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Just entering this museum is a delight; the structure itself extends out over Charleston Harbor and as guests draw near
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Mt. Pleasant, South Carolina bowling alley offers 10-pin bowling.
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When the temperatures start rising in Charleston, this water park's attractions are sure to cool you off. Home to both tube-style and open, 200-foot slides, as well as a children's Cari...
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10-pin bowling alley in Charleston features party facilities, Xtreme (cosmic) bowling, and league bowling.
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This 943-acre park offers a variety of recreational opportunities, including crabbing and fishing along tidal creeks and lagoons, an off-leash dog park, biking/walking paths, pad...
When the Powder Magazine was built in 1712, South Carolina was a proprietary colony owned by eight British aristocrats. Seven years later, the colonists peacefully overthrew the Lords Pro...
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The Avery Research Center for African American History and Culture at the College of Charleston was established in 1985. From its inception, the Center has served as a so...
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Once part of a complex of buildings, the Slave Mart building is the only structure to remain. When it was first constructed in 1859, the open ended building was referred to as...
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The Confederate Museum, located on the second floor of Market Hall, may be one of the smaller Charleston museums, but it offers a stunning and fascinating view of the War Between the St...
Nathaniel Russell House has been designated a National Historic Landmark This site possesses national significance in commemorating the history of the United States of America 1974 Nation...
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The Children's Museum of the Lowcountry is the perfect family activity for those travelling with young children! All eight of the museum's exhibits feature hands-on learning and imagina...
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The cityÃ‚Â’s most intact antebellum urban complex (c. 1820). Historic interiors, surviving virtually unaltered since 1858, have been conserved and stabilized. Many family object...
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The Greek Revival Edmondston-Alston House, which is open for public tours throughout the year.
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