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Sightseeing Tours

Explore Charleston

Explore Charleston has planned five exciting sightseeing tours to kick off Contact '18. Check them all out below!

If these gardens could talk

Attendees will tour Middleton Place, a National Historic Landmark. Afterward, we'll check out Magnolia Plantation and Gardens, which will begin aboard the Nature Train. Experience history and wildlife on this adventurous tour of the plantation’s wetlands, lakes, forests and marshes.

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Time to hit the fairways

Patriots Point Golf Link, situated on the edge of Charleston Harbor, offers spectacular views of the city and Fort Sumter. it'ss a favorite place to play for locals and resort guests. Any golf trip to South Carolina’s historic city of Charleston is not complete without a round at this memorable harbor side golf course.

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Some would say Charleston tastes as good as it looks

Savor the flavors of Charleston as we walk, talk and taste our way through the city. This culinary tour will immerse you in the history and culture of the Lowcountry. You will discover how our unique cuisine has evolved over the past 300+ years.

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SOLD OUT! Que the dolphons

Our tour begins with lunch at Tavern & Table on famed Shem Creek. You’ll then enjoy a Shem Creek kayak tour with Coastal Expeditions. Kayak past the working shrimp boats into the edge of the Charleston Harbor. Dolphins, a bird rookery and unmatched views of the Holy City await!

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Visiting the cultural heart of Charleston

We’ll begin with lunch near City Market and a carriage tour of the historic district. Carriages will stop at either the Nathaniel Russell house or the Heyward Washington house. A tour of the Old Exchange Provost Dungeon is followed by City Market shopping.

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