North Charleston Convention Center
Beyond Van Gogh: The Immersive Experience
Conde Nast Traveler’s Best Place to See in South Carolina. America’s oldest unrestored plantation c. 1738 open daily for house tours, plantation tours, and museum exhibits.
Join an historian for a half-hour program and conversation focusing on the institution of slavery and the enslaved people whose labor built and maintained Middleton Place.
Originally built in 1755, the Museum houses an original family collection of decorative and fine art. The narrative includes two Founding Fathers and the people they enslaved.
Home to America’s oldest and most important landscaped gardens, the historic site encompasses 110 acres including the Gardens, House Museum, Stableyards, and Eliza’s House.
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Begin your Charleston experience where English settlers established the first permanent European colony in Carolina. See a 17th-century tall ship replica, cannons and a zoo!
From a signature lecture series to seasonal workshops and distinctive garden tours, we provide programs that celebrate the legacy of horticulture in the SC Lowcountry.
Sunset cruise, harbor tour, booze cruise – bring your family, work team or that special someone & let us introduce you to the sights & sounds of the harbor!
Intimate microbrewery offering tours plus pints, flights & to-go growlers of hand-crafted beer.
Ahoy there! We invite you aboard Charleston’s premier boat cruise! We supply beautiful water views, abundant wildlife, music, & a 90-minute boat cruise that you won't forget!
Come see why Travel and Leisure called Magnolia “One of America’s Most Beautiful Gardens” and why we’re consistently ranked among the top attractions in Charleston!
The oldest surviving church in the Carolinas, founded and built in 1706; a number of historic tombs are located in the church yard. Four services on Sundays.
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