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Steve Bailey, a licensed and registered tour guide and native Charlestonian, offers a two-hour walking tour of America's most historic city. The tour remains within the walls and buildings of the only English walled city in North America. From the...more
Suggested duration: 2-3 hours
80 Broad St, Washington Square, Corner of Meeting St and Broad St, Charleston, SC 29401-2901
Steve is a life long Charlestonian who offers amazing private tours South of Broad.
He is extremely knowledgeable, interesting and very entertaining.
He answered every question. And we toured some streets and off the beaten paths that enhanced our trip.
Steve is a sweetheart who knows a ton about his hometown, Charleston. We were very happy with our choice of guide while visiting here for the first time. Steve it seemed, knew the history of every corner of the city and we enjoyed our walk...More
We booked Steve the day before and were very pleased with the tour. We had been to Charleston a couple of times before and learned significantly more history with Steve than prior carriage tours. Steve’s historical knowledge and delivery is second to none and is...More
We booked Steve on short notice and enjoyed a 2plus hour tour of historic Charleston. Steve is knowledgable, friendly and has a great sense of humor. The highlight was the moonshine tasting at the old tavern. A good laugh for all.
We lucked out when one of our friends contacted Steve to provide the seven of us a walking of Historical Charleston. He knew every story behind the story. I guess you would say he had the Charleston 'Back Story'. Very informative, funny and enjoyable to...More
In Charleston for the first time. Very interested in history, art and architecture. Steve was recommended to us but I was a little apprehensive because we're not really guided tour people. No reason for concern though, he was great!!! Very personable and knowledgable, and clearly...More