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Best things to do in Charleston

“Free and beautiful - the Angel Oak Tree is the oldest tree this side of the Mississippi. It's a beautiful (and quick) sight to see any time of year. ”
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Historische Stätte
“Founded in 1676 by the Drayton family, Magnolia Plantation has survived the centuries and witnessed the history of our nation unfold before it from the American Revolution through the Civil War and beyond. It is the oldest public tourist site in the Low Country, and the oldest public gardens in America, opening its doors to visitors in 1870 to view the thousands of beautiful flowers and plants in its famous gardens. So join us here at Magnolia Plantation to experience the beauty of its gardens and its rich history today. ”
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“Best steak in town. Yelp voted this in the top 10 restaurants in all of USA”
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Storage Facility
“Iconic Street for Shopping in town with everything from local finds to antiques to chains and dining ”
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Point of Interest
“A large, mostly open-air market, full of local and non-local crafts, clothing, souvenirs.”
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Südstaaten- / Afroamerikanisches Restaurant
“People to rave about this spot for getting a southern kick. You'll find a long wait for a table here almost any day so plan accordingly! ”
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“James Island County Park offers a variety of activities, including: climbing wall, lots of smooth paths, disc golf course, fishing piers, waterpark, playgrounds, dog park, and more. They also host several festivals, concerts and events throughout the year.”
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Historische Stätte
“The start of the Civil War. A cool ferry ride to an hour self guided state park, PArk Rangers are very knowledgeable, the fort itself, has not be restored, so expect to see the "ruins" of the fort. Great tip ---- Take the 1st boat of the day out and Help raise the 10x20Ft American Flag on the Fort. Boats leave from Downtown Charleston and Mt Pleasant by The USS Yorktown complex .”
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“Step back in time when you tour the grounds and home of this antebellum era plantation. Stroll the avenue of oaks and step inside the colonial revival home and slave cabins. It is one of America’s oldest working plantations, still producing crops. Their fresh fruits and vegetables, along with other locally produced items, can be purchased across Hwy 17 at Boone Hall Farms Market.”
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Vietnamesisches Restaurant
“Creative, multicultural Asian cooking & specialty cocktails in a trendy converted gas station.”
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“My all time favorite Sullivan's Island restaurant. 'The Sleeper' burger is my go to item to order on the menu. ”
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“Many live band perform here. There's a fabulously talented band that performs live Motown outdoors for FREE on Sundays from 1-4pm, with the James Island Farmer's Market (produce, crafts, food trucks) out back.”
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“Relaxed joint serving oysters, Southern-style seafood & fried chicken in a rustic, trendy setting.”
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“Located on the beautiful Charleston harbor you'll find touch tanks, fun exhibits, and lots of educational opportunities too!”
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“To us, Bowens Island exemplifies the best of Charleston. Incredible setting on the Stono River, FRESH fish, shrimp, and oysters, local craft beer on tap, and no frills. And it is about a 7 minute drive from the suite!”
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Südstaaten- / Afroamerikanisches Restaurant
“An ever-changing menu of locally sourced Southern dishes served in a restored Victorian-era home.”
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