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    Old City Walking Tour

    Old Walled City Tours
    Looking to get your intellectual bearings in Charleston? This educational exploration of the Old Walled City will put you on the right path! Stroll alongside a local guide for an informed and personalized perspective that you won't find in a guide book. Enjoy insights, anecdotes, and friendly banter. Follow the footsteps of the ghosts of Charleston's past as you explore the streets around the Old French Quarter and South of the Broad, and make your way to the Battery and White Point Gardens. Altogether, expect to cover about 1.5 miles over two illuminating hours! Highlights include Rainbow Row, St. Michael's Church, the Old Powder Magazine, the Old Slave Mart, the Pink House, and the Old Exchange Building. Have a particular interest? As a private tour, you can elect to focus on Civil War History, architecture, or both! Now that's Southern hospitality!
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    Top Tour & McLeod Plantation

    Charleston Ventures
    Once upon a time, in a magical land called Charleston.... ...there was a wonderful tour guide and a happy tourist -- that's you! On this incredible tour, suitable for Charleston newbies AND locals who want to learn more about their city, you'll walk through the cobblestone streets of Charleston, delighting in the vibrant history and beautiful sites of the city! You will see gorgeous architecture, hidden alleys, the Four Corners of Law, Rainbow Row, historic mansions of the wealthy, lush gardens, the City Market, Fort Sumter, Fort Moultrie, and the historic harbor. After the walking tour, the fun doesn't stop! You'll then go into the McLeod Plantation to tour the sites homes and buildings, learn about daily life and relationships of all who lived on the property, study the cultivation and importance of seaside cotton, and continue learning about the city's rich history. Join the fun and let the town's southern charm enchant you! ...And they all lived happily ever after!
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    Guided Nature Tour & Cruise of Charleston Harbor

    Sandlapper Water Tours
    True, Charleston is mostly known for it's amazing architecture and human history. However, there's a whole incredible natural side that many tourists are missing. The Guided Nature Tour & Cruise of Charleston Harbor is the perfect way to experience the wildlife of Charleston. You'll float by notable natural sites aboard "The Palmetto." Your naturalist guide will give you detailed information on the habitats of the area and the critters that call them home. "The Palmetto" has the capability to land right on shore, so you can feel free to hop off and explore some of the harbors beaches and other sites. There's a whole lot more to Charleston than old brick mansions. Discover its natural side aboard with Sandlapper Water Tours.
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    McLeod Plantation Tour

    Charleston Ventures
    Once upon a time, in a magical land called Charleston.... ...there was a wonderful tour guide and a happy tourist -- that's you! On this incredible tour, suitable for Charleston newbies AND locals who want to learn more about their city, you'll walk through the McLeod plantation, diving into the vibrant history and beautiful sites of the property! You will see a gorgeous tour of the house, grounds, and former slave quarters, gain insight into home's role during the revolutionary and Civil Wars, and learn about the hard lives of the enslaved people who were kept there. Join this tour to find out what the area was really like, so many years ago!
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    Top Tour & Drayton Hall Tour

    Charleston Ventures
    Once upon a time, in a magical land called Charleston.... ...there was a wonderful tour guide and a happy tourist -- that's you! On this incredible tour, suitable for Charleston newbies AND locals who want to learn more about their city, you'll walk through the cobblestone streets of Charleston, delighting in the vibrant history and beautiful sites! You will see gorgeous architecture, hidden alleys, the Four Corners of Law, Rainbow Row, beautiful mansions, lush gardens, the City Market, Fort Sumter, Fort Moultrie, and the historic harbor. After the walking tour the fun doesn't stop! You'll then go into Drayton Hall, to join a tour of the house and grounds, enjoy the marsh and river walks, and visit America's oldest active African-American cemetery. Join this tour to find out what the area was really like, so many years ago!
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