This stately Beaux Arts building in the heart of downtown Charleston houses four centuries of permanent art collections.
Brunch is a hot ticket at High Cotton Restaurant - reservations are recommended, unless you're one of the church crowds.
Sure, you can hop on a horse-drawn carriage, or hop in a pedicab, or join an official walking tour.
Coastal Highway is home to an extraordinary Bird of Prey Sanctuary, a non-profit organization that takes in injured eagles, hawks, owls, falcons, pelicans, etc.
These two sisters, whose family has been in Charleston for seven generations, know the city better than almost anyone else.
The boutique hotel Zero George is known for the historic wizardry of its executive chef, Vinson Petrillo.
High Wire, Charleston's first distillery since Prohibition, is drawing crowds with its signature spirits and cypress-paneled tasting room.
This is a grand hotel, so naturally there are several restaurant concepts here for refreshing variety.
For those of you familiar with the romantic sailing scene from The Notebook or the revolutionary hero Francis Marion in Mel Gibson's The Patriot.
As for museums, there is nothing boring or out-of-date about it, even though it recently celebrated its 250th year of existence.