Nathaniel Russell House
Built in 1772, this house belonged to Thomas Heyward Jr, a signer of the Declaration of Independence, and contains some lovely examples...
Battery & White Point Gardens
The Battery is the southern tip of the Charleston Peninsula, buffered by a seawall. Stroll past cannons and statues of military heroes...
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...
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
Oooh la la. Locals crowd around the shared tables at this tiny spot, known as 'Fast & French,' to nibble on Gallic cheeses and...
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Nathaniel Russell House information
A spectacular, self-supporting spiral staircase is the highlight at this 1808 Federal-style house, built by a Rhode Islander, known in Charleston as 'the king of the Yankees.' The small but lush English garden is also notable as is the square-circle-rectangle footprint of the home.