Tours and Excursions

Palmetto Carriage is the oldest carriage tour company in Charleston, and offering hour long horse-drawn guided tours of Charleston's Historic District. Tours begin and end at the Palmetto Carriage "Big Red Barn" near the northern end of the Old...  Read More

Tour Charleston, L.L.C.

This tour company has become famous for its tours: "The Ghosts of Charleston," "The Pirates of Charleston," and "The Story of Charleston." These interesting and unique tours have been noted in "Southern Living" and have also appeared on "History...  Read More

Middleton Place

This 18th-century plantation is listed as a National Historic Landmark and boasts one of the country's oldest formal gardens. Most of the original structures were burned during Sherman's raid, but the 1755 red-brick guest wing still remains, as...  Read More

Johns Island
Gullah Tours

Alphonso Brown's Gullah tours explore the stories, places, and contributions made to Charleston's history by native black Charlestonians. Tours depart from the African American Art Gallery at 43 John Street.

Enjoy Charleston's historic sites and wildlife from aboard the Schooner Pride, whose crew will allow you to help them sail. A daytime, sunset or moonlight sail will guarantee pristine views, family fun, or a romantic outing for anyone aboard....  Read More

Take a guided, two hours walk through Charleston's Historic District and end it with a spot of tea. Tours run twice daily and depart from the King's Courtyard Inn.