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Sightseeing in Charleston, SC


Walks in History: $19 for a Supernatural Charleston Ghost for Two from Walks in History (Up to $40 Value)

$19 for a Supernatural Charleston Ghost for Two from Walks in History (Up to $40 Value)

Walks in History

Marion Square

Authors of historical books guide tours past haunts including a Revolutionary War graveyard

$40 $19

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Old Charleston Walking Tours: Ghost or Civil War Walking Tour of Charleston for Two or Four from Old Charleston Walking Tours (Up to 57% Off)

Ghost or Civil War Walking Tour of Charleston for Two or Four from Old Charleston Walking Tours (Up to 57% Off)

Old Charleston Walking Tours

French Quarter

Guides spend up to two hours leading groups through Charleston’s historic and haunted sites, such as old graveyards and battlegrounds

$37 $17

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Ashley on the Cooper Walking Tour: Macabre Ghost or Historic Town Tour for Two or Four from Ashley on t he Cooper Walking Tour (Up to 51% Off)

Macabre Ghost or Historic Town Tour for Two or Four from Ashley on t he Cooper Walking Tour (Up to 51% Off)

Ashley on the Cooper Walking Tour

The Library Society

Skilled guides reveal Charleston’s hidden past during walking tours; topics include centuries-old ghost tales and wartime histories

$40 $20

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Time Traveler Excursions: Up to 51% Off Charleston Tavern Tour at Time Traveler Excursions

Up to 51% Off Charleston Tavern Tour at Time Traveler Excursions

Time Traveler Excursions

Washington Square Park

From the merchant: Stroll with our pirates & colonial rogues to Charleston’s favorite taverns. Hear tales of the scandalous and bizarre.

$20 $12

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Charleston In a Nutshell: Two or Four Tickets to a Guided Walking Tour of Your Choice from Charleston in a Nutshell (Up to 56% Off)

Two or Four Tickets to a Guided Walking Tour of Your Choice from Charleston in a Nutshell (Up to 56% Off)

Charleston In a Nutshell

Multiple Locations

Walking tours of Charleston explore the city’s architecture, history, and personal stories

$44 $22

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The Powder Magazine: $12 for $25 Worth of Yearly Museum Pass at The Powder Magazine

$12 for $25 Worth of Yearly Museum Pass at The Powder Magazine

The Powder Magazine

Charleston Historic District

From the merchant: You ( + 4 guests) will have a one-year pass to The Powder Magazine Museum and receive 10% off each gift shop purchase.

$25 $12

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Civil War Walking Tours: Walking Tour for Two or Four from Civil War Walking Tours (Up to 48% Off)

Walking Tour for Two or Four from Civil War Walking Tours (Up to 48% Off)

Civil War Walking Tours

Charleston

History expert and reenactor leads Civil War tour of city, sprinkling in first-person narratives and period photographs

$40 $21

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Port city charters: Up to 46% Off Sunset Charters at Port City Charters

Up to 46% Off Sunset Charters at Port City Charters

Port city charters

Westside

From the merchant: Captain Zachary Litchfield will take you on a sunset cruise in the Charleston harbor and answer any questions you have.

$120 $69

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Wacky Walks: Quest-Completion Adventure for Two or Four from Wacky Walks (50% Off)

Quest-Completion Adventure for Two or Four from Wacky Walks (50% Off)

Wacky Walks

Multiple Locations

Spend approximately two hours working together to complete quests, follow the captain’s orders, and vie for the throne

$39.95 $20

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3Quest Challenge - Charleston: Urban Scavenger Race for Two or Four from 3Quest Challenge (50% Off)

Urban Scavenger Race for Two or Four from 3Quest Challenge (50% Off)

3Quest Challenge - Charleston

Multiple Locations

Racing against the clock, players progress through three quests where they find checkpoints, seize clues, and solve the final puzzle

$39.95 $20

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Crazy Dash Digital Adventures: Crazy Dash Walking-Adventure Tour for Two or Four from Crazy Dash Digital Adventures (50% Off)

Crazy Dash Walking-Adventure Tour for Two or Four from Crazy Dash Digital Adventures (50% Off)

Crazy Dash Digital Adventures

Multiple Locations

The digital game requires a smartphone and takes you on a tour of the sights

$39.95 $20

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H.L. Hunley Submarine: Museum Admission to the H. L. Hunley Submarine (Up to 53% Off).  Four Options Available.

Museum Admission to the H. L. Hunley Submarine (Up to 53% Off). Four Options Available.

H.L. Hunley Submarine

North Charleston

Enjoy museum admission to the H.L. Hunley Submarine, a Civil War vessel that sank unexpectedly after vanquishing it’s foes

$32 $16

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Children's Museum of South Carolina: Visit for Two or Up to Two Adults and Four Kids to the Children's Museum of South Carolina (Up to 44% Off)

Visit for Two or Up to Two Adults and Four Kids to the Children's Museum of South Carolina (Up to 44% Off)

Children's Museum of South Carolina

Myrtle Beach

Interactive exhibits encourage learning through imaginative play and hands-on exploration

$16 $9

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National Museum of the Mighty Eighth Air Force: Admission to the National Museum of the Mighty Eighth Air Force for Two or Four (Up to 55% Off)

Admission to the National Museum of the Mighty Eighth Air Force for Two or Four (Up to 55% Off)

National Museum of the Mighty Eighth Air Force

Pooler

Museum chronicles Mighty Eighth Air Force's legacy with stunning exhibits and a combat gallery with a B-17 bomber, currently being restored

$20 $9

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Charleston Pirate Tours: Pirate History Tour for two, or Ghost Tour for Two from Charleston Pirate Tours (Up to 45% Off)

Pirate History Tour for two, or Ghost Tour for Two from Charleston Pirate Tours (Up to 45% Off)

Charleston Pirate Tours

 

Guides lead daytime tours to historic sites that cannot be visited at night while evening tours share pirate, ghost and Gullah tales

$40 $22

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Own a Napa Vineyard: $119 for One-Year Ownership of Two Vines at Carneros Della Notte ($198 Value)

$119 for One-Year Ownership of Two Vines at Carneros Della Notte ($198 Value)

Own a Napa Vineyard

Carneros Della Notte

Learn how to tend and harvest grapes, access special vineyard events, and make your own wine from grapes that grow on your vines

$198 $119

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Angle Pursuit Charters: Near-Shore Boating Trip for Four or In-Shore Boating Trip for Two at Angle Pursuit Charters (Up to 32% Off)

Near-Shore Boating Trip for Four or In-Shore Boating Trip for Two at Angle Pursuit Charters (Up to 32% Off)

Angle Pursuit Charters

Edger Glen Landing

Explore inland bays or tranquil rivers on boating charter for fishing, sightseeing, or swimming

$550 $375

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  • Drayton Hall
    Drayton Hall When John Drayton broke ground on Drayton Hall in 1738, he had no idea that his estate would survive the American Revolution, the Civil War, an earthquake, and numerous hurricanes. The stories contained in the building’s walls span seven generations of history tied to the Draytons and the Bowens family, an African American family that lived and worked at Drayton Hall before and after emancipation. Since 1974, when Charles and Frank Drayton sold their ancestral home to the National Trust, visitors have been able to transport themselves into the past with more ease than rubbing the beard at the Lincoln Memorial. The main house, a sweeping example of Georgian Palladian architecture, is the oldest near-original, unrestored colonial home in the United States. Like a helpful ghost, the grand rooms and original fireplaces whisper history into the ears of all visitors, telling tales of British and colonial soldiers who occupied the house during the American Revolution. Views from the portico are filled with drooping trees, spanish moss, and a grand driveway. Surrounding the estate, an undisturbed historic landscape backs up to the Ashley River, and also encompasses A Sacred Place, the oldest African American cemetery in the country still in use.
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    3380 Ashley River Rd
    Charleston, SC US
  • Redux Contemporary Art Center
    Though built only in 2011, the nonprofit Redux Contemporary Art Center’s new 12,000-square-foot facility stays bustling all year, hosting six to eight free exhibitions in two galleries. After taking in the artwork, visitors can attend numerous free events, such as artist talks, film screenings, panels, and concerts. More than 100 classes foster artistic inclinations throughout the year as local qualified instructors help students master disciplines such as painting, drawing, and printmaking. Redux's galleries stay full thanks in part to its 22 private artist studios, which accommodate emerging and mid-career artists with up to 240 square feet of creative space. Twenty-four-hour studio passes grant access to Redux’s darkroom, print studio, and woodshop. To encourage a sense of community, artists can participate in quarterly critiques, attend visiting-artist lectures, and debate their studio neighbors on artistic controversies such as whether Michelangelo’s David is as good as the earlier one he sculpted from Play-Doh.
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    136 Saint Philip Street
    Charleston, SC US
  • The Charleston Museum
    When the Charleston Museum was founded in 1773, South Carolina was still a British colony. Today, the museum is itself a historical gem, surviving both the American Revolution and Civil War and acquiring an astounding collection of South Carolinian artifacts along the way. Nine permanent exhibits include the Armory, brimming with antique weaponry, and the Lowcountry History Hall, which chronicles the land's metamorphosis from a tribal society into an agricultural empire, telling the story with early trading goods, slave badges, and pottery. Temporary exhibits change regularly, keeping visitors on their toes in the same way changing cell phone numbers every 24 hours does. The museum extends its history-preserving mission to two area homes: the 19th-century Joseph Manigault House, once home to a wealthy rice plantation owner, and the Heyward-Washington House, where George Washington once stayed during a weeklong visit to the city. Restored rooms, period pieces, and loudly snoring grandfather clocks await guests during scheduled tours.
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    360 Meeting Street
    Charleston, SC US
  • 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.
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    80 Broad St.
    Charleston, SC US
  • Children's Museum of the Lowcountry
    The Children's Museum of the Lowcountry is an adventurous outpost for the developing population demographic. The museum currently hosts eight different exhibits, giving kids who are sick of increasingly hallucinatory children's TV programming an exciting educational outlet. The medieval creativity castle brings the Middle Ages to life through storytelling, monthly puppet theater, and passageways for hands-on exploring. The 700-square-foot TREEscape makes a playground out of an Angel Oak and a conversational partner for young tree whisperers. In addition to the exhibit octad, the museum holds free programming with topics that change monthly. Science, history, culture, and more are covered by the programs, putting young museum goers on the path to becoming the 21st century's first true renaissance men and women, not withstanding Renaissance Faire workers.
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    25 Ann Street
    Charleston, SC US
  • For the Love of Art
    For the Love of Art owner Carri Miles grew up in different parts of the country, but discovered her love of art early on—winning contests and showing pieces in galleries as early as middle school. Once landing in Charleston, she decided to share her passion with the world. She bought a charming, red-trimmed house and transformed it into a studio open to the public. For the Love of Art hosts regular painting classes, in which their students put brush to canvas while sipping wine or beer brought from home and listening to music. Instructors lead classes through each pre-chosen art piece step-by-step, leaving room for individual expression and eschewing difficult instructions such as "use broad brushstrokes to achieve a sfumato aesthetic" or "go steal a Picasso and say it's yours."
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    2317 Ashley River Road
    Charleston, SC US

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