Charleston Art Tours

53 Broad ST

Charleston, SC 29401

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Phone: (843) 860-3327

City: Charleston

Region: Coastal & Islands

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Charleston Art Tours

Fine Art Gallery Tour – We simplify and streamline the process and selection out of which art galleries to see in Charleston. One of the finest art destinations in the country with over 50 art galleries, we select which galleries are currently exhibiting the best work at the time of your visit. All professional artist guides have a wealth of local knowledge and will share with you the background of the artist and their artwork. Also, you will receive an understanding of the Charleston Art scene, allowing you a rare private view of the Charleston art landscape. Our upscale two-hour walking tour encompasses visiting six to eight galleries in a group limited to eight people. You will meet the gallery owners/directors and occasionally an artist, too. At the final gallery you receive refreshments of sparkling wine and water, chocolates and a surprise gift bag.

The Charleston Art Tours office and studio is in the building of self-taught sculptor Clark Mills’ studio. Mills created the bronze statue of Andrew Jackson in Lafayette Square in Washington, D. C. His studio was located at 51/53 Broad Street (formerly 59 Broad Street), in Charleston, SC.

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