Badass Broads-Charleston

159 Church St Charleston, South Carolina 29401
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Badass Broads-Charleston
Detail Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes
Badass Broads-Charleston Schedule Schedule
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Get ready to step back in time and immerse yourself in the history of Charleston's gutsy gals with an extraordinary tour named, 'The Badass Broads of Charleston'. With a tempting blend of a scenic stroll through Charleston’s beautiful streets, intriguing riddles of the city’s past and tales of tenacious women who broke barriers. From notorious accomplices, rebel fighters, celebrities, and more - this Charleston, SC experience is packed with tales of defiance and resilience that will leave you with a sense of rebellious inspiration.

Slip on your comfortable shoes and commence this fascinating journey with our knowledgeable guide leading the way. From the historic French Quarter to the crumbling walls of Battery Park, each stop on the two-hour walking tour is a milestone in the city's rich history. As you join the 1-mile trek, expect to trace the footsteps of courageous women who shunned societal constraints to leave their remarkable imprints on Charleston's historical tapestry. From accomplished authors to daring pirates, you'll hear awe-inspiring stories of women who broke the mould, rewriting the pages of history.

As a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Charleston’s history brims with tales of heroism and scandal. The Badass Broads tour dives headfirst into this riveting narrative, sharing the stories of rebels like pirate Anne Bonny, civil rights activist Septima Clark, and Revolutionary spy Eliza Lucas Pinckney amongst others, who dared to defy expectations and pioneer change. You'll get to the heart of Charleston's past, adding an enriching layer of knowledge to your understanding of the city.

The passionate and engaging guides are sure to add a dash of humor and a sprinkle of scandal to your tour – the recipe for an unforgettable experience. The guide's charismatic storytelling is the secret ingredient that brings alive the chapters of history and highlights the determination of the distinguished women who shaped Charleston. With tales both heartrending and humorous, you'll enjoy a captivating whirlwind through history that's both entertaining and educational.

As your tour concludes, you'll feel a profound connection to this historical city and the bold women who formed its identity. The tour comes full circle as you look back on the places you visited, the stories that unraveled, and the extraordinary Badass Broads of Charleston. The echoes of their spirit, strength, and resourcefulness, will remain with you, inspiring a sense of empowerment and leaving a lasting impression that undoubtedly makes this walking tour an unmissable part of any Charleston visit.

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 Stop at  Bitty and Beau's Coffee
Discover the charming Bitty & Beau’s Coffee near Charleston, SC. Famous for employing individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities, this coffee shop offers more than a caffeine fix. As they say, it's not just a cup of coffee, but a human rights movement. Come for the fresh brew, and stay for the warm smiles, remarkable service, and inspiring spirit of acceptance and inclusion.
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 Pass By  Rainbow Row
Welcome to Rainbow Row in Charleston, SC, America's longest cluster of Georgian row houses. Each home boasts a vividly-painted pastel façade - a feast for the eyes.
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 Pass By  Nathaniel Russell House
Immerse yourself in American history at the Nathaniel Russell House, a Charleston epitome of neoclassical style dating back to 1808. This must-visit attraction provides a vivid glimpse into opulent pre-Civil War life designed with incredible architectural finesse.
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 Stop at  Old Exchange and Provost Dungeon
Delve into American history at the Old Exchange and Provost Dungeon, Charleston. Built in 1771 and a key chessboard in the War of Independence, it hosts a rich chronicle of the nation's past.
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 Stop at  Pink House Gallery
Discover the Pink House Gallery, Charleston's oldest stone house built in 1694. This charming gallery filled with historic artistry displays an array of impressive artifacts and unique crafts. Its sandstone construction and quirky, narrow design add to its Floridian charm.
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 Stop at  St. Philip's Church
Discover an iconic symbol of American history at St. Philip's Church. Nestled in the heart of Charleston, South Carolina, this remarkable edifice reflects the richness of southern tradition.

So lace up your walking shoes and delve into a world where Badass Broads crafted history. Experience the unique impact made by these dauntless damsels, and take away not only a deeper knowledge of Charleston’s vivacious past but also an inspired sense of your own potential. It's time to walk on the wild side, would you dare to tread? Embark on this journey and let the spirited echoes of Charleston's Badass Broads inspire your own badass journey of discovery.

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Historic Women of Charleston Guided Walking Tour
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    Guide Language: EN
    Guide Type: Guide

Frequently Asked Questions for Badass Broads-Charleston:
  • What methods of transportation does the Badass Broads-Charleston use?
    This is a walking tour.
  • Is there any walking involved?
    Yes. There is approximately 1 mile of easy walking done on this tour.
  • Approximately how long does the Badass Broads-Charleston last?
    It lasts approximately 2 hours.
  • For what ages is the tour appropriate?
    Great for all ages.
  • What type of dress & footwear are recommended?
    Wear comfortable shoes.
  • Is the Badass Broads-Charleston handicap accessible?
    No, it is not wheelchair accessible.
  • Where does the tour meet?
    Bitty and Beau’s Coffee 159 Church St, Charleston, SC 29401, USA
  • Is there a minimum number of tickets?
    Yes, there is a minimum of 1 tickets.
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