essential things to do in Charleston
Stroll the Historic District
These are the best places for groups seeking food tours in Charleston.
Enslaved people brought from West Africa to the Lowcountry held onto many of their homeland traditions after slavery ended.
Immerse in Gullah Culture
Sample locally sourced spirits
The Historic Charleston Foundation protects historic buildings in the city and advocates for the preservation of gardens, parks and neighborhoods.
Explore Historic Homes
Fort Sumter is a sea fort built on an artificial island protecting Charleston, South Carolina from naval invasion.
Fort Sumter National Monument
Walk the Arthur Ravenel Jr Bridge
Tour the only tea garden in the US
Flanked by creeks, marshes, rivers and the Atlantic Ocean, the Lowcountry is an ideal place for paddling trips and boat excursions.
Get out on the water
Wander the Gardens at Middleton Place
Visit the Old Slave Mart Museum
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