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Historical Points of
Where the Civil War began.
Important to many historical battles; see how coastal
defense has evolved.
The USS Yorktown
The "Fighting Lady" historical battle cruiser.
Plantations, Homes and Gardens
Founded in 1676 and noted by Charles Kuralt as his
"...greatest Charleston pleasure."
This 18th century plantation has survived revolution,
civil war and earthquake. A historical landmark.
Nathaniel Russell House
Widely recognized as one of America's most important
The Aiken-Rhett House
Stands alone as the most intact townhouse complex
showcasing urban life in Antebellum Charleston.
Boone Hall Plantation
A former cotton plantation that is still commercially
Completed in 1742, it is the oldest preserved plantation
house in America that is open to the public.
The Charleston Museum
America's first museum, founded in 1773.
The Avery Research Center for
African Amercian History and Culture
Established to collect, preserve, and make public the
unique historical and cultural heritage of African
American in South Carolina.
The Citadel Museum
A history of the Citadel from 1842 to the present.
Gibbes Museum of Art
Focusing on American art with a Charleston perspective.
Karpeles Manuscript Museum
The world's largest private holding of important
original manuscripts and documents.
Patriots Point Naval and Maritime
Museum One of the
largest museums of its kind in he world.
The Old Exchange and Provost
Dungeon One of the
three most historically significant colonial buildings
in the US.
Something for everyone-
ghosts, history, patriots, pirates, slavery and freedom.
South Carolina Aquarium
Fun for the entire family. Learn about local marine
Fun on the Water
Great for a romantic dinner cruise, a private charter,
or just to tour the Harbor.
The Schooner Pride
Learn how to sail a tall ship.
Charleston County Parks and
official website of the Charleston County Parks.