Charleston History & Photo Tours

80 Broad ST

Charleston, SC 29401


Phone: (843) 901-9283

City: Charleston

Region: Coastal & Islands

Charleston History & Photo Tours

Charleston Photo Tours History Walk is a two hour guided walking tour. Stroll along cobblestone streets and alleyways to discover antebellum mansions, beautiful hidden gardens, magnificent public buildings, landmark churches and graveyards. Meander where buses and carriages are not allowed. Explore colonial walled Charlestown with historical facts and tips on where to capture the mood and beauty of Charleston's unique surroundings. We can show you the best angles and settings on your camera to assure you have a photograph to brag about. Tours depart daily from Washington Square Park at 10am and 4pm (during daylight savings time) or 3pm during the winter. Custom tours and group discounts are available. Cameras optional.

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