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Departs daily, March through November from downtown Charleston at 11:15am, 1:00pm, 2:45pmand from Patriots Point 11:00 & 3:00pm. The ONLY Charleston Harbor Tour offering Live narration by a licensed tour guide. Cruise into history – SpiritLine Cruises offers a relaxing, intimate, waterside view of this historic port city while cruising past notable American landmarks, such Fort Sumter, Patriots – home of the Aircraft Carrier USS Yorktown, the Battery and Castle Pinckney. The majestic span of the Cooper River Bridge will…BUY NOW and SAVE!
We invite you to come walk the streets of Charleston weathered by time and tragedy. Follow in the footsteps of; Lords and Generals, murderers and thieves, slaves and the free. Take a step back in time when duels were all but law. Hearing the tales of the macabre, oddities of history, legends of pirates, the whispers of poets, their voices all still echoing loudly, wanting their stories to be told. BUY NOW and SAVE $2.00 COUPON CODE: BUYSAVEBUY NOW and SAVE!
Open 365 days a year 8am-5:30pm; call for Nov.-Feb. hours. This 17th century estate, acquired in 1676 by the Drayton family, features America’s oldest gardens (c.1680), which bloom year-round. BUY NOW and SAVE $2.00 COUPON CODE: BUYSAVEBUY NOW and SAVE!
Stops at Fort Sumter National Monument, where the Civil War began. Cruise to the island fort while you enjoy breathtaking views of Charleston and her Harbor. Depart from the Visitor Education Facility at Liberty Square downtown and from Patriots Point in Mt. Pleasant.BUY NOW and SAVE!
Discover history and adventure at Patriots Point Naval & Maritime Museum on Charleston Harbor. Explore three remarkable vessels; visit the Medal of Honor Museum; see 28 historic aircraft and walk the Vietnam-era Naval Support Base. You truly walk in the Steps of Heroes.BUY NOW and SAVE!
Boone Hall: America’s most photographed plantation. In 1743, the son of Major John Boone planted live oak trees, arranging them in two evenly spaced rows. It would take two centuries for the massive, moss-draped branches to meet overhead, forming today’s natural corridor and a scene that NBC Daytime television says is “a must see stop on any trip to Charleston, S.C.”BUY NOW and SAVE!