Things to Do in Charleston

Charleston, SC

Charleston, South Carolina is one of America’s oldest cities, known for its rich history, well-preserved architecture, and delicious cuisine; which makes it a destination vacation spot for adults and families in search of a low-key getaway loaded with fun.

Attractions

Fort Sumter was fired on by Confederate troops in 1861, famously sparking the American Civil War, making the preserved historical site a must-visit for every American.

Boone Hall Plantation offers visitors a glimpse into the past as they tour America’s oldest working plantation, including the manor house and the former slave quarters.rings the mystery and majesty of the ill-fated, maiden voyage of TITANIC to life with artifacts and recreations that truly dazzle.

Charleston Harbor Tours cruises guests around Charleston harbor, showcasing the area’s rich history and other points of interest.

The Charleston Museum was founded in 1773 and commonly regarded as “America’s First Museum.” Guests can explore the history of the area including artifacts and armaments from the Civil War.

Charleston Zipline Adventures treats adventurers big and small to a one-of-a-kind tour of Charleston’s natural areas by zipping through the trees, high above the wildlife and foliage.

Entertainment

The Ghosts of Charleston Tour leads guests through the city, pointing out the most haunted places while trained storytellers weave tales that will send shivers down your spine.

Family Circle Tennis Center offers players, young and old, championship quality facilities to practice, compete, or play for fun.

Country Club of Charleston befits the country’s oldest city as one of its oldest golf clubs, and currently resides on the scenic McLeod Plantation with 900 acres on the Ashley River.

Very Charleston Tour treats visitors to a stroll through town led by a historical guide who will entertain guests with the history of the city.

Kiawah Island Golf Resort services all levels of sportsmen, from beginner to pro, offering up miles of beautiful fairways and greens.

Dining & Drinks

Swig & Swine offers diners heaps and heaps of charbroiled barbecue meats, tasty veggies and plentiful amounts of beans.

Hominy Grill is a local favorite most famous for its southern classic shrimp and grits dish.

Magnolias presents upscale dining with a South Carolinian menu including Magnolia's fried chicken platter with perfect gravy, collard greens and sweet corn.