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Historic Charleston Walking Tour
"Discover the essentials of historic Charleston on this 2 hour walking tour. After meeting your guide near the Historic City Market you'll continue through the heart of the Old Walled City passing famed Charleston French Quarter before walking down to the tip of the peninsula at White Point Gardens also known as the Battery. On your walk encounter hundreds of historic homes buildings beautifully designed and manicured gardens as well as stately churches. From 1670 through the Civil War and up to the Charleston Modern Renaissance period your guide will entertain you with Charleston’s rich and colorful history.Points of Interest on your tour will include: Historic Charleston Market
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Historic Charleston Walking Tour
"Discover the essentials of historic Charleston on this 2 hour walking tour. After meeting your guide near the Historic City Market you'll continue through the heart of the Old Walled City passing famed Charleston French Quarter before walking down to the tip of the peninsula at White Point Gardens also known as the Battery. On your walk encounter hundreds of historic homes buildings beautifully designed and manicured gardens as well as stately churches. From 1670 through the Civil War and up to the Charleston Modern Renaissance period your guide will entertain you with Charleston’s rich and colorful history.Points of Interest on your tour will include: Historic Charleston Market
From $20.00
 
Historic Charleston Walking Tour
"Discover the essentials of historic Charleston on this 2 hour walking tour. After meeting your guide near the Historic City Market you'll continue through the heart of the Old Walled City passing famed Charleston French Quarter before walking down to the tip of the peninsula at White Point Gardens also known as the Battery. On your walk encounter hundreds of historic homes buildings beautifully designed and manicured gardens as well as stately churches. From 1670 through the Civil War and up to the Charleston Modern Renaissance period your guide will entertain you with Charleston’s rich and colorful history.Points of Interest on your tour will include: Historic Charleston Market
From $20.00

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Battery Park and White Point Garden

Battery Park and White Point Garden offer views of Fort Sumter, scenic antebellum homes, and a number of historic monuments. Located at the southeastern point of the city, the area was established...
Ewingjr98
May 05, 2012

edmonston-alston house

this home was built by charles edmonston in 1825. edmonston made his fortune as a merchant and wharf owner. this house is considered one of the best examples of regency style architecture in...
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doug48
May 26, 2011

Battery Park--Distant View of Fort Sumter

Battery Park* was just a hop, skip and a jump from our B&B, Two Meeting Street. From it's front porch we could see the park and the river beyond it. Those wishing to enjoy a morning or early...
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VeronicaG
Sep 10, 2010

The Battery

The Battery is a park at the end of Charleston peninsula that use to serve as defensive batteries to protect the city if Fort Sumter fell. Today it's a peaceful park with monuments reminding of its...
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Jim_Eliason
Feb 14, 2009

Chill out at the Battery

If you're looking for a beautiful place in Charleston to relax, try the Battery. It's a park at the very southern tip of Charleston. You can grab a piece of bench for some shade, see some of the best...
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spgood301
Jun 15, 2008

Houses on the Battery

One of the houses that's open to the public for tours on the Battery is the Edmondston-Alston House. It's a great Regency style house and the tours are operated by very nice and friendly guides. One...
LilaLinz
Jun 29, 2007

E. Bay Street & The Battery- A Must See!!!

E. BAY STREET- Take E. Bay St. from Market St. down to the Battery. Along this road you will see Rainbow Row (a street of houses painted every color of the rainbow) and The Old Exchange Building. The...
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TheTravelingNerd
May 07, 2007

Battery Park

At the end of the Battery is Battery Park. It's a cute park with a big white gazebo. Make sure you take a picture of you next to one of the old cannons around the perimeter of the park. Look out at...
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TheTravelingNerd
May 07, 2007

porcher-simonds house

the porcher-simonds house was built in 1856 by francis j. porcher. porcher was a cotton broker and president of the atlantic phosphate company. the home was remodeled in the renaissance revival style...
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doug48
Apr 14, 2007

john ravenel house

this italianate mansion was built in 1849 by john ravenel. ravenel was a leading planter, merchant, and shipper in charleston. the italianate bracketed cornice, window cornices and arches were added...
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doug48
Apr 14, 2007

andrew simonds house

this italian renaissance revival mansion was built for the banker andrew simonds in 1893. this home was designed by f.p. dinkelberg who later worked with daniel burnham on the design of the flatiron...
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doug48
Apr 14, 2007

The Battery

The southern point of Charleston is the Battery Area, a tip of the city where ages ago cannons fired at British Ships as Naval commanders watched from balconies on many of the still standing houses...
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HotSpotJ
Apr 08, 2007
 
 
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Things to Do Near Battery Park

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Rainbow Row

Rainbow Row is the name for a series of thirteen colorful historic houses in Charleston. These 13 houses are located north of Tradd St. and south of Elliot St. on East Bay Street. It is referred to as...
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St. Michael's Episcopal Church

St Michael's Episcopal Church is the oldest church structure in Charleston. It was built from 1751 to 1761 on the former site of the original St Phillips Church, which was completed in 1681 and...
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St. Philip's Episcopal Church

The original St Philip's Church was established in 1681 at the site of the present St Michael's Church. In 1710 this wooden church structure was damaged by a hurricane, and was rebuilt nearby in 1723....
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Nathaniel Russell House

Built in 1808 by wealthy merchant, this home Neoclassical style has 9600 square feet of space with 6000 square feet for liveable area. The front entrance is of grand style of those days and the rest...
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Old Exchange and Provost Dungeon

The Old Exchange Building is run by the South Carolina Society of the Daughters of American Revolution, the Old Exchange and offers public tours of its three floors that highlight various aspects of...
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Historic Charleston City Market

Located at 188 Meeting Street A plaque outside the Market Building reads: "On this site stands one of Charleston's oldest public facilities in continuous use. The CHARLESTON CITY MARKET. Earlier...
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2 Murray Blvd., 2 Murray Blvd

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