Charleston Master Garden Tour

Charleston gardens have been internationally renowned since the 1700s. This tour has guests digging deeper into what makes Charleston gardens so unique. From the interesting and largely sub-tropical plant material […]

Mystique of Charleston Morning History Walk and Talk

Charleston was named after Charles II, known as the "Merry Monarch," and that DNA appears to have been ingrained in the city from its founding. Theatre, taverns, music, horse races, […]

Master Photography Series

Led by professional photography instructor Richard Spencer, this walkabout takes you first into the heart of Charleston's own French Quarter and then to the south of Broad Street to snap […]

Exploring Charleston’s Neighborhoods: Hampton Park

Hampton Park is located just north of Charleston’s bustling downtown, close to the Citadel Military College. Near the end of the Civil War, this 70-acre park, initially part of Orange […]

Tradd Street Piazzas and Gardens Tour

Guests will visit 4-6 private Piazzas and Gardens. No interiors are included this year. This tour gives access to a collection of houses reflecting the evolution of Charleston's superb architecture […]

ABCs of Charleston Morning History Walk and Talk

It is created especially for families so the child in all of us can appreciate the uniqueness and beauty of our city. Your guide will identify the physical elements and […]

Charleston Well Preserved Morning History Walk and Talk

From the ashes of the Civil War and Reconstruction rose a movement -- the first local, grassroots preservation movement in the country -- to safeguard Charleston's historic buildings, sites and […]

South of Broad Piazzas and Gardens

Guests will visit 4-6 private Piazzas and Gardens. No interiors are included. The area south of Broad Street is one of Charleston's most notable neighborhoods and boasts one of the […]