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If you do a walking tour, you may go through this cool historic alley and pick up some historic tidbits. It truly is a nice alley. If you are not doing a tour, research duels, research the name, and take a look at the houses...More
Philadelphia Alley in Charleston is one of my favorite alleyways and secret passages and walkways in the city. I like the hidden nature of the alley that allows you to discover it when walking and that it encourages you to walk the length of it...More
The history behind Philadelphia Alley is very exciting. The alleyway itself is gorgeous and tucked away amongst beautiful architecture in a historic area of Charleston. Since it’s already situated in an area you must explore, I highly recommend Philadelphia Alley.
It's a LOOOOOOONG alley. Lots of brick. Some plants and trees. The only splash of color were the flags that were displayed along the walk. It's not like Elferths Alley in Philly if that's what you're expecting. If you pass it in your travels, take...More
Philadelphia Alley is hidden walkway that cuts across the middle of the French Quarter in Downtown Charleston. A unique and spooky alleyway. Beware of the ghost cat Daisy Mae that roams the alleyway after dark and who is known to bump into your legs with...More
We found some info on the internet about a self guided tour of Charleston's Alley.
We followed this and it was great - of course it included the famous Philadelphia Alley. A lovely walk, cutting through alleys, passing churches and very old houses.