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.
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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.