Charleston Tourist Attractions

Historic Charleston is located in the state of South Carolina. The city was previously called "Charles Towne", after King Charles II of England read more arrow
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In the 18th and 19th century, the city of Charleston thrived on the merchandise, which was grown in its many plantations. Charleston's main produce were rice and indigo, which the city managed to export, many thanks to its seaside location read more arrow
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Drayton Hall, which was built in the year 1738, is considered as a National Historic Landmark. It served as a big rice plantation during its' heyday, until it was bought in 1974 read more arrow
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Fort Sumter is a coastal fort located along the harbor of Charleston, South Carolina. Fort Sumter was named after Thomas Sumter, a general and Revolutionary war patriot read more arrow
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The Patriots Point Naval and Maritime Museum is home to three museum ships, namely the USS Clamagore, a naval submarine; USS Yorktown, a naval aircraft carrier; and USS Laffey, a naval destroyer which was closed in August 2009 and recently reopened to the public December 2011. The Patriots Point Naval and Maritime Museum can be found at Mount Pleasant, South Carolina read more arrow
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Folly Beach, tagged as the "Edge of America", is a city situated on Folly Island, one of the districts of Charleston County, South Carolina. This beach town is famous for its surfing attractions, such as the Folly Beach County Park, 10th Street, and Washout read more arrow
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Located along the Harbor of Charleston County, South Carolina is Sullivan's Island. Also called as S read more arrow
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