Soul of The City

Discover the significant imprint of Black history on Charleston, from the soulful flavors of Lowcountry cuisine to the coils of artistry woven into each handcrafted sweetgrass basket.
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Soul of The City Day One

Listen to the Gullah language, discover untold stories of the African American journey and get your fill of food that's good for the soul.

Go on a Gullah Tour

Get a Taste of Gullah Cuisine

Discover Untold Stories of the African American Journey

Spend the afternoon at the International African American Museum. Explore exhibits featuring historic figures and events from slavery to the civil rights movement to the present before visiting The Center for Family History, a groundbreaking resource that will help individuals advance their understanding of their family history and the role their ancestors played in shaping American history. *Opening January 2023

Head to Hannibal's

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Soul of The City Day Two

Support talented local artisans and pick up a beautifully crafted work of art to take home before winding down with a glass of wine.

Admire Works of Art

Continue Your Art Exploration

Continue to explore Charleston through the arts at the Steve Hazard Studio & Art Gallery in North Charleston, where you'll find beautifully unique works of art including kiln-fired fused glass and sand carved crystal. Be sure to make an appointment before you visit!

Enjoy Food Thats Good For The Soul

Make it to the Market

"Wine" Down

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Soul of The City Day Three

See the sights, soak up the history and sip craft cocktails on your final day in the Lowcountry.

Trace the Emergence of the Gullah Culture in the Lowcountry

Savor Award-Winning BBQ

Visit the Nation’s Premier Example of an Urban Plantation

Cheers Over Craft Cocktails