The 300+ Year Old Port City of Charleston was once considered the cultural center of the New World. This adventure includes a comprehensive tour of the largest, intact colonial city in North America. You will be escorted through the historic old-walled city area, which includes among many things, the world-famous Battery Waterfront District, the Four Corners of Law, Dock St. Theater, St. Phillips Episcopal Church and much, much more. Next, is a visit through the interior of the Joseph Manigault House, (the first Adam style house in Charleston), which also boasts a lovely period garden and gate house. Following that, you will explore the inside of the Heyward Washington House, built in 1772 by a signer of the Declaration of Independence, and also served as a residence, to George Washington; on his 1791 Southern Tour. Then onto, The Historic City Market Area, which offers a multitude of dining options as well as access to, a large variety of arts and craft vendors, boutiques, and specialty shops. Our trip ends at the Charleston Museum. (America’s 1st and oldest museum), founded in 1773. You will find a museum, filled with a trove of historical artifacts and artworks dating from the Pre-Revolutionary War, to the 21st Century Periods.

Tour Approximately - 9 Hours

Tour Includes:
1) Transportation
2) Gray Line Tour Guide
3) Charleston City Tour Guide, City Permits, Tourism Fees
4) Admission to Heyward Washington House
5) Admission to Joseph Manigault House
6) Admission to Charleston Museum
7) Charleston City Market

Tour Does Not Include:

1) Lunch
2) Driver or Tour Guide Gratuities

Tuesday, August 31
Price Per Person: $135.00
Tour Departs at 8 AM
(Please arrive 15 minutes early)

Charleston Market
Heyward Washington House
Joseph Manigault House


Call: 843-448-9483