Old Walled City Walking Tours

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155 Meeting St, Charleston, SC 29401 155 Meeting St, Charleston Directions
+18433434851
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The walking tours are well worth it.
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Very knowledgable tour guide!!
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Very informative guide.
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Ask lots of question. You guide has a lot of Charleston info to share.
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Great tour! A lot of info, but easy to comprehend!
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Bring water with you .
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Al was very friendly and knowledgeable!
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This walking tour was excellent! The tour guide was very knowledgeable and tailored the tour to what we all wanted to see and hear about. I would highly recommend this walking tour.
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Al the tour guide was excellent!
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Great tour! Great guide! Great combo of history and a good sense of humor.
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Al Ray's enthusiasm for Charleston's history is infectious. This passion carried him through the rough-going early days of his tour-guiding career, which started in 1980, he says, “with a pitchfork atop a pile of hose dung in a carriage barn on State Street.” Today, the Charleston native—whose forefathers arrived in the city in 1792—shares his deep knowledge while touring Charleston's oldest neighborhoods.

Tours casually wind down the city's cobblestone streets, past precolonial and postcolonial buildings that display a confluence of architectural styles, from Georgian to Greek Revival. As tourists snap pictures of wrought-iron gates, classical columns, and carbonite-encased cotton gins, Al shares stories about the people and events—such as the approximately 40% of slaves who entered the United States through Charleston—that transformed a 1670 pioneer settlement into a cultural hub of the South by the mid-1800s.

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