If you want to get the most out of your Charleston experience, take the See It All City Tour; this 90-minute journey will allow you to see all of the city’s historical highlights.
After boarding your climate-controlled tour bus at the Charleston Visitor Center, your knowledgeable guide will share more than three centuries of unique Charleston history with you in the hour and a half excursion.
Detailed Tour Itinerary
Drive By Fort Sumter National Monument
While Fort Sumter is located on an island in Charleston Harbor and only accessible by boat, you'll get to see the monument as you drive by. This is the very location where America's civil war began in 1861, making it a great historical addition to the tour.
Drive By The Citadel
The Citadel, originally part of historic downtown Charleston, currently sits on the banks of the Ashley River. The campus is breathtakingly beautiful and open to the public year round.
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Tour Stop at Battery Park - White Point Gardens
Used to house cannons during the war of 1812 and the Civil War, Battery Park is another historic part of Charleston that you'll have the pleasure of experiencing. You and your family are welcome to get out and explore at this stop, take some pictures in the beautiful white point gardens, and see some mesmerizing Charleston houses.
Drive By Rainbow Row
Representing the longest cluster of Georgian houses in a row within the United States, Rainbow Row has been attracting visitors for more than a century. 14 houses, all in a line, are brightly colored with all of the different colors of the rainbow. There is some argument as to why the houses are so strangely colored, but one thing is for sure; Rainbow Row is an appealing part of Charleston good for any visitor.
Drive By Old City Market
Dubbed Charleston's most visited attraction and also referred to as the cultural heart of the city, guests can choose to end their tour here to have more time to explore the Market or journey back to the Visitor Center with the rest of the bus. The City Market is overflowing with Charleston culture; try some local foods, shop for souvenirs, and watch craftsmen create new art.
Stops may change due to traffic, weather, maintenance, etc.
As you journey through the city, you'll be driven by all of Charleston's must-see sights, such as rainbow row, The Citadel, and even Fort Sumter National Monument. As a break from all of the historical sights and information, the tour stops at Battery Park for a relaxing and scenic break, plus a nice photo-op by the beautiful White Point Gardens. For a comprehensive look at everything Charleston has to offer, whether it be history or beauty, look no further than the See It All City Tour.