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Rainbow Row

Rainbow Row

83-107 East Bay Street, Charleston, SC 29401

Rainbow Row is the name for a series of thirteen colorful historic houses in Charleston, South Carolina. The houses are located north of Tradd St. and south of Elliott St. on East Bay Street, that is, 79 to 107 East Bay Street.

The Battery

The Battery

Charleston, SC 29401

This is an iconic landmark at the tip of the Charleston peninsula. The Battery as the name suggests, was the place where the battery of cannons was set to defend the city. It has now been converted in a peaceful park that displays such cannons. There are several statues and panels which tell past history and events. In the center there is a gazebo that is used for ceremonies. The walkway let everyone admire the park and the houses behind it from a raised point of view.

Sullivan's Island Beach

Sullivan's Island Beach

Sullivan's Island, SC

Located at the mouth of Charleston Harbor, right by the Isle of Palms, Sullivan’s Island Beach is the perfect respite from city life. Guests can surf, swim, and catch some rays at this scenic stretch of coastline. The beach is public, and it offers one of the most natural environments in the area. On the beachfront, visitors can find many bars and restaurants for a perfect way to wrap up a day in the sand.

Folly Beach

Folly Beach

Folly Beach, SC 29439

Folly Beach is a city on Folly Island, in South Carolina, just south of Charleston. It’s home to Folly Beach Pier, stretching more than 1,000 feet into the ocean. Center Street is lined with surf and souvenir shops. Folly Beach County Park has picnic areas and a pelican rookery. As well as beaches and wildlife-rich habitats, Lighthouse Inlet Heritage Preserve has views of Morris Island Lighthouse, completed in 1876.

Fort Sumter National Monument

Fort Sumter National Monument

SC 29412

Fort Sumter, standing regally at the entrance of Charleston Harbor, was the location of the first battle between the Confederacy and the Union during the American Civil War. Its walls still show much of the extensive damage left behind by that 1861 assault. Now a National Historic Park, it can be accessed by a 30-minute ferry ride. Visitors can explore the fort and its accompanying museum, which showcases the history of the Civil War and of the fort itself.

Church and Union Charleston

Church and Union Charleston

32B North Market Street, Charleston, SC 29401

This century-old church is worth visiting just to soak in the gorgeous space. Read a copy of the Art of War that has been handwritten on the ceiling while you have a drink (and, at minimum, do come for a drink!).

Chubby Fish

Chubby Fish

252 Coming Street, Charleston, SC 29403

The epicenter of seafood in a city where you’ll find a fresh catch on every menu. With an atmosphere that takes the experience to another level and great happy hour deals, this place is a must for seafood lovers. Walk-in only.

Jack of Cups Saloon

Jack of Cups Saloon

34 Center Street, Charleston, SC 29412

Global pub grub, housemade sangria & lots of beer offered in a cozy, no-nonsense space with a patio. This is one of our favorites with a rotating, seasonal menu.

Paddock & Whisky

Paddock & Whisky

1074 East Montague Avenue, North Charleston, SC 29405

This bourbon bar in North Charleston is a favorite of ours. It's a relaxing place to have a drink and if you can get there for happy hour, do it! Bartenders are incredibly knowledgeable about all the bourbon offered and are happy to answer questions. They also have incredible food and the BEST fries!