Historical Charleston Tour with Optional Joseph Manigault House Visit

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Historical Charleston Tour with Optional Joseph Manigault House Visit information and booking

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$21
Duration
Varies
Departs from
Charleston Visitors Center
Returns to
Returns to original departure point
Time of departure
9:30am-3pm, every half hour, daily (March - Nov)9:30am-2pm, every half hour, daily (Dec - Feb)
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Tour description provided by Viator

On this historical Charleston tour, journey back in time as your guide reveals the beauty and charm of one of America's most historic cities. Learn about the history of Charleston and discover its pivotal role in American history with visits to more than 100 points of interest including Rainbow Row, Colonial Lake, the Old Exchange Building and Whitepoint Gardens. Upgrade to include a visit to the restored Joseph Manigault House, an early 19th-century plantation home.

Enjoy a guided tour of Charleston by mini-coach and learn about the city’s significant history. With your professional guide, explore the former city walls; visit the famous Battery Waterfront district; and stop at Charleston’s picturesque Battery Sea Wall for closer views of Charleston Harbor, Fort Sumter and Patriots Point.

This tour will entertain you with more than 300 years of Charleston’s rich history, from the American Revolution to the Civil War and beyond. Learn from your guide about the city’s pivotal role in America's history with visits to famous sites such as Rainbow Row, Colonial Lake, the Old Exchange Building and Whitepoint Gardens.

You'll also see St Phillips Episcopal Church, the Public Market and more than 100 other points of interest. It's a great comprehensive overview of this charming historical city!

Upgrade: Charleston Tour with a visit to the Joseph Manigault House:
Upgrade your tour to include a visit to the restored Joseph Manigault House, a historic Charleston home constructed in 1803. Designed by architect Gabriel Manigault for his brother, Joseph, this 3-story, Federal-style brick townhouse reflects the lifestyle of the wealthy 19th-century rice-planting family and slaves who lived there. Explore this National Historic Landmark with your guide and discover why it’s considered one of the city’s most elegant and historically significant buildings in the city.

What's included

  • Historic mini-coach tour
  • Driver/guide
  • Admission ticket

What isn't included

  • Gratuities (optional)
  • Food and drinks
  • Hotel pickup and drop-off