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Want to take in a local minor league baseball game? Head to Charleston for the day and watch some baseball.
The Charleston Riverdogs (April to Sept): Charleston’s minor league baseball team – partially owned by Billy Murray himself- always offer a great time! The stadium is on the edge of downtown about 10 minutes away by car.
Bill Murray owns our local baseball team. He is our city’s director of fun. You nay even have a celebrity sighting there.
We love going to the Riverdogs games, they are so much fun! It’s minor league baseball. Great for all ages, the tickets run from $8-$105 each. For the best seats right behind home plate are between $16-$20. Not bad! They also have amazing views of the rivers behind the station you can see while…
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“FREE Tours and Tastings, Wednesday through Friday from 3-7PM, and Saturday from 12-5PM”
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“Escape the soulless box store theater chains and gather where people love movies! Support your independent small business. We answer our phones and our emails. We have a vibrant Facebook following and exchange ideas regularly. Add the largest selections of both traditional and unique concessions, along with a huge variety of beer and fine wines from around the corner and around the world, it's clear that the Terrace is simply the best. The Terrace has partnered with numerous local charities to use its fortunate position to raise awareness and money for a variety of causes, including Lowcountry Orphan Relief, Darkness To Light, Charleston Jewish Federation, Pet Helpers, and Lowcountry Food Bank, along with many others. ”
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“Magnolia Plantation and Gardens has one of the best gardens in South Carolina! Home to hundreds of varieties of camilla flowers, azaleas, and bulbs. Their themed gardens are gorgeous. Check out the petting zoo while you’re here too. Best times to visit are winter and spring, but the rest of the year has plenty to see! Acres of walking trails over beautiful footbridges is well worth the entrance fee. ”
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“The historic Battery, at the tip of the peninsula. Its the location on the harbor you always see the weather channel broadcast from during big storms. Wonderful photo spot, large oaks and great spot for a picnic. Great place to see old architecture. Free parking along the battery also. There are no public restrooms in the park though (just keep in mind)”
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