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Recreation & Attractions

Historical Points of Interests

Charlestontowne Landing — Charles Towne Landing introduces visitors to the earliest colonial history of Charleston

Fort Sumter — Where the Civil War began.

Fort Moultrie — Important to many historical battles; see how coastal defense has evolved.

The USS Yorktown — The "Fighting Lady" historical battle cruiser. 

Plantations, Homes and Gardens

Magnolia Plantation — Founded in 1676 and noted by Charles Kuralt as his "...greatest Charleston pleasure."

Middleton Place — This 18th century plantation has survived revolution, civil war and earthquake. A historical landmark.

Nathaniel Russell House — Widely recognized as one of America's most important neoclassical dwellings.

The Aiken-Rhett House — Stands alone as the most intact townhouse complex showcasing urban life in Antebellum Charleston.

Boone Hall Plantation — A former cotton plantation that is still commercially productive.

Drayton Hall — Completed in 1742, it is the oldest preserved plantation house in America that is open to the public.


The Charleston Museum  — America's first museum, founded in 1773. 

The Avery Research Center for African American History and Culture — Established to collect, preserve, and make public the unique historical and cultural heritage of African Americans in South Carolina. 

The Citadel Museum — A history of the Citadel from 1842 to the present. 

Gibbes Museum of Art — Focusing on American art with a Charleston perspective.

Karpeles Manuscript Museum — The world's largest private holding of important original manuscripts and documents. 

Patriots Point Naval and Maritime Museum — One of the largest museums of its kind in he world.

The Old Exchange and Provost Dungeon — One of the three most historically significant colonial buildings in the US. 

Arts & Entertainment

Southeastern Wildlife Exposition 

Charleston International Film 

Charleston Fashion Week

BB&T Charleston Wine + Food Festival

Cooper River Bridge Run 

Charleston Symphony Orchestra 

Preservation Society of Charleston 

Charleston Concert Association 

Footlight Theatre 

Charleston Stage Company

Piccolo / Spoleto Festival

Spoleto USA Festival

North Charleston Coliseum


Walking Tours — Something for everyone- ghosts, history, patriots, pirates, slavery and freedom. 

Chai Y’all Tours with Janice Kahn – For those who don’t know a shiksa from a yenta. Or those who want an immersion in local Jewish heritage. (843) 556-0664

Culinary Tours of Charleston – Experience the Tastes of Charleston. 

Gullah Tours with Alphonso Brown — Explores the places, history, and stories that are relevant to the rich and varied contributions made by Black Charlestonians. 

Palmetto Carriage Works — A must on things to do in Charleston during your visit with us. 

Family Fun

South Carolina Aquarium — Fun for the entire family. Learn about local marine life.

Children’s Museum — A world of discovery Awaits at the Charleston Children’s Museum.

Charleston Riverdogs — Charleston’s own baseball team! Visit The Joe! 

Charleston By Water

American FunShip — The Funship provides private personalized cruises for couples, families and groups, 

Spiritline Cruises — Great  for a romantic dinner cruise, a private charter, or just to tour the Harbor. 

The Schooner Pride — Learn how to sail a tall ship. 

Charleston County Parks and Recreation including Water Parks — The official website of the Charleston County Parks. 

Charleston Outdoor Adventures

Coastal Expeditions — Kayak tours and rentals

Nature Adventures — Kayak, Canoe and Paddleboarding.

Outdoor Recreation

Charleston County Parks and Recreation

Department of Natural Resources
Fishing or Hunting license or watercraft registration 

Municipal Parks and Recreation

Riverdogs Baseball

Splash Zone WaterPark

Whirlin Waters

Middleton Place Plantation

Magnolia Plantation and Gardens

Drayton Hall

Boone Hall Plantation

Classic Carrier Tours

Barrier Island Eco Tours

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