South Carolina

  • Churches and Graveyards

    Published 03/14/13 in Places
    Churches and Graveyards

    The Holy City is known for its churches, and Charleston's churches are equally famous for their cemeteries and graveyards. Circular Congregational Church (pictured) features some of the finest…   See the Image

  • Aiken-Rhett House

    Published 03/14/13 in Places
    Aiken-Rhett House

    One of the most intact urban antebellum complexes in America, the Aiken-Rhett House on Elizabeth Street was built for Charleston merchant John Robinson in 1920. The home was extensively expanded in…   See the Image

  • Arthur Ravenel Jr. Bridge

    Published 03/14/13 in Places
    Arthur Ravenel Jr. Bridge

    Also known as the New Cooper River Bridge, the eight-lane Arthur Ravenel Jr. Bridge is one of the longest cable-stayed bridges in the Western Hemisphere at 1,546 feet. Stretching over the Cooper…   See the Image

  • Drayton Hall

    Published 03/14/13 in Places
    Drayton Hall

    A visit to Charleston is not complete without a day trip to the historic plantations along Ashley River Road. Built in 1738, Drayton Hall is the oldest surviving example of Georgian Palladian…   See the Image

  • Magnolia Plantation and Gardens

    Dating back to 1676, Magnolia Plantation on Ashley River Road is one of the oldest plantations in the South. Originally a rice plantation, the residence became known for its gardens in the 1840s,…   See the Image

  • The Citadel

    Published 03/14/13 in Places
    The Citadel

    The Citadel is one of six senior military colleges in the United States and is best known for its undergraduate Corps of Cadets military program. The college sits on a 300-acre tract of land on…   See the Image

  • Fort Sumter

    Published 03/14/13 in Places
    Fort Sumter

    Located in the Charleston Harbor, this masonry sea fort is best known for the Battle of Fort Sumter in 1861, when the first shots of the Civil War were fired. Today, the fort is open to visitors…   See the Image

  • Morris Island Lighthouse

    Published 03/14/13 in Places
    Morris Island Lighthouse

    Located on a small sandbar in the southernmost point of the Charleston Harbor, the Morris Island Lighthouse was completed in 1876 and now stands several hundred feet offshore due to years of…   See the Image

  • Patriots Point

    Published 03/14/13 in Places
    Patriots Point

    Since it opened to the public in 1976, Patriots Point Naval and Maritime Museum on the Charleston Harbor has educated more than 270,000 visitors each year about America's naval history. The…   See the Image

  • Fishing Charters

    Published 03/14/13 in Places
    Fishing Charters

    Fishing charters are a great way to enjoy the South Carolina coast and catch inshore fish like redfish, trout and flounder, and offshore fish like sailfish, mahi mahi, king mackerel, black-fin tuna…   See the Image

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