Planning for Family Fun in Charleston, South Carolina

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It’s not too soon to plan a Spring Break for the family in fabulous Charleston. The city’s hotels and nearby resorts have dozens of family getaway packages offering dining, beaches, parks and wonderful attractions, from South Carolina Aquarium to antebellum plantation experiences.

The best way to begin your Charleston visit is by climbing aboard one of our comfortable, covered, expertly guided Charleston carriage tours. You’ll get a sense of our historic city as the horses’ hooves go clippety-clop upon the old cobblestones, church bells ring and people wave hello.

We suggest booking ahead to avoid disappointment, as Charleston is such a popular destination for spring. In fact, we’re America’s favorite city for the fourth year in a row, as chosen by readers of Condé Nast Traveler Magazine.

Best Horses in Charleston

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Kids and adults of all ages love our horses. And, our horses love treading the streets of Charleston, which have been home to horses since the late 17th century. In the 21st century, our beloved Belgian and Percheron heavy draft horses such as Big John, Prince, Dan, and Ben, are descendants of the type that have worked on farms and in cities for hundreds of years.

When they’re not vacationing at our Johns Island farm, you can visit our gorgeous horses at the Charleston Carriage Works barn before or after your horse drawn carriage ride. Here’s a comment from a recent guest, “We were there early and they let us go the barn to pet the horses and ask questions. They take very good care of the animals. I also like that they use horses as compared to mules that some others use.”

Best Charleston Carriage Tours

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You make us proud. Ninety-eight percent of our guest testimonials recommend us as the Best Carriage Tours – Charleston SC, with more than 85 percent rating their experience with us as “Excellent.”[Testimonials such as, “This was our third carriage tour and this tour company was by far the best,” are so rewarding.

We have a combined knowledge of more than 60 years in the business of Charleston horse carriage tours operating from the horse carriage barn at 20 Anson Street in Charleston’s Historic District.