Circular Church in Downtown Charleston, South Carolina - this church has one of the oldest graveyards in the state

Ultimate Offbeat Guide to Charleston, South Carolina

Circular Church in Downtown Charleston, South Carolina - this church has one of the oldest graveyards in the state

Historic Charleston, South Carolina Horse Carriage Tour can be booked through #absocharleston #visitcharleston

Historic Charleston, South Carolina Horse Carriage Tour can be booked through #absocharleston #visitcharleston

FREE Map of the Historic Charleston Market, Charleston City Market, Historic Downtown Charleston, SC

FREE Map of the Historic Charleston Market, Charleston City Market, Historic Downtown Charleston, SC

magnolia restaurant charleston - Carpet bagger plate was awesome. Beef filets and fried oysters.

Magnolia’s – now that we’ve had lunch can we go get something to eat?

magnolia restaurant charleston - Carpet bagger plate was awesome. Beef filets and fried oysters.

Welcome to Charleston's oldest inn, Two Meeting Street, with just nine airy bedrooms full of antiques— Tiffany stained-glass windows; Audubon prints; Venetian glass fixtures. Settle into one of the rocking chairs on the wraparound porch and take in the sunset over Battery Park.

T+L's Definitive Guide to Charleston

Welcome to Charleston's oldest inn, Two Meeting Street, with just nine airy bedrooms full of antiques— Tiffany stained-glass windows; Audubon prints; Venetian glass fixtures. Settle into one of the rocking chairs on the wraparound porch and take in the sunset over Battery Park.

"Charleston City Market.  Steeped in history and charm, the Charleston City Market is a popular destination for all who visit the Holy City. Open 365 days per year, the Market is an exciting place for tourists and local Charleston residents alike.    Market Hall stands facing Meeting Street as the main entrance to four blocks of open-air buildings. Strolling through the Market you will encounter a wide assortment of vendors selling high quality products..."

"Charleston City Market. Steeped in history and charm, the Charleston City Market is a popular destination for all who visit the Holy City. Open 365 days per year, the Market is an exciting place for tourists and local Charleston residents alike. Market Hall stands facing Meeting Street as the main entrance to four blocks of open-air buildings. Strolling through the Market you will encounter a wide assortment of vendors selling high quality products..."

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