Go to King Street and explore some of the shops.  If you are there during the 2nd Sunday, there will be activities, shopping, food and wine, and more.

Visit one of the many museums to get a glimpse of what life was like in the deep South years ago.

Head over to St. John's Island and see the Angel Oak Tree, believed to be 400 - 500 years old.

Search for sharks' teeth at Folly Beach.

Cross the Arthur Ravenel  Bridge, at one time the longest cable-stayed bridge.

Head to Mount Pleasant and rent an electric bike from Rebellion Roads.  You just might pass by some locations that were filmed in the show Outer Banks.

Walk down streets that are paved with river rocks that were once used to help balance ships as they crossed the ocean to America.

Take a carriage ride and learn about the history and architecture of the city.

Book a ghost tour and learn about the myths and legends of Charleston's past residents and visitors.

Dine at an award winning restaurant in the heart of Charleston.

CIRCA 1886

Executive Chef Marc Collins uses fresh, seasonal local ingredients to create his culinary masterpieces.

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