Nathaniel Russell House
Built by a Rhode Islander, known in Charleston as 'the king of the Yankees,' the 1808 Federal-style house is noted especially for its...
Around the corner from White Point Park, a stretch of lower E Bay St known as Rainbow Row is one of the most photographed areas of town...
Old Slave Mart Museum
African men, women and children were once auctioned off here, now a museum of South Carolina's shameful past. Text-heavy exhibits...
Dock Street Theater
Reconstructed in 1936 from original 1736 blueprints, Dock Street is America's oldest live-performance theater. The busy venue hosts an...
Gaulart & Maliclet
Locals crowd around the shared tables at this tiny spot, known as 'Fast & French,' to nibble on Gallic cheeses and sausages or...
Lonely Planet review
Built in 1772, this house belonged to Thomas Heyward Jr, a signer of the Declaration of Independence, and contains some lovely examples of Charleston-made mahogany furniture and the city's only preserved historic kitchen.