Sleep Inn Charleston

1524 Savannah Highway, US 17 S, Charleston, South Carolina, 29407, United States
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Rate Charge

by MarilynLee

How much is it to tour the Battery in Charleston,SC. We are bringing a group there August 29th. Some are Senior Citizens

Re: Rate Charge

by lostsooner55

Visit: (www.dicoversouthcarolina.com/products/359.aspx). According to the web site there is no charge to visit. Gary

Re: Rate Charge

by DogPerson

The Battery is a park-like area, there is no charge to enjoy it. It is in the Historic District of Charleston on the Ashley River. Charleston is a walk friendly city with much history. The Battery is a nice walk from the Market, many wonderful restaurants, antique and art shops, port, museums, historic churchs, homes and buildings galore. For those who have difficulty walking, there are horse drawn tours with excellent guides. Some things to see, but not free are: Charleston Landing (original settlement), Fort Sumter, Patriot's Point, Aquarium, Armed Forces Museum, plays, concerts and much more.
On the nearby islands are beaches, light houses, the HUGE Angel Oak and more forts. There is much to enjoy in Charleston.

Re: Rate Charge

by DogPerson

The Battery is a park-like area, there is no charge to enjoy it. It is in the Historic District of Charleston on the Ashley River. Charleston is a walk friendly city with much history. The Battery is a nice walk from the Market, many wonderful restaurants, antique and art shops, port, museums, historic churchs, homes and buildings galore. For those who have difficulty walking, there are horse drawn tours with excellent guides. Some things to see, but not free are: Charleston Landing (original settlement), Fort Sumter, Patriot's Point, Aquarium, Armed Forces Museum, plays, concerts and much more.
On the nearby islands are beaches, light houses, the HUGE Angel Oak and more forts. There is much to enjoy in Charleston.

Travel Tips for Charleston

Downtown Parking

by MandaJ320

It's easy to find parking downtown if you know where to look. The Battery always has a few parking spaces, and it's always free, so if you don't mind walking, it's a good place. Also, there are two parking garages near East Bay Street on your left near the market if you're heading downtown (you will see the signs), and one on King Street, which is also near the market area. Other than these, you'll have to find a meter to use.

Sweetgrass baskets are one of...

by Stevel47

Sweetgrass baskets are one of a kind hand made orginals. The techniques used to create sweetgrass baskets were first developed in West Africa In the late 17th century. The weaving skills have been passed down from generation to generation. The sweetgrass is found in marshes or swamp lands in Mt. Pleasant and James Island. You can find these artisans practicing their craft throughout the Market Area or along the roadside on Hwy. 17 North in Mt. Pleasant.

Sweetgrass baskets

by ZanieOR

Sweetgrass basket making is an art that has been handed down from generation to generation (mostly women), and is part of the uniquely low country Gullah culture.
The art was brought to the coastal islands of South Carolina and Georgia by slaves from West Africa. The materials have been modified but the techniques are centuries old.
They are coiled baskets made of sweetgrass harvested in the spring and summer on the edge of the dunes near the ocean, often decorated with longleaf pine needles and woven together with strips of palmetto leaves.

Sweetgrass baskets have been exhibited at such places as the Smithsonian. They are beautiful and not inexpensive -- I can't remember the price tag of baskets I saw in Charleston, but I just looked on-line and there were some selling from $130-$275, which actually isn't prohibitive if looked at as a work of art rather than just a souvenir.
They sold by artisans in a number of places, including the Old City Market in downtown Charleston.

Fort Moultrie - Sullivan's Island

by grandmaR

The most important part of Fort Moultrie history was the first decisive victory in the American Revolution. After a nine and one-half hour battle, ten British warships were defeated by South Carolina Patriots manning a half completed unnamed fort built of palmetto logs and sand on Sullivan’s Island. After the battle, the fort was named Fort Moultrie in honor of its commanding officer, Colonel William Moultrie. The fort defenders discovered that the palmetto logs just absorbed the cannon balls fired by British warships and rendered them harmless. Plus of course, the British fleet commander made a number of mistakes in deploying his fleet and ended up running several ships aground right under the guns of Fort Moultrie.

The current fort is the third Fort Moultrie which was built in 1809. The exhibits in the museum cover the whole history of coastal defense in this area instead of concentrating solely on the Revolutionary War battle. When we visited there was a Civil War Reinactment, and those pictures are on my Fort Moultrie page

In addition to the various exhibits at the fort, this is also the burial place of Seminole Chief Osceola.

Open daily, 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.; closed New Year's Day, Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day

Seniors (62 and over): $1.00 Adults (17 and over): $3.00 Children (16 and under): Free Family: $5.00 Annual Pass: $20.00

deep sea fishing

by MandaJ320

you can catch a charter boat early in the morning from Shem Creek (in Mt. Pleasant) that will take you deep sea fishing all day. there are different sized boats and different styled captains, so choose wisely! :-)

i used to go out on the "Silver Dolphin" all the time when i was little, although i'm not sure if it still runs anymore. there are other boats, that are bigger, like the "Thunderstar" and the "Atlantic Star" that hold more passengers.

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Address: 1524 Savannah Highway, US 17 S, Charleston, South Carolina, 29407, United States