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The Battery and White Point Garden

Bordered by the Ashley and Cooper Rivers, the Battery and White Point Garden comprise a lovely stretch of seawall, the adjacent promenade, and subsequent live oak garden. Famous for its antebellum homes, Colonial-era pieces of artillery from its days as a Civil War fortification, the Battery and White Point Garden is also home to a monument commemorating the hanging of notorious pirates Stede Bonnet, Richard Worley and their nefarious crew members. A picturesque place to enjoy the culture and history of Charleston, one of America’s oldest and most culturally rich cities, you can find dog-walkers, joggers, and couples picnicking on any given day.

Practical Info

The Battery and White Point Garden make up what is known locally as “The Battery,” Charleston’s southernmost park, which is free to guests and open year-round.

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