Walking backward while talking is useful for leading a tour, demonstrating a moonwalk, or retreating from a room full of ominously staring toddlers. See the reverse saunter put to good use with this Groupon.
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Old Charleston Walking Tours
Tour guides Mike Brown and Dennis Stiles have a lot of credentials to back up their narrated tours. Mike has done extensive research on pirates in the Carolinas, and Dennis is a past president of The Poetry Society and a senior docent at the Gibbes Museum of Art. Despite all their historical cred, the duo thinks their love of Charleston is the biggest asset they have in leading daily tours around the city. Multiple tours run each day, and during each the guides shed light on historical facts and spin tales of all the spooky haunts in the area as tour groups follow along at a mild walking pace. Whether entering historic homes, visiting haunted gravesites, or descending into the eerie depths of the Exchange Building & Provost Dungeon, the guides keep guests as educated and entertained as a dinner party with the many impressions of Robin Williams.
94% of 750 customers recommend
“The gentleman leading the tour possesses a unique perspective: a Chicago native who has lived around the world, yet chose Charleston as his home. His tour is well...”
“The gentleman leading the tour possesses a unique perspective: a Chicago native who has lived around the world, yet chose Charleston as his home. His tour is well researched and filled with documented facts: he illustrates rather than propogates perceptions and mis-perceptions of his beloved adopted home. Gratefully (to me) he is not filled with stupid but entertaining stories in order to get better tips, as so many lesser tour guides do. Rather, his perspective is circumspect and intelligent -- perfect for the thinking person who wants education rather than entertainment. Jack, you are a treasure for Charleston.”
“Mike Brown clearly loves giving these tours. Great experience! Both times.”
“Very educational, enjoyed learning about history of Charleston.”