Sightseeing in Avondale, Charleston


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  • All Around Charleston Fishing and Charters
    facet: Main type: Traditional locale: en_US title: All Around Charleston Fishing and Charters facet_type_id: 02463760-5f3e-1032-bbbf-e6cc25ee5bb3 html_text: Captain Jason Jenkins knows some of the best fishing spots in Charleston—not only has he sailed the waters his entire life, but his dad was a marine biologist, giving him scientific insight into the local species. His trips, which are all-inclusive, troll the area channels for some of his favorite catches, which include species such as sharks, huge red, tarpon, black sea bass, and spadefish. He also leads special low-tide charters that hunt for shells, teeth, and fossils, as well as dolphin-watching tours and tours of Charleston Harbor. A US Coast Guard–certified charter captain, Captain Jason is also trained in first aid and CPR and is a certified first responder.
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    State Highway 171
    Charleston, SC US
  • Charleston Tours and Information Service
    The travel agents at Charleston's Charleston Tours and Information Service are pros when it comes to finding the best vacation deals and steals. For your convenience, generous parking is located nearby for you to take advantage of. You deserve the vacation of a lifetime. Let the folks at Charleston Tours and Information Service in Charleston help you get started!
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    545 Savannah Hwy
    Charleston, SC US
  • Vo Don Custom Framing
    Pick up a breathtaking piece of handcrafted artwork at this store. Give your walls some love. This store has fun decorations including mirrors. Treat yourself to artwork at its finest when you purchase a painting, drawing, or sculpture from here. Skip the hassle of circling the block for parking and park in one of the great options near Vo Don Custom Framing.
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    942 Savannah Hwy
    Charleston, SC US
  • Frames Unlimited
    While artwork may gain immortality by challenging traditional aesthetics, the life of a painting or photograph is only as secure as the frame that contains it. This dedication to preservation is what inspired Michael and Ellen Mintz to open Frames Unlimited in 1979. That same spirit extended to their business itself: when Hurricane Hugo took its toll on their original shop, they gutted it and reopened, this time with more square footage for a gallery and design space. They remain in that space today, helping their staff members create custom frames and matting. In addition to paintings and photography, the staff helps customers guard heirlooms and specialty items such as sports jerseys or athletes still wearing their sports jerseys. Their services also extend to museum-quality archival framing, with special UV-filtering glass to protect art from light’s harmful rays. No matter the job, their shop stocks the materials to match it. Thousands of mouldings run the style gamut from very traditional to ultracontemporary, and colorful frames include hand-finished Italian designs and water-gilded gold leaf.
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    26 Windermere Blvd.
    Charleston, SC US
  • Free Tours by Foot
    The guides at Free Tours by Foot offer their expertise to visitors on free group tours for a simple reason: they love to share their city's history and quirks with others—and if they get a tip from thoroughly entertained tour-goers, all the better. They've curated a handful of tours for about nine cities, including a roundup of public art in New York City's subway system, a colonial jaunt featuring Revolutionary War sites in Boston, and visits to architectural feats in Chicago's Loop and the hospital where the first Chicago-style hot dog was born. Tour guides can also be commissioned for private, fixed-price tours of the same spots.
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    498 Albemarle Road
    Charleston, SC US
  • Charleston Sail
    Paul Mitchell plied American and European waters for over thirty years, nestling yachts into such ports as Annapolis, Bermuda, Gibraltar, and Lisbon. Now, as a US Coast Guard-certified captain, he puts his expertise to work showing of the 20-miles of waters and hundreds of years of history in Charleston Harbor. He leads sunset tours to soak up the waning light and sea breezes whilst enhancing the experience with stories of the sea and ships. He also plans two-day coastal voyages past Kiawah Island and up the ?Edisto River to Bohicket Marina, offering guests a unique experience with a chance of spotting dolphins, pelicans, and other wildlife in a marine environment.
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    95 Ripley Point Dr.
    Charleston, SC US

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