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Charleston 2-Hour Historical Walking Tour with Guide

Highlights
  • Get around Charleston on foot with a guide who knows the way
  • Hear historical stories about the city from an insider 
  • See main sites, such as St. Michael's Church, in just a few hours 
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2-Hour Historical Walking Tour of Charleston
From US$22.00
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9:45am TourMost Popular
This tour departs at 9:45am for a 2-hour historical walking tour of Charleston.
US$22.00
3:00pm Tour
This Tour departs at 3:00pm for a 2-hour historical walking tour of Charleston.
US$22.00
1:00 pm Tour
This tour departs at 1:00 pm for a 2-hour historical walking tour of Charleston.
US$22.00
Overview
See Charleston’s main historical attractions as you learn about the city’s history during this walking tour. You’ll save time because your guide knows the fastest ways between landmarks, including historic St. Michael’s Church, and you can be sure you won’t lose your way while strolling the streets. With multiple tours offered daily, you’re also able to choose a time that best suits your schedule.
What to Expect
Your historical tour of Charleston meets at the Gibbes Museum of Art on Meeting Street. Once you get acquainted with your guide, set out on a walking adventure through some of the city’s most well-known areas.

Pass by St. Michael's Church, located on a scenic, tree-lined street. See the city’s historical mansions and gardens, and hear stories about the people that owned them over the years. Your guide will tell you other fascinating facts about Charleston’s past.

Dive into the history of the colonial days, the American Civil War, and the Revolutionary War, and gain a better understanding about Charleston’s present. Learn about its culture, traditions, and Southern charm.
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Walking Tour Summery

Our tour guide was not from Savannah but did his homework and learned as much as he could about this city. These tours are a great way to learn about the cities you are visiting. I would recommend doing them as soon as you can...More

Thank James P
Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Our 2-Hour Historical Walking Tour of Charleston was the best!

We saw more and learned more about historic Charleston in just over 2 hours than we could have walking it on our own in a week. Jennie our guide was full of amazing and insightful facts about Chareston, it’s history, architecture and so much more....More

Thank Scott H
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile
Needed a history lesson of the area

We thoroughly enjoyed this walking tour on a muggy Sunday morning. I highly recommend taking into consideration the weather at the time of year you are planning to go. We we're glad to be on the earliest tour of the day. Barry was a great...More

Thank GBWeible
Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Wonderful!

We had the BEST time. Barry was our tour guide and he was amazing. The tour was so informative. We left the tour feeling like we really knew Charleston's past. He provided many historical facts with a great sense of humor. We fell in love...More

1  Thank Heather S
Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Glad I did walking tour!!

Jini did a good job, very informative! She works hard on giving us lots of information. I felt like she was not "watching the clock" and gave us extra time to ask questions. The next day I took her advise on a good scenic area...More

Thank R9052ZCjohnd
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August 22, 2018|
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Response from John-Katie B | Reviewed this property |
There was a dog in our group. However (and I am dog owner myself), unless the pet is extremely well behaved and won’t bark and/or be a distraction to the group, leave him/her at home. It’s not fair to others who are trying... More
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Kelly L
July 23, 2018|
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Response from John-Katie B | Reviewed this property |
We were a large group which they split into two groups. There were maybe 10 people per group.
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tbarnickel
July 11, 2018|
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Response from John-Katie B | Reviewed this property |
Yes, however some of the streets are uneven.
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