Alada Shinault-Small: Explore With Muima

375 Meeting ST

Charleston, SC 29403

Phone: (843) 276-4225

City: Charleston

Region: Coastal & Islands

Alada Shinault-Small: Explore With Muima

Customized step-on guided group tours of Charleston and nearby Sea Islands - specializing in African American history and culture. Most tours depart from the Charleston Visitor Center, 375 Meeting St., but departure locations vary based on visitors' request. Also offering tour and itinerary planning for groups. Presentations on area history and culture to include Gullah Geechee heritage and storytelling. Photo entertainment services are also available.

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