A tour to “Charleston Romance”
Let’s explore Charleston with our professional guide. You can try to avoid it, but Charleston’s history is on display everywhere the Joe Riley Waterfront Park, Old Exchange, Philadelphia Alley, French Quarter, and Provost Dungeon of Charleston. The city has a grid-style layout over a watery peninsula in the Atlantic Ocean. For more than 300 years antique, King street has been the primary vein. You discover stunning structures at some stage in the city so deliver your digital camera. South of huge, and specifically Rainbow Row, is well-known for its fantastically restored pastel townhouses. Charleston’s high-end shopping hotspot is geared toward tourists. Joe Riley Waterfront Park is a colorful row of historic homes near the waterfront along East Bay. Walk by the brightly colored homes and then head east down Elliott Street to the waterfront.
- Professional local tour guide
- Old Exchange and Provost Dungeon Admission Fee
Route & Duration
Joe Riley Waterfront Park
Joe Riley Waterfront Park great place to relax in the breeze on the swings or step out onto the pier to enjoy the dolphins, birds, and sailors passing by. There are fountains to quench your thirst after a stroll around Charleston. There are usually vendors near the fountains selling refreshing shaved ice snacks, and it's fun to watch the kids play in the fountains.
The Pineapple Fountain was designed by Stu Dawson and Mark Dawson, all of the design firm Sasaki. The park's eight acres overlook Charleston Harbor and the Ravenel Bridge. The park also features a large fountain for children of all ages to play with during the hot Lowcountry summers.
Old Exchange and Provost Dungeon
The Old Exchange Building is a Charleston landmark and the site of some of the most critical events in South Carolina history.
Unity Alley, Unity Aly
Unity Alley is This historic district positioned on the southeastern end of the peninsula is better known as the French Quarter.
Philadelphia's alleys are narrow, unpretentious lanes whose history has been marked by a series of dramatic events. After his two devastating fires and the cutting of its northern end, the lane turned into a quiet, shady state that attracts both tourists and residents.
French Quarter as one of Charleston's oldest streets, Lodge Alley is a visual example of Charleston's connection to the Old World, showing the ally definition of city streets rather than boulevards. Lodge Yokocho still looks like a port town.
By the Entrance of Joe Riley Waterfront Park, Concord Street, Charleston, SC 29401, United States
You can cancel up to 24 hours in advance of the experience for a full refund.