Charleston Historical City Walking Tour

Charleston Historical City Walking Tour
Walking & Biking Tours > Walking Tours > City Walk
$35
Duration: 90 minutes
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Description

Our most popular and diverse tour, A Walk Through Charleston is a comprehensive overview of Charleston history through the centuries. Charleston was founded in 1670 and quickly developed into the most cosmopolitan seaport on the continent. Come walk with us and learn about bawdy taverns & pirates, heroic patriots, the grandeur of antebellum architecture, the devastation of the Civil War, and much more. History will come alive as we stroll through the historic streets and gardens of the “Holy City”

Charleston was founded in 1670 and quickly developed into the most cosmopolitan seaport on the continent. Start your Guided Historic Walking Tour through Charleston at the Circular Fountain located at one of Charleston's popular sites, Waterfront Park. Enjoy a leisurely stroll through this historic city and listen as your guide provides you with a comprehensive overview of Charleston throughout the centuries. 

History will come alive as you listen to stories of bawdy taverns & pirates, heroic patriots, the grandeur of antebellum architecture, the devastation of the Civil War, and much more. Popular stops along this route include the  Battery,  Rainbow Row,  Waterfront Park,  Old Customs Exchange,  Nathaniel Russell House,  Whitepoint Garden, and  St. Michael's Church

Make sure to complete your visit to Charleston with this popular tour by booking ahead today!

Our most popular and diverse tour, A Walk Through Charleston is a comprehensive overview of Charleston history through the centuries. Charleston was founded in 1670 and quickly developed into the most cosmopolitan seaport on the continent. Come walk with us and learn about bawdy taverns & pirates, heroic patriots, the grandeur of antebellum architecture, the devastation of the Civil War, and much more. History will come alive as we stroll through the historic streets and gardens of the “Holy City”