Ft. Sumter Tours
Experience where the Civil War began - Fort Sumter!
Sign up to be guided through Charleston’s past by a friendly pirate, lace up your sneakers for a timed scavenger hunt or hover above the city in a helicopter. These tours are in our special interest category for a reason and are for people who want to add a little excitement to their stay.
Educational & fun tours designed for your students interests: U.S., SC African-American, Civil, Revolutionary wars, architecture, pirates and more. Call for tailored planningWebsite
Jewish Charleston from 1695 with a classical city tour. Founder of SC Jewish Historic Society, Southern Livings Top 5 City Tours- A me-chai-yeh. Private car or strolls.Website
Join Charleston's most photographed guides for pirate history tours, ghost tours, and Charleston's only children's tour. Seen on Travel Channel, Lifetime, A&E, Syfy, PBS, NPR.Website
Walking historical tour, 2.5 hours with a registered guide, visit pubs & bars & purchase beverages of choice, appetizers included, experience Charleston history, res. requiredWebsite
Unrivaled personal service, creative events & unique excursions since 1986! Customized tours & excursions, dining & transportation, unique events and full-service packages.Website
Originating from Marion Square, this 90 minute tour covers approximately 3.5 miles of the historic district, and includes 10-12 stops at pertinent landmarks along the way.Website
Connoisseur Tours are custom-designed, exclusive tours of Charleston and the Lowcountry for small, private groups. For example: architecture, antiques, history, gardens.Website
Tour the interiors of privately owned homes & gardens. Trained docents explain each home's important architectural, historical & cultural contribution to our city's past.Website
See Charleston from helicopter! With our pilots tour the downtown, historic forts, iconic bridges & beaches all from a birds eye perspective! Airplane & helicopter charters.Website
Christian engineering nonprofit providing sustainable safe water & sanitation solutions in developing countries & disaster areas. WMI has served more than 2.4 million people.Website