It's the South, and it's Charleston. There are great places to eat and drink, beautiful beaches, and quaint little shops. However, Charleston is much more. Charleston is history - amazing history.
Charleston has the largest collection of colonial buildings in all of North America, and the birthplace of so many things we take for granted, such as libraries, orphanages, and even golf courses. You are sure to learn some amazing facts about the little southern town that did so much to shape America.
Join our historians as we wind down the tree-lined streets of Charleston and past the buildings that made our country possible. On our History Tours we'll see the harbor where it all started. The home where George Washington lived, even the wall that protected the city from pirates. So come on ya'll let's take a sightseeing tour, and lets go learn something!
The sun is hanging low in the western sky, and the temperature is starting to fall. What better time to stroll the streets of Charleston and learn about the amazing history that made this city, and our country possible. 350 years of struggle defined by the people, the architecture, and the world events you know as history - but locals know as Charleston.
Join our certified historians on this evening stroll down tree-lined paths, and up cobblestone streets put down in the early 1700s. Listen, as they walk you through the history of this sleepy southern town that played such a large part in forming our country. You’ll see colonial building, stand where George Washington stood, and even stand in the middle of original fort of Charles Town.
So come on y'all, this tour ain't gonna book itself.
Let's face facts... Much of what we learn in school about the history of America is simply wrong!
From things like where the Civil War actually started, to the real truth behind why we celebrate the 4th of July...even the truth behind widely misrepresented topics like Slavery, Architecture, Flags, and even how much of the 350-year-old fort of Charleston is right where they left it... if you know where to look.
So, join our historians as we wind down the tree-lined streets and past the buildings that made our country possible. We'll see the harbor where it all started. The home where George Washington lived, even the walls that protected the city from pirates. So come on ya'll, lets go learn something!
We may say the word shit on this tour. Don't be offended. We're guessing you have heard a lot worse. :)
Join us for a spooky trip into the darker side of Charleston. We'll even show you real photos other guests have captured of ghosts on the tour....that's if you aren't too scared!