Things to do in Charleston

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  • 1

    Downtown Charleston

    48 reviews

    Indaco Italian Food & Wine is located at 526 King St and serves Rustic Italian Fare. It is an Indigo Road Restaurant boasting Executive Chef Robert Berry. This spot has a lively, warm atmosphere, hip Upper King St location, and the best Pizzas this side of Italy!

    Popular withHistoryDesignFoodies
  • 2

    The Battery

    35 reviews

    A must see for history buffs and a beautiful sight to see

    Popular withFamiliesLocalHistory
  • 3

    Charleston Waterfront Park

    26 reviews

    One of the many "must-see" spots in the historic area.

    Popular withLocalFamiliesHistory
  • 4

    South Carolina Aquarium

    26 reviews

    This is a wonderful place to go as a tourist and also a wonderful venue to hold events in such as weddings or corporate events (such as Galas). I'm a professional musician and I have played many wedding there with my business Charleston Flutist, LLC.

    Popular withFamiliesLocalStudents
  • 5

    Old City Market

    16 reviews

    Tourist schlock, if you're into the kind of thing.

    Popular withLocalBudgetDesign
  • 6

    Arthur J. Ravenel Bridge

    12 reviews

    great for walkers and runners who need a workout as well as the ability to see for miles

    Popular withOutdoorAdventureFamilies
  • 7

    Magnolia Plantation and Gardens

    10 reviews

    A very beautiful and unique place definitely worth your time. I took the Slave tour and it was very informational and a good experience! overall a great spot filled with numerous things to see.

    Popular withHistoryLocalBudget
  • 8

    Morris Island Lighthouse

    10 reviews

    The lighthouse is a must see while at Folly! It is about 8 blocks from our location. Take your camera!

    Popular withHistoryAdventureFamilies
  • 9

    Classic Carriage Tours

    10 reviews

    excellent! if you like history or if you want a break from walking this is a great tour! I will do this every time I return to Charleston.

    Popular withHistoryLocalFamilies
  • 10

    Charleston Farmers Market

    9 reviews

    Every Saturday, and within walking distance of home.

    Popular withDesignFamiliesLocal
  • 11

    Children's Museum of the Lowcountry

    8 reviews

    Excellent family fun!

    Popular withFamilies
  • 12

    The Citadel Military College of South Carolina

    6 reviews

    Don't miss the Friday afternoon parades if you're around during the school year!

  • 13

    College of Charleston

    6 reviews

    This is where I got my BS and life has been amazing ever since!

  • 14

    Middleton Place

    7 reviews

    This is the burial and birthplace of Arthur Middleton a signer of the Declaration of Independence. This also a great place to bird watch. This place will take about 2 hours to visit.

    Popular withHistoryLocalBudget
  • 15

    The Charleston Museum

    6 reviews

    Located across from the Charleston Visitor's Center and just slightly north of Marion Square, which is bounded by King, Meeting, and Calhoun Streets, the Charleston Museum and its museum houses will give you an excellent overview of the breadth of history, art, architecture, and design in our unique city. The Museum is about a 20 minute walk or a leisurely ...

    Popular withHistoryBudgetFamilies
  • 16

    Visitors Center

    4 reviews

    Take the Free CARTA Trolley on the corner of Coming and Cannon St, first stop the Visitor Center

    Popular withHistoryFamiliesBudget
  • 17

    King Street

    5 reviews

    Do you like upscale? If not to shop, then just to look? A walk along King Street in Charleston takes you by unique and handmade jewelry shops, galleries of fantastic local artists and artisans, gift shops, shoes, and find clothiers. How about Ann Taylor, Banana Republic, Benetton, Bebe, LaCoste, and on and on? There are also just cool little coffee ...

  • 18

    Marion Square

    5 reviews

    Location of Farmer's Market on Saturdays (spring to fall)

  • 19

    Circular Congregation Church

    4 reviews

    Lovely interior. Oldest cemetery in Charleston. Very welcoming services on Sundays. Drop ins welcome. Don't know why there is a police car in the photo!! Special musical events.

    Popular withHistorySpiritual
  • 20

    Fort Sumter Tours & Spiritline

    4 reviews

    History alive!I we were there about 10 years ago,nice boat ride to Sumter,we were there when they found live ordanance.Marines had to defuse the cannon ball.very inexpensive.

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