THINGS TO DO
There’s plenty to do in Charleston no matter when you visit.
As featured on The Travel Channel, Food Network and Southern Living, Bulldog Tours is Charleston’s premier walking tour company, offering the best history, culinary and ghost tours in town. Voted “Charleston’s Best Tour Company” the past 11 years.
Deep Water Vineyard
Our South Carolina grown and bottled wines remain true to our Southern roots by using local muscadine grapes, not gown here. We proudly offer reds, whites, blends, sparkling, and meads.
Discover America’s Oldest Landscaped Gardens, the House Museum, Living History Stableyards, Freedman’s Dwelling, and Chapel. Together they tell the inclusive stories of the people, both free and enslaved, who lived and worked here. Outdoor Tours are included in admission. Enjoy a meal in the Restaurant or extend your visit at the Inn for a unique riverside getaway on the Ashley River.
South Carolina Aquarium
From the mountains of the Upstate to the Atlantic Ocean, sea the difference in our state’s ecosystems when you journey through the South Carolina Aquarium, encountering 5,000 animals along the way! Plus, get an inside look at the Sea Turtle Care Center™, included with admission.
Magnolia Plantation & Gardens
Magnolia Plantation and Gardens is a historic rice plantation, a stunning 19th-century Romantic-style garden, and a site of remarkable natural diversity and beauty. Come see why Travel and Leisure called Magnolia “One of America’s Most Beautiful Gardens” and why we’re consistently ranked among the top attractions in Charleston!
Boone Hall Plantation & Gardens
Recognized as the No . 1 plantation in the Charleston area according to USA TODAY’s 10 best and “a must – see on any trip to Charleston” by NBC’s Daytime . ” Don’t miss America’s Most Photographed Plantation . ” Be sure to catch “Exploring The Gullah Culture” featuring descendants of the Gullah people presenting their cultural history.
McLeod Plantation Historic Site
Established in 1851, McLeod Plantation Historic Site is not just a place for memorialization and a place of conscience, but a place where transformation of conscience can occur. All of their stories – Black and White, oppressed and free – are given their due. After years of careful research and restoration, McLeod Plantation Historic Site invites you to explore the lives of people who shaped the complex heritage of Charleston as well in the United State