A walking tour acquaints you with the city around you, helping you better plan parade routes and upcoming bouts of sleepwalking. Watch your steps with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $9 for a two-hour walking tour of Charleston for one (up to an $18 value)
- $17 for a two-hour walking tour of Charleston for two (up to a $36 value)
Children younger than 6 are free; children aged 6¬–12 are normally admitted for $10 each.
Starting at the Old Exchange Building, groups tour historical sites between East Bay and Meeting Streets. Company owner Brian Simms narrates the approximately 1.5-mile journey, breathing life into history at sites such as St. Michael's Church and the Historic Waterfront Battery. See Charleston Sole's tour schedule.
"I love that I get to take a walk, literally, into the past every day." That's how Charleston Sole's owner, Brian Simms, described his job for the company website's Q & A section. A self-described history buff and Charleston native, Simms leads tours that explore the Holy City's past, lore, and legends. He spins tales of days past at landmarks such as Revolutionary War sites, Antebellum Mansions, and St. Michael's Church—Charleston's oldest church edifice. Simms' walking adventures last approximately two hours and cover 1.5 miles—the average distance humans can walk before needing to recharge their batteries.
95% of 37 customers recommend
“Loved the tour and the learning about all the rich history of the city.”
“Tour was fantastic! Brian loves Charleston and it was evident with all the answers he had to our questions.Would absolutely recommend!”
“The tour guide was great! I had been to Charleston before and gone on quite a few tours, however, my friend had never been. It was by far the best tour I have been...”
“The tour guide was great! I had been to Charleston before and gone on quite a few tours, however, my friend had never been. It was by far the best tour I have been on in probably any city, but especially Charleston. It was clear the guide was very knowledgeable about the history of Charleston and is excited to share his knowledge and interest with others. It was a really great tour, and well worth the money!”
122 E Bay St.
Charleston, South Carolina 29401