Cemeteries in Charleston

Cemeteries in Charleston, SC

Charleston Cemeteries

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  • mstink74
    Olean, NY8 contributions
    Loved this tour. Beautiful cemetery. Tour guide was knowledgeable about the cemetery and Charleston. I would recommend bug spray although they provide it! Use it! Easy to find. Nice easy walk. About 2 hours long. Very cool.
    Written July 8, 2022
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  • PUMBRIDGE
    London, UK2,000 contributions
    A traditional tea room, with home-made produce, is one welcome aspect of a visit to the imposing St Philip's church, but if you're heading there mid-afternoon, arrive early as its opening hours are limited.
    Homely and welcoming, the tea room is in the nearby cloisters.
    Written July 2, 2022
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  • Taylor B
    Chicago, IL7,843 contributions
    Old St. Andrew's Parish Church in Charleston, South Carolina, is described as a simple, elegant church. No spires, no Gothic architecture, no bell tower. Located at 2604 Ashley River Road, it was founded in 1706 and is the oldest surviving church structure in South Carolina. It was one of 10 Anglican churches established by South Carolina's Church Act of 1706 and the original church was build the same year, then expanded to its current cruciform plan in 1723. It wasn't used from 1891 to 1948, then underwent extensive and steady restoration and was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1973. The interior is a treasure to behold. Three worship services are held every Sunday. Historically, the church hides a past that has left it for dead many times. It survived a major fire in the 1760s, was one of the few buildings along Ashley Road that Union troops didn't burn to the ground during the Civil War and survived the Great Earthquake of 1886 and Hurricane Hugo in 1989.
    Written September 20, 2021
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  • corollaclub98
    Lakeland, FL2,628 contributions
    Where else can you have peace of mind looking at the spiritual head stones - Knowing that one day we can be lying here unless you choose cremation . Whether you believe or not is your choice but once you walk through any cemetery it will bring peace of mind.
    Written July 11, 2017
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