About Charleston, SC Attractions
Welcome to Charleston, South Carolina! We're happy to have you, and whether it's for the week or just the weekend, you'll find that Charleston appeals to every traveler, every mood, and every appetite. The soul of Charleston is defined by its welcoming nature, conveyed in the demeanor of its residents, the warmth of its sunny weather, and the ease in which you can dive into the hometown community, even just for the weekend.
Charleston, South Carolina is the idyllic, historic city you've heard about, with an added bonus: a world-famous collection of entertaining attractions, activities, and culinary spoils that cater to families, couples, and travelers of all kinds. A visit to Charleston guarantees a fantastic vacation, with an unseen variety of options: catch some Carolina sun on Folly Beach, take the kids to the South Carolina Aquarium and Lowcountry Children's Museum, or stroll through time with a trip to Fort Sumter or a classic southern plantation at Boone Hall. Charleston's city parks, markets, and cobblestone streets give the opportunity for days spent exploring this classic lowcountry city. From historic sites to wide sandy shores and centuries old fauna, Charleston's attractions and activities are yours to explore!
You can't help but be surrounded by Charleston’s rich history, emanating from the antebellum mansions, ancient live oak trees, and gentile local residents. Why not take a step back in time to learn more of Charleston’s story by visiting area museums, taking a carriage tour, or visiting a traditional Southern plantation? Don’t worry about seeing it all this time; we know we'll be seeing you again soon!
About Clare Sweeney
A South Carolina native and avid locavore, Clare also ventured abroad to Spain and north to Boston before returning to Charleston and her beloved Lowcountry.
Clare works and plays in downtown Charleston, spending her days enjoying the city’s perpetually sunny weather, nearby beaches and ever-growing food and craft beer scene.
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