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Charleston Old South Evening Carriage Tour with Guide

Highlights
  • Evening carriage tour of Charleston
  • Travel in horse and buggy through the city's oldest historic section
  • Learn about the history of Charleston between 1680 and 1770, including its mounted defense against numerous invaders
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Charleston Old South Evening Carriage Tour with Guide
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Our Daily Evening Colonial Charles Town Carriage Tour departs at 5:30pm. Please arrive 15-minutes prior.
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Overview
Discover Charleston's colonial roots on this evening carriage tour within the city of Charles Towne's original boundaries. Travel with a horse and buggy, just as the colonists did, on an evening tour that spares you from the midday heat as you learn about Charleston history between 1680-1770, including a visit to the oldest building in Charleston, the Four Corners of Law, Waterfront Park, and more.
What to Expect

This after-hours tour covers 15 blocks, mostly within the original city's boundaries. As your licensed tour guide expounds on Charleston's 350-year history, ride past the Powder Magazine (oldest building), the Circular Congregational Church with the oldest graveyard in the city, and the Four Corners of Law.
Turn onto Broad St. taking you on one of the oldest trading routes through the city, passing the Old Exchange Building, Waterfront Park with its prominent Pineapple Fountain, and the historic City Market. 

The carriage is pulled by the strongest working draft horses! These are the same kinds of draft horses that worked on American farms in the early 1800s.

Reviews (12)
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Extremely informative and fun

This tour was worth every penny. It lasted about an hour and 20 minutes. They did not get in any hurry, several brief stops to show and tell about the history of Charleston. The guide was great. They actually have 5 routes, its the luck...More

Date of experience: November 2018
Thank Bill L
Reviewed October 31, 2018
Spooktacular Time

Our tour guide, Carol, was full of wonderful spooktacular Charleston ghost stories and history. She interacted with each of us, pulling us into her stories and laughter. The horse guiding our carriage was white and I do believe his name was, Jack. We had a...More

Date of experience: October 2018
Thank FrequentFlier135391
Reviewed October 29, 2018
First Rate Guide!

Our guide Elliott was outstanding! He has a great personality and really knew his stuff. My husband loves history and has read many books on the war and enjoyed the new things Elliott shared with us.

Date of experience: October 2018
Thank deniselowen
Reviewed September 28, 2018
Great Tour of Charleston

We enjoyed our Carriage tour of Charleston. Wish we could have visited another part of the city but after you leave the horse stalls, you make a stop and they draw a ball to let you know which part of Charleston that you will be...More

Date of experience: June 2018
1  Thank Bretmcbunch
Reviewed August 28, 2018
this was fun

we did it at night and it was exciting to see the places they took us and the people were so nice ..... and we see the city in a different way

Date of experience: July 2018
Thank Pamella M
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