The tour originates at the Powder Magazine, 79 Cumberland St. at 10 a.m. on Friday and Saturday.
Charleston, SC 29401 (843) 556-4753
Ron Garl designed this link-style championship golf course along the Intracoastal Waterway in the Lowcountry. Located on the site of the Battle at Stono Ferry, fought here in 1779, the front nine winds its way through majestic pines and waste area-lined... Read More
Completed in 1713, the Powder Magazine was built for gunpowder storage. It is the oldest public building in the Carolinas and one of the few remaining military structures associated with the 1780 British Siege of Charles Town. The Powder Magazine is... Read More
Stono Market is a real farmer's market near Charleston, SC. They carry organically grown produce they grow on their farm, as well as a full line of other fruits and veggies year 'round. The Tomato Shed Café serves fresh and local veggies, local shrimp... Read More
The Ambrose Family Farm offers U-pick strawberries, blueberries, blackberries and tomatoes. Generally, fields are open for U-pick the first week in April and close when the weather gets so hot no one comes to "pick your own" - in early to mid July. But... Read More
A blend of tropical elegance, The Islander serves up great cuisine and cocktails in a shabby chic surrounding, offering guests a taste of the good life. Fresh seafood, sushi and refreshing salad selections are prepared with local South Carolina produced... Read More
Centrally located in the Upper King Street area of Historic Downtown Charleston, the Charleston Music Hall is an outstanding venue for shows of all varieties. The Hall is conveniently located next door to two award-winning hotels and three nationally... Read More