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Charleston History Walking Tours

Charleston, South Carolina is known as one of the most historical areas.  There are over 300 years of history in the Holy City.  There are many beautiful sites to see and places to go.  Ultimately the best way to see everything is by foot.  Charleston History Walking Tours is a perfect way to make sure that you will see the most popular historical areas.  The Original Charleston Walks has a very unique selection of walking tours for every guest.  Typically tours will last two hours and the distance is a little less than one mile.  All of the tours will cover many different routes and old historical themes by the most outstanding tour guides in Charleston.

The Charleston Walk

The Charleston Walk tour features of 300 years of history all within a one mile radius.  The main part of this popular tour takes place in the Historic District.  Throughout this tour you will learn a great deal about the American Revolution and Civil War.  Also, you will see the impact of natural disasters that have happened through the years.  Some sites to be seen include Charleston’s oldest church, Fort Sumter, and High Battery.

Charleston’s Historic Homes Walk 

This tour is all about the beautiful and historic homes place throughout Charleston’s Historic District.  Throughout the tour expect to see some of the most colorful homes and gorgeous flora in the “South of Broad” residential district.  Some of the popular homes that you will see are the Edmondston-Alston House and the Nathaniel Russell House.  A few other popular sites that you will pass by at the Charleston Harbor, High Battery, and Castle Pinckney.

These are just two of seven popular tours that are offered by The Original Charleston Walks.  Some others include The Ghosts and Legends of Charleston and The Civil War Walk.  Be sure to check with an employee at French Quarter Inn to get all of the details on each tour that is offered.  It really is the best way to explore Charleston.

Posted in News by French Quarter Inn on August 28, 2012

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