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What to see in Charleston?

Dec 06, 2023

Charleston is a real gem whose value has not yet been fully considered. Meanwhile, according to the popular magazine Travel+Leisure, in 2023 Charleston became the most favorite US city among travelers for 11 times in a row. And in 2016, he topped the world rankings.
The Charleston Museum, founded back in 1773, is considered the oldest in the United States. The exhibition includes historical artifacts associated with the region, fossils, examples of flora and fauna, and unique silver crafts.

Patriots Point Naval & Maritime Museum is simply a naval museum that will make even an adult's eyes light up like a child's. Take advantage of the unique opportunity to walk around a warship - the museum is located on a real aircraft carrier!

The South Carolina Aquarium houses up to 7 thousand animals and fish, distributed across nine galleries. Living exhibits belong not only to the aquatic world, but also to the land world. There is even a contact area where visitors can touch horseshoe crabs and Atlantic stingrays.

Magnolia Plantation combines landscaping, botanical gardens and history into a delicious meal called Magnolia Plantation. The manor house has hosted hundreds of banquets over 300 years of history, and the dingy huts have seen many years of slave labor and tears shed on a rice plantation.

Take a look at the most colorful street in the city - Rainbow Row (literally “Rainbow Row”). There are 13 historical houses on it, mostly built in the 18th and 19th centuries.

In Waterfront Park, on one side the water surface will caress the eye, on the other - buildings in a colonial style. Now the most respectable residents of Charleston live here.

Charles Towne Landing State Historic Site - This is where the first English settlers arrived and, frankly speaking, their choice was not bad: six miles of walking trails, 80 acres of gardens and a breathtaking oak grove.

The Ravenel Bridge reveals the collision of Charleston Harbor and the Atlantic Ocean. It is the third longest cable-stayed bridge in the Western Hemisphere and often graces postcards from Charleston.

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