Old Charleston Customs house, provost marshall’s office, and dungeon. On East bay Street at the end of Broad.
Gazebo from the Battery.
One of the old arms that used to protect Charleston Harbor and the city.
View of the seawall on the southern side of the city.
One of the best ways to enjoy our city is by carraige tour. Here tourists enjoy a guided tour of the battery.
Charleston not only offers carraige and walking tours, but we have tours by boat and tours of Fort Sumter in the harbor as well.
Dock St Theater on Church St is the oldest theater in the United States and is still in use.
Founded in 1680 St Phillips Church is not only a visual icon of Charleston but its bells are an audible one as well..
One of the oldest buildings in Charleston the Old Exchange Building at one time was a customs house, provost marshall’s office, and a dungeon.
Charleston has many parks and recreational areas, and is one of the countries most dog-friendly cities.
It was said that during the bombing of Charleston by Uniond Naval ships the gunners used church steeples for sighting their shots. This view of St. Phillips shows why.
A view of one of the many beautiful marshes around Charleston.