Peek Into the Past

As far as America’s top destinations go, you wouldn’t associate the mega-attraction of Disneyland with little old Charleston, South Carolina. They’re as different as chalk and cheese, in a good way. Interestingly, the visionary and creative genius, Walt Disney, is the one who said it best, “Tomorrow is a heck of a thing to keep up with.” So, we don’t try.

That’s one of the reasons why Charleston Carriage Works appeals to people by embracing the gentle spirit of the past. The clippety-clop of our gorgeous Percheron horse carriage tours brings to mind the days before fast cars, fast food and fast speed broadband.

By taking a tour from Charleston Carriage Works, visitors can embrace the well-preserved beauty and grace of our charming city. It also becomes a learning experience so visitors can re-discover our American roots and explore the history that still exists within our city.

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Charleston: America’s Favorite City

Charlestonians know that it’s not polite to brag, but it’s acceptable to beam with pride. When Charleston, South Carolina, collected the crown as “America’s #1 Favorite City” for the third year straight, we were exceptionally pleased. When we won the title again, we just had to share the news.

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History and Horses in Charleston

If our horses could talk, Charleston Carriage Works would be the most remarkable guided tour in the world. Alas, we must settle for our friendly human tour guides who have deep knowledge of history, plus a sense of humor and a vast love of Charleston to share with our guests.

So, we wish you a warm welcome as you climb aboard the carriage for a guided 60 minutes getting to know more about why Charleston, South Carolina is known as “The Cradle of Southern History and Charm.”

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A Charleston Carriage Tour For First-Time Visitors

If you’re planning a visit to Charleston, South Carolina, for the first time then you are in for a real treat. The only thing that beats getting to the nation’s favorite destination for the first time is returning for another visit. You’ll want to get a feel for the history without walking your feet off or tiring yourself out from trying to see everything that downtown Charleston has to offer.

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