the_restoration_on_king
Positioned on the corner of King and Wentworth, this meticulously restored boutique hotel offers 16 “condo” style suites with exposed brick walls and original hardwood flooring. Guest Suites range from 800 – 1600 sq. ft and include full kitchens. Exemplary service and upscale amenities are the trademark and the rooftop terrace is one of the best in Charleston.
charleston_harbor_tours
Charleston Harbor Tours & Bulldog Tours combine to offer the best of Charleston by boat and by foot. Enjoy our 90 minute harbor tour + choice of Bulldog Tour's Ghost & Graveyard Tour, Haunted Jail Tour or Charleston Strolls History Tour. Combine both tours and save $!
the_drawing_room
The Drawing Room is located in a restored 1780s Charleston warehouse and melds effortlessly into the art exhibition space at The Vendue. Locally sourced seafood and produce are the mainstay of a menu designed to showcase Chef Cropf’s artistic style.
old_south_carriage_company_
Guides in a Confederate uniform and Red Sash team up with beautiful draft horses to reveal the history and charm of Charleston. Board your carriage in our stable using an easy loading ramp. Carriages also available for weddings and large groups. Family-owned since 1983. Reserve online. No Booking Fees!
peninsula_grill
This AAA Four-Diamond restaurant located in the very heart of historic Charleston has been recognized by Food & Wine, The New York Times, Southern Living, Travel + Leisure, Wine Spectator, and others for serving the finest and freshest ingredients sourced locally and globally.
gray_line_bus_tour_of_charleston_
Gray Line of Charleston is the oldest and largest bus touring company in the city with more than 50 years experience offering guided tours. Join us for a complete and comprehensive overview of more than 300 years of historic Charleston by one of our licensed guides. Be sure to check out our Fort Sumter combo tour offer and save!
schooner_pride_
Sail aboard SCHOONER PRIDE, Charleston's only 3-masted tall ship. Elegantly modeled after an 18th century coastal trading schooner. Accommodates up to 49 guests and sails daily for Dolphin Sails, Sunset Sails and Special events. Available for private charters and groups!
bulldog_tours
As featured on The Travel Channel, Food Network, and in Southern Living, we offer the best history, culinary, and ghost tours in Charleston. Voted Charleston's Best Tour Companyť the last five years. Exclusive access to Charleston's Most Haunted Locations.
39_rue_de_jean
French style cafe and bar offering the best in Brasserie cuisine. Enjoy indoor/outdoor patio seating, cocktails and a well-rounded wine list. Sunday Brunch from 10am, lunch daily from 11:30am, dinner service beginning at 5:30pm. Late night menu through 1am.
corrigan_gallery_llc
Corrigan Gallery presents local, contemporary fine art with presence and a future of museum quality. Works are available for all budgets and discerning collectors. Second market Charleston Renaissance works are also handled. 27 years of experience is behind the gallery.
charleston_cooks_
Charleston Cooks! is a bustling kitchen retail shop where you'll find the artistry, equipment and gadgets that help you make culinary magic happen, with a teaching kitchen featuring enjoy-it-now, fun-filled cooking classes led by our talented instructors.
king_charles_inn
Located in the heart of downtown Charleston, the King Charles Inn offers ideal accommodations for those seeking the best Charleston has to offer. The property boasts complimentary parking, outdoor pool, nightly welcome reception and BREW Pub & Café – the hotel’s new dining option for breakfast and evening libations.
french_quarter_art_gallery_association
Over 25 Galleries within walking distance in the French Quarter of downtown Charleston (see website for map). French Quarter Art Walks are the First Friday of March, May, October and December from 5 to 8pm.
the_spectator_hotel
The Spectator Hotel, a 41-room boutique hotel reflects the opulence of the 1920’s. Butler service, on-site lounge and gourmet breakfast delivered to your room promises to fulfill our guests every wish. Steps from Historic Charleston City Market. Opening spring 2015.
a_w_shuck_s_seafood_restaurant_oyster_bar
Charleston’s original raw bar and restaurant right on historic Market Street. New menu inspired by classic Charleston tradition that includes stuffed shrimp, she-crab soup, and seafood casserole that’s a legend among locals! Extensive selection of craft beers from our bar.
charleston_ghost_graveyard_walking_tour
This is the only tour that can take you into Charleston’s oldest graveyard at night! View Charleston’s famous tombstones and explore the streets and alleyways of our haunted Historic District while listening to stories of ghosts, haunted houses, and superstitions.
french_quarter_art_gallery_association
Over 25 Galleries within walking distance in the French Quarter of downtown Charleston (see website for map). French Quarter Art Walks are the First Friday of March, May, October and December from 5 to 8pm.
king_charles_inn
Located in the heart of downtown Charleston, the King Charles Inn offers ideal accommodations for those seeking the best Charleston has to offer. The property boasts complimentary parking, outdoor pool, nightly welcome reception and BREW Pub & Café – the hotel’s new dining option for breakfast and evening libations.
francis_marion_hotel_
Historic Charleston's landmark hotel centrally located on King Street across from Marion Square. Completely restored and elegantly appointed marble lobby, crown moldings and intricate wrought iron. 235 guest rooms and suites offer spectacular views of Charleston's harbor. National Register of Historic Places.
fleet_landing_restaurant_bar
Fleet Landing - Historic downtown's Best Waterfront Dining on the Charleston Harbor features Chef Drew Hedlund's classic and contemporary Southern fare. Enjoy sustainable seafood and waterfront views from the wrap-around deck and maritime chic dining room. Reservations recommended.
michael_s_on_the_alley
Offering steaks, fresh seafood, prime rib, tableside salad preparations, and enticing desserts. We specialize in serving the highest quality cuts from Meats by Linz, featuring USDA Prime, Angus and Choice steaks wet-aged or dry-aged to your specifications. Our flavor means business, whether from land or sea we provide an authentic, classic dining experience.
french_quarter_art_gallery_association
Over 25 Galleries within walking distance in the French Quarter of downtown Charleston (see website for map). French Quarter Art Walks are the First Friday of March, May, October and December from 5 to 8pm.
spiritline_harbor_tour_
Explore Charleston Harbor aboard a Spiritline Cruise. Charleston’s unique history unfolds from the perspective of its Harbor on this nonstop cruise. Features historic forts, palatial homes, and port activities. Departs Patriots Point Mt. Pleasant and the dock next to the Aquarium.
culinary_tours_of_charleston
Join us as we walk, talk and taste our way through Charleston! Daily tasting tours introduce guests to Lowcountry cuisine at many great seafood finds. Go behind the scenes and visit with chefs, bakers, culinary experts and specialty shops.
slightly_north_of_broad_
Slightly North of Broad, an eclectic Lowcountry bistro that brings together local ingredients and thoughtful, expert presentation with a contagious energy. The dining room, an extension of the kitchen, where culinary skill, considered wine program and warm service meld together.
courtyard_charleston_waterfront
From the water's edge, relax in the contemporary elegance that is the Courtyard Charleston Waterfront. Immerse yourself in brilliant sunsets from our Regatta Terrace. Complimentary parking and wireless internet. Shuttle to Historic District (fee). Hot breakfast buffet served daily.
hank_s_seafood_restaurant
Named Best Seafood Restaurant for 13 consecutive years by readers of the Charleston City Paper, locals love to eat at Hank’s Seafood. Chef Frank McMahon serves classic brasserie-style seafood with Lowcountry influences seven nights a week.
charleston_marriott
Experience every luxurious detail of the Charleston Marriott in downtown Charleston overlooking the Ashley River. Savor spectacular meals at Saffire or enjoy a cocktail and a Lowcountry sunset at Aqua Terrace. Complimentary parking; shuttles to Historic District; Marriott Rewards Program.
husk_restaurant
Husk is a celebration of the South, using only ingredients sourced from Southern farmers and purveyors. Adjacent to the restaurant space holds the bar at Husk, where a progressive wine list, Southern beers, and handcrafted cocktails are also available.
dunes_properties_the_real_estate_studio
Dunes Properties is a boutique real estate, vacation rental and property management company serving the Charleston area since 1989 with offices in Downtown Charleston, Folly Beach, Isle of Palms and at Bohicket Marina. Nobody knows the Charleston Coast better®
french_quarter_inn_
Charleston’s most awarded luxury inn sits within one of the city’s oldest districts and is anchored by a Four-Diamond award winning restaurant. The welcoming lobby opens to a secluded terrace; exceptional service and amenities including champagne upon arrival, afternoon reception, evening nightcap and artisan continental breakfast.
market_pavilion_hotel
Historic City Market’s premier luxury boutique hotel. It’s Grill 225 is hailed among America’s top steakhouses. Leading Hotels of the World. Conde Nast Gold List. Voted the #1 boutique hotel in North America by Travel and Leisure.
charleston_crab_house_rooftop_dining
Serving Fresh Lowcountry seafood everyday! Indoor/patio seating and banquet rooms are available. Visit James Island for waterfront dining or Market Street for rooftop dining. Reservations recommended.
halls_chophouse
Halls Chophouse is a family owned restaurant valuing hospitality and a dining experience that guests revere. Dinner is served seven nights a week and a fabulous Gospel Brunch is offered on Sundays, all with live music. Halls Chophouse…bringing Southern hospitality to the American Steakhouse.
the_mills_house_wyndham_grand_hotel
Originally opened in 1853 and completely restored in 2008, the Mills House combines the charm of the 19th century Charleston with contemporary luxury to provide the quintessential Charleston experience. Step through our landmark arches and experience the legend. The Mills House Hotel.
hampden_clothing
Recognized by Vogue and Marie Claire magazines as one of the top boutiques in the country, this King Street destination stocks over 50 of the world's best designers including Rag & Bone, Alexander Wang, MSGM, & 3.1 Phillip Lim and features their entire selection online at www.hampdenclothing.com.
pavilion_bar
Atop the Market Pavilion Hotel is the swanky Pavilion Bar, Charleston’s alfresco rooftop hot spot, offering panoramic city & harbor views, cool cocktails & savory cuisine. Enjoy lobster thermador pizza & duck confit nachos. All day to late evening dining. Smart casual dress.
charleston_strolls_
Featured in Southern Living, New York Times, and AAA, this two-hour tour is the best overview of Charleston’s rich history, antebellum homes, architecture, gardens, and culture. Reservations Recommended. Departs from the Mills House Hotel at 10 am & 2 pm.
andrew_pinckney_inn
Adjacent to the City Market, this circa 1840 boutique inn is within walking distance to world-renowned restaurants, shops and historic sites. The three story atrium, rooftop terrace, valet parking and afternoon refreshments add to the allure of the inn.
belmond_charleston_place_
Historic Charleston's premier hotel just minutes from famous homes, museums and churches. World-class luxurious accommodations including a full-service European Spa, The Club private concierge level, rooftop pool, award-winning dining and an exclusive collection of boutiques in the heart of downtown.
the_restoration_on_king
Positioned on the corner of King and Wentworth, this meticulously restored boutique hotel offers 16 “condo” style suites with exposed brick walls and original hardwood flooring. Guest Suites range from 800 – 1600 sq. ft and include full kitchens. Exemplary service and upscale amenities are the trademark and the rooftop terrace is one of the best in Charleston.
charleston_grill_
The acclaimed Forbes Four Star Charleston Grill features a unique blend of Southern, French and Contemporary cuisines while live jazz creates an elegant, yet relaxed ambiance. From the impeccable service to the nearly 1,300-label wine list, Charleston Grill is a favorite among locals.
brasserie_gigi_
A casual, lively atmosphere that serves lunch and dinner daily as well as weekend brunch, Brasserie Gigi is adjacent to the acclaimed Planters Inn on North Market Street. This is the second restaurant opened by award-wining Chef Frank McMahon (also of Hank’s Seafood).
charleston_promenades
Martine P. Dulles, a Licensed Charleston Guide, and former NYC Metropolitan Museum docent, gives tours of historic Charleston, house museums and plantations in English or French. All tours are customized to your special interests! Winner of 2014 Trip Advisor Certificate of Excellence.
spiritline_charters_
Spiritline Cruises owns and operates the largest charter fleet in South Carolina. Private parties, dinners, and receptions for groups of 20 to more than 400 on SpiritLine's yachts, Spirit of Carolina, Spirit of Charleston, Spirit of the Lowcountry and General Beauregard.
virginia_s_on_king
This sophisticated Southern dining spot blends the comforts of a traditional Southern kitchen with familiar regional dishes prepared with the utmost care for quality and flavor. The menu incorporates local fresh ingredients and old family recipes to bring you Southern cooking, Lowcountry style.
the_victor_social_club_
A Grand Charleston Club Reorganized - again. Victor Social Club was a gentlemen-only meeting place for all sorts back in the day. Today, we pay homage to the legend, serving classic cocktails, ice cold beers and an extensive wine list. Like most club life established in the eighteenth-century, Victor Social Club is based strongly on Charleston foundations of leisure and community.
fort_sumter_boat_tours_
Stops at Fort Sumter National Monument, where the Civil War began. Cruise to the island fort via ferry boat ride while you enjoy breathtaking views of historic downtown Charleston and her Harbor. Tours depart from the Visitor Education Facility at Liberty Square downtown and from Patriots Point in Mt. Pleasant.
elliott_house_inn
This meticulously restored architectural treasure sits among the prominent homes of Historic Charleston and is within walking distance to the City Market, galleries, and exquisite cuisine. Individually styled guestrooms open to a delightful courtyard. Amenities include daily continental breakfast, wine & cheese reception and complimentary bicycle rentals.
the_vendue
A charming boutique hotel located in the heart of Charleston's French Quarter, and is housed in a collection of warehouse buildings dating back to 1780. Centrally located and only steps away from many of the city’s renowned galleries, restaurants and attractions.
elliott_house_inn
This meticulously restored architectural treasure sits among the prominent homes of Historic Charleston and is within walking distance to the City Market, galleries, and exquisite cuisine. Individually styled guestrooms open to a delightful courtyard. Amenities include daily continental breakfast, wine & cheese reception and complimentary bicycle rentals.
planters_inn
Named #1 Best U.S. Hotel by Travel + Leisure, which says “Staying at the Planters Inn is akin to an overnight with well-to-do friends in their old Charleston mansion.” Elegant guest rooms located in the heart of the Historic District. Cuisine by acclaimed Peninsula Grill.
the_spa_at_belmond_charleston_place
The Spa at Belmond Charleston Place is a full-service European spa featuring an extensive offerings including skin care, body treatments, massage therapy and much more. Renew your spirit and rejuvenate your body with our range of indulgent treatments.
grill_225
This fine dining establishment stockpiles accolades, like Fodor’s Choice. A member of “Great Steakhouses of North America,” seafood and live lobsters flown in daily. Start with a smokin’ Nitrotini cocktail and segue to a 100% USDA Prime filet.
corrigan_gallery_llc
Corrigan Gallery presents local, contemporary fine art with presence and a future of museum quality. Works are available for all budgets and discerning collectors. Second market Charleston Renaissance works are also handled. 27 years of experience is behind the gallery.
charleston_harbor_tours_private_events
The perfect venue for your next special event. Whether it's sailing on a tall ship, a private dinner cruise on charter yacht or a social event, We have the perfect vessel to meet your needs and exceed your expectations!
carolina_queen_riverboat_special_events
The Carolina Queen is Charleston's only paddle-wheel riverboat. We offer great special events including: Our Signature Blues & BBQ Cruises, Jazz Brunch Cruises, Murder Mystery, Craft Beer Cruises, and seasonal special events. See our website for a full schedule.
39_rue_de_jean
French style cafe and bar offering the best in Brasserie cuisine. Enjoy indoor/outdoor patio seating, cocktails and a well-rounded wine list. Sunday Brunch from 10am, lunch daily from 11:30am, dinner service beginning at 5:30pm. Late night menu through 1am.
charleston_cooks_
A bustling kitchen retail shop where you’ll find the artistry, equipment and gadgets that help you make culinary magic happen, with a teaching kitchen featuring enjoy-it-now, fun-filled cooking classes led by our talented instructors. Open seven days a week. Now you’re cookin’.
fort_sumter_tours_
Stops at Fort Sumter National Monument, where the Civil War began. Cruise to the island fort via ferry boat ride while you enjoy breathtaking views of historic downtown Charleston and her Harbor. Tours depart from the Visitor Education Facility at Liberty Square downtown and from Patriots Point in Mt. Pleasant.
south_carolina_aquarium_
With more to explore every day, share in the wonders of South Carolina’s backyard. Marvel at turtles, stingrays, sharks, otters, jellyfish, alligators and more. Daily dive shows and interactive programs. Travel through the new Madagascar Journey exhibit featuring ring-tailed lemurs.
andrew_pinckney_inn
Adjacent to the City Market, this circa 1840 boutique inn is within walking distance to world-renowned restaurants, shops and historic sites. The three story atrium, rooftop terrace, valet parking and afternoon refreshments add to the allure of the inn.
adventure_sightseeing_tours_
"See it All" with Adventure Sightseeing. With over 30 years of experience in city and plantation tours, let our experience and knowledge work for you! Sit back in delight as our licensed guides entertain you! Hotel pick up available.
charleston_heritage_passport_
Discover Charleston’s “must see” historic and cultural sites while saving nearly 40% off regular admission – with the Heritage Passport! Passports are available ONLY at the Charleston Visitor Center, 375 Meeting St., and are not valid for group admission. Visit our website for complete details.
m_dumas_sons
Since 1918, three generations of this family-owned retailer have outfitted the best-dressed Southern gentleman. Located in downtown Charleston SC, find classic and unexpected selections from sportswear to fine clothing for men & women from the best names in the industry.
french_quarter_inn
Charleston’s most awarded luxury inn sits within one of the city’s oldest districts and is anchored by a Four-Diamond award winning restaurant. The welcoming lobby opens to a secluded terrace; exceptional service and amenities including champagne upon arrival, afternoon reception, evening nightcap and artisan continental breakfast.
coast_bar_grill
Charleston’s freshest seafood, with laidback Lowcountry style. Coast’s chefs meet daily with local farmers and fishermen to procure the freshest seafood and produce available. Featuring wood-grilled fish, a full raw bar, and a refreshing drink list. Open nightly from 5:30. Outdoor seating available.
bulldog_tours
As featured on The Travel Channel, Food Network, and in Southern Living, we offer the best history, culinary, and ghost tours in Charleston. Voted Charleston's Best Tour Company the last five years. Exclusive access to Charleston's Most Haunted Locations.
doubletree_by_hilton_hotel_suites_charleston_historic_district
The perfect combination of incredible location, guest room size, Southern hospitality, and amenities make DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel & Suites Charleston a favorite hotel of repeat visitors. This hotel overlooks the historic City Market as well as the famous Hank’s Seafood Restaurant.
mccrady_s
McCrady’s has been a downtown destination for generations. The elegant setting showcases Chef Sean Brock’s pursuit of the finest products available, many of which come from the Lowcountry. McCrady’s offers Modern American cuisine, an award-winning wine cellar and impeccable Four-Diamond service.
adventure_sightseeing_plantation_tours_
Adventure Sightseeing has been offering the best motorized tours of Charleston for over 30 years. Enjoy transportation to Charleston's Best Plantations with a licensed guide. Sit back and relax and let us do the driving and entertain you along the way. See our website for a full schedule of tours and to get tickets. Hotel pick up available.
vincent_chicco_s
Good old-fashioned Italian American fare, celebrating domestic ingredients, handmade pastas, rich homemade sauces and a full-service bar. Vincent Chicco’s boasts sophisticated comfortable surroundings offering dinner nightly with a private banquet room to host up to 100 guests. Step back in time and enjoy classic flavors that were founded in our country.
high_cotton
High Cotton Charleston is high steppin' Lowcountry living. It's a feeling of warmth and celebration that begins the moment you step inside. You'll find it in our gracious, knowledgeable servers, expertly prepared dishes and a remarkable wine and cocktail program. Now offering Saturday and Sunday Brunch.
planters_inn
Named #1 Best U.S. Hotel by Travel + Leisure, which says “Staying at the Planters Inn is akin to an overnight with well-to-do friends in their old Charleston mansion.” Elegant guest rooms located in the heart of the Historic District. Cuisine by acclaimed Peninsula Grill.
harbourview_inn
With stunning views of Charleston’s harbor and steps away from Waterfront Park, this sophisticated AAA 4 Diamond inn features unparalleled service and upscale amenities. Unwind on the private rooftop terrace or explore Charleston’s award winning restaurants, shops and galleries in short walking distance.
spiritline_dinner_cruise_
The SpiritLine Dinner Cruise aboard the Spirit of Carolina features fine dining prepared to order onboard, entertainment, dancing, fully stocked bar, and a magnificent cruise on Charleston Harbor with views of downtown. Departs Patriots Point Naval and Maritime Museum in Mt. Pleasant. Skip the traditional restaurant one night and join us aboard one of Charleston's finest places to eat. Call for information, package deals, and reservations.
the_victor_social_club_
A Grand Charleston Club Reorganized - again. Victor Social Club was a gentlemen-only meeting place for all sorts back in the day. Today, we pay homage to the legend, serving classic cocktails, ice cold beers and an extensive wine list. Like most club life established in the eighteenth-century, Victor Social Club is based strongly on Charleston foundations of leisure and community.
harbourview_inn
With stunning views of Charleston’s harbor and steps away from Waterfront Park, this sophisticated AAA 4 Diamond inn features unparalleled service and upscale amenities. Unwind on the private rooftop terrace or explore Charleston’s award winning restaurants, shops and galleries in short walking distance.
fulton_lane_inn_
Totally non-smoking inn. Nestled among the city's finest antique shops and restaurants. One of Charleston's best-kept secrets. We offer luxurious rooms some with whirlpools and fireplaces. Breakfast delivered to your room, complimentary Internet and afternoon wine & cheese reception.
hyatt_place_charleston_historic_district
Opening Spring 2015, this new 191-room hotel is located in the heart of Charleston's Historic District and features over 9,000 square feet of event space. Guests will enjoy spacious rooms, free hot breakfast, and free Wi-Fi.
wentworth_mansion_
World class accommodations located in the heart of the Historic District. Rooms have king beds, whirlpools and fireplaces. Breakfast, afternoon reception, wireless Internet and parking included. 21 rooms of unparalleled beauty, accompanied by personalized service. Spa and restaurant on site.
the_charleston_museum_
America's First Museum showcases an outstanding collection that tells the story of Charleston and the Lowcountry. Whether you have an interest in early southern culture, decorative arts, historic weaponry or military history, The Charleston Museum has something for everyone in your family. See website or call for hours and pricing.
hyatt_house_charleston_historic_house
Opening Spring 2015, this new 113-room hotel is located in the heart of Charleston's Historic District and features a large event space and the stylish H BAR. Guests will enjoy apartment-style suites, free hot breakfast, and free Wi-Fi.
sandlapper_water_tours
Tu-Su. Mar.-Oct.: History Tours, Nature Tours, Sunset Cruises, Haunted Harbor Ghost Tours – times vary. Interpretive history and nature tours with local historian and naturalist. Learn while exploring Charleston Harbor. Frequent Dolphin Sightings. Corporate/private charters available. 45 ft. Catamaran, USCG-certified for 49 people. $16-30.
zero_george
Zero George is Charleston's premiere boutique hotel, a collection of five restored historic residential buildings set in a private landscaped courtyard enclave. The accommodations feature contemporary design and furnishings while specializing in personalized concierge services, Zero Café + Bar, and private cooking classes.
_the_haunted_pub_crawl
Learn about Charleston’s ghostly past as you enjoy libations at some of the city’s finest taverns and pubs. Sip on a martini, guzzle a beer and toast your cocktails to the Bulldog Tours Haunted Pub Crawl! Reservations are required.
circa_1886_
Circa 1886 is home to some of Charleston's finest fare. With a wine list that boasts close to 280 bottles, and contemporary cuisine influenced by Charleston's rich history, diners experience an intimate evening that won't soon be forgotten. Complimentary parking and patio dining.
kaminsky_s_baking_company
A cozy atmosphere with a rotating selection of delectable desserts made in house daily, heaping milkshakes, specialty coffees and cold beverage creations. A full beer, wine and liquor selection is also available featuring signature hot spirited specialties & dessert martinis.
charleston_riverdogs_baseball
The RiverDogs are a Class-A Affiliate of the NY Yankees in the South Atlantic League. Known for affordable family fun and the food offerings that have been featured in Esquire, Man v. Food, Rachel Ray and more.
courtyard_by_marriott_charleston_historic_district
Savvy Business Travel or Sophisticated Soirees... look no further than the brand new Courtyard by Marriott Charleston Historic District. Free WiFi , Starbucks Bistro, Fitness Center, Pool , 176 new guestrooms & large flexible meeting space in the city epicenter.
blossom
Blossom, located on historic East Bay Street, serves American cuisine highlighting the Lowcountry’s best seafood. Executive chef Adam Close offers simple, clean preparations, which feature ingredients sourced from area fishermen and local farmers. Private dining available for parties of 12-20.
sandlapper_water_tours
Tu. -Su. Mar.-Oct. Come and explore Morris Island and go shelling with our naturalist. Learn while exploring Charleston’s Harbor Marine life. Frequent Dolphin Sightings. Corporate & Private charters available. 45 ft. Catamaran, USCG-certified for 49 people. $16-30.
the_society_house
Nestled in the center of historic Charleston’s shopping district on the corner of King and Society Streets, this tastefully appointed inn boasts spacious luxury suites with full kitchens, living room and unparalleled convenience to many of the city’s attractions.
pearlz_oyster_bar
Fun, eclectic & serving the very best in fresh seafood, including an assorted mix of raw shellfish, local seafood, Lowcountry and regional favorites. A full-service bar providing cold beers and refreshing cocktails is the epicenter of the restaurant's lively environment.
the_society_house
Nestled in the center of historic Charleston’s shopping district on the corner of King and Society Streets, this tastefully appointed inn boasts spacious luxury suites with full kitchens, living room and unparalleled convenience to many of the city’s attractions.
tbonz_gill_grill
Tbonz Gill and Grill is perfect for lunch, dinner, or in-between. Proudly serving Certified Angus Beef steaks and burgers, Homegrown Ales, comfort foods and seafood. We continue to set the standard for serving fresh, quality fare that leaves customers fulfilled.
charleston_stage_company
Charleston Stage, founded by playwright Julian Wiles in 1978, is South Carolina's largest professional theatre company in residence at the Historic Dock Street Theatre. Charleston Stage provides a full season of plays, musicals and theatre-for-youth productions.
zero_george
Zero George is Charleston's premiere boutique hotel, a collection of five restored historic residential buildings set in a private landscaped courtyard enclave. The accommodations feature contemporary design and furnishings while specializing in personalized concierge services, Zero Café + Bar, and private cooking classes.
ansonborough_inn
This delightful AAA 4 Diamond Boutique Inn is located near City Market and Aquarium Wharf. Originally a stationer's warehouse, the hotel features exposed brick walls, heart pine beams and a soaring three story-atrium. Continental breakfast and wine & cheese included.
magnolias
Magnolias ignited a culinary renaissance when it opened in 1990. Led by executive chef Donald Drake, Magnolias remains a forerunner in upscale Southern cuisine, blending traditional ingredients and cooking techniques with a modern flair. Private dining available for parties of 30-130.
fulton_lane_inn_
Totally non-smoking inn. Nestled among the city's finest antique shops and restaurants. One of Charleston's best-kept secrets. We offer luxurious rooms some with whirlpools and fireplaces. Breakfast delivered to your room, complimentary Internet and afternoon wine & cheese reception.
cypress
James Beard nominee Craig Deihl uses Lowcountry ingredients to showcase his signature style. The menu includes Crisp Wasabi Tuna and Certified Angus Beef Filet of Beef, and selections from Deihl's award winning charcuterie program. Private dining available for groups up to 70 people.
caviar_bananas_gourmet_market_cafe
Caviar & Bananas gourmet market & cafe offers an epicurean experience to excite the senses. This upscale specialty food destination features breakfast, lunch, dinner, and weekend brunch. Gourmet prepared foods, sandwiches, salads, sushi, cheese and charcuterie, espresso/ tea bar, fresh baked pastries, artisanal specialty goods, and much more.
wentworth_mansion
World class accommodations located in the heart of the Historic District. Rooms have king beds, whirlpools and fireplaces. Breakfast, afternoon reception, wireless Internet and parking included. 21 rooms of unparalleled beauty, accompanied by personalized service. Spa and restaurant on site.
34_west_theater_company
Original, live theater in the heart of Charleston! Whether it's our award-winning comedies and musicals or cheerful Christmas show, we invite you to relax, unwind and laugh with friends. Fun drinks and savory bites are standing by.
charleston_pirate_tours
Charleston’s most photographed guides lead you on a walk through Charleston’s Golden Age of Piracy – stories about Blackbeard, Ann Bonny, Stede Bonnet, and more. Children’s Tours & Ghost Tours also offered. Appearances on Travel Channel, Lifetime, A&E, Syfy, ETV.
charleston_s_finest_historic_tours
Charleston's Finest offers daily tours to Magnolia Plantation and Gardens. Tour includes the nature tram ride through Audubon Swamp where you see birds and alligators in the wild, gardens, slave cabin and a guided tour of the mansion. A "must see" on your visit!
charleston_s_finest_historic_tours
We provide experienced, licensed guides with our transportation or yours. We design tours just for you: private, group, walking, step-on guides, family or military reunions and corporate groups. For that special tour, call Charleston's Finest!
adventure_harbor_tours
Let the adventure begin! Morris Island barrier island ecology expeditions while hunting shell and sharks teeth, daily Eco/Science trips, pirate and history tours and nightly BYOB sunset cruises too.Private charters and parties available for up to 80 people. Come see us!
bay_street_biergarten
Bay Street provides the atmosphere of a traditional Biergarten, combined with the newest experience in beer. Enjoy Bavarian inspired, Southern made cuisine, alongside beers from around the world on tap behind the bar and directly at your table.
the_charleston_angler
The Charleston Angler is the premier fishing and fly tackle shop in Charleston. Our local "Redfish" brand stickers, t-shirts, and hats are available in all 5 locations. We don't just sell fishing, we eat, sleep, and breathe it!
charleston_water_taxi
Linking Downtown Charleston, Aquarium Wharf and Patriots Point (USS Yorktown). Hourly departures: Charleston Harbor Resort and Marina (:00), Waterfront Park/Historic Market Street (:15), Aquarium Wharf/Maritime Center (:30), Patriots Point/USS Yorktown (:45). $10 hop on/hop off pass. Kids 3 and under free.
charleston_promenades
Martine P. Dulles, a Licensed Charleston Guide, and former NYC Metropolitan Museum docent, gives tours of historic Charleston, house museums and plantations in English or French. All tours are customized to your special interests! Winner of 2014 Trip Advisor Certificate of Excellence.
kings_courtyard_inn_
The inn offers 41 rooms that surround two inner courtyards and within walking distance of Charleston's historic homes, gardens and churches. A block away from the City Market area. Continental breakfast, afternoon wine and cheese reception and wireless Internet access included with rooms.
bubba_gump_shrimp_co_restaurant_market_
At Bubba Gump Shrimp Co., we serve shrimp specialties, chicken, pasta and other Lowcountry favorites. Our exciting atmosphere and inviting patio are located in the Historic Market District in a refurbished ice house c. 1880.
the_sound_of_charleston
Experience the sounds that define Charleston's unique southern charm - gospel, Gershwin, jazz, Civil War camp songs and light classics - coming to life in historic Circular Congregational Church during live, weekly 75-minute concerts. Call or check website for concert schedule. 800.838.3006 (tickets) 843.270.4903 (groups & info)
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Kitchen 208 offers a fast casual Southern breakfast, lunch, and Sunday Brunch. A whimsical menu with pastries, sandwiches, salads, coffee, wine and local beer. Relax inside our beautifully renovated 100-year-old cafe or on our shaded street side patio. Great fare, fresh air: served daily.
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From walking tours to all-day chartered excursions, we customize the tour that covers your interests. Private, group, step-on, reunions, corporate events, costume tours, speaking engagements available. Appearances on Travel Channel, Lifetime, A&E, Syfy, and ETV! TripAdvisor Award of Excellence Winner!
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Pubs, pirates, patriots, police, priests, prostitutes... Charleston's history through the bottom of a glass! Stroll with our pirates & colonial rogues to some of Charleston's favorite taverns and hear unusual, but true, stories you won’t hear on other tours.
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Barksdale House Inn offers 14 uniquely decorated rooms which may include fireplaces and whirlpool baths. We serve a complimentary breakfast. Rates include parking for 1 car per room. Afternoon sherry, iced tea and a delicate bite are served daily.
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Bay Street provides the atmosphere of a traditional Biergarten, combined with the newest experience in beer. Enjoy Bavarian inspired, Southern made cuisine, alongside beers from around the world on tap behind the bar and directly at your table.
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Our family has been living SC history since 1690 and we’d like to share it with you! Combine our historic city tour, 10:30am, with the Magnolia Plantation and Gardens, 12:30, for the #1 tour value in Charleston. Free downtown pick up at the Charleston Visitors Center (375 Meeting St.)
candlefish
Masters of our craft, we aim to share our illuminating experiences of candle-making through scent, touch, and sight. Home to more than 30 brands of unique candles and thoughtful gifts, Candlefish is an inspiration destination.
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Built in 1763 by John Rutledge, signer of the US Constitution, this historic inn offers guests elegant rooms in the original grand residence or charming rooms in the Inn's carriage houses. Breakfast, afternoon tea and wireless Internet access all included. AAA Four Diamond.
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One block from the historic Market area, Tommy Condon’s is a longtime Charleston tradition. Find an experience crafted after a true Irish pub, offering an atmosphere appropriate for families, couples and folks just looking to hoist a pint! Live Irish music Wednesday–Sunday nights.
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Coming to Charleston? Charleston Promenades will help you with your visit (hotel arrangements, restaurant, cultural event, house museums, etc.) Contact Martine P. Dullas, a licensed tour guide and former docent at the NYC Metropolitan Museum. Winner of 2014 Trip Advisor Certificate of Excellence.
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The acclaimed Forbes Four Star Charleston Grill features a unique blend of Southern, French and Contemporary cuisines while live jazz creates an elegant, yet relaxed ambiance. From the impeccable service to the nearly 1,300-label wine list, Charleston Grill is a favorite among locals.
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Discover the perfect setting for your next visit. Situated in the city's oldest quarter and nestled between King and Meetings streets Renaissance Charleston Historic District Hotel boasts boutique accommodations and modern day amenities. Keeping with the decor of the region, you'll find a memorable atmosphere complimented with modern luxuries.
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The city’s most intact antebellum urban complex (c. 1820). Historic interiors, surviving virtually unaltered since 1858, have been conserved and stabilized. Many family objects are still found in the rooms for which they were purchased. $12. M-Sa 10am– 5pm, Su 2pm–5pm. Last tour beings at 4:15 p.m.
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Built in 1803, the Joseph Manigault House is an exceptional example of Federal period architecture. This National Historic Landmark displays a remarkable collection of period English and French furnishings dating to the early 19th century. See website or call for hours and pricing.
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Charleston’s most photographed guides lead you on a walk through Charleston’s Golden Age of Piracy – stories about Blackbeard, Ann Bonny, Stede Bonnet, and more. Children’s Tours & Ghost Tours also offered. Appearances on Travel Channel, Lifetime, A&E, Syfy, ETV.
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Built in 1763 by John Rutledge, signer of the US Constitution, this historic inn offers guests elegant rooms in the original grand residence or charming rooms in the Inn's carriage houses. Breakfast, afternoon tea and wireless Internet access all included. AAA Four Diamond.
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Call for schedule. Experience the real charm and grace of Charleston with Charleston's Finest. See the historic city like you have never seen it before. Our family has been living South Carolina history since 1690 and we'd like to share it with you!
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Located three miles from the Historic District, this hotel is easily accessible to Interstate 26 and 526 and offers a host of amenities including complimentary continental breakfast and high speed wireless internet and Charleston’s largest outdoor pool.
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Tucked away on charming Queen Street, Poogan’s Porch is Charleston’s oldest independent culinary establishment, with a fresh approach to Lowcountry cuisine. This beautifully restored Victorian house is the perfect place for brunch, lunch, dinner and southern hospitality.
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Sail historic Charleston Harbor aboard SCHOONER PRIDE, an 84' three-masted tall-ship. Elegantly modeled after an 18th century coastal trading schooner. Up to 49 guests. Perfect for intimate weddings, receptions, private events, corporate retreats and team building. Catering available aboard.
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Cru Café, is Charleston’s hidden gem receiving accolades and write-ups yearly thanks to John Zucker’s ambition to offer a delicious gourmet twist to comfort food. Cru Café opened in 2002 and is ranked as one of Charleston’s top eateries.
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Save money and enjoy a unique experience combining two of Charleston's most respected and reliable tour attractions. Save when buying both tickets combined vs. individual admissions. Transportation to either location not included. Buy tickets online or call 888-224-5037.
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Situated only moments to the historic district of Charleston, the beautiful and unique "round" Holiday Inn Charleston Riverview, captures the spirit of Charleston and invites you to enjoy the spectacular panoramic views of the Charleston Cityscape and Ashley River.
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Charleston's most inclusive combination tour! Save time and $ when booking the tri combo tour. Includes 90 minute harbor history tour, one hour carriage tour, and admission to Boone Hall Plantation. Tours may be taken on different days. Must purchase tickets at Charleston Harbor Tours ticket office, online or call 888-224-5037
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We provide experienced, licensed guides with our transportation or yours. We design tours just for you: private, group, walking, step-on guides, family or military reunions and corporate groups. For that special tour, call Charleston's Finest!
beads_on_cannon
Two fabulous floors of beads await you! You'll find over 25,000 strands of gemstones, 4,000 strands of fresh-water pearls, approximately 16,000 strands of glass, and anything else to make stunning jewelry. If you love making jewelry, you'll love this terrific store!
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Kudu Coffee & Craft Beer serves freshly roasted coffee prepared by skilled baristas and has over 20 rotating taps, which can be enjoyed in their spacious courtyard with a sandwich, pastry or slice of quiche prepared daily by local bakeries.
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The Holiday Inn Charleston Historic Downtown, situated on the corner of Meeting and Woolfe Street blends contemporary luxury with traditional southern hospitality offering an inviting and open atmosphere where guests can relax, conduct business or simply gather with family and friends.
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Martine P. Dulles, a Licensed Charleston Guide, and former NYC Metropolitan Museum docent, gives tours of historic Charleston, house museums and plantations in English or French. All tours are customized to your special interests! Winner of 2014 Trip Advisor Certificate of Excellence.
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The inn offers 41 rooms that surround two inner courtyards and within walking distance of Charleston's historic homes, gardens and churches. A block away from the City Market area. Continental breakfast, afternoon wine and cheese reception and wireless Internet access included with rooms.
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The Charleston Angler provides the service of arranging inshore, fly and near shore fishing charters with the best most experienced guides in the Lowcountry by calling or emailing contact@thecharlestonangler.com.
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Perfectly located adjacent to the Medical University of South Carolina and in close proximity to Charleston's Historic District, this brand new hotel features views of the Ashley River, a beautiful outdoor pool, Express Start hot breakfast and free wireless Internet.
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Barksdale House Inn offers 14 uniquely decorated rooms which may include fireplaces and whirlpool baths. We serve a complimentary breakfast. Rates include parking for 1 car per room. Afternoon sherry, iced tea and a delicate bite are served daily.
beads_on_cannon
Two fabulous floors of beads from all over the world, carrying just everything to do with beading of all kinds. Largest & best stocked store in Southeast. 12-6 M-Th, 11-6 Fri, 11-5 Sat, 1-5 Sun. Well worth a visit.
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Home of the original 19th century Citadel, listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Within walking distance of many historic attractions including the market and the King Street boutiques and restaurants. Evening reception in our courtyard area overlooking Marion Square.
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Just off the historic Market area, a favorite among locals, Bocci’s is known for their fresh pastas, homemade sauces, veal, chicken and seafood. When combined with an excellent wine list, gourmet coffees, and desserts, Bocci’s delivers an Italian dining experience unique to downtown.
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Dating to 1825 and located on Charleston’s High Battery, guided tours invite visitors to step into a world of Antebellum elegance and style. Visitors will see furniture, silver and paintings original to the Alston family, and breathtaking views of the harbor from the second-floor piazza.
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Charleston's Finest offers daily tours to Magnolia Plantation and Gardens. Tour includes the nature tram ride through Audubon Swamp where you see birds and alligators in the wild, gardens, slave cabin and a guided tour of the mansion. A "must see" on your visit!
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Charleston’s public transportation system offers several ways to get all over Charleston. It is now free to ride DASH (Downtown Area Shuttles). These shuttles run through-out the peninsula to major shops and attractions.
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Grand Federal townhouse completed in 1808. Restored interior w/ elaborate ornamentation and a magnificent free-flying staircase. Set amid spacious gardens and furnished with period antiques, the house evokes the gracious lifestyle of the city's elite. $12. M-Sa 10am– 5pm, Su 2pm – 5pm. Last tour beings at 4:15 p.m.
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Save $ and tour Charleston by land and by sea with two of the most experienced and reputable tour companies in town. Includes 90 minute, live-narrated harbor history tour and one hour carriage tour. Tours may be taken on separate days. Tickets may be purchased at either location: Charleston Harbor Tours - 10 Wharfside St. Charleston, SC 29401 or Palmetto Carriage Works - 8 Guignard St. Charleston, SC 29401 843.723.8145
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On your way to your destination, enjoy Charleston's beautiful harbor. From dolphin sightings to a WWII Aircraft Carrier. Rides leave hourly 9am-8pm(10pm Friday and Saturday) March-November. See "Water Taxi" in guide index for more info.
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Located in an 18th Century building, this unique shop is a menagerie of designer and estate jewelry, beautiful antique silver and unusual gifts. Specializing in exquisite ideas for events. Over 100 years on King Street and is the place for locals to shop.
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Built in 1772, Charleston's Revolutionary War Houseť was the town-home of Thomas Heyward, Jr., signer of the Declaration of Independence. The home features magnificent Charleston-made furniture and a formal 18th century garden. See website or call for hours and pricing.
The Charleston Music Hall
Boasting the best acoustics in town, the Music Hall is a listening room: an intimate theatre in which the audience and the artist can interact on a more personal level. The hall hosts everything from rock shows to local jazz to ballet to theatre.
12th Annual Charleston International Antiques Show
Antiques Show, March 20 - 22. English, European & American period furnishings, fine art, architectural elements, vintage jewelry & silver, from the 17th to 20th centuries. Proceeds benefit Historic Charleston Foundation. Tickets: online or 843-722-3405.
1837 Bed & Breakfast
Built in the early 1800s, this Charleston, SC historic inn is a three-story Federal-style single house accompanied by a two-story carriage house. 1837 B&B is located in the heart of historic downtown and is within walking distance to Galleries, Restaurants and shopping.
1837 Bed & Breakfast
Built in the early 1800s, this Charleston, SC historic inn is a three-story Federal-style single house accompanied by a two-story carriage house. 1837 B&B is located in the heart of historic downtown and is within walking distance to Galleries, Restaurants and shopping.
19 Broad Street Properties
Full Apartments perfect for 1-4 couples, family gatherings, and girls groups. Experience life in the Historic District with a short stroll to everything Historic Charleston offers. Come home to Jacobson Building at 19 Broad. Location second to none! Circa 1794
21 East Battery Bed & Breakfast
This privately owned bed and breakfast is nestled within the urban compound of Charleston's historic 1825 Edmondston-Alston House. Here, in what was once the stables, carriage house and slave quarters, is a sequestered guest lodging. Newly refurbished.
2nd Annual Medal of Honor Bowl Game and Event Week
January 4 – 10, 2015. A post-season collegiate all-star game, showcasing the nation’s top NFL draft-eligible football players. Some 94 players and over 150 NFL personnel / scouts take part in an entire week of practices and host committee sponsored-events. 2nd annual event is scheduled for January 10, 2015, at 2:30pm at The Citadel’s Johnson Hagood Stadium and will be televised on NBC Sports.
2nd Sunday on King
From 1-5pm each month, King Street is closed to all vehicular traffic from Queen Street north to Calhoun, as businesses invite the public to enjoy the best shopping, dining and services the region has to offer indoors, on the sidewalks and in the street.
32 Charlotte Street Cottage
Secluded, elegantly restored and furnished kitchen house in heart of historic district. Behind gates on acre of lush gardens, 2 bedroom, 1-1/2 bath home has the feel of a European villa. Full kitchen, washer/dryer, parking, luxury linens. Walk to all. 3 night minimum.
32 Charlotte Street Cottage
Secluded, elegantly restored and furnished kitchen house in heart of historic district. Behind gates on acre of lush gardens, 2 bedroom, 1-1/2 bath home has the feel of a European villa. Full kitchen, washer/dryer, parking, luxury linens. Walk to all. 3 night minimum.
68th Annual Festival of Houses & Gardens
The Festival of Houses & Gardens, March 19 - April 19. Tours highlight American architecture & arts in approx.150 downtown Charleston’s grandest, private houses & gardens from Georgian & antebellum periods & into early 20th century. Tickets: online or 843-722-3405.
82 Queen
Nestled in Charleston's French Quarter for the past 32 years, 82 Queen is known for it's gracious hospitality and Chef Steven Lusby's seasonal menus which represent the best in fresh Southern cuisine. 11 quaint dining areas and a brick courtyard surrounding a mammoth magnolia tree.
8th Annual Gildan's Charleston Classic Basketball Tournament
November 19-22, 2015. Gildan’s Charleston Classic is a NCAA Men’s Invitational Tournament held each year at the TD Arena in historic Charleston and managed by ESPN. Includes eight teams playing 12 games during a four-day weekend. Teams for eight annual event include; Bradley, George Mason, Long Beach State, Mississippi, Oklahoma State, Seton Hall, Towson and Virginia.
A Student's Tour
Educational, fun & memorable experience designed just for your students as they explore over 300 years of history, sites and stories about US, SC, African-American, Civil/Revolutionary wars, religious, architecture, pirates, fires, earthquake, hurricanes or cemetery walk with ghostly friends & more! Reservations - 843.556.0664.
Affordabike Bicycle Shop
Most affordable bike rentals in Charleston! Free golf-cart shuttle will pick you up before and drop you off after your rental. We have cruisers, hybrids, road bikes, tandems, and options for kids. Cruisers start at $20/day. Rentals include locks, helmets, and baskets.
Affordabike Bicycle Shop
Come to Affordabike for custom-made beach cruisers, unmatched labor and rental prices, and the largest selection of bikes and accessories in town. We are known for our friendly and professional staff. Free pickup/drop off for rental bikes.
Affordabike Bicycle Shop
Most affordable bike rentals in Charleston! Free golf-cart shuttle will pick you up before and drop you off after your rental. We have cruisers, hybrids, road bikes, tandems, and options for kids. Cruisers start at $20/day. Rentals include locks, helmets, and baskets.
Alan’s Talk of the Towne
Historic City tour features the Market, Rainbow Row, the mansions South of Broad and stops at the Battery with the most experienced guide in the industry. Two-hour tours include Edmondston-Alston House. Visitor Center (375 Meeting St.) 9:15 Mon-Sat., 11:45 and 2:45 daily.
Amen Street Fish and Raw Bar
Amen Street Fish and Raw Bar, located in the heart of Charleston's Historic District, specializes in fresh, local, sustainable seafood. We have a wide variety of oysters, clams, shellfish and fish. Full service bar with extensive wine, beer, cocktail list.
Amen Street Fish and Raw Bar
Amen Street Fish & Rawbar is located in the heart of downtown Charleston. Specializing in fresh, local, sustainable seafood dishes. Amen Street offers quintessential Lowcountry cuisine. Our rawbar features the best variety of fresh shellfish and seafood in Charleston.
An Original Pub Tour of Charleston – Lesesne Tour Co.
Come explore Charleston's local beer scene and the unique history behind Lowcountry brewing. Experience historic pubs and breweries while enjoying cold beverages, delicious appetizers, and an intimate guided tour with local guides. Group rates available for all occasions! Reservations required.
Anglin Smith Fine Art
Anglin Smith Fine Art is Charleston’s gallery for contemporary realism and color. The gallery features works by Lowcountry painter Betty Anglin Smith and her triplets, painters Jennifer Smith Rogers and Shannon Smith Hughes, and photographer Tripp Smith, among other artists.
Anglin Smith Fine Art
Anglin Smith Fine Art is Charleston’s gallery for contemporary realism and color. The gallery features works by Lowcountry painter Betty Anglin Smith and her triplets, painters Jennifer Smith Rogers and Shannon Smith Hughes, and photographer Tripp Smith, among other artists.
Atrium Art Gallery
“Charleston’s Most Exciting Art Space” - Featuring Contemporary Art, Abstract, Realism, Landscape, Lowcountry Art and Black and White Photography. We are located in the French Quarter of Downtown Charleston at 61 QUEEN STREET between Church and Meeting Streets.
Atrium Art Gallery
“Charleston’s Most Exciting Art Space” - Featuring Contemporary Art, Abstract, Realism, Landscape, Lowcountry Art and Black and White Photography. We are located in the French Quarter of Downtown Charleston at 61 QUEEN STREET between Church and Meeting Streets.
Battery Carriage House Inn
Romantic and cozy historic carriage house inn on the famous Battery Park (White Point Gardens) which overlooks the harbor. Elegant Small Hotels says: “This is definitely the right spot for a gracious, relaxing, European-style getaway south of the Mason-Dixon line."
BB&T Charleston Wine + Food Festival®
March 4-8, 2015. BB&T is thrilled to offer a taste of double-digit-worthy excitement at our upcoming annual festival: Wednesday, March 4 – through Sunday, March 8.
Ben Silver
"Classic style has always been our business." Traditional clothier to gentlemen, world renowned for authentic striped and crested silk neckwear. Visit our elegant 19th century quarters - under the clock - to find the finest shirtings, tailored garments, understated accessories and fine women's apparel. M-Sa, 9am-6pm. Some Sundays 12pm-5pm.
Berlins For Women
Famous for the most fabulous special occasion frocks in the southeast. Known for interesting sportswear, and new designers. Service unparalleled since 1883 and still at the top of their game. Fourth generation Ellen Berlin continues the Family tradition with an eye for the total Customer experience. Private parking across the street.
Black Fedora Comedy Mystery Theatre and Shoppe
Live comedy theatre in a cozy setting -- clean comic whodunit shows, volunteer audience participation, a la carte appetizers, drinks, and desserts. Featuring Inspector NoClue's Murder Mystery, Sherlock Holmes & the Charleston History Mystery, Church Street Daughters Garden, Gun & Gin Club, and more!
Blue Bicycle Books
Blue Bicycle Books is Charleston's favorite locally-owned bookstore. With over 50,000 used, rare, local and new books, the store focuses on connecting writers with readers, through its writing programs and many events and book signings. Founded in 1995.
Bob Ellis
A celebrated Southern institution and, for years, a first name in Charleston shopping. Today, its reputation continues to precede itself as a full-service shoe salon selling designer labels like Jimmy Choo, Prada, Christian Louboutin, Yves St. Laurent, Manolo Blahnik and Gucci. Sizes AAAA, 3 ˝-12.
Brad and Jennifer Moranz Present
Bringing their Broadway experience to Charleston, Brad and Jennifer Moranz create spectacular musical variety shows for the whole family presented throughout the year, culminating with the Lowcountry’s longest running holiday show, “the Charleston Christmas Special” – seen by thousands each year. Group sales available!
Brooks Brothers
As America's oldest clothing retailer, Brooks Brothers is a global brand offering classically styled apparel and accessories for men, women, and boys. We invite you to visit our location at 205 King Street in downtown Charleston.
Butcher & Bee
A craft sandwich shop serving honest to goodness sandwiches made with fresh, seasonal ingredients. Open for lunch daily, dinner on Thursdays, and late night Fridays and Saturdays.
Candlelight Ghost Tours - Ghosts of the South
Join our expert guides as they take you into Charleston's Haunted History. See haunted sights that have been on the History Channel and Discovery Channel. AAA rated and highly ranked on "trip advisor". $5 off every adult. Tour with the best!
Candy Shop Vintage
One of a kind vintage and vintage inspired jewelry featuring reimagined creations by local designer Deirdre Zahl. Shop these unique pieces, along with Deirdre’s collection of Charleston Rice Beads offered in array of colors and finishes.
Candy Shop Vintage
One of a kind vintage and vintage inspired jewelry featuring reimagined creations by local designer Deirdre Zahl. Shop these unique pieces, along with Deirdre’s collection of Charleston Rice Beads offered in array of colors and finishes.
Cannon Green
Using fresh, local ingredients, Executive Chef Amalia Scatena gives a contemporary, Mediterranean twist to Lowcountry seasonal cuisine. Cannon Green features a la carte dining, an innovative cocktail and wine program, and impeccable service. Open for dinner Tuesday-Saturday and Sunday brunch.
Carolina on King
Carolina on King is your Charleston Gamecock connection! Serving as a welcome center, Carolina on King offers information on the entire University of South Carolina system, including admissions, athletics, and alumni activities, plus authentic USC merchandise, apparel and unique gifts.
Carolina on King
Carolina on King is your Charleston Gamecock connection! Serving as a welcome center, Carolina on King offers information on the entire University of South Carolina system, including admissions, athletics, and alumni activities, plus authentic USC merchandise, apparel and unique gifts.
Carolina Polo & Carriage Company
Daily 9am-5pm. Locations: inside the Doubletree Hotel (181 Church St.,) and our stables (16 Hayne St.,). Owned and operated by native Charlestonians whose families arrived here in the 1600’s.
Cathedral of St. John The Baptist
Built between 1890 and 1907, the building is constructed of Connecticut Brownstone with star shaped indentations on the surface. The land was purchased in 1820 by Bishop England who was the 1st bishop of the diocese.
Chai Y'all Tours
Tour combining Jewish Charleston from 1695 with a classical city tour, conducted by a founder of SC Jewish Historic Society and featured as Southern Living’s “Top 5 City Tours”. For 43 years a,“me-chai-yeh” 2-4 persons private car, bus step-on guide or strolls. Reservations 843.556.0664.
Charleston 101
Let a 4th-generation Charlestonian introduce you to the city! Author of six books about Charleston, Mary Coy has been featured in Fodor’s and Diversion Magazine. Uniquely personal - no more than 12 per tour. Reservations required. 10 a.m. Fri & Sat. $20
Charleston 101
Let a 4th-generation Charlestonian guide you through the city’s history, architecture and culture! Author of six books about Charleston, Mary Coy has been featured in Fodor’s and Diversion Magazine. Enjoy a personal walking, driving or plantation tour with this life-long resident.
Charleston Bicycle Tours
Come see Charleston by bicycle on roads less traveled - her plantations, islands and quaint towns. Three to six day tours, small fun groups, upscale accommodations, memorable meals, full van support; owner Alex Graham is a licensed guide.
Charleston Carriage Works
Get ready for an awesome experience - our guides will entertain and educate you. We are here to provide a perfect experience. We'll help with anything you need - weddings, groups, specialty tours and more. We'll design an event just for you.
Charleston City Marina
Located on the Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway in Downtown Charleston, the Charleston City Marina features 19,000 feet of dock space covering 40 acres of water. The marina was named 2005 National Marina of the Year by Marina Dock Age Magazine.
Charleston City Market
Open M-Su. The sprawling City Market encompasses three open air sheds and one enclosed Great Hall, which house more than 140 merchants, including 20 locally owned micro boutiques. This historic landmark is the best place to pick up a wide variety of authentic Lowcountry souvenirs.
Charleston City Market
Open M-Su. Built in 1841 to sell produce and meats, it features small shops, restaurants and flea market with everything from produce to antiques. Watch the craftsmanship and artistry as the ladies weave and sell handmade sweetgrass baskets.
Charleston City Market
Open M-Su. Built in 1841 to sell produce and meats, it features small shops, restaurants and flea market with everything from produce to antiques. Watch the craftsmanship and artistry as the ladies weave and sell handmade sweetgrass baskets.
Charleston Concert Association
The Charleston Concert Association is the Lowcountry’s oldest presenting organization. It has presented internationally acclaimed artists and ensembles in Charleston since 1936. The CCA presents the world’s foremost masters in the areas of opera, symphony, jazz, choir, ballet, and modern dance.
Charleston Convention & Group Services, Inc.
Our licensed and professional guides represent the most experienced tour professionals in the Charleston area. Call us today for step-on guide service, walking tours, educational programs or a customized package for your group. Bilingual guides available; Member NTA & MPI.
Charleston Convention & Group Services, Inc.
Unrivaled personal service, creative events and unique excursions since 1986! CCGS is here to design your group’s picture perfect Charleston experience: customized tours & excursions, dining & transportation, unique events and full-service packages for corporate, tour and convention groups. Member NTA and MPI.
Charleston Crafts Gallery
The Chaleston Crafts Cooperative is a fine craft gallery carrying only items made by South Carolina artisans, including pottery, fused glass, photography, jewelry, wood, fiber and basketry. Established in 1989, the CoOperative is owned and operated by the 30+ artist members.
Charleston Crafts Gallery
The Chaleston Crafts Cooperative is a fine craft gallery carrying only items made by South Carolina artisans, including pottery, fused glass, photography, jewelry, wood, fiber and basketry. Established in 1989, the CoOperative is owned and operated by the 30+ artist members.
Charleston Culinary Tours
Take your taste buds for a stroll. Charleston Culinary Tours combine the best of lowcountry cuisine, cocktails and history with five tours available: Historic Downtown, Upper King Street, Chef Showcase at the Farmer's Market, Chefs's Kitchen & Mixology.
Charleston Distilling Co.
A small batch distillery making handcrafted spirits for people who care about how things are made. Using local grains, we mill, distill and bottle, creating quality SC certified spirits. Located downtown on King St. Tours and tastings: Monday - Saturday, 11am to 7pm. Reservations Recommended.
Charleston Distilling Co.
A small batch distillery making handcrafted spirits for people who care about how things are made. Using local grains, we mill, distill and bottle, creating quality SC certified spirits. Located downtown on King St. Tours and tastings: Monday - Saturday, 11am to 7pm. Reservations Recommended.
Charleston Fine Art Dealers’ Association
CFADA member galleries support the future arts with two major events - Palette & Palate Stroll (July) and the Charleston Fine Art Weekend (November) raising funds for art scholarship and art supplies for the Charleston County High schools.
Charleston Fine Art Dealers’ Association
CFADA member galleries support the future arts with two major events - Palette & Palate Stroll (July) and the Charleston Fine Art Weekend (November) raising funds for art scholarship and art supplies for the Charleston County High schools.
Charleston Fine Art Dealers’ Association
CFADA member galleries support the future arts with two major events - Palette & Palate Stroll (July) and the Charleston Fine Art Weekend (November) raising funds for art scholarship and art supplies for the Charleston County High schools.
Charleston Harbor Tours / Bulldog Tours Ghost Tour Combination
Save $ and enjoy a live-narrated harbor history tour and your choice of Bulldog Tours' Ghost and Graveyard walking tour or Haunted Jail Tour. Tickets may be purchased at either location Charleston Harbor Tours, 10 Wharfside St, Charleston, SC 29401 www.charlestonharbortours.com or Bulldog Tours, 18 Anson Street, www.bulldogtours.com
Charleston Heritage Passport
Discover Charleston’s “must see” historic and cultural sites while saving nearly 40% off regular admission – with the Heritage Passport! Passports are available ONLY at the Charleston Visitor Center, 375 Meeting St., and are not valid for group admission. Visit our website for complete details.
Charleston History Tours...Picture Perfect
This two hour tour is the premier review of Charleston's opulent history, stately architecture, graceful gardens, charming antebellum homes, colorful culture and active preservation. Have a camera? Photo tips provided! Reservations required. $20 tours daily. Private tours also! 843-901-9283
Charleston International Antiques Show
English, European & American period furnishings, fine art, architectural elements, vintage jewelry & silver, from the 17th to 20th centuries. Proceeds benefit Historic Charleston Foundation. Tickets: online or 843-722-3405.
Charleston International Film Festival
November 4-8, 2015. A unique film experience exploring all genre through features, documentaries, shorts and animations created by local, national and international filmmakers. Attend nightly after parties, free workshops and a closing awards gala.
Charleston Maritime Center
Located near the South Carolina Aquarium, the Charleston Maritime Center is the first of many projects in Charleston's long-range plan to redevelop and revitalize the historic waterfront and provide waters-edge access to its residents and visitors. Marina, facilities and more!
Charleston Pedicab
Charleston Rickshaw and Charleston Pedicab are Charleston’s original trike taxi service. Operating from 9AM until 2AM for your convenience. Looking for the best restaurants, nightlife or sights in Charleston? Leave it to our knowledgeable staff. Call us for transportation, events or advertising opportunities.
Charleston Rice Beads
Charleston Rice Beads by Candy Shop Vintage are a revivial of popular vintage design. Local jewelry designer Deirdre Zahl has reimagined these fabulous chains that pay homage to our city’s port history, in necklaces and bracelets in an array of colors and styles.
Charleston Rickshaw
Charleston Pedicab is the best way to travel in downtown Charleston. Open from 9am-2am for your convenience. Sit back and let us peddle you to the best restaurants and attractions on the peninsula. Call for transportation, weddings or advertising opportunities.
Charleston Sailing Charters "Fate Sailing Yacht"
Charleston's premiere 50ft private sailing yacht, "Fate". Relax and sail in serene luxury while your captain and crew treat you like royalty as they expertly sail you around the Charleston harbor. Day sails, sunset sails and overnight excursions available.
Charleston Sailing Charters "Fate Sailing Yacht"
Charleston's premiere 50ft private sailing yacht, "Fate". Relax and sail in serene luxury while your captain and crew treat you like royalty as they expertly sail you around the Charleston harbor. Day sails, sunset sails and overnight excursions available.
Charleston Sailing School
Charleston Sailing School & Yacht Charters offers the most unique and memorable ways to experience Charleston by water. Sailing Lessons, Private Yacht Charters, Boat Rentals, and Bareboat Charters are all available from our location Downtown at the Charleston City Marina.
Charleston Sole
Discover Historic Charleston with Charleston native, Brian Simms. This two hour tour covers our remarkable history, fascinating stories and hidden gems, making this such a special place to visit! Mon-Sat 10am & 2pm, Adult $18, Child 6-12 $10, Under 6 free.
Charleston Steeplechase Tours
Charleston Steeplechase Tours offers running tours of Historic Charleston, SC. Tours originate from Downtown Charleston's Marion Square. Each tour lasts 90 minutes, covers approximately 3.5 miles of the historic district, and includes 10-12 stops at pertinent landmarks along the way.
Charleston Symphony Orchestra
As the largest performing arts organization in SC, the Charleston Symphony performs music from September through May. Featuring Masterworks, Chamber Orchestra, and Pops Series, there is something for every musical taste. Family, educational, and outreach events are offered throughout the year. Various locations.
Charleston Tea Party Private Tour
With downtown van pick-up for up to 14 people, Charlestonian guide takes discerning visitors by van to her friends’ private historic homes and gardens, ending with lunch and a silver tea at her house served on Cantonware overlooking the Ashley River.
Charleston Tea Party Private Tour
The 9:30 2-hour morning tour of the heart of the historic Old Walled City includes hidden nooks and crannies, and ends with tea on the Battery overlooking the harbor.
Charleston Tells Storytelling Festival
March 13-14, 2015. Enjoy some of the best national and local storytellers as they delight audiences with stories that reminisce about childhood, tickle your funny bone and transport you to another place and time. Presented by Charleston County Public Library.
Charleston Tours Inc.
Charleston’s original plantation specialist offering “Gone with the Wind” guided plantation and city tours daily including African-American history influence, in all of our tours. Recommended by the New York Times and the late, great CBS journalist Charles Kuralt. Free hotel pick-up.
Charleston Venture Tours, LLC
All tours conducted by the owner.We offer the BEST prices in town. FREE pickup at Mt. Pleasant & Isle of Palms and for parties of 10 or more from anywhere downtown. Tours depart the Visitor Center at 9:30, 12:00 & 2:30 Daily.
Charleston Visitor Center
Trained staff is available to answer questions and provide assistance. Free brochures, maps and restrooms*. Local publications, tour and attraction tickets are available for sale. Make this your first stop in the Charleston area. *While at the downtown Visitor Center, please ask the desk for one of the public restroom guides.
Charleston's Best Tours, LLC
Get spooked with Charleston's Best Tours walking nighttime ghost tour as seen in AAA Magazine! Our career guides will share site-specific, well-documented stories and other recent sightings. The only ghost tour with the same location and local people since 1999!
CharlestonTours.com
CharlestonTours.com is your one stop web portal for the best tours & events. Harbor Tours, Sailing Excursions, Special Events, Bus Tours, Plantation Tours and Charleston's Best Value Combination Tours. Private events and group tours too! Let us save you time and visit our site today!
Charms of Charleston Tours
Charms of Charleston Tours are a locally owned tour service. Our guides are Charlestonians that have a great love of this city. Let us show you this beautiful flower that we are so proud of.
Children's Museum of the Lowcountry
Nine hands-on exhibits, including a two-story Medieval Castle, a Pirate Ship and a dedicated Art Room, allow your children to explore the arts, sciences and humanities through the power of PLAY. Tues-Sat, 9am-5pm; Sun, 12pm-5pm; closed Mon. Extended Seasonal Hours.
Chow Down Charleston Food Tours
Chow Down through Chucktown with us as we highlight Charleston's delicious offerings hidden throughout the borough's of downtown. Enjoy 6 tastings showcasing local ingredients, Lowcountry classics, and the true culinary technique and genius that Charleston is famous for.
Christophe Artisan Chocolatier-Pâtissier
Transport yourself to France...Located on Society Street right off of King Street, third generation French Chocolatier Christophe Paume is creating an art of chocolates and pastries. Featuring hand-painted chocolates, french pastry, baguette sandwiches and french press coffee. Visit the French Chocolate Cafe.
Christophe Artisan Chocolatier-Patissier
Located on Society Street, slightly off King, third generation French Chocolatier Christophe Paume is creating an art of chocolate. This French Chocolate Cafe features sandwiches, baguette, Locally roasted coffee, French pastry, hand-painted chocolate, chocolate bars, chocolate sculptures, and...chocolate shoes. Reward yourself.
Circular Congregation Church
Open to visitors when tour guides are available. Organized in 1681, this church became The Independent Church of Charles Towne. Meeting Street adopted its name from the Meeting House built to house the independent congregation. In 1806, a unique circular building, designed by Robert Mills, became known as the Circular Church. In 1861, a fire destroyed the building. In 1891, the fourth and present building on the site integrated the brick from the burned building of the 1886 earthquake into the new building. The Circular Church established the first Sunday School in South Carolina.
Classic Carriage Works, LLC
Experience Charleston's rich history with our knowledgeable licensed tour guides as they take you on a residential tour through historic downtown Charleston. Carriages for private tours, weddings, large groups available. Discount rates/combo tours offered. "Race to Savings" information on our website.
CO banh mi..noodles..bar
CO is Charleston’s gateway into the exotic flavors of Vietnam. Saunter into the warm, urban atmosphere at CO and take your palate on a luxury flight to the Far East with exotic flavors for lunch, dinner, or after-hours cocktails.
Colonial Candle
For more than 100 years, Colonial Candle has been a leader in premium candle industry. Proudly made in the USA and based in Charleston, our exclusive oval jars provide clean, even burn and are available in over 75 on trend fragrances.
Comfort Inn Charleston
The 100 percent smoke-free Comfort Inn Downtown Charleston hotel is only blocks away from Charleston's world-famous historic district, MUSC, The Citadel, College of Charleston and VA Hospital.
CoPilot Designated Drivers
CoPilot Designated Drivers use folding motorbikes that arrive to your location, fold into a bag and are placed in the back of your car (yes they will fit as they are smaller than golf clubs). CoPilot then drives you AND your car safely home. After the ride is completed, CoPilot takes his motorbike to the next ride. You drink, we drive...it's really that simple!
Cupcake Downsouth
Fans flock to Cupcake, Charleston's first and only bakery dedicated to happiness in a paper liner. Flavors rotate daily, and are complemented by vegan and gluten-free flavors. Find out why so many folks (including USA Today and Ellen DeGeneres) are sweet on Cupcake!
DeSano Pizza Bakery
DeSano Pizza Bakery at 94 Stuart Street, Charleston. Serving authentic Napoletana pizza Monday-Sunday 11:00 until the dough runs out. Our flour, fresh mozzarella, and pizza ovens are imported from Italy. Join us in our Italian kitchen . (843-637-4225) DeSano Pizza Bakery.com
Discovery Maps of Charleston
Discovery Maps are hand drawn maps to help the visitor to Charleston find the best places to stay, eat, shop, and play. Free to the visitor, 500,000 maps are produced and distributed to hotels, attractions, retail, and entertainment venues.
Dixie Supply Cafe & Bakery
Traditional Lowcountry dishes, including shrimp & creamy grits, omelets, stuffed French toast & specialty pancakes. Our famous tomato pie or bacon bourbon pecan pie, the shrimp bacon & fried green Tomato sandwich or the Dixie Burger & pastries. As seen on Diners, Drive-Ins & Dives. Like us on Facebook.
Dog & Horse Fine Art
Dog & Horse Fine Art & Portraiture represents leading talent by US and European artists. Along with extensive inventory, the gallery is a matchmaker for portraits as well as a consultant building important collections of 19th - 21st century works for clients.
Dog & Horse Fine Art
Dog & Horse Fine Art & Portraiture represents leading talent by US and European artists. Along with extensive inventory, the gallery is a matchmaker for portraits as well as a consultant building important collections of 19th - 21st century works for clients.
Edmund's Oast
Edmund's Oast is a brew pub where artisanal beers are found alongside inventive cocktails and a thoughtfully curated wine list. The dinner and brunch menus feature seasonally inspired plates by the talents of Chef Andy Henderson and his culinary team.
Eli's Table
Eli's Table offers a taste of Charleston that makes Charleston memorable. Our American dishes come kissed with southern charm. We invite you to join us for breakfast, lunch, brunch, or dinner. Come join our table.
F & J Beverage Co. LLC
Whether barside, boatside, or beachside….go ahead, make it Fat & Juicy and start the party early. Touted by Southern Living, Coastal Living, and Beverage Media among other, Fat & Juicy Bloody Mary mix is available online and at select retailers nationwide.
FIG
At this neighborhood bistro, James Beard winner Chef Mike Lata serves up seasonal cuisine, focusing on fresh, sustainable product from local farmers. FIG has been featured in Bon Appetit, Food & Wine, Food Network and The New York Times.
Finicky Filly
Nestled in the heart of downtown on historic King Street, this prominent mother-daughter store has been a local favorite for thirteen years. Features designers Joie, Lela Rose, D.Exterior, Fabiana Filippi, Etro, and over forty other luxurious brands.
Finicky Filly
Nestled in the heart of downtown on historic King Street, this prominent mother-daughter store has been a local favorite for thirteen years. Features designers Joie, Lela Rose, D.Exterior, Fabiana Filippi, Etro, and over forty other luxurious brands.
First (Scots) Presbyterian Church
This church was organized in 1731 by Caledonian immigrants who would not become members of the Anglican faith. The present church, built in 1814, displays the seal of the Church of Scotland in the window over the main entrance. The bells, which the congregation voted to give to the Confederacy in 1863, were replaced in 1999.
First Baptist Church
Sunday services, 8:45am worship, 9:45am Bible school, 11am worship and 6:30pm vesper service. First Baptist Church is the oldest Baptist Church in the South, founded in 1682. The present sanctuary building, designed by Robert Mills, was completed in 1822.
FISH
South Carolina’s only French Master Chef Nico Romo blends classic French technique with artful Asian flair to create a menu complementing local harvests. Straight-off-the-boat seafood, innovative dim sum, handcrafted cocktails and boutique wines. Local favorite for weekday happy hour.
Food for the Southern Soul
"Get your 'Cue On!" at Food For The Southern Soul's City Market 'Cue-osk featuring our award-winning BlackJack Barbecue. Pulled Pork & Sliced Beef Brisket Sandwiches with Lowcountry Red Rice & Macaroni & Cheese. Grab it to go or a seat.
Fort Sumter National Monument
Open daily except New Year’s Day, Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day. Hours vary according to the season. Concessionaire ferries depart from Liberty Square in Charleston and from Patriots Point in Mt. Pleasant. America’s most tragic conflict ignited at Fort Sumter on April 12, 1861, when a chain reaction of social, economic and political events exploded into civil war. A powerful symbol to both the South and the North, Fort Sumter remains a memorial to all who fought to hold it. The fort may be visited by concession operated ferry boat or private boats. Correspondences should be sent to park headquarters at 1214 Middle St., Sullivan’s Island, SC 29482.
Fort Sumter Visitor Education Center at Liberty Square
The Visitor Center is open daily from 8:30am to 5pm, and admission is free. Closed New Year’s Day, Thanksgiving Day, and Christmas Day. This National Park Service facility is the primary departure point for visitors to Fort Sumter. Exhibits provide an overview of events leading up to the Civil War.
Friends Of The Hunley
In 1864, the Hunley became the world’s first successful combat submarine and then mysteriously vanished. Lost at sea for over a century, the Hunley was recovered from the sea in 2000. See history unfolding during weekend tours of the Hunley. For tickets, call 1.877.4HUNLEY. For weekday large group tours, call 843.744.1488.
Friends Of The Hunley
In 1864, the Hunley became the world’s first successful combat submarine and then mysteriously vanished. Lost at sea for over a century, the Hunley was recovered from the sea in 2000. See history unfolding during weekend tours of the Hunley. For tickets, call 1.877.4HUNLEY. For weekday large group tours, call 843.744.1488.
Gallery Row on Historic Broad Street
Charleston's destination for fine art, Gallery Row is located on Historic Broad Street. A "must see" for serious art collectors. A year-round schedule of fine art events, including First Friday Art Walks, A Taste of the Arts, Blues on Broad and Spoleto Soleil.
Gateway Publications, Inc.
Charleston Gateway, a premier visitor’s guide, published quarterly with info on events, shopping, sightseeing, and dining. Available free in over 400 locations throughout Charleston and the surrounding areas. Also prints and distributes 500,000 copies of The Charleston Map Guide.
George C. Birlant & Co. Antiques
Since 1922, for over ninety years, we have been the anchor for Charleston's historic Antiques District. Third generation, family owned antiques establishment specializing in 18th and 19th century furniture, silver, china, crystal & brass as well as bench made reproductions. Exclusive makers of the original Charleston Battery Bench®.
Gibbes Museum of Art
Experience Charleston's history through art! Come face-to-face with stories of the South Carolina Lowcountry as seen through painting, miniature portraiture, sculpture, photography, and more at Charleston's signature art museum. Complimentary cell phone tour is offered with admission.
Gold Creations
Celebrating 40 years, Gold Creations, located in the Historic City Market since 1975, provides a unique selection of fine jewelry. Our 14K gold and sterling silver collections include our signature Charleston Charms, elegant Charleston Gates, and timeless Charleston Rice Beads.
Gold Creations
Celebrating 40 years, Gold Creations, located in the Historic City Market since 1975, provides a unique selection of fine jewelry. Our 14K gold and sterling silver collections include our signature Charleston Charms, elegant Charleston Gates, and timeless Charleston Rice Beads.
Governors House Inn
Built in 1760, home of Edward Rutledge, youngest signer of the Declaration of Independence, Governor of SC. Located in middle of historic district. Eleven elegant guest rooms, private baths. Breakfast, afternoon tea, wine and sherry. Free parking.
Grace Episcopal Chruch
Built in 1846, Grace Episcopal has one of the four English Changing Ringing (bell ringing) towers in the city. Tours may be arranged in advance.
Gullah Tours
Explore the sites relevant to the culture, and traditions of the African-Americans history in Charleston. It is given by a native born, Gullah speaking Charlestonian who was raised by grandparents whose parents were slaves. The tours leave from the Visitor Center Mon-Sat at 11:00 & 1:00 PM.
Gullah Tours
Explore the sites relevant to the culture, and traditions of the African-Americans history in Charleston. It is given by a native born, Gullah speaking Charlestonian who was raised by grandparents whose parents were slaves. The tours leave from the Visitor Center Mon-Sat at 11:00 & 1:00 PM.
Gullah Tours
M-F tours at 11am and 1pm. Sa tours at 11am, 1pm, 3pm. Alphonso Brown, owner/guide. Gullah Tours explores the places, history and stories that are relevant to the varied contributions made by black Charlestonians. $18 per person. Reservations suggested.
Halsey Institute of Contemporary Art
The Halsey Institute at the College of Charleston is a non-collecting contemporary art museum in downtown Charleston. In addition to organizing 5 exhibitions each year, the Halsey also presents lectures, a film series, publications & tours. Free admission. Gallery Hours: M-Sat. 11am - 4pm, Thurs. 11am - 7pm
Hampton Park
A historic park with camellias and azaleas in bloom in spring, roses bloom in the summer; 1-mile nature trail; Charleston's mounted horse patrol stables nearby.
Handsome Properties
A boutique firm specializing in historic downtown and Lowcountry waterfront property, Handsome Properties represents luxury Charleston real estate. Built on a firm foundation of knowledge, ethics, and teamwork, Handsome Properties provides clients with expert knowledge of the Charleston community and its history, architecture, and culture.
Harborview Charters
Explore Historic Charleston the Way the Locals Do… from the Water! From Dolphin Watching, Eco Excursions, Fishing, Harbor Tours, Sunset Cruises, Shelling and more! All tours/charters are private, educational and quality fun for the whole family.
Haute Hanger
Opened in 2010 as a sister store to The Finicky Filly, Haute Hanger's goal is to provide Charleston with on-trend fashion at affordable prices. We proudly feature the latest styles in shoes, clothing, jewelry and more from various Los Angeles based designers.
Helena Fox Fine Art, LLC
French Quarter of historic Charleston. Specializes in fine contemporary representational art. Established in 2004, the gallery is a compilation of national and international artists, including Southern painter, West Fraser. The work mingles impressionistic landscapes, maritime paintings, still lifes and more.
Helena Fox Fine Art, LLC
French Quarter of historic Charleston. Specializes in fine contemporary representational art. Established in 2004, the gallery is a compilation of national and international artists, including Southern painter, West Fraser. The work mingles impressionistic landscapes, maritime paintings, still lifes and more.
High Wire Distilling
Located in historic downtown Charleston, SC, High Wire Distilling Company makes premium, handcrafted, small batch spirits including gins, rums, whiskeys and vodkas using premium, specialized ingredients. They offer tours and tastings Wednesday-Saturday from 11am to 5pm.
High Wire Distilling
Located in historic downtown Charleston, SC, High Wire Distilling Company makes premium, handcrafted, small batch spirits including gins, rums, whiskeys and vodkas using premium, specialized ingredients. They offer tours and tastings Wednesday-Saturday from 11AM to 5PM.
High Wire Distilling
Located in historic downtown Charleston, SC, High Wire Distilling Company makes premium, handcrafted, small batch spirits including gins, rums, whiskeys and vodkas using premium, specialized ingredients. They offer tours and tastings Wednesday-Saturday from 11AM to 5PM.
Hilton Garden Inn Charleston Waterfront/Downtown
Experience a waterfront, downtown Charleston hotel as never before with the newly opened Hilton Garden Inn Charleston Waterfront/Downtown! Contemporary with Charleston charm featuring 141 guestrooms with views of the Marina and over 3000 square feet of flexible event space.
Historic Charleston Battery
No trip to Charleston is complete without a stop at White Point Gardens, known popularly as Battery Park. This peaceful park offers unprecedented views of Charleston Harbor and Fort Sumter, while a look back across the street promises fantastic images of beautiful Charleston mansions. Enormous oak trees provide serene shade to the park, and a display of weapons and cannons used in the Civil War make for a unique play area for children. You'll see a Columbiad used to shell Fort Sumter in 1861, two seacoast mortars, and more - be sure to bring a camera to snap photos of your family clamoring and playing on the cannons! During the early 18th century, the park was used as the home of the gallows, where Stede Bonnet - the "gentleman pirate" - and dozens of others were hanged. By 1837, the land was in use as a public garden. Weddings and other special events are frequently held at the beautiful, massive white gazebo in the center of the park, but on off-days it makes for a beautiful place to sit and take in the beauty and charm of Charleston!
Historic Charleston Foundation Special Tours
Connoisseur Tours are custom-designed, exclusive tours of Charleston and the Lowcountry for small, private groups. Itineraries are tailored to reflect special interests and needs of any small group, i.e.: architecture, antiques, history, gardens. Contact Connoisseur Tours Coordinator : 843.720.1182.
Hominy Grill
Nationally acclaimed and locally beloved, Hominy Grill has become a Charleston institution. James Beard award-winning chef Robert Stehling has won accolades nationwide for his simple, pared-down approach to classic low country specialties served in a cozy and lively setting.
Horton Hayes Fine Art
Located at the corner of State and Queen Streets in historic downtown Charleston. The Gallery features original works by locally and nationally recognized artists. Subject matter in the gallery includes landscapes, still-life, figurative works and architectural depictions rendered in oil, pastel or watercolor.
Horton Hayes Fine Art
Located at the corner of State and Queen Streets in historic downtown Charleston. The Gallery features original works by locally and nationally recognized artists. Subject matter in the gallery includes landscapes, still-life, figurative works and architectural depictions rendered in oil, pastel or watercolor.
Hot Little Biscuit
Callie’s Hot Little Biscuit will offer all seven varieties of Callie’s Biscuits sold piping hot in pairs or by the dozen as well as a “biscuit of the day” special. “What could be more fun than to feature some of the fine foods from other local restaurants and artisans with our ‘biscuit of the day.’ - See more at: http://www.calliesbiscuits.com/pages/callies-hot-little-biscuits#sthash.OhmEc6OI.dpuf
Hyman's Seafood
Open 7 days a week. Voted best seafood in Southeast by Southern Living Magazine reader’s poll survey out of 18 states and 8 years running. A fourth or fifth generation are in the building 7 days a week to insure 100% satisfaction. A Hyman establishment since 1890.
In the Kitchen With Chef Bob Waggoner
Charleston's only hands - on cooking classes with a celebrity chef! Learn, dine & laugh while cooking with the best products Charleston has to offer (wines included). Charleston's only 1600 sq ft showroom kitchen is the perfect setting for intimate private dinners, corporate or social events. www.chefbobwaggoner.com
Indaco
Indaco serves rustic Italian cuisine by Chef Michael Perez. Available family-style or a la carte, the wood-fired pizzas, hand-crafted pastas, house-made salumi, and cured sausages can be enjoyed with approachable Italian wines, unique cocktails including the Negroni, and in-house sodas.
Indigo Inn
An oasis of quiet luxury in the heart of Charleston’s Historic District. Lovely rooms with antique reproductions and period fabrics create an atmosphere of 19th century charm. Our secluded courtyard offers a comfortable respite from a busy day of touring, shopping and dining.
International African American Museum
Scheduled to open in 2018, the IAAM is a new museum of African American history and identity. It will communicate the history of African Americans in the Lowcountry and explain how this population impacted the nation.
Jackson Davenport Vision Center
Jackson Davenport has been delivering on our commitment to exceptional quality and personal service for over fifty years, making us the Lowcountry’s choice for quality vision for 3 generations. Polarized sunglasses from Costa Del Mar, Oakley, Ray-Ban and Maui Jim.
Janice Kahn Tours
Quality guide who customizes tours just for your group's interests, time & convenience. My belief is visitors want to learn about Charleston's sites, not just see them. With wit and enthusiasm, since 1972, have your own private guide by car, step-on guide or strolls. Reservations - (843) 556-0664
Janice Kahn Tours
The name for 43 years synonymous for quality, customized tours with wit & enthusiasm. Learn about Charleston’s sites-not just see them! Past member Mayor’s Commission of Tourism, CNN, Fodors & more. Private car, strolls, step on guide. Reservations-843-556-0664
Jazz Artists of Charleston
Want jazz? Swing by JAC's Charleston Jazz House, visit charlestonjazz.com for Jazz Around Town, or catch a Charleston Jazz Orchestra performance, Charleston's own resident big-band! CJO is produced and presented by JAC, your source for all things jazz!
Jeni's Splendid Ice Creams
Located at 499 King Street, the Jeni’s Splendid Ice Creams Charleston scoop shop serves a variety of built-from-the-ground-up ice creams and frozen yogurts. Enjoy flavors in a cup, hand-made waffle cone, as a sundae, or between two hand-piped, meringue cookies as an ice cream sandwich.
Jestine's Kitchen
Jestine's Kitchen, serving SOUTHERN FOOD WITH LOTS OF SOUL, was opened in 1996 to honor Jestine Matthews by the Berlin children. Aleck and Etta Ellison hired Jestine to tend their child, SheraLee, who was on the way. SheraLee and Alwyn Berlin wed, four children came along, and so did Jestine!"
Joint Venture Estate Jewelers
Established in 1990, specializing in consignments of fine, preowned, estate jewelry & watches. Our collection spans decades and includes platinum engagement rings, brooches, necklaces, bracelets, earrings, Omega, Rolex, Patek, unique one-of-a-kind pieces. All manner of fine jewelry and watch repair done on-site. Watch batteries replaced while you wait.
Kahal Kadosh Beth Elohim (KKBE)
Open for tours M-F 10-12 and 1:30-3:30, Sun 1-3:30. Judaic gift shop and museum open 10am-4pm. Normal services Friday at 8pm and Saturday at 10:30am. This synagogue is the fourth oldest synagogue in the United States and the oldest in continuous use. It was the birthplace of American Reform Judaism in 1824. A large and handsome synagogue was built in 1794 and destroyed by fire in 1838. The present structure, constructed in 1840, is considered one of the country’s finest examples of Greek Revival architecture.
Karpeles Manuscript Museum
W-Sa 11am-4pm. Karpeles houses the largest private collection of historically significant manuscripts in the world (more than 1 million). Philanthropist David Karpeles supports seven museums across the nation and his collection ranges from Ancient Egypt to the Apollo moon landing. Free.
King George IV Inn
Historic Freneau House c.1790, is a four story Federal-style house with three levels of side porches. Original hardwood floors, Oriental rugs, decorative fireplaces, antiques and 11foot ceilings with plaster moldings. Full breakfast. Free off-street parking. Walk to historic Market.
King of Pops
King of Pops specializes in locally sourced, all natural frozen treats. We strive to use the freshest ingredients available and partner with local farmers bring you unique Low Country flavors. Our handmade pops will bring a refreshing twist to any gathering.
King Street Antique District
Voted the “best antique shopping in the U.S.” by the readers of Travel + Leisure. Find antiques from any period and from all over the world, plus charming hotels, fine dining, fashion boutiques, gifts and fine jewelry.
King Street Fashion District
Named one of the “10 Top Shopping Districts in USA” by Forbes Traveler. The Fashion District has handbags and shoes straight from the runway, European lingerie, top designer fashions, jewelry and eyewear. Boutique hotels, great restaurants and superb salons.
King Street Grille
Charleston's premier destination for food, sports, beers and spirits. An award winning upscale sports bar concept with an amazingly delicious, made from scratch menu. In a league of it's own. Definitely not your average sports bar. Great food, great beer, great atmosphere!
Kudu Coffee & Craft Beer
Kudu Coffee & Craft Beer serves freshly roasted coffee prepared by skilled baristas and has over 20 rotating taps, which can be enjoyed in their spacious courtyard with a sandwich, pastry or slice of quiche prepared daily by local bakeries.
Le Creuset Boutique
Featuring an assortment of Le Creuset cookware from iconic cast iron cookware, to versatile stoneware and innovative wine accessories, the flagship Le Creuset Boutique has just the right item in store for you. 112 N. Market Street (at Meeting Street), Charleston SC 29401.
Lee Bros
The Lee Bros. Boiled Peanuts Catalogue, founded in 1994 by Charleston-raised siblings Matt Lee and Ted Lee, is the mail-order source for southern foods that launched the Lee Bros.' careers as nationally-known writers, TV commentators, and the authors of three award-winning cookbooks.
Lee Lee's Hot Kitchen
Lee Lee's Hot Kitchen offers authentic Chinese fare in a vibrant downtown setting. Based on the family recipes of co-owner Lily Lei, the menu offers Chinese staples such as General Tso's Chicken, Singapore Noodles and Mu Shu Pork. The back room is available for private parties up to 20.
Leon's Oyster shop
Leon’s Oyster Shop is a fried chicken and oyster joint serving on Upper King Street. Open 7 days a week, it has quickly become a well loved neighborhood restaurant, with lighter updates on classic Southern fare, cheap beer and expensive champagne.
Lily
Purveyors of life’s little luxuries. Witty cards, intoxicating toiletries, vintage jewels, Belgian Linen, bits of architectural salvage & Lowcountry delicacies, are just a few of the fabulous finds tucked into this bright & charming shop.
Local Black Card
Who doesn't like free discounts? Download the free app or go to LocalBlackCard.com and see where you can get 10%, 20%, even 50% off deals at all the best restaurants, attractions, tours, events, shopping and more! Don't delay, download now!
Local Black Card
Who doesn't like free discounts? Download the free app or go to LocalBlackCard.com and see where you can get 10%, 20%, even 50% off deals at all the best restaurants, attractions, tours, events, shopping and more! Don't delay, download now!
Lowcountry Bistro
Lowcountry Bistro is a casual restaurant featuring distinctly Charleston fare including She-Crab Soup, Chicken & Waffles and Frogmore Stew plus seasonal dishes made using fresh ingredients that are indigenous to the area. Enjoy lunch, dinner and brunch with outdoor dining overlooking Historic City Market.
Lowcountry Local First
Lowcountry Local First is a nonprofit that cultivates local economic prosperity by strengthening community support for locally owned businesses & farmers. Our goal is to shift consumer spending from Big Box to Mom & Pop. Refer to our business directory & events calendar for all things local!
Lowcountry Olive Oil
A sampling of our delicious Carolina-infused olive oils and vinegars is just a taste of what you’ll discover inside our historic store. Make us your go-to shop for local gifts and delectable treats—from art and candles to homegrown snacks and spices.
Lowcountry Olive Oil
A sampling of our delicious Carolina-infused olive oils and vinegars is just a taste of what you’ll discover inside our historic store. Make us your go-to shop for local gifts and delectable treats—from art and candles to homegrown snacks and spices.
Luxury Simplified Group
The Luxury Simplified Group is a partnership of like minded services - in real estate, marketing, design, architecture, construction, and hospitality - assembled under one roof at 95 Broad Street in Charleston, SC
Manny's Neighborhood Grill
Convenient to historic plantations and sites, folks from all walks of life come in for the energy-charged atmosphere, warm welcome and superb food. Specializing in seafood, pasta, pizza and Mediterranean cuisine. Manny's Neighborhood Grill, where the food is delicious and the fun never ends!
Market Shop of Historic Charleston Foundation
The anchor store of the newly renovated Great Hall at the City Market. Featuring locally-made and inspired gifts including jewelry, furnishings, Charleston-related books, and tasty treats. Enjoy tax-free shopping and support local preservation efforts. Daily 9:30am-6pm.
Market Shop of Historic Charleston Foundation
The anchor store of the newly renovated Great Hall at the City Market. Featuring locally-made and inspired gifts including jewelry, furnishings, Charleston-related books, and tasty treats. Enjoy tax-free shopping and support local preservation efforts. Daily 9:30am-6pm.
Market Street Saloon - Downtown
There is no place like the Market Street Saloon! We are Charleston's Bachelor & Bachelorette Headquarters where the girls dance on the bar all night long!
Mary Martin Gallery of Fine Art
Mary Martin Gallery offers fine art from over 50 renowned local, national, and international artists. Located at 103 Broad Street on the corner of King and Broad Streets. Artist shows are hosted every month on First Fridays from 5-8pm.
Mary Martin Gallery of Fine Art
Mary Martin Gallery offers fine art from over 50 renowned local, national, and international artists. Located at 103 Broad Street on the corner of King and Broad Streets. Artist shows are hosted every month on First Fridays from 5-8pm.
Mary-Margaret's Walking Tours
Delve into female history on "Ladies of the Lowcountry". Explore the famous and notorious on "2 Graveyards & a Cocktail". Both tours promise a wonderful time with your guide, Mary-Margaret. Call now!
Mash
Located inside the Cigar Factory, Mash will be the casual style bar that will feature an indoor bocce court. The project is being designed by architect David Thompson and initial plans call for an open space, featuring reclaimed and blond wood and rustic elements of the 1800 circa building. Expected projection for opening is 2015 depending on construction.
Medical University of SC (MUSC)
169 Ashley Ave., Charleston, SC 843.792.2300
Meeting Street Inn
Distinctive lodging located near all the best restaurants, shops and visitor attractions. Charming guestrooms with period furnishings and four-poster beds overlooking our garden courtyard. We proudly offer true Southern hospitality – a delightful blend of 19th century charm and 21st century comforts.
Mellow Mushroom - Downtown
Unique starters, build-your-own salads, extreme hoagies & calzones. Gourmet pizzas -- Magical Mystery, Mighty Meaty, Mega Veggie and more. Craft beer, full bar. Two floors, outdoor patio. Events, catering, delivery.11am-11pm, Fri & Sat until 12am, Bar open late.
Mercantile
Located inside the Cigar Factory, the 7,500 square feet project will feature a provisions style retail center, a casual eatery, several provision stations, a coffee shop and a 1,700 square foot casual bar. Modeled after Star Provisions in Atlanta, the retail space will feature a series of indoor markets all featuring unique, gourmet food items, gifts, cookware and more.
Mercantile
Located inside the Cigar Factory, the 7,500 square feet project will feature a provisions style retail center, a casual eatery, several provision stations, a coffee shop and a 1,700 square foot casual bar. Modeled after Star Provisions in Atlanta, the retail space will feature a series of indoor markets all featuring unique, gourmet food items, gifts, cookware and more.
Minero
Minero is a casual Mexican eatery located on East Bay Street in historic downtown Charleston. Delicious and fun food served in a lively environment. James Beard award-winning Chef Sean Brock offers a collection of dishes inspired by the flavors and culture of Mexico.
Molly Darcy's Traditional Irish Pub & Grill
Molly Darcy's, Irish family owned & operated offers traditional Irish fare, fresh seafood & an excellent selection of Irish draughts & whiskeys. We offer a full bar, live music, sports shows on 8 HDTV's, entertainment room with pool table & a back patio bar.
Molly Darcy's Traditional Irish Pub & Grill
Molly Darcy's, Irish family owned & operated offers traditional Irish fare, fresh seafood & an excellent selection of Irish draughts & whiskeys. We offer a full bar, live music, sports shows on 8 HDTV's, entertainment room with pool table & a back patio bar.
MoonPie General Store
Chattanooga Bakery's first MoonPie General Store complete with an old fashion soda fountain. Adjacent to the popular open-air City Market. Factory-fresh MoonPies, icy-cold RC Cola, unique gifts, MoonPie apparel, gourmet foods, toys, folk art, ice creams, floats, widescreen TVs with MoonPie footage, photo kiosk.
Morris Visitor Publications
Where Charleston is a complete guide-to-go, and is as valuable to the first-time visitor as it is for the experienced traveler. Every issue comes loaded a compilation of picks on where to eat, things to do, arts and entertainment, shopping destinations and more.
Mother Emanuel A.M.E. Church
In 1791, the Free African Society, composed of both slaves and free Negroes, was formed in Charleston and later became known as the Bethel Circuit. In 1865, the church was reorganized and the present edifice was erected in 1891.
Mt. Zion A.M.E. Church
Service at 10am on Sunday. This is the first brick church building owned by Blacks in Charleston. The building was purchased in 1882 by members of Emanuel A.M.E. Church to alleviate its overcrowded conditions. The 54th & 55th Massachusetts regiments worshiped here while stationed in Charleston.
Museum Mile
This diverse mile long corridor stretches along Meeting Street from the Charleston Visitor Center to the Nathaniel Russell House. Offering visitors the most comprehensive array of historical and cultural attractions in downtown Charleston.
Nicks Bar-B-Q
Everything is scratch-made. Yes, Everything! From our BBQ that is slow-smoked for up to 14 hours to our flour-and-rolling Pin-Fresh pies you can taste tradition in every bite. Join us for Lunch and Dinner.
O-Ku
O-Ku celebrates authentic Asian cuisine with Southern style by featuring unique ingredients and sophisticated presentations. Chef Thad Stuckey's menu showcases the freshest fish from the finest markets locally and worldwide, and offers high-end, traditional sushi in an approachable way.
Oak Steakhouse
Oak Steakhouse is an American classic in a historical setting. Chef Jeremiah Bacon sources locally and regionally from sustainable farms and fisheries for a menu that includes aged beef favorites and fresh seafood complemented by an expansive wine program.
Old Charleston Walking Tours, LLC
The most intimate and sophisticated tours in the city with highly experienced guides. History, ghost, Civil War and slavery walks. Tours start in Washington Square Park, next to City Hall (intersection of Meeting and Broad).
Old Exchange and Provost Dungeon
Built by the British in 1771, American Patriots were held prisoner in the Provost during the War of Americas' Independence. One of the three most historically significant buildings of colonial America. Educational tours/evening events. Adults $8; 7-12 $4; 6 and under free.
Old Slave Mart Museum
Recounting the story of Charleston's role in this inter-state slave trade by focusing on the history of this particular building and site and the slave sales that occurred here. 9-5 M-Sa. Closed Thanksgiving, Christmas, New Year's. $7 adults, $5 children aged 6 to 12, under 5 free.
Old Towne Grill & Seafood
We are Charleston landmark being the oldest family owned restaurant in Charleston. Specializing in flame grilled steaks, broiled-steamed-fried seafood, slow roasted chicken, large salads, great sandwiches, Greek dishes, desserts and full bar. Private dining rooms available for larger groups.
Paint Nite Charleston
Paint the town red as Paint Nite’s social painting instructor leads you step by step to create your own acrylic masterpiece with provided supplies at a hot local bar or restaurant around Charleston. Use Coupon Code "TRAVEL20" for $20 off your ticket!!!
Paint Nite Charleston
Paint the town red as Paint Nite’s social painting instructor leads you step by step to create your own acrylic masterpiece with provided supplies at a hot local bar or restaurant around Charleston. Use Coupon Code "TRAVEL20" for $20 off your ticket!!!
Palmetto Brewing Company
Palmetto Brewery first served Charleston’s thirst in the 1850’s. It operated through the “War of Northern Aggression,” the Earthquake of 1886, many fires, and a major hurricane. Its downfall was the pen-stroke that enacted Prohibition. We revived the tradition in 1993, becoming the first brewery to operate in South Carolina since prohibition. Today our beer is truly handcrafted in small batches in the historic city of Charleston.
Palmetto Brewing Company
Palmetto Brewery first served Charleston’s thirst in the 1850’s. It operated through the “War of Northern Aggression,” the Earthquake of 1886, many fires, and a major hurricane. Its downfall was the pen-stroke that enacted Prohibition. We revived the tradition in 1993, becoming the first brewery to operate in South Carolina since prohibition. Today our beer is truly handcrafted in small batches in the historic city of Charleston.
Palmetto Carriage Works
The oldest carriage company in the city, our tour guides have been driving carriages longer than anyone else. We offer free parking at our front door, an easy loading platform and 100% satisfaction guarantee. Experience value, and a guarantee! Come tour with us!
Palmetto Tours
Palmetto Tours is the premier tour company servicing Charleston. Our expert tour guides combine the beauty and excitement of Charleston while leading you through some of our most historic areas; teaching you Charleston's rich and illustrious history along the way.
Pauline Books and Media
Operated by the Daughters of St. Paul, Pauline Books & Media has a complete selection of Bibles, Christian books, music, confirmation gifts, medals, children’s books, cards and candles. Located on the corner of King and Beaufain Streets.
Paulo Geiss Jewelers
For over 25 years, Paulo Geiss Jewelers offers the finest jewelry and timepieces available in downtown Charleston. Discover the best from celebrated masters such as Rolex, Kwiat, Roberto Coin, Precision Set and Ritani. Member of American Gem Society. Graduate gemologists on site.
Piccolo Spoleto Festival
Focusing primarily on artists of the Southeast region, Piccolo Spoleto is the perfect complement to the international scope of its parent festival, Spoleto Festival USA. Its 700 events in 17 days transforms Charleston into an exhilarating celebration of performing, literary and visual arts. Piccolo Spoleto's traditional program offerings include visual arts exhibits, classical music, jazz, dance, theatre, poetry readings, children's activities, choral music, ethnic cultural presentations, crafts, and film.
Pink Dot Beauty Bar
Pink Dot Beauty Bar specializes in a carefully curated selection of the most sought-after cosmetics, fragrances, skincare lines and innovative beauty accessories. In addition to the boutique, Pink Dot Beauty Bar bar boasts a gorgeous second floor Special Events studio. In this centuries old building, bridal parties, private groups and the like gather to celebrate their special occasion and remember to feel beautiful!
Postal Museum
Charleston’s postal history. The Post Office Building circa 1896 was erected over the ruins of the old police station, which was destroyed in the earthquake of 1886. The building at Meeting and Broad is the oldest continuously operated post office in the Carolinas.
Preservation Society of Charleston Book and Gift Shop
Featuring fine books and gifts relating to Charleston's history and architecture, book signings and special events, we are the oldest community membership-based preservation organization in America. Open Monday -Saturday, 9:00am to 5:00pm and "Second Sundays".
Prohibition
Inspired by the jazz age, Prohibition combines amazing food, award winning drinks and a unique atmosphere...all without a secret knock.
Prohibition
Inspired by the jazz age, Prohibition combines amazing food, award winning drinks and a unique atmosphere...all without a secret knock.
Proof
An inviting place for cocktail connoisseurs to enjoy inspired drinks as well as "real good beers." Regularly-changing menu features seasonal small plates, including big fat meatballs in savory marinara sauce, sugary sweet fried doughnut bites, boiled peanut hummus, and pimento cheese. Happy hour M- F from 4-7pm.
Queen Street Grocery
Established in 1922, Charleston’s oldest corner store has been a little bit of everything through the years: from a true butchery, a 60′s candy shop, and late-night convenience store. It’s newest personality is the neighborhood corner store of your dreams.
Queen Street Grocery
Established in 1922, Charleston’s oldest corner store has been a little bit of everything through the years: from a true butchery, a 60′s candy shop, and late-night convenience store. It’s newest personality is the neighborhood corner store of your dreams.
Queology
We cook our BBQ with a balanced, signature flavor of savory, sweet & smoky that folks can't resist. Queology has over 25 years of experience, serving moist and tender barbecue. Queology, 32-C North Market Street in beautiful Charleston, SC.
Rapport
Stemming from the French term “rapporter,” Rapport refers to a woman’s harmonious relationship with her clothier and her clothes. Located on King Street, Rapport is a high-end women’s clothier offering luxury labels along with high-touch service and creative styling for Charleston’s discerning shoppers.
Republic Garden & Lounge
Republic Garden & Lounge offers exquisite small plates and contemporary bar fare. Sip innovative cocktails or choose from extensive wine and champagne offerings.
Republic Garden & Lounge
Republic Garden & Lounge showcases a chic, luxurious setting with indoor and outdoor areas. Republic features live music nightly in the garden and DJ entertainment in the plush lounge. Bottle service available.
Rewined, LLC
We believe in doing every step of our candle making process by hand while using the richest ingredients available. Candles handcrafted from a repurposed wine bottle. Fragrance carefully blended to mimic the flavors and aromas found in your favorite wines. Located at the Historic Charleston City Market.
Roberto Coin for Paulo Geiss Jewelers
Jewelry designer Roberto Coin has devoted his life to a passion for innovative design. His diverse collection is a balance of elegance and creativity. Each original piece is marked with the signature hidden ruby – Coin’s blessing for long life, health and happiness.
Sail South Carolina
Enjoy the sights, sounds, and breeze of the Charleston harbor on board Panacea. A 43ft 'round the world' sailing vessel, Panacea provides comfort and relaxation like no other! Half day, full day, and cocktail sail available. Maximum six guests.
Savannah Bee Company
Savannah Bee Company is a specialty honey and beeswaxed-based body care company. Come by our King Street location to experience our signature honey tasting and try our all-natural and luxurious body care products.
Shirtini
Modern classics, effortless style, and a curated selection of menswear inspired shirts for women, all buttoned up in a crisp white shop. Charleston's go to shop for the perfect white shirt.
Sites & Insights Tours, Inc.
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 departing Charleston Visitor Center daily. Adults $13-$23, children $10-$18. Group Rates. Al Miller, owner/guide.
Sites & Insights Tours, Inc.
Explore Charleston’s Black history and Gullah / Geechee culture from a Black perspective in our 1, 2 & 2 ˝ hour motorized Black History, Porgy & Bess and Sea Islands Tours departing Charleston Visitor Center. Adults $13 - $23 and children $10 - $18. Group Rates. Al Miller, owner, guide & lecturer.
Sites & Insights Tours, Inc.
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 departing Charleston Visitor Center daily. Adults $13-$23, children $10-$18. Group Rates. Al Miller, owner/guide.
Social Restaurant + Wine Bar
Social is Charleston's preeminent wine bar, offering more than 50 wines by the glass from an award-winning cellar. Complementing the extensive wine selection, Social's menu is inspired by the wine-growing regions of the world. Social has been recognized by Wine Spectator, Food & Wine, and Travel + Leisure.
Social Restaurant + Wine Bar
Social is Charleston's preeminent wine bar, offering more than 50 wines by the glass from an award-winning cellar. Complementing the extensive wine selection, Social's menu is inspired by the wine-growing regions of the world. Social has been recognized by Wine Spectator, Food & Wine, and Travel + Leisure.
South Carolina Historical Society
The state’s oldest historical society maintaining a vast research library and archives. Researchers are invited to explore our collections. Members conduct research for free and receive the Society’s publications. Tours available by appointment.
South Carolina Historical Society
Research library Tu-F 9am-4pm; Sa 9am-2pm. Founded in 1855. The state’s oldest historical society maintaining a vast research library and archives in the historic Robert Mills Fireproof Building. Researchers are invited to explore our collections. Members conduct research for free and receive the Society’s publications. Tours available by appointment.
Southeastern Wildlife Exposition
Feb. 13-15, 2015. The largest wildlife art and sporting life event of its kind for 30+ years. A 3-day celebration showcasing 500 fine artists & exhibitors, wildlife experts, outdoor outfitters, children's activities and more. Multiple venues downtown Charleston.
Southend Brewery and Smokehouse
Southend Brewery and Smokehouse specializes in regional cuisine and custom-crafted microbrewed beers, served in a kid-friendly setting to the tune of live music. Our menu boasts pastas, wood-oven pizzas, fresh fish, in-house smoked BBQ ribs, steaks, chicken and sausage.
Spencer Art Gallery I & II
On Gallery Row in the historic French Quarter, over 500 works of contemporary fine art by over 50 artists are shown salon style. Friendly settings to view the art and meet attending artist. Browsers welcome. Wedding gift registry available.
Spencer Art Gallery I & II
On Gallery Row in the historic French Quarter, over 500 works of contemporary fine art by over 50 artists are shown salon style. Friendly settings to view the art and meet attending artist. Browsers welcome. Wedding gift registry available.
Spoleto Festival USA
May 22-June 7, 2015. Internationally recognized as America's premier performing arts festival, Spoleto Festival USA fills Charleston's historic theaters, churches and outdoor spaces with performances by renowned and emerging artists in opera, theater, dance, and chamber, symphonic, and jazz music.
Squeeze
Nestled amongst the city’s finest restaurants and bars in Charleston’s Historic French Quarter, Squeeze is a unique drinking destination for locals and tourists alike. Featuring handcrafted martinis and specialty cocktails, high-end spirits, fine wine selection, draft and bottled beers.
St. Johannes Lutheran Church
Open to visitors M-Th 10-4. “An architectural gem in the heart of historic Ansonborough”, built in 1842. Current congregation was founded in 1878 and conducted worship in German until 1910. In 1913 the Art Memorial Stained Glass Windows were dedicated.
St. John's Lutheran Church
St. John’s is the mother church of Lutherans in South Carolina and celebrated its 250th anniversary in 1992. Founded by German immigrants, the first recorded service was held May 26, 1734. The congregation was established in 1742 by Henry Melchior Muhlenburg. The first building on the site was begun in 1759 and replaced by the present building in 1817. Handicapped accessible on Sunday, weekdays by request.
St. Mary's Roman Catholic Church
The oldest Roman Catholic Church in South Carolina and the Mother Church of the Dioceses of South Carolina, North Carolina, and Georgia, it was established in 1789. The present building, replacing an earlier one which was destroyed by fire in 1838, was completed in 1839.
St. Matthew's Lutheran Church
M-F 8:30am-4:30pm. The second Lutheran congregation organized in Charleston in 1840, primarily for German-speaking settlers. The present Gothic building, with its 297-ft. steeple, was erected in 1872 and was rebuilt following a devastating fire in 1965. Spectacular stained glass windows tell Biblical stories.
St. Michael's Episcopal Church
Completed in 1761, this is the oldest church edifice in the city and one of the few city churches in America to retain its original design. It was here that George Washington worshipped during his tour of the South in 1791. The clock and ring of eight bells in St. Michael’s steeple were imported in 1764. Except for short absences (during the Revolution they were returned to England as a prize of war, and during the Civil War they were burned and had to be sent to England for recasting), these bells have enhanced the lives of Charlestonians for more than 200 years.
St. Philip’s Episcopal Church
Est. 1670, St. Philip’s is the Mother Church of the Province, and originally stood on the site where St. Michael’s stands today. The second structure at the present site was completed in 1724 but destroyed by fire in 1835. The present building was constructed 1835-1838. During the Civil War, its bells were converted into cannons. On July 4, 1976, new bells were placed in the steeple, and again St. Philip’s was known as the lighthouse. In St. Philip’s churchyard are the graves of John C. Calhoun, Secretary of War and Vice President of the United States; Edward Rutledge, signer of the Declaration of Independence; Charles Pinckney, signer of the Constitution; and Dubose Heyward, author of “Porgy.”
Stars Rooftop & Grill Room
Stars Rooftop & Grill Room brings a new tradition of live fire cooking to Charleston. Executive Chef Nathan Thurston offers well balanced seasonal cuisine crafted with local & southern ingredients. The rooftop bar offers an excellent view of Downtown Charleston.
Swamp Fox Restaurant & Bar
Casual dining featuring Lowcountry specialties reminiscent of the old south. Noted for award-winning shrimp & grits and Certified SC farm fresh ingredients artfully prepared by Chef Gaulin. Overlooks historic Marion Square and features evening live jazz piano. Private dining in The Parkview Room.
SwimCalm
SwimCalm is a guaranteed system of teaching for adults with fear of the water. Learn to swim the same way you learned to walk through comfort, calm and fun while enjoying the experience. All your questions are answered in this simple but profound course while visiting beautiful Charleston.
Tabbuli Grill
Tabbuli serves tapas and authentic Mediterranean cuisine in downtown Charleston. At night, Tabbuli turns tropical with warm sea breezes and romantic sunsets while you enjoy the sounds of south beach, styles and libations. Brunch, Lunch, Dinner and Hookahs.
Tease Blow Dry Bar
Discover Tease, Charleston's first blow dry bar. Conveniently located on upper King St, the concept is simple - just wash, blow and go. We offer a range of styles to choose from or design your own. No appointment needed and evening and weekend hours.
Ted's Butcherblock
Ted's is a locally owned and operated butcher shop and gourmet market offering the finest selection of meats and prepared foods in the Lowcountry. Enjoy homemade prepared meals, sandwiches, boutique wines, hand-crafted beers, artisanal cheeses and specialty foods. Hours: Tues-Sat 11am-7pm
The Alley
The Alley offers an entertainment experience unlike anything in Charleston. In addition to 8 retro bowling lanes and arcade games, the space features 150-seat restaurant with food from Home Team Kitchen, 40ft bar, event space and outdoor seating. The Alley offers a complete package!
The Alley
The Alley offers an entertainment experience unlike anything in Charleston. In addition to 8 retro bowling lanes and arcade games, the space features 150-seat restaurant with food from Home Team Kitchen, 40ft bar, event space and outdoor seating. The Alley offers a complete package!
The Alley
The Alley offers an entertainment experience unlike anything in Charleston. In addition to 8 retro bowling lanes and arcade games, the space features 150-seat restaurant with food from Home Team Kitchen, 40ft bar, event space and outdoor seating. The Alley offers a complete package!
The Boutique
The Boutique is a Charleston institution which has been in business for over fifty years. It carries the finest gifts, china, linens, and lingerie. Charlestonians and their friends know that they will always find that special gift at The Boutique.
The Brass Pirate
The Brass Pirate is Charleston's only Pirate shop. We have exclusive pirate/nautical items. Treasure hunts are conducted daily, learn about pirates and see the city! We now offer laser tag rentals- You pick them up or we bring the FUN to you!
The Brass Pirate
The Brass Pirate is Charleston's only Pirate shop. We have exclusive pirate/nautical items. Treasure hunts are conducted daily, learn about pirates and see the city! We now offer laser tag rentals- You pick them up or we bring the FUN to you!
The Cathedral of St. Luke and St. Paul
Opened in 1815, it was known in its early years as the “Third Episcopal Church of Charleston” and the “Planters Church” as its founding families were primarily from outlying plantations. The Cathedral’s design is typical of the period, and the interior has been restored to appear much as it did in 1815. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, it is one of the two oldest church buildings currently serving as an Episcopal / Anglican Cathedral in the United States. The Cathedral is the site of major cultural events, including concerts during the Spoleto and Piccolo Spoleto festivals.
The Charleston Library Society
M-F 9:30am-5:30pm; Sa 9:30am-2pm. Established December 28, 1748 by seventeen young gentlemen of various trades. The Charleston Library Society paved the way for the founding of the College of Charleston in 1770 and provided the core collection of artifacts for the founding of the Charleston Museum.
The City Hall Gallery
M-F 9am-5pm. Located in the Council Chamber of the Charleston City Hall (1801), the gallery contains portraits of many important leaders, including one of George Washington by John Trumbull.
The City Marina Company
Located on the Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway in Downtown Charleston, the Charleston City Marina features 19,000 feet of dock space covering 40 acres of water. The marina was named 2005 National Marina of the Year by Marina Dock Age Magazine.
The Cocktail Club
The Cocktail Club is an upscale lounge with rooftop terrace dedicated to the craft cocktail. An extensive selection of house-made infusions, rare liquors, and farm-to-shaker beverages features fresh-squeezed juices and modern ingredients alongside a menu of light fare.
The College of Charleston
Founded in 1770, the first municipal college in America was built in 1724 on land set aside for education purposes. The present main building was designed by eminent Philadelphia architect William Strickland, built in 1828, and paid for by voluntary subscription by the people of Charleston.
The College of Charleston
Founded in 1770, the first municipal college in America was built in 1724 on land set aside for educational purposes. Present main building was designed by eminent Philadelphia architect William Strickland, built in 1828, and paid for by voluntary subscription by the people of Charleston.
The Confederate Museum
Market Hall was built in 1841. Since 1898, the Daughters of the Confederacy has operated the Confederate Museum, which contains flags, uniforms, swords and other Confederate memorabilia.
The Daily
From the makers of Butcher & Bee, The Daily offers coffee, juices and smoothies, breads and pastries, breakfast, prepared foods, beer, wine, and more. It is open Mondays-Saturdays from 7am-7pm and Sundays from 9am-4pm, and features plentiful parking and a convenient location.
The Eyebrarian
Sunglasses, Readers and Opticals. Retro eyewear from Tart Optical, stylish shades from Illesteva, meticulously crafted eyewear from Berlin’s Lunette Kollektion, vintage sunglasses, and a boatload of Eyebobs share the shelves with a curated collection of fashionable books.
The French Protestant (Huguenot) Church
Services are held each Sunday at 10:30am. Built in 1844-45, the fourth church at this site was designed by Edward B. White. As early as 1687, French Huguenots, fleeing France to avoid religious persecution, were worshipping in a church on this site. An annual French Liturgy service is still held each spring. info@frenchhuguenotchurch.org.
The Fudgery, Inc.
Pungent chocolate aromas alert senses strolling on Market Street. Joyous sounds of the fudgery's enthusiastic singing fudgemakers greet...fudge, ice cream and more! Not another chain...our unique people make each fudgery wonderfully different!
The Grocery
The Grocery presents an ingredient inspired menu rooted in Southern and Mediterranean flavors ranging from small bites to family style portions. The warm, familial setting boasts an open kitchen and wood-burning oven, heightening the atmosphere in the former furniture warehouse.
The Historic Dock Street Theatre
“America’s First Theatre,” located in the heart of downtown Charleston, is home to the City’s finest cultural institutions including Spoleto Festival USA and Moja Arts Festival. Charleston Stage, the theatre company in residence at Dock Street, presents a full season of plays each year.
The Jasmine House
This circa 1843 Greek revival mansion and carriage house offers eleven luxurious guestrooms. The main house features Italian marble bathrooms and gleaming hardwood floors. Carriage house rooms open into our lovely garden courtyard, just steps away from the City Market.
The Kickin' Chicken Downtown
The Kickin' Chicken is a locally owned and operated full service restaurant with 5 locations in the Charleston area. Visit us for lunch, dinner, late night or for delivery. We're serving up the best wings, sandwiches, burgers, and local brews!
The Kickin' Chicken Downtown
The Kickin' Chicken is a locally owned and operated full service restaurant with 5 locations in the Charleston area. Visit us for lunch, dinner, late night or for delivery. We're serving up the best wings, sandwiches, burgers, and local brews!
The Macintosh
Chef Jeremiah Bacon showcases cuisine from the modern American South, utilizing the bounty of Lowcountry farms and waterways to create a fine dining experience with a casual vibe. The complementary bar program features local beers, seasonal cocktails, and wine.
The Old Bethel Methodist Church
Formerly Bethel Methodist Church, this church was dedicated in 1798 to accommodate the expanding congregation of the Blue Meeting House on Cumberland Street. When the congregation of Bethel Methodist Church began construction of its present church in 1852, the earlier church was moved slightly to the west and used for class meetings of Black members. In 1880, it was moved across the street and given to the Black congregation.
The Ordinary
The Ordinary is a James Beard nominated convivial seafood hall and oyster bar, helmed by award-winning Chef Mike Lata. Housed in a thoughtfully restored historic bank in the Upper King District, Lata supports local and regional fisherman, farmers and producers.
The Park Cafe
The Park Cafe is a neighborhood restaurant that celebrates Charleston's beautiful Hampton Park with a seasonal menu that offers dishes such as house-made pastas, gourmet hot dogs and a local catch of the day. The Park Cafe is open for breakfast through dinner and brunch on Sundays.
The Peanut Shop of Charleston
We've been carefully hand-roasting the finest and largest Virginia Peanuts available for nearly 40 years. Visit our newest store in Charleston for uniquely Southern gourmet foods, thoughtful gifts, nostalgic candies, and nut specialties. We sample every day. Mail order shipping available.
The Powder Magazine
Oldest public building in the Carolinas. The Powder Magazine stored the powder crucial for defending Charleston. Although replaced by a newer magazine in 1748, it served effectively until the American Revolution. Restored to its mid-nineteenth century appearance and open as a National Historic Landmark.
The Press
For those craving caffeine with a dose of history, The Press sits in the former home of The South Carolina Gazette. Grab a Starbucks coffee and a fresh pastry or sandwich made in-house before taking on the streets of Charleston.
The Royal American
The Royal American is a restaurant, bar, and live entertainment venue in downtown Charleston that opened in 2011. Located on Morrison Street close to the Ravenel Bridge, it draws locals and visitors alike for its lively music scene, eclectic setting, diverse menu and stunning marsh views.
The Second Presbyterian Church
This building is the oldest edifice of this faith in the historic section of Charleston, built in 1809 by James and John Gordon and dedicated on April 3, 1811. The sanctuary was so immense that it was a strain on the ministers’ voices to be heard. In 1833, the floor was raised three feet, the ceiling lowered 16 feet, and part of the sanctuary cut off to make an enlarged vestibule. The entrances on the north and south sides were closed. The old box pews were replaced in 1849. The Presbyterian Church of the United States designated this church Historical Site Number One.
The Shops of Historic Charleston Foundation
Featuring locally-made and inspired gifts including a comprehensive collection of Charleston-related books, home accessories and an abundant collection of garden furnishings and accessories in the lovely courtyard. Enjoy tax-free shopping and support local preservation efforts. M-Sa 9am-6pm, Su 12-5pm.
The Shops Of Historic Charleston Foundation
Locally-made and inspired gifts and packages including jewelry, furnishings, Charleston-related books, and tasty treats perfect for welcome backs or corporate gifts. Enjoy tax-free shopping and support local preservation efforts. M-Sa 9am-6pm, Su 12-5pm.
The Sophia Institute
Offering retreats, lectures and special events featuring nationally and internationally renowned authors and teachers. Presenters include Sue Monk Kidd, Jean Houston, Marianne Williamson and others. The Sophia Institute is a source and beacon in today’s world for profound transformation and unlimited spiritual growth.
The Unitarian Church
During its two and a quarter century history, The Unitarian Church in Charleston has survived wars, earthquakes, fires and hurricanes. Sunday services begin at 11am in the sanctuary of our National Historic Landmark church. Forums begin at 10am in Gage Hall next door to the church. Sanctuary tours available starting 3rd week of September through 2nd week of June, every Saturday 10am-1pm and the 2nd Sunday of each month 12-3pm. Dress is casual.
The Vendue Hotel Rooftop Bar
Voted "Best Rooftop Bar" year after year. The Rooftop bar at The Vendue combines live music, a casual atmosphere and one of the most captivating views downtown to create an unparalleled experience for locals and visitors alike.
The Vendue Hotel Rooftop Bar
Voted "Best Rooftop Bar" year after year. The Rooftop bar at The Vendue combines live music, a casual atmosphere and one of the most captivating views downtown to create an unparalleled experience for locals and visitors alike.
The Village Repertory Co
The Village Repertory Company is an award winning professional theatre arts organization in residence in the historic Woolfe Street Playhouse. Founded in 2001, Village Rep produces comedy, drama and musicals as well as classic works and world premiere presentations.
Theater 99
Charleston's home for improv comedy! No scripts! All improv! SC's only professional improv theatre is guaranteed to make you laugh. Each high energy show is based on audience suggestion, making every show different from the last. Where the locals go! Non-smoking, in-house bar.
Theater 99
Charleston's home for improv comedy! No scripts! All improv! SC's only professional improv theatre is guaranteed to make you laugh. Each high energy show is based on audience suggestion, making every show different from the last. Where the locals go! Non-smoking, in-house bar.
Theatre Charleston
Theatre Charleston, a non-profit organization comprised of the area's leading local theatres, is your one-stop-shop to explore what's playing and purchase tickets to your favorite shows. Visit us at www.theatrecharleston.com and see a show tonight!
Tiger Lily
Voted "Charleston's Best Florist" since 2000, Tiger Lily is known for creating luxury floral designs and wedding decor. With locations downtown and on Kiawah, Tiger Lily delivers tos Charleston's best homes, hotels, restaurants and event venues daily.
Toast! of Charleston
Toast has been praised by the New York Times as “a must for breakfast” and has been voted best breakfast in Charleston. It is also the home of the Bottomless Mimosa every day! Toast! serves up great Lowcountry food in a carefree atmosphere.
Tour Charleston LLC
Offering The Historical Highlights of Charleston, The Ghosts of Charleston and customized private walking tours. Seventeen years conducting Charleston tours. No tour company can match our historical knowledge, service or quality. The New York Times/Southern Living/National Geographic Traveler.
Traveler of Charleston
A visitor magazine & website that highlights the best of Charleston! Featuring tours, attractions, restaurants, retail and includes maps, events, coupons and articles. View the magazine online or pick-up a copy at the Visitor Center or in your hotel lobby.
Two Meeting Street Inn
Overlooking Battery Park and the harbor, Charleston's signature Meeting Street inn showcases curved piazzas, arched columns, Tiffany windows and distinctive turret. Originally an exquisite wedding gift, the inn proudly continues its 65-year legacy of luxury accommodations and genuine Southern hospitality.
Two Meeting Street Inn
Overlooking Battery Park and the harbor, Charleston's signature Meeting Street inn showcases curved piazzas, arched columns, Tiffany windows and distinctive turret. Originally an exquisite wedding gift, the inn proudly continues its 65-year legacy of luxury accommodations and genuine Southern hospitality.
Union Provisions
Union Provisions is a lively American Brasserie where Executive Chef Chari Skinner crafts a menu of fresh, seasonal ingredients inspired by the San Francisco market . Housed in a historic, 114 year-old building, Union Provisions features a bustling bar and exceptional wine selection.
Verde
Verde is the Charleston area’s source for fresh, bright, and satisfying healthy food. Create your own salad or wrap from over 45 toppings and handmade dressings or choose one of our signature creations, for under $10. Downtown and Mount Pleasant.
Wachovia Bank
Broad St. Office, 16 Broad St., Charleston, SC 29401; 843.937.4550. Please visit our website at wachovia.com.
Walk Away Stays, LLC
Walk Away Stays, LLC is a full service property management firm specializing in unique monthly and short term executive rentals. We offer a wide array of concierge services to our guests, allowing them to experience true local living.
Waterfront Park
This park is an eight-acre linear park and pier along the Charleston Harbor entry. The park masterfully combines spectacular fountains, spacious lawns, intimate garden "rooms," walking and jogging path and a long pier with picnic tables and wooden swings.
Wentworth Grill
Fusing the freshest ingredients with creativity, Wentworth Grill hand crafts delightful entrees, enticing appetizers and desserts prepared from scratch. Paired with specialty cocktails and notable wines in a bistro environment sets the stage for its highly coveted fireside dinners. Reservations are suggested but not required.
Where Magazine
Where Charleston is a complete guide-to-go, and is as valuable to the first-time visitor as it is for the experienced traveler. Every issue comes loaded a compilation of picks on where to eat, things to do, arts and entertainment, shopping destinations and more.
Whisk Coffee & Juice Bar
Whisk bakery offers the finest, flakiest pastries, the freshest baked breads and garden crisps, colorful salads. The intoxicating aromas fill Meeting Street every morning as our master pastry chef and his staff produce exquisite pastries and a variety of coffees.
William Means Real Estate, LLC
For over 80 years, clients have turned to William Means Real Estate. Why? Some say it's our market knowledge and service. Others say it's our affiliation with Christie's International Real Estate. We believe it is all of the above. How may we help you?
Wonder Works
With toys for all ages of imagination, Charleston’s favorite local toy store fascinates visitors with 'wonderfuntastical' toys, gifts, books and gadgets that inspire creativity and a sense of wonder! Visit us in Mt. Pleasant, Charleston, West Ashley and Kiawah Island.
Woolfe Street Playhouse
Woolfe Street Playhouse is an excellent example of adaptive reuse of a historic warehouse. Built in 1914 as part of Consumer Ice Co., the building has been transformed into a facility for performance art and special events.