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English Experience EXPLORE

Your adventure begins the moment you land at the beautiful Charleston International Airport, which now offers a new direct route between the United Kingdom and Charleston via British Airways! Get ready to #ExploreCharleston.

Middleton Place

Charleston Antiques Show

Walking Tour

They say you need to walk a mile in someone else's shoes to see where they are coming from. Take a stroll through Charleston's cobblestone streets and hear the stories they have to tell on a guided walking tour, including Bulldog Tours, featured in Southern Living and recommended by The New York Times.

Festival of Houses & Gardens

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English Experience SHOP

Emporiums filled with antiques. Tradition-steeped, handcrafted items. Jewelry featuring gilded bugs. Save room in your luggage for souvenirs!

Croghan's Jewel Box

This sparkling nook is a treasure trove of heirloom silver, estate jewelry and classic gifts. Sisters Mariana Ramsay Hay and Rhett Ramsay Outten are the third generation owners of this gleaming boutique that has been in business for more than 100 years.

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Charleston City Market

M. Dumas & Sons

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English Experience DINE

Ready for your taste of Charleston's award-winning cuisine? Enjoy all of your favorite drinks and eats, but with a true Lowcountry twist!

Callie's Charleston Biscuit

There's British biscuits, and then there's Charleston biscuits. A visit to the Lowcountry means swapping the crunchy cookie for pillowy buttermilk bliss. Pop in to Callie's, featured in Saveur, The New York Times and Food & Wine, to sample a wide selection of both sweet and savory biscuits.

Charleston Tea

The first boatload of colonists imported the ritual of drinking tea, a touchstone to remind them of Mother England. And now, you can sip and sample a variety of tea flavors before enjoying an old-fashioned trolley ride at the 127-acre Charleston Tea Plantation, the only tea garden in North America!

Poogan's Porch

Enjoy all of the fixings of a traditional full English breakfast (bacon: check! eggs: check! fried green tomatoes: check!) with a Southern twist at Poogan's Porch. This family-owned restaurant has been serving southern fare, including homemade buttermilk biscuits and She Crab Soup, since 1976.

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