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Aquarium
“The aquarium is a great place to visit with or without children. It is very clean and neat to see all of the animals.”
Recomendado por 56 habitantes locales
History Museum
“Walk in the steps of heroes at Patriots Point Naval & Maritime Museum, home of the USS YORKTOWN, and South Carolina’s most unique attraction. With fresh exhibits, educational programming and other one-of-a-kind events, Patriots Point is the only Charleston-area historic attraction that offers exciting new experiences all year long. ”
Recomendado por 28 habitantes locales
Museo de arte
“Enjoy a cup of coffee from The Daily coffee shop and walk through the museum”
Recomendado por 28 habitantes locales
Cervecería
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“A very low key brewery with great beer, and live music. There’s usually a really awesome food truck outside. This is my BFF’s all-time favorite. Kid friendly. ”
Recomendado por 2 habitantes locales
History Museum
“If you have an interest in unique Charleston history, you'll have to visit the Charleston Museum. This city has so many stories it's difficult to choose just one...but I'm feeling the call of the ocean... James Island/Folly Beach is the area where native New Yorkers George and Ira Gershwin worked on the music and lyrics for the play “Porgy and Bess”. Remember the song “Summertime”? Eighty-five years ago, George Gershwin, the ultimate urbanite, “went native”—shirtless, shaveless, and shoeless—on Folly, immersing himself in the lore and rhythms of the place to create the score for Porgy and Bess, an American operatic masterpiece. In 1926, Gershwin had stumbled on Dubose Heyward’s story, Porgy, of a goat cart beggar who finds love and loss. After considering an opera based on the medieval Jewish legend of the malicious spirit dybbuk or a “melting pot” story based in New York City, he knew instantly Porgy was it. In June 1934, Gershwin arrived for a six-week stay. Folly then was a remote, one telephone, shack-lined shore where electricity and ice were considered luxuries. On a rented piano, Gershwin plucked notes as if divining them from the atmosphere, following up the tune he had created for Heyward’s lyric, “Summertime and the livin’ is easy.” The end result has been heard by millions. The Gershwin-Heyward opera reprises that momentous season at Folly and will be revived this September, 2019 with a production at the Metropolitan Opera House in New York City. You can search the Charleston Museum, Porgy and Bess to read about the real "Porgy".”
Recomendado por 29 habitantes locales
Sitio histórico
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“Step back in time with a half-hour guided tour of the Drayton family home, the third to grace the site in more than three centuries of Drayton family occupation. The current main House – the core of which was built prior to the Revolutionary War near Summerville, South Carolina and floated down the Ashley River to Magnolia after the Civil War — gives a glimpse of plantation life in the 19th century and beyond. Ten rooms are open to the public, furnished with early-American antiques, porcelain, quilts, and other Drayton family heirlooms. Guides describe life in the 19th century, using furniture and household objects to bring plantation culture alive. You may visit the History Room after the tour where another guide is available to answer questions and provide more information on the current owners of the Plantation.”
Recomendado por 107 habitantes locales
Bar de vinos
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“If you are a Wine connoisseur or just want to enjoy some wine I highly recommend Ardoa! Clement is happy to explain the different types of wine and explain the taste you should notice. Make sure you tell them Ryan and Audrey sent you! ”
Recomendado por 3 habitantes locales
Restaurante de comida sureña
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“People to rave about this spot for getting a southern kick. You'll find a long wait for a table here almost any day so plan accordingly! ”
Recomendado por 79 habitantes locales
Restaurante
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“ SOL Southwest Kitchen is a family-friendly establishment featuring indoor & outdoor dining, food with bold Southwest flavors and “just juiced” cocktails.”
Recomendado por 10 habitantes locales
Piano Bar
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“THE BEST LIVE ENTERTAINMENT IN CHARLESTON! ... Fill Restaurant & Piano Bar offers an American eclectic, chef-driven menu for dinner and late-night.”
Recomendado por 2 habitantes locales
Museum
“Fun place to take the kids. Educational exhibits will capture their attention. They won't want to leave. ”
Recomendado por 21 habitantes locales
Restaurante especializado en carnes
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“Halls has, arguably, the best steak in Charleston. Their creamed spinach is my favorite. BUT it’s their Sunday Gospel Brunch that’s really not to be missed ”
Recomendado por 112 habitantes locales
Cine
“When the weather isn't beach and downtown friendly, we will go to the movies a Town Center in Mt. Pleasant. Town Center is also a beautiful shopping area with restaurants. It is not a mall which is a good thing in our opinion!”
Recomendado por 5 habitantes locales
Hamburguesería
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“The best burger in town. They grind their own meat and it’s seriously, next level good. Inspired by Edgar Allen Poe’s time in the area. Only a few steps from the beach. ”
Recomendado por 95 habitantes locales
Museum
“n 1743, the son of Major John Boone planted live oak trees, arranging them in two evenly spaced rows. This spectacular approach to his home symbolizes southern heritage and will take root in your memory for many years to come. 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.””
Recomendado por 65 habitantes locales
Restaurante estadounidense
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“A 1930's vibe restaurant with a rooftop bar perfect for enjoying cocktails and views. ”
Recomendado por 72 habitantes locales