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Folly Beach Living Newsletter- 2018 In Review
Sat, Feb 9th 2019 9:39 am
February 2018 Folly Beach Living Newsletter
Fri, Feb 23rd 2018 9:24 am
January 2017 Folly Beach Living Newsletter
Mon, Jan 23rd 2017 1:39 pm
Folly Beach Update and Real Estate Information
Mon, Jan 23rd 2017 1:36 pm
December 2016 Folly Beach Real Estate and Island Update
Thu, Dec 15th 2016 1:45 pm
Ulf Hartwig: 843.442.2459
Neily Hartwig: 843.345.3892
P.O. Box 1220
38 Center Street
Folly Beach, SC 29439
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.
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.
Southeastern Wildlife Exposition
BB&T Charleston Wine + Food Festival
Preservation Society of Charleston
Charleston Concert Association
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.
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!
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.
Coastal Expeditions — Kayak tours and rentals
Nature Adventures — Kayak, Canoe and Paddleboarding.
Charleston County Parks and Recreation
Department of Natural Resources
Fishing or Hunting license or watercraft registration
Municipal Parks and Recreation
Magnolia Plantation and Gardens
Classic Carrier Tours
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