Charleston Points of Interest and Places to Visit

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Rainbow Row

4.5 star rating: Recommended 3 Reviews

This street of brightly colored homes in Charleston is easily the most photographed spot in the city, and it’s easy to see why. The 14 colorful Georgian row ...  Read more

Joseph Manigault House

4 star rating: Recommended 12 Reviews

This historic Charleston home, now part of the Charleston Museum, is a well-preserved example of Federal architecture of great historical and cultural ...  Read more

St Philips Church

4 star rating: Recommended 1 Review

This historical church is home to the oldest religious congregation in South Carolina. The first St. Philips Church was a small wooden structure built in ...  Read more

South Carolina Aquarium

A visit to the South Carolina Aquarium is more than just a meet-and-greet with the local sea life. The center point of the beautiful and historic Charleston ...  Read more

Aiken-Rhett House

Charleston’s historic Aiken-Rhett House offers a rare glimpse into antebellum plantation life in South Carolina. The only surviving urban plantation, the 1818 ...  Read more

Aiken-Rhett House

This historic museum is known for being one of the best examples of Southern antebellum architecture in Charleston. It was originally built as a private ...  Read more

Arthur Ravenel Jr. Bridge

The Arthur Ravenel Jr Bridge, also known as the New Cooper River Bridge, is an eight-lane, cable-stayed bridge spanning three and half miles across the Cooper ...  Read more

Charleston City Market

Smack in the middle of historic Charleston, the Charleston City Market is a central landmark for Holy City visitors. In addition to being one of the most ...  Read more

Charleston Museum

The Charleston Museum has the pleasure of being dubbed America’s First Museum. A source of pride for South Carolinians, the Charleston Museum boasts both deep ...  Read more

Charleston Waterfront Park

With excellent views of the Cooper River and the Charleston Harbor, this 12-acre park is a favorite spot to relax for both locals and visitors to Charleston. ...  Read more

Children's Museum of the Lowcountry

The Children’s Museum of the Lowcountry is a hands-on museum dedicated to allowing children the freedom to explore, discover, and learn. From racing miniature ...  Read more

Circular Congregational Church of Charleston

The Circular Congregational Church of Charleston is one of the oldest continuously worshipping churches in the United States of America. English ...  Read more

Fort Sumter National Monument

A top historic attraction in South Carolina, Fort Sumter National Monument is famous for being the site where the Civil War began. Today, the sea fort, ...  Read more

Gibbes Museum of Art

The Gibbes Museum of Art hosts Charleston’s finest collections of art in a fabulous Beaux Arts building in Charleston’s Historic District. With over 10,000 ...  Read more

Heyward-Washington House

A noble grandfather clock ticks the time in the drawing room of the Heyward-Washington House in Charleston, a veritable time portal to the 1700s. The ...  Read more

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