Sites & Insights Tours

375 Meeting ST

Charleston, SC 29407

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Phone: (843) 552-9995

City: Charleston

Region: Coastal & Islands

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Sites & Insights Tours

See sites and hear stories of Charleston's Black History and Gullah Geechee Culture from an African American perspective in our motorized Black History & Porgy and Bess Tour of Charleston, and Sea Island Tours of James and Johns Islands. Plantation and special tours available upon request. Combination tour of Charleston and the Sea Islands offers visitors a taste of all the Gullah / Geechee Culture. Step-On Bus Services. Tours depart daily from the Visitor Center, 375 Meeting Street.

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