Coastal South Carolina USA

Activities & Attractions

Charleston Attractions information

Boone Hall Plantation

Boone Hall is also one of America's oldest working, living plantations. We have been continuously growing and producing crops for over 320 years ...more detail

Charles Towne Landing State Historic Site

Walk on the very spot where English Colonists in 1670 established the first permanent European settlement in the Carolinas. ...more detail

Cypress Gardens

Located near Charleston, SC, Cypress Gardens offers visitors the rare experience of being one with nature ...more detail

Dock Street Theatre

The Dock Street Theater in downtown Charleston, South Carolina, may be the single most photographed spot in the city ...more detail

Drayton Hall

Drayton Hall is different. It’s the real thing ...more detail

Edmondston-Alston House

On High Battery, an elegant section of Charleston, this house was one of the earliest constructed in the city in the late Federal style ...more detail

Fort Moultrie

Fort Moultrie is a unit of Fort Sumter National Monument. The site is located on Sullivan's Island ...more detail

Fort Sumter National Monument

Situated on a small man-made island in the bay guarding the entrance to Charleston Harbour ...more detail

Joseph Manigault House

Designed by gentleman architect Gabriel Manigault for his brother, Joseph, this three-story brick town-house ...more detail

Magnolia Plantation and its Gardens

Welcome to Magnolia Plantation and Gardens ...more detail

Middleton Place

MIDDLETON PLACE is a National Historic Landmark and a carefully preserved 18th-century plantation ...more detail

Old Exchange and Provost Dungeon

Few buildings in Charleston, South Carolina reflect the city's early history as dramatically and effectively as the Old Exchange Building and Provost Dungeon ...more detail

Palmetto Carriage Company

A carriage tour of Charleston is a blend of knowledge, wit, humor, and history ...more detail

Patriot's Point Navy and Maritime Museum

The history of Patriots Point Naval & Maritime Museum began in the summer of 1975 when the legendary aircraft carrier USS Yorktown ...more detail

Slave Mart Museum

The Old Slave Mart, located on one of Charleston's few remaining cobblestone streets, is the only known extant building used as a slave auction gallery in South Carolina. ...more detail

South Carolina Aquarium

The South Carolina Aquarium inspires conservation of the natural world by exhibiting and caring for animals, by excelling in education and research, and by providing an exceptional visitor experience. ...more detail

The Charleston Museum

Welcome to The Charleston Museum, America's First Museum, founded in 1773. Its mission is to preserve and interpret the cultural and natural history of Charleston and the South Carolina Lowcountry. ...more detail

The Nathaniel Russell House

Since 1808, visitors have admired the grand Federal townhouse of Charleston merchant Nathaniel Russell. ...more detail