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Charleston, South Carolina

  • Dock Street Theatre

    The first theatre in the colonies, Dock Street opened in 1736 and was lost in the fire of 1740. The Planters Hotel opened on the site in 1809 and thrived until the 1860s, when it was damaged during th...
    Dock Street Theatre
  • Charleston Imax Theatre

    THINK BIG! The only 3D theatre in South Carolina, Charleston IMAX offers a variety of films throughout the year. The IMAX experience is the world's most powerful and involving film experience, with b...
    Charleston Imax Theatre

Attractions and Upcoming Events

Twenty-Seven State Street B&B

(c. 1800) Located in the French Quarter of the orginial walled city; Our carriage house suites each have a private entrance and overlook a courtyard; Free parking ; SC Bed and Breakfast Assn. Charter member;

Charleston, SC Businesses

North Charleston Inn

One mile from Charleston International Airport;

Charleston, SC Businesses

Holiday Inn Historic District

Centrally located; ; Arrangements for tours, etc.; Decorated with beautiful reproductions of 18th century furnishings;

Charleston, SC Businesses

Wild Dunes Resort

Just 20 minutes from downtown Charleston, Wild Dunes Resort is a 1,600

Charleston, SC Businesses

Red Roof Inn - Charleston

Children under 18 stay free with parents;

Charleston, SC Businesses

Things to do near Charleston, SC

Econo Lodge

Welcome to Econo Lodge! We are conveniently located to historic downtown Charleston and the Charleston Coliseum. While you ar...

Best Value Inn

Located near the interstate. Shopping and restaurants are located nearby. Pet-friendly motel. Includes an outdoor pool for...

On The Market Tours With Tommy Dew

Tommy Dew leads guided tours to some of the most beautiful parts of downtown Charleston, where cobblestone streets, stately a...

82 Queen

Located at 82 Queen Street. Come discover why the readers of Southern Living magazine voted 82 Queen Charleston's "Best City...

Charles Towne Landing State Historic Site

Cannons boom. Muskets bark. Interpretive rangers in 17th century dress tend heirloom crops. They’re all part of the “new” Cha...