Our top pick for immersing in Charleston's culture, history, dining, and shopping scene.
Famous for its charming pastel colored homes, Rainbow Row is our favorite street in Charleston.
Waterfront Park is our favorite place to stroll by the water and catch a picturesque Charleston sunset.
Shem Creek flows through the heart of Mt. Pleasant and is known for its many waterfront bars and restaurants. We suggest grabbing drinks at Saltwater Cowboys before dinner!
The Charleston City Market is a historic public market with cultural significance in Charleston. It's a great spot for exploring, shopping, and picking up a souvenir. We own several paintings from the market!
Just a short drive from downtown, Sullivan's is home to some of the prettiest beaches and you can find the best Frosé in Charleston at The Co-Op!
Middleton Place is a historic landmark and home to the oldest landscaped gardens in America. We especially appreciate the tours offered because they focus on the contributions of the enslaved Africans and African Americans who lived and worked there.
A 400-year-old live oak on Johns Island that is well worth the visit!
Kiawah comprises of luxurious resort amenities, shopping, and golf and tennis facilities. A go-to for golfing and enjoying all the island has to offer!
167 Raw Home Team BBQ Magnolias Fleet Landing Mex 1 The Gin Joint Prohibition Low Tide Halls Edmund's Oast Revelry The Darling Oyster Bar Butcher & Bee Poogan's Porch Holy City Brewing The Ordinary Blind Tiger Pub Delaney Oyster House