Charleston may be known as the Holy City but in the past, it wasn't so holy. Learn how the "founding" father of the colony was a notorious womanizer and how the early colonists went to "church". We will tour the back streets and stop off at places where scandalous Charlestonians partied and end our tour at one of the most sought after restaurants in town for drinks, including the infamous Charleston Light Dragoon's Punch.____________________________Wander Charleston Tours provides in depth and well researched tours of the historic Holy City. Our guides are expert historians who love a good yarn. You won't find our tours anywhere else!
ItineraryThis is a typical itinerary for this productStop At: St. Michael's Church, Charleston, South CarolinaWe begin near at the Four Corners of the Law, which includes St. Michael's Church. We discuss the founding of Charleston and how its namesake (the rather debauched Charles II, King of England) affected its early history.Duration: 10 minutesPass By: Old Exchange & Provost Dungeon, Charleston, South CarolinaThe Old Exchange was the last public building constructed during Charleston's time as a royal colony. When the city fell to the British in 1780, it became the home of many political prisoners.Pass By: Dock Street Theater, Charleston, South CarolinaNow the Dock Street Theater, this building was originally the Planter's Hotel, a fashionable (and scandalous) lodging during Charleston's antebellum years.