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Ripley's Aquarium Myrtle Beach Admission
"Ripley’s Aquarium is South Carolina’s Most Visited Attraction. Enjoy an 87000-square foot attraction featuring thousands of marine animals. Come face-to-face with one of the largest collections of giant sharks on the East Coast as you ride along a 330-ft underwater moving glidepath. Ripley’s Aquarium also features hourly dive s"""Come and visit our Ripley's Aquarium in Myrtle Beach! Glide on the 330ft moving path beneath our dangerous Shark Tunnel! TOUCH sharks stingrays & even jellyfish! EXPERIENCE a world of eels colorful fish mermaids & poisonous predators!"
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Evening Carriage Tour of Downtown Charleston
"Choose either the 5:45pm tour or the 6pm tour. Then meet your guide and team of mules that will pull your carriage at the Big Red Barn located at 8 Guignard Street. Find a seat on the carriage and then begin your 35-minute tour of Downtown Charleston. Listen to your guide narrate the history of the Commercial District and learn about the buildings you pass. While going thro see the Old Exchange Building where George Washington visited. Admire several historic churches and their amazing architecture. Feel the cool evening breeze as you ride through the Waterfront Park on the Cooper River. Enjoy a relaxing and informative evening on this 35-m"""Enjoy the history and sights of Downtown Charleston on this 35-minute carriage ride. Learn about the buildings
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Savor the Flavors of Charleston
"Come join in as you walk talk and taste your way through Charleston. This 2.5-hour Charleston Culinary Tour will immerse you in the history and culture of the Lowcountry. You will discover how our unique cuisine has evolved over the past 300+ years while sampling delicious speci markets bakeries restaurants and culinary landmarks.Typical tastings include:Stone Ground Grits Charleston Benne Wafers Locally Made Gourmet Chocolates Southern Pralines Sweet Tea Collard Greens Lowcountry Bar""
From $60.00

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I'd have to say this is an ok tourist trap: the Cotton Exchange. Located on the water front, it is a two story maze of quaint shops and great restuarants. Heck, I go there to find interesting gifts...
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The Battleship North Carolina

the u. s. s. north carolina is docked on the cape fear river across from the riverwalk in downtown. the battleship north carolina was built in 1941 and was the first new construction battleship to...
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The Cotton Exchange

the cotton exchange is a collection of eight historic buildings on water and front streets. these buildings once housed a cotton exchange, a flour mill. a printing company, and a seed merchant. today...
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Shallotte River Swamp Park

WOW! What an experience, there is all sorts of things to do for all ages. A 2.5 hour Zip Line Canopy tour, a 53 obstacle Aerial Adventure Park, Eco Boat Tours, Hiking Trails and More. Finally there...
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Wilmington's City Hall/Thalian...

this beautiful greek revival building was built in 1858. thalian hall was designed by architect john m. trimble. over the years this building has served as wilmington's city hall, opera house, and is...
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Orton Plantation

This beautiful plantation is currently not open to the public. Louis Moore Bacon, a descendant of the family that built the property, bought Orton Plantation late in 2010. It has been closed for...
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Latimer House

The Latimer House is a bit difference because you don't just tour the inside, it's a meeting place for you to take walking tours of the downtown area. In addition to being open for tourists, it's home...
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