
Charleston History Tours Charleston 11.5 km away
#2 of 77 Sights & Landmarks in Charleston
For the remainder of our trip, we knew the big landmarks and hidden history of Charleston and enjoyed pointing it out to each other around the city in the remainder of our trip.
The driver was so knowledgeable and so full of fun as he explained the sights to us all.
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St. Michael's Church Charleston 11.5 km away
#6 of 77 Sights & Landmarks in Charleston
Quiet church, wonderful to view, perfect for a visit, a prayer, and to light a candle.
Present day St. Michael's is built upon the site of the first Anglican church constructed south of Virginia and the first church constructed in Charles Town.
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The Citadel Charleston 11.3 km away
#10 of 77 Sights & Landmarks in Charleston
The campus feature some unique historical sites, such as the Memorial Chapel and Mark Clark Hall.
On that visit we arrived early enough to easily find parking on site and enjoyed a leisurely stroll across campus before taking our seats on the parade ground bleachers.
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Unitarian Church in Charleston Charleston 11.4 km away
#9 of 77 Sights & Landmarks in Charleston
A docent is on site to share the story and beautiful architecture .... worth the stop in.
Beautiful landmark with a knowledgeable guide
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Kahal Kadosh Beth Elohim Charleston 11.8 km away
#4 of 77 Sights & Landmarks in Charleston
The tour provides a wonderful view of Jewish history in this city and state, as well as a chronicle of the congregation and its role in the development of Reform Judaism.
One of our favorite things to do while traveling is to visit historic religious sites.
Charles Towne Landing State Historic Site Charleston 11.1 km away
#18 of 77 Sights & Landmarks in Charleston
Excellent informative display in Visitors Centre, and a walking trail down through the original town site with great replicas of fortifications etc. Very enjoyable.
Enter through a jewel of a museum into a gorgeous park with historic markers, a reproduction of original vessel, archieological sites, great boardwalks and other paths, wonderful plantings, especially in the forme...
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Nathaniel Russell House Charleston 11.3 km away
#17 of 77 Sights & Landmarks in Charleston
Excellent and well presented history, as well as information related to the preservation of the site.
Combine this house tour which is a restoration, with the Aiken-Rhett, which is a preservation, and you will get a great view into the many years of history these old houses hold.
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College of Charleston Charleston 11.6 km away
#12 of 77 Sights & Landmarks in Charleston
You can also get free map of campus from the bookstore so you can do a walking tour of all the below historical landmark sites.
The area offers wonderful views of water, vegetation, history, and spectacular architecture.
Riley Waterfront Park Charleston 12.0 km away
#8 of 77 Sights & Landmarks in Charleston
Great ocean view, wonderful park with swings on the pier, can watch the boats go by, metered parking as well as nearby garage, also delicious ice cream across the street, and the water fountain was beautiful with...
The sea views are awesome, the little islands in the harbor, the graceful sailboats, wonderful view of the Arthur Ravenel Jr. Bridge, the seagulls and other shore birds, the live musicians (one guy singing some re...
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Morris Island Lighthouse Charleston 11.6 km away
#14 of 77 Sights & Landmarks in Charleston
... the end of the path there is a beautiful view of the beach and lighthouse.It was so very peaceful.This made for some great pics and you can stay as long as you want and just enjoy the ocean and great views.
At the end of th unassuming path opens up to a beautiful view of the beach, sand dunes and grasses and the lighthouse.
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Heyward-Washington House Charleston 11.5 km away
#23 of 77 Sights & Landmarks in Charleston
You need to like to view old homes and hear about their history in order to enjoy all the historical homes that are open to viewing in Charleston.
This site can be part of a three venue package for $25 at the Charleston Museum- a great bargain.
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Circular Congregational Church Charleston 11.6 km away
#22 of 77 Sights & Landmarks in Charleston
We wandered through the churchyard, reading inscriptions and appreciating the gorgeous tall oaks; there was a service in progress, but after that let out we were welcomed in to view the interior.
I think one of the most interesting views of the architecture is from cemetery in the back of the building.
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Pineapple Fountain Charleston 12.0 km away
#20 of 77 Sights & Landmarks in Charleston
Another beautiful thing about Charleston.. great for a long leisure walk, taking in the gorgeous views, Pineapple fountain is wonderful!
A true landmark for the city, especially since a pineapple symbolizes warmth, welcome, friendship and hospitality, which is bound to be found in Charleston!
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Aiken-Rhett House Charleston 12.3 km away
#15 of 77 Sights & Landmarks in Charleston
Wonderful to see a historical site that has been preserved rather than restored - it gave a true picture of the layers of history a house experiences
Love the old neighborhoods, this home is amazing to view and history is interesting.
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The Charleston Museum Charleston 12.1 km away
#21 of 77 Sights & Landmarks in Charleston
... James Island, which contains assorted habitats for wildlife and numerous cultural features such as three earthen Confederate batteries and prehistoric, colonial, antebellum and postbellum archeological sites.
You can follow through the Revolutionary War and the War of Northern Aggression (as the South views it) and everything in between.
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Joseph Manigault House Charleston 12.1 km away
#24 of 77 Sights & Landmarks in Charleston
A wonderful place if you love classic architecture and a view of the gracious world of the old South.
Bought a ticket for this site along with a bus tour of Charleston.
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Rainbow Row Charleston 11.7 km away
#26 of 77 Sights & Landmarks in Charleston
And this row of very old homes is just gorgeous, and I had to stop and savor the views and be grateful for all the home owners who love and take care of these homes and their beautiful colors!
The cobblestone streets are hard to walk on without proper footwear so definitely pack your best walking shoes and bring your camera, olloclip for your iPhone or android and enjoy the sights.
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Magnolia Cemetery Charleston 13.6 km away
#11 of 77 Sights & Landmarks in Charleston
In our travels across the country, my wife and I love to visit historical sites, especially battlefields and cemeteries and ghost towns and antebellum mansions.
Loved the beauty of the old graves, the live oaks and the view!
Market Square Charleston 11.7 km away
#28 of 77 Sights & Landmarks in Charleston
Here the vendors set up and take down every day ... as you walk through the buildings you are able to purchase a variety of the Low Country Baskets as they are weaved on site ... lots of time and skill ... there i...
This is a must do venue and while there walk a few blocks and view the battery and the old homes off the inlet.
Charleston City Market Charleston 11.8 km away
#27 of 77 Sights & Landmarks in Charleston
... Plantation itself in Wadmalaw!), and Sofya Tsvetikova's art booth -- she paints the most beautiful abstract art of all my favorite Charleston landmarks, and I love seeing what she has to offer every time I visit.
Baskets woven (some on site) by local artisans, art, crafts, ornaments, jewelry, cookbooks, clothes, music, home decor, food and seasonings, etc.
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Marion Square Charleston 11.9 km away
#29 of 77 Sights & Landmarks in Charleston
Loved the view of Marion Square from our hotel window.
Great views!
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The Calhoun Mansion Charleston 11.2 km away
#32 of 77 Sights & Landmarks in Charleston
The real treat of this visit, as expertly pointed out by our tour guide Sue, is the opportunity to view the current owner's unbelievable collection of treasures and antiquities from around the world - one of a kin...
The best part was we were headed to the house by ourselves, without guides, and were delighted at just looking at the beautifully restored homes, listening to church bells chime and taking in the sights.
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Arthur Ravenel Jr. Bridge Charleston 14.5 km away
#5 of 77 Sights & Landmarks in Charleston
This beautiful bridge spans Charleston Harbour and connects the city to historic Patriot's Point, home of the USS Yorktown, and to Sullivan's Island, home of Fort Moultrie, a National Parks Site and a fortress sit...
But, if you are really into exercise, you can walk the entire bridge from Mt. Pleasant to Charleston! Great exercise, great views, fresh air, and...it's FREE!
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St. Philip's Church Charleston 11.8 km away
#30 of 77 Sights & Landmarks in Charleston
The cemetery is very old and is the burial site of Charles Pinckney (signer of the constitution and 8th Governor of South Carolina) and Thomas Pinckney (7th Governor of South Carolina).
Enter the church to view the magnificent interior and spend time visiting the graveyard and cemetery to absorb the aura of the area.
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Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church Charleston 12.1 km away
#31 of 77 Sights & Landmarks in Charleston
Site of the tragic shooting of its pastor and eight other Bibble study participants in June of 2015, known locally as Mother Emanuel, this beautiful church welcomes visitors to its services.
But it's important to remember, to honor, to see the site and the flowers (bring some) woven through the gate, and the sign reading "Thank you for your many acts of kindness."