On its redefined fall tours, Preservation Society of Charleston is ‘walking the walk’
preservation-admin , July 1, 2022
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For its annual Fall Tours, Preservation Society of Charleston will limit the size of groups and will focus on the quality of each offering by enlisting noted professionals and training volunteers. Justin Falk/Provided
For 46 years, locals and visitors alike have laced up their walking shoes to enjoy an informed and eye-catching perspective on Charleston’s cultural legacy, both inside and out. They have gotten a rare gander at some architectural edifices, and a deeper sense of its overarching ethos, too.
That’s all thanks to the annual Preservation Society of Charleston Fall Tours, which traverse the city to offer often elusive glimpses at some of the city’s singular aesthetic gems.
This year the organization is walking its walk in a new way. With the goal of upholding Charleston’s storied architectural and cultural character, the Preservation Society has launched a forward-looking approach to its popular program.