Charleston, South Carolina is such a beautifully diverse city with a multitude of things to do! After all, the city has been named the best city in the WORLD for travel and leisure. That is a pretty big deal! Charleston boasts many prominent attractions, making it a top priority on many persons travel list. Whether it is the History, location, weather, shopping or food that brings you to the city; there are must see attractions you do not want to miss!
There is no better time to visit Charleston Historic District! Winter is ending, spring is coming and the weather is warming up near the coast. Starting off the season with the South Eastern Wildlife Exposition (SEWE), a three day annual event that truly celebrates the southern outdoor lifestyle through fine arts, live entertainment, and special events. A must see event for avid outdoorsmen in the heart of Charleston. You can find yourself between Marion Square and Brittlebank Park appreciated live shows from: Birds of Pray, DockDog events, raffles on guns, boats atv’s and much more and you can find yourself at the Ducks Unlimited Oyster Shuck Auction each night! If you are one for playing with furry friends, you want to be here!
If the fish and game lifestyle is not your cup of tea, you’re in luck! Just down the road from Brittlebank Park, you can enjoy a hotdog and some great baseball! Home of the RiverDogs, first named the Sea Gulls in 1886. Season home opener begins April 11th through September 8th 2023. You can purchase tickets below https://www.milb.com/charleston/tickets/single-game-tickets
Charleston Historic Tours: Must See
If you are not sure what season you are planning your Charleston visit, do not worry! Here is a list of must see tours and rates in the city that can be appreciated at anytime during the year.
- History & Architecture Tour: From $25
- Charleston Food Tour: From $75
- The Pirates and Ghost Tour: From $35
- Palmetto Carriage Ride: From $50
- Daytime or Sunset Harbor Cruise: From $42
These tours are a great way to enjoy the city and learn more about why the locals love their native, in a not so touristy way.
There is a multitude of must see things in Charleston South Carolina that do not include payment, make sure to take in and appreciate all the sights and beauties of the city such as: Rainbow row, the Arthur Ravenel Bridge, Charleston Harbor, the battery, all the beaches, and do not forget to check out all the shopping on the beloved King Street! See just why the Historic District is named the Holy City!