90-Minute Photo Walking Tour of Charleston for Two or Four from Say Charleston! Photo Walking Tours (Up to 51% Off)

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Photojournalist leads tour groups on a 2-mile stroll through Charleston while taking their pictures; access to an online gallery of shots

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Expires 90 days after purchase. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as gift. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Appointment required at least 24hrs in advance. 24hr cancellation notice required. Subject to weather. Valid only for tours Monday-Thursday. Not valid toward a private tour. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Walking tours let you explore the very sidewalks where that city's famous denizens once strolled and yelled, "I'm famous and I will live forever!" at passing cars. Feel the history beneath your feet with this Groupon.

Choose Between Two Options

  • $25 for a 90-minute photo walking tour of Charleston for two (a $50 value)
  • $49 for a 90-minute photo walking tour of Charleston for four (a $100 value)

After meeting in Washington Park Square, Charleston native and photojournalist Liz Duren leads groups of up to 10 on a 2-mile stroll through the city, stopping at beautiful locales to snap pictures of tour-goers. Following the tour, Liz uploads the pictures onto a photo site and sends out a link to the gallery, before emailing each group two high-resolution, copyright-free images of their choice. Additional fees apply for extra images. Customers should arrive at Washington Square Park at least 15 minutes prior to tour start time.

Say Charleston! Photo Walking Tours

Kinsey Burden was one of the most successful cotton planters in America. Charles Cotesworth Pinckey signed the Constitution of the United States. Jonathan Lucas invented the first steam-powered mill. These people aren’t only important names in history books; they’re members of Liz Duren’s family tree, whose Charleston roots stretch as far back as 1696, when her ancestor Solomon Legare first arrived.

During her 90-minute photo walking tours of Charleston, Liz combines her vast knowledge of the city’s history with her passion for photography. As a photojournalist who’s won a Best of Weddings award from The Knot in 2010, Liz is inseparable from her camera, which she totes around as she leads tourists to Charleston’s picturesque landmarks. After her tours, she sends participants a link to an online gallery that has all the shots from the outing.

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