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Historic Charleston Guided Sightseeing Walking Tour

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Without a guided tour, you’re likely to miss all the tales from Charleston’s rich 400-year history that make this city one of the top destinations in the United States. A guide brings the "Holy City" to life by pointing out the buildings, monuments, and other historic attractions that mark Charleston’s development from an early colonial settlement to the thriving hub of Southern culture that it is today.
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JLK wrote a review Today
Chestertown, Maryland62 contributions3 helpful votes
So many artists and venders in one place. You can buy clothes, picture, food, baskets, jewelry, coaters, books and much more all in one place.
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Date of experience: January 2021
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MPC2of3 wrote a review 19 Jan
Atlanta, Georgia155 contributions50 helpful votes
We last visited the City Market in December 2019 and it was thriving. Due to winter and Covid, there were fewer booths open in January 2021. I was also there on a weekday. I always recommend a visit to the market, but be prepared that there may be fewer vendors than in the past. Even if you are not shopping, it is a great area to walk around and take in the history of Charleston.
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Date of experience: January 2021
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Lily V wrote a review 18 Jan
Miami, Florida294 contributions31 helpful votes
they have sweets, bathbombs jewelry, snacks , sweets ,dolls stands , christmas decos , ornaments , toys, scarves , you name it .. put your mask on and walk through to go shopping for souveniers...
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Date of experience: January 2021
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Juli B wrote a review 17 Jan
Jacksonville, Florida56 contributions19 helpful votes
Love going here! Have been to Charleston many many times and I never get tired of going there! This time I found a tea that I had had at Toast's. Also bought some moked dresses for my niece;s birthday
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Date of experience: January 2021
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Ninjamama1 wrote a review 17 Jan
Charleston, South Carolina28 contributions10 helpful votes
City Market is basically a narrow warehouse like building with a variety of purportedly locally made products but in reality have only a few truly local vendors. It reminds me of a commercialized hall of mostly souvenirs ranging from foods and spices to jewelry and crafts. The most impressive vendors were the sweetgrass basket weavers. My teens were unimpressed except for a few local items they bought (grits and peach jam). Beware of the grass “rose” pushers at the entrances and exits. They'll offer you a rose in exchange for cash. It’s an unapproved solicitation. I’ve been to this market years ago when the vendors were more likely locals and they also sold fresh vegetables and fruits. I preferred that to what it’s become. With all the beautiful historical treasures in downtown Charleston, this place should be one of the last places to visit, if at all.
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Date of experience: January 2021
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