Tours & Attractions in Mt. Pleasant

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Stand on the site of the first shot in the Civil War. Come face to face with a giant sea turtle. Take a tour of an antebellum mansion. Climb aboard a WWII aircraft carrier. There are so many blossoming gardens, so many photo opportunities and so many reasons to come back to see us again.

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Boone Hall Plantation has been recognized as the #1 Plantation in the Charleston area according to USA Today's 10BEST and is a "must see" according to NBC Daytime Television.

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Voted Charleston's best! Naturalist guided kayak & SUP tours, rentals, and boat charters. Unmatched wildlife opportunities in beautiful Cape Romain NWR and Bulls Island!

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Enjoy beautiful views at this 1250-ft pier that features the River Watch Cafe & Gift Shop, tackle sales & rod rentals. Visit our website for amenities/fees/hours of operation.

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In Mt. Pleasant on Shem Creek. A float dock is available for mooring day trippers or board a water taxi. Take a leisurely stroll & view shrimp Trawlers along the boardwalk.

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Shem Creek Tours - historical walking tour along the Shem Creek boardwalk. Ends with a local shrimp boil and drink at Vickerys. History, food & drink all in one event.

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Sunday service times are 9am and 10:45am. Contemporary Wednesday service at 6:30pm. Founded in 1835 as The Chapel of Ease for Christ Episcopal Church, St. Andrew’s is located in Mt. Pleasant’s historic Old Village. After the War Between the States, St. Andrew’s reopened in February 1866 and was the only place of public worship then open, creating a place of worship for parishioners of many denominations.

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Christian engineering nonprofit providing sustainable safe water & sanitation solutions in developing countries & disaster areas. WMI has served more than 2.4 million people.

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Explore the sacrifice, heroism and mystery of the USS Yorktown including the devastating history and documented strange activity. Investigated by Syfy Channel’s Ghost Hunters.

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