12 Hours In Historic Charleston, SC Iconic Must Sees
Explore history at Fort Sumter
Ride the ferry departing from Liberty Square. Book in advance at FortSumterTours.com
Spend time walking through the fort and learning about the different battles Fort Sumter has seen.
Cross the Arthur Ravenel Jr. bridge to Sullivan’s Island
A view of the bridge from the ferry. Built in 2005, it spans over 1,500 feet across the bay.
Grab a treat at Beardcat’s Sweet Shop.
Gelato, pastries, cookies, coffee, and more. Perfect place for a treat on a hot day!
Cross the bridge again and walk historic downtown. Stop & shop at the City Market.
Admire historic architecture, charming cobblestone streets, and find shopping & dining.
Take a tour of the Williams Mansion, aka Calhoun Mansion.
Built circa 1876, the house and gardens are beautiful. Get tour tickets at CalhounMansion.net
Admire the homes along Rainbow Row.
Known as the longest cluster of Georgian style row homes in the US. 13 beautiful historic and colorful homes. Perfect for photos!
Visit the iconic Pineapple Fountain in Waterfront Park created in 1990.
Waterfront Park is a beautiful area with views of the river and near restaurants and shopping.
Walk the Battery, a historic seawall and promenade.
Admire the views of the ocean on one side and historic homes on the other.
Walk through the Oak trees at White Point Garden.
Gorgeous views of Fort Sumter and Charleston Harbor, and find a little history. Perfect place for photos!
And if you have more time while visiting, check out this Jumprope of 12 Things To Do In Charleston, SC With (or WITHOUT) Kids
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