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Battery & White Point Gardens

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East Battery & Murray Blvd., Charleston, SC 29401
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East Battery & Murray Blvd., Charleston, SC 29401
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Reviewed 2 days ago

A beautiful park at the tip of the peninsula. The oaks are maturing, and the site is peaceful, despite the reason for the site. The walk around the corner of the peninsula is a beautiful and relaxing one, and the battery park is a mainstay...More

Thank Erick B
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Reviewed 3 days ago

We spent an hour or so walking along the water railing, sitting in the park talking and watching neighborhood dogs have the BEST TIME EVER romping around the park. It was a fun day!

Thank Melanie F
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Reviewed 5 days ago

Put on your walking shoes and explore all this river front! Lots of old homes, beautiful flowers and canopy trees and benches to sit a spell and gaze over the harbor or people watch. The breeze off the water helps make it a pleasant place...More

Thank Maggie T
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Reviewed 6 days ago

Walked all along the Battery & White Point Gardens. Loved the old oak trees, enjoyed the views, checked out the old Charleston homes. Parking, when available is free, get there early. Only negative was a school field trip, kids running amok, almost knocked us down,...More

Thank SL21872
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Reviewed 1 week ago

We always enjoy a walk along the waterfront and Battery when we arrive in town and before we leave. It is a must do!

Thank tarayc
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Well, there is not much here. There are some cannons and some memorials. Some parts are shaded. Some of the memorials are actually not that old and are not really “historic.” Plan maybe 30 min and then you will want to leave.

Thank Terirex
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Reviewed 1 week ago

I walked along the Battery a couple of times during my visit to Charleston. There was a nice breeze both times and the combination of historic homes on one side and water on the other side made for a very pleasant walk.

Thank lirwin13
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Take a walk along the east coast of the peninsula and you reach white point. The houses around here are fantastic and it's a very relaxing place to sit and read about the area if you've not been able to book a tour

Thank MatteoSerratura
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Lovely view of the Charleston Harbor and a nice place to sit to catch some shade on a hot, sunny afternoon. There are not a lot of places to sit, but if you don't mind sitting on the grass, there is plenty of room!

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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Great place to ride bikes or take a stroll, we did both. There are lots of trees and such a relaxing area. Must visit.

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alocalSummervilleSC
July 13, 2017|
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Response from USAOnTheMove | Reviewed this property |
No. Did not know. Thank you.
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lauram1193
April 21, 2017|
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Response from Lagiles08 | Reviewed this property |
A lot of homes and inns are around the Battery. Few of the closest John Rutledge House and Elliott House Inn. They are within 0.5 miles. The Battery Carriage house is across the street. Very beautiful and one of the... More
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kreinhold71
March 17, 2017|
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Response from alocalSummervilleSC | Reviewed this property |
Walk along the river any time. But I would not suggest after 11, just for safety's sake. The actual park area closes to keep the homeless from congregating around dark, not 5 PM.
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