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Walks in History

Trip at a Glance

  • Locations

    Charleston, South Carolina, United States

  • Activities

    Heritage-History Tour, Sightseeing

  • Price
    Custom Price
  • Duration

    As arranged

  • Avg Distance

    As arranged

  • Departure Day(s) and Time(s)

    As arranged

  • Starting Location

    49 Broad Street, at the center of the original 1663 Grand Modell city design

  • Price Includes

    Guide Service

Highlights

  • See the historical highlights of Charleston, including the French Quarter, St. Michael's Church, and the imposing 4 corners of Law.
  • Hear the history of Charleston as you pass by the historic baracoon/slave hotel, Unity Alley, Harbor Castle, forts, islands, and the Atlantic Ocean.
  • Stroll down the longest cobblestone road of Charleston.

Guide

Trip Info

Join knowledgeable guide, Geordie Buxton, for a fact pact walking tour in the historic downtown area of Charleston, South Carolina. Discover the unique beauty of Charleston’s French Quarter with a native storyteller! 

This tour will take you to see many amazing attractions in the city, which may include the first Scottish Masonic temple in North America, St. Michael’s Church, Charleston’s Federal building, the Dock Street Theater, the French Huguenot Church and much more. Just take a relaxing stroll along narrow alleyways and cobblestone streets. Learn about the history associated with some of the city’s attractions, or just simply enjoy the architectural beauty and some of the hidden gems of Charleston.

This tour is great for anyone who is looking to see the city’s best and learn about the intriguing history of Charleston. Geordie is a proud Charlestonian who knows his city inside out, and he loves sharing his knowledge with other people. 

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