Your suggested itinerary showcases both the history and architecture that dates from early colonial times and still exists in Charleston today. The Rainbow Row of townhouses; St. Michael's Church (1761), where George Washington worshipped; and City Hall still stand. The town prospered and grew and that is reflected in the homes from the 1800s that become larger with that prosperity.
Magnificent mansions line the seawall that faces the harbor. And your guide will impart the stories of the historical significance of it all. A tour of the Nathaniel Russell House (c.1808) will show you how Charlestonians lived in this great north port city. You will see Fort Sumter, an island in the harbor, from the city at the entrance to Charleston Harbor. And though we won't include this, you will be able to return on your own to visit.
Catfish Row, which inspired the love story of Porgy and Bess, is in the heart of this 18th century town. You will travel through the large Victorian district as well.
Departures: 09:00 AM,
Meeting instructions: Specific pick up or taxi instructions will appear on your voucher after you purchase your trip.
Special instructions: - Food, beverages, and gratuities are not included in the price of this tour.
- Please dress comfortably.
- You will be able to leave items safely in the vehicle.