Charleston: Strolls Walking Tour

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Charleston: Strolls Walking Tour

From $37 per person

Take a 2-hour historic Charleston walking tour, where carriages and motorcoaches are not allowed. This fascinating tour is filled with stories and traditions revealing Charleston’s rich history and colorful past.

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Free cancellation
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Covid-19 precautions
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Mobile ticketing
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Duration 2 hours
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Live tour guide
English

Experience

Highlights
  • See notable sites such as Rainbow Row, the Historic Waterfront Battery, and Antebellum Mansions
  • Discover beautiful hidden gardens and courtyards
  • Receive insider tips from your local guide
Full description
A Charleston classic since 1979, this two-hour walking tour through America’s most charming historic district is sure to be the highlight of your visit to historic Charleston. Join a local guide on this walking tour and receive a wealth of historical information and “insider tips” on where to stay, dine, and things to do. Let the knowledgeable tour guide show you some of Charleston’s most famed landmarks as well as give you glimpses of this historic city that you can only see on foot. The pace of the walking tour is leisurely and the guides are there to answer any questions that you may have as you stroll through the cradle of southern charm and hospitality. Visit some of Charlestons most notable landmarks including Rainbow Row, the Waterfront Battery, Antebellum Mansions as well as points of interest from the Revolutionary and Civil Wars. Get amazing views of Fort Sumter and discover hidden gardens, courtyards, historic churches, and graveyards.  If selecting the VIP option, you will also receive entrance into the oldest museum home in the city, The Heyward Washington House. This Georgian-style double house and was once the townhome of Thomas Heyward Jr, one of the four South Carolina signatories of the Declaration of Independence. The house also played host to President George Washington during his week-long stay in the city. You will see the only 1740s kitchen building open to the public in the city, as well as the beautiful formal gardens used in the late 18th century.
Includes
  • Local Guide
  • Hotel pickup
  • Gratuities
Covid-19 precautions
Safety measures in place
  • All areas that customers touch are frequently cleaned
  • The number of visitors is limited to reduce crowds
Traveler requirements
  • You are required to bring and wear a mask

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    115 Meeting St, Charleston, SC 29401, USA.

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