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Sightseeing i Charleston

Tree
“An incredible 400+ year old tree. Good for a quick sight or bring lunch for a picnic.”
133 lokale anbefaler
Monument / Landmark
“just off the beach of Sullivan's Island, overlooking Cooper River & Fort Sumpter”
7 lokale anbefaler
Historic Site
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“Step back in time with a half-hour guided tour of the Drayton family home, the third to grace the site in more than three centuries of Drayton family occupation. The current main House – the core of which was built prior to the Revolutionary War near Summerville, South Carolina and floated down the Ashley River to Magnolia after the Civil War — gives a glimpse of plantation life in the 19th century and beyond. Ten rooms are open to the public, furnished with early-American antiques, porcelain, quilts, and other Drayton family heirlooms. Guides describe life in the 19th century, using furniture and household objects to bring plantation culture alive. You may visit the History Room after the tour where another guide is available to answer questions and provide more information on the current owners of the Plantation.”
107 lokale anbefaler
Historic Site
“A National Historic Landmark, home to the oldest landscaped gardens in America and an enduring, vibrant, and essential part of the Charleston and American experience, Middleton Place is owned and operated by the Middleton Place Foundation. The Foundation, a 501(c)(3) educational trust established in 1974, uses historic preservation, documented research, and interpretation as a force for education, understanding, and positive change.”
59 lokale anbefaler
Historic Site
“See where the first shots of the Civil war were fired.....and get a harbor tour as a bonus!”
25 lokale anbefaler
Monument / Landmark
“Revolutionary War fort and other side of the harbor from Ft Sumter. Worth a visit then head to one of the great beach bars on Sullivan’s Island ”
25 lokale anbefaler
Museum
“Because you want to enter in to history and learn about Charleston's past. Great gardens and shop too. ”
5 lokale anbefaler
Museum
“A great historic mansion with quality tour guides and a beautiful garden too”
7 lokale anbefaler
Tree
“This massive Live Oak tree is believed to be over 1500 years old! The native tree measures 25.5 feet in circumference and 65 feet tall. The area of shade encompasses 17,000 square feet! ”
3 lokale anbefaler
Historic Site
“Small park with picnic tables, restrooms and a museum set up in the Snee Farm house. Free access; free parking. ”
2 lokale anbefaler
Tree
“Nature lovers, photographers, and anyone looking for the perfect meditation or picnic spot won't want to miss seeing the Angel Oak Tree. Seriously spectacular... totally enchanting.”
3 lokale anbefaler
Tree
“Angel Oak is a Southern live oak (Quercus virginiana) located Angel Oak Park on Johns Island near Charleston, South Carolina. The tree is estimated to be 400-500 years old. Tree huggers will love this old tree. It is truly an amazing sight. ”
1 lokal anbefaler
Museum
“Check out the absolutely breath taking plantation where The Notebook was filmed!”
1 lokal anbefaler
Historic Site
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