Every corner of Charleston hides a world of history. Local guides share hundreds of years of stories, history, and local knowledge.
About This Deal
Every corner of Charleston hides a world of history. Join us as your guide shares with you hundreds of years of stories, history, and local knowledge. This is a relaxing 2-hour stroll through the quaint and charming streets of the historic district including the French Quarter and the residential area "South of Broad", all the while learning about the people and events that shaped Charleston.
Departure time: By appointment
Departure location: In front of City Hall at 80 Broad St.
Adult tickets valid for customers ages 13+; child tickets valid for customers ages 7–12
Free admission for children under 7
- Rainbow Row
- French Quarter
- Old Exchange Building
- St. Philip’s Church
- St. Michael’s Church
- Views of historic Fort Sumter
- White Point Gardens, the “Battery”
This is a typical itinerary for this product
Stop At: Charleston City Hall, 80 Broad St, Charleston, SC 29401-2225
The tour will begin in front of City Hall which is one of the pillars of the "Four Corners of Law" which also includes the Courthouse, the Post Office and St Michaels Church at the intersection of Meeting Street and Broad Street. From here you will explore many notable sites in the French Quarter and the residential area "South of Broad".
Duration: 15 minutes
Stop At: French Quarter, Charleston, SC 29401, USA
Stops on the tour will vary but you can generally expect to see notable sites in the French Quarter including the Dock Street Theatre, St Philips Church, The Slave Mart Museum, The Powder Magazine, the French Huguenot Church and the Pink House as well as many others. Please note that stops on the tour may vary
Duration: 45 minutes
Stop At: Rainbow Row, 79 E Bay St # 107, Charleston, SC 29401-2544
Learn the history behind the famous Rainbow Row, one of the most photographed sites in Charleston. Rainbow Row is located in the "South of Broad" neighborhood which we will explore and includes many historically significant homes including the antebellum mansions located along the famous "Battery". Please note that stops along the tour may vary.
Duration: 10 minutes
Stop At: Battery & White Point Gardens, East Battery & Murray Blvd., Charleston, SC 29401
Explore the residential area "South of Broad" including the Battery with views over the water to Fort Sumter.
Duration: 30 minutes
About Walks of Charleston
As the oldest city in South Carolina, Charleston has its fair share of history. With Walks of Charleston, curious travelers and locals alike can learn about the city's areas of interest. Beginning in front of City Hall, the Charleston History Tour winds through the French Quarter down through to the tip of the peninsula at White Point Gardens. Along the way, guests see views of elegant churches and manicured gardens.