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A Brief History of Charleston, SC – From Carriage to Car

You don’t earn a reputation as one of America’s most historic cities by accident. As anyone who’s visited Charleston knows, you can see enough history from the streets and understand that this jewel of South Carolina goes back centuries. But how much do you really know about the founding and history of Charleston, from carriage to car? The history of Charleston is too long to tackle here, but here’s a brief overview of what makes our city so special. Read more

2017 Southeastern Wildlife Exposition (SEWE) in Charleston, SC

Alligators. World-renowned species of birds taking flight. Dogs performing amazing feats of athleticism. Whatever your favorite animal may be, there’s a good chance you can check it out at the Southeastern Wildlife Exposition (SEWE) right here in Charleston, SC. This exposition isn’t just a pretty show—it’s one of the hottest tickets in town every single year. This year, festivities will take place February 17-19 (Fri-Sun). Read more

The Aiken-Rhett House in Charleston, SC

With a wide range of historical buildings representing architecture that dates to the 1800s and earlier, Charleston presents one of the best ways to experience the earliest days of America. Nowhere is that more obvious than in the Aiken-Rhett house—now the Aiken-Rhett House and Museum. While the house may have just been another dot in the landscape in the 1800s, its timeless architecture and unique history have made it one of the best reasons to visit the Holy City’s famous historic district. Read more

Nathaniel Russell House: An Essential Piece of Charleston’s History

If taking a carriage tour through Charleston, SC feels like stepping into history, then you haven’t met the Nathaniel Russel House yet. Built in 1808 and preserved to keep its historical authenticity, visiting this house allows guests to take a trip back in time. Read more