Old Slave Mart Museum
Ryan's Mart was an open air market that auctioned African men, women and children in the mid 1800s. It's now a museum about South...
Old Exchange & Provost Dungeon
Kids love the creepy dungeon, used as a prison for pirates and for American patriots held by the British during the Revolutionary War....
With its candy-colored houses, this stretch of lower E Bay St is one of the most photographed areas of town. The houses are around the...
The swimming pool at this sexy rooftop bar is for hotel guests only, but the luscious views of the Cooper River and downtown Charleston...
The most upscale Lowcountry place around, in a dreamy pink-and-green carriage house straight out of central casting. Filet mignon and...
192 E Bay St · interesting places nearby
The cheeky name (it stands for 'slightly north of Broad,' as in Broad St) reflects the anything-goes spirit of this upscale-casual spot, which draws raves for its eclectic menu, filled with treats such as house-smoked salmon or sautéed squab breast over cheese grits.