If These Trees Could Talk
Boone Hall has been recognized as the # 1 Plantation in the Charleston area by USA Today's 10Best.
The history of African-American contributions to the vibrant arts and culture scene of Charleston, SC is rich. Take a Gullah tour to be immersed in the sights and sounds of a new culture. Tour the plantations to stand where the enslaved African Americans of Charleston once stood. Leave with a greater knowledge and appreciation for cultures of the past by exposing yourself to them today.
With unique shopping, restaurants, spa, and boutique hotel, Freshfields Village is the premier destination for a day trip or weekend getaway.
You'll never believe what we can fit into 12 square miles. Beaches, Dining, Shopping, Fishing, Kayaking, Biking, Boating... and lots of General Blissfulness. Minutes from Historic Downtown Charleston.
Americas oldest unrestored plantation house still open to the public. Admission includes house tour, Connections from Africa to America program, nature walks, & more.Website
Powerful storytelling guides visitors through a deep exploration of domestic life, labor, and spirituality through the lens of the enslaved community at Middleton Place.Website
Luxurious clothing, jewelry and home decor hand-crafted by global women artisans. New King Street showroom, workroom and rooftop terrace celebrating global glamour.Website
Gullah Tours explores the places, history and stories that are relevant to the varied contributions made by black Charlestonians. $18 per person. Reservations suggested.Website
Explore Charleston's Black history and Gullah/Geechee culture from a Black perspective in our 1, 2 & 2 1/2 hour motorized Black History, Porgy & Bess and Sea Islands Tours.Website
Learn about the journey of African slaves to the lowcountry through songs, dance & dialog at the 220 year old Bethel Church. Educational, poignant, engaging & family friendly.Website