Charleston Crafts Cooperative
Kahal Kadosh Beth Elohim
The oldest continuously used synagogue in the country. There are free tours by appointment.
The historic market is the crowded center of the district, with vendors hawking junky souvenirs from open-air stalls.
Long a culturally diverse city, Charleston gave refuge to persecuted French Protestants, Baptists and Jews over the years and earned the...
Locals flock to Vick's to heft ice-cold beers on the tiki-torchlit patio or chow down on Cuban sandwiches in the diner-style booths.
Yeah, it's a tourist trap, but the famous she-crab soup, po'boy sandwiches and crispy flounder at this massive downtown institution are...
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Charleston Crafts Cooperative information
A pricey, well-edited selection of contemporary South Carolina-made crafts such as sweetgrass baskets, hand-dyed silks and wood carvings.