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  • Visiting Charleston

    So Much to Love

    Voted "Top City in the United States" by Condé Nast Traveler readers, Charleston is beloved and renowned for its hospitality, beauty, architecture, history, food, and culture. Check out some of our favorite things.

"We just loved Charleston, from the smell of the magnolia trees and the food to the friendly people, and of course the charm of the city itself. All the history that we experienced while in Charleston was just amazing!"

- Guest Comment Card, 5/9/15

Calendar of Events
Aug
2015

Shaggin' on the Cooper

Celebrate the arrival of warmer weather with some dancing at Shaggin' on the Cooper! Local bands perform live at the end of the Mount Pleasant Pier, and the dance floor is open for all ages.

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Sep
2015

Restaurant Week

Circa 1886 is one of many restaurants around the Charleston participating in September Restaurant Week. The goal is to showcase the thriving culinary scene in the Lowcountry. Throughout the week, Circa 1886 will offer three signature courses for $45.

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Oct
2015

The Fall Tour of Homes & Gardens

The historic beauty and charm of Charleston come alive this October as friends of the Preservation Society of Charleston welcome you inside the private interiors of some of the nation's most exceptional historic houses. Discover the stories of these magnificent residences and the people who have lived in them for centuries and learn why visitors from all over the world are still drawn to this special place today.

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Where To Eat: Staff Favorites

Circa 1886 at the Wentworth Mansion

For an exquisite dinner with intimate ambiance, our own Circa 1886 at Wentworth Mansion.

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Fast & French (G&M)

A taste of Paris just steps from our door. Go for one of the best and most affordable lunches in the city.

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Kitchen 208

For outdoor dining with fast, casual breakfast, lunch and weekend brunch, visit Kitchen 208 on lower King Street.

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What To Do: Staff Favorites

Tommy Dew's Walking Tour

Step back in Charleston history with one of the city's best guides.

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Rickshaw Ride

An evening rickshaw ride along the Battery is the perfect way to end a day's worth of sightseeing.

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Harbor Tour

See the Holy City from one of the best vantage points - our beautiful waters.

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Places To See: Staff Favorites

Fort Sumter

Take a long, beautiful glimpse at Charleston as she was through history. Take the boat ride out to Fort Sumter, the site of the first shots of the Civil War.

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Old Exchange & Provost Dungeon

Discover this building's integral role in our country's quest for independence and its important service to an emerging country.

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Heyward-Washington House

Browse a magnificent collection of Charleston-made furniture in the main house and ancillary structures like the carriage shed that has an 18th-century well just beneath, the kitchen building that was built in the 1740s, and an exquisite formal garden. President Washington stayed in the Heyward-Washington House while visiting Mrs. Rutledge.

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