When the family is coming to your home for the holidays, give them this list for suggestions on how to spend their time in Charleston.
This one mile stretch includes 6 museums, 5 nationally important historic houses, 4 scenic parks and a Revolutionary War powder magazine, as well as numerous historic houses of worship and public buildings including the Market and City Hall.
Want to hear great local music? No one has a more comprehensive, well-informed list than Metronome Charleston.
Stroll beautiful downtown Charleston shopping and dining. Check out Christmas on King Street for deals and specials.
Visit CharlestonArts.org for a full list of shows and concerts performed throughout the Lowcountry. And don't miss Every Busy Woman's favorite place to laugh: Theatre 99 - home of Charleston's improv and sketch comedy.
You must see Charleston from the water and the combination packages offered by Charleston Harbor Tours includes plantation and carriage tours as well.
Local historian Anne Middleton Herron can take you on a walking tour in downtown Charleston ending with refreshments in a private courtyard.