Step into history, as you walk Boone Hall Plantation's historic "Avenue of Oaks" and explore its famous grounds and gardens. Come to Boone Hall Plantation to see a way of life that is now just a ghost of the past...a memory of a time when the South lived by agriculture alone. Boone Hall is located about ten miles from downtown Charleston.
Clippity-clop your way back to Colonial times, where a horse-drawn carriage tour will reveal over 300 years of history, including antebellum mansions, churches, and gardens on this Charleston Horse-Drawn Carriage Tour.
Comprehensive minibus tour of Charleston that is both a history lesson and an awesome experience. See The Battery, Rainbow Row, the Market, and hundreds of historic houses and churches from an air-conditioned minibus with maximum visibility.
Experience the finest that Charleston has to offer on the Gone with the Wind Charleston City & Mansion Tour...you will see it all! The French Quarter, the Rainbow Row of incredible homes in pastel colors, the Market, Old Citadel. Stop at the famed Battery overlooking Fort Sumter (where the first shot of the Civil War was fired). Complete your visit with a step back in time to the Joseph Manigault House - a grand southern mansion with fine antiques and beautiful architecture. The house has been featured on America's Castles and is a National Historic Landmark.
Gone with the Wind Charleston City Tour, a fun and historic trip through America's historic past that includes The French Quarter, the Rainbow Row of incredible homes in pastel colors, the Market, and the Old Citadel. Experience a stop at the famed Battery overlooking Fort Sumter (where the first shot of the Civil War was fired).
Tour of historic Charleston as 300 years of American history come alive. Includes tour of the elegant interior of a restored historic home.
Tour of historic Charleston as 300 years of American history come alive. The Historic Charleston Tour provides a journey back in time as our licensed guides explain the beauty and charm of one of America's most historic cities.
Touring Charleston with the absolute joy of being on the breezy waters and relaxing in comfort on the observation deck of a wonderful touring vessel. Your professional USCG licensed captain narrates the rich history; local points of interest and facts about Charleston Harbor The 90-minute non-stop Historic Harbor Boat Tour in Charleston captures the history of the Holy City from a unique perspective.
Make the highlight of your visit to Charleston a step back in time with this tour of Magnolia Plantation combined with a tour of the City of Charleston. Take the City Tour to see the French Quarter, the Rainbow Row of incredible homes in pastel colors, the Market, Old Citadel, and stop at the famed Battery overlooking Fort Sumter (where the first shot of the Civil War was fired). Then it's on to the Magnolia Plantation. Take the Plantation Nature Tram, visit the house, and peaceful and inspiring Biblical Garden.
Let us introduce you to Magnolia Plantation, the area's oldest plantation. Considered by many experts to be "the most beautiful garden in the world" for over one hundred years, its reputation today is kept alive by the plantings today which offer the maximum color possible during every season. There is beauty everywhere you turn!
Completely narrated tour to a 1730's plantation home and rice plantation, combined with a tour of the city of Charleston. Middleton Plantation's magnificent formal gardens have survived revolution, Civil War, and earthquake to remain one of the most lovely places to see in America today. This all day adventure also includes Charleston's most famous sights.
Completely narrated tour to a 1730's plantation home and rice plantation. The magnificent formal gardens have survived revolution, Civil War, and earthquake to remain one of the most lovely places to see in America today. Shuttle service to and from all downtown Historic area hotels and most of the hotels surrounding Charleston is included - a great alternative to locating an all day parking space! Middleton Place is about 30-40 minutes outside of Charleston.
Let a 4th generation native introduce you to the rich history of Charleston! This guided walk offers picturesque views of the splendid thoroughfares and alleyways, and some of the most lovely gardens and landmarks in the Low Country.
Considered one of the top five things to do in Charleston, join us for our exhilarating daily sails to escape the crowded streets and sweltering heat of downtown Charleston, SC. Take in the Holy City the way it was meant to be seen, from the peaceful waters of Charleston Harbor, as we mingle with dolphins, pelicans and gulls on our two hour sailing tours.
If spooky stories, phantasms and tales about events that can only be described as "supernatural" are your thing, then you should check out the Charleston Ghost Cruise. Feel the cool breeze of the Charleston Harbor air at twilight as you listen to tales of lost fortunes and tragic deaths while you cruise Charleston's dark harbor waves. Even if you don't encounter an actual ghost, you'll still have a lot of fun learning about Charleston's haunted history!
The treats abound on this nighttime Halloween ghost sail in Charleston! You'll hear spooky stories about Charleston's past, and the ghosts and spirits who are rumored to haunt this incredible American city still. As you listen to your friendly guide, you'll glide on top of the Charleston Harbor waters on an 84-foot sailboat, which provides as smooth a sail as you could hope for, and see the impressive Arthur Ravenel Jr. Bridge, one of the longest cable-stayed bridges in the Western Hemisphere, as well as the many historic homes and churches that line the Charleston Battery.
Experience the best of the Holy City from land and water on the Charleston Harbor and Historic City Bus Tour Combo. Starting with a 90 minute bus tour, you'll see the historic neighborhoods that Charleston is known for while your licensed, professional tour guides share their extensive knowledge of nearly 350 years of Charleston's history. After your bus tour, hop aboard an 80-foot touring boat for a 90 minute tour of Charleston Harbor with over 75 points of interest.
Get up close and personal with the Low Country's most playful marine mammals on the small group Charleston Harbor Dolphin Eco Sail. Come aboard this 27 foot catamaran and set out in search of dolphin, sea turtles and other marine wildlife that live in the waterways of Charleston, South Carolina. This daytime sail is a great adventure for all nature lovers and environmentalists, and also takes you around to view some of Charleston's historic sites.
Acquaint yourself with beautiful Charleston on this spectacular and educational history tour by boat. Your knowledgeable guide will provide you with a thorough review of the city's rich heritage and colorful maritime history, covering over 340 years of Charleston's fascinating past. See for yourself why Charleston is considered one of America's most popular and beautiful port cities by booking a spot on this great boat tour!
Enjoy Charleston Harbor at sunset while listening to the fascinating history of the city during the holidays on the Charleston Harbor Holiday Boat Cruise. This is a wonderful experience for the whole family. Curl up with your loved ones, have a warm drink, view the historic homes decorated along the water front, and share in the nostalgia of the most popular time of year in the Holy City. Complimentary hot chocolate and cookies will be provided.
The small group Charleston Harbor Sunset Sail offers extraordinary views of the Holy City from the water. End your day in Charleston with a 90 minute harbor sail, featuring warm sea breezes, incredible pastel-colored skies, and dramatic views of the glowing sun setting peacefully in the distance.
Discover Charleston fascinating history through its exquisite architecture and gorgeous gardens on this small group walking tour through this beautiful city. Included with this stroll through history is admission to several home museums. Hear stories passed down through generations by one of Charleston's best storytellers. Reserve your spot on this tour and learn how the city's earliest settlers gave rise to a style that is rich in culture and as unique to Charleston today as it was hundreds of years ago!
If you're interested in learning about Charleston’s tideland treasures, the Charleston Nature Eco Cruise is for you. You'll see numerous species of birds in their natural habitat, marine creatures pulled to the surface via crab pots, and the beauty of the maritime forest on a Charleston Harbor barrier island, where you'll be able to stretch your legs and look for shells.
Enjoy Charleston’s premier small group walking tour that will take you in the footsteps of patriots and pirates as your guide weaves the story of Charleston’s fascinating and rich history.
On this walking tour you will learn about Charleston’s role as a principal setting in the American slave trade. As you walk through historic Charleston you will explore capture in Africa, the journey through the infamous Middle Passage, processing at the docks in Charleston, and the domestic trade up to 1865.