Charleston SC Homes Gardens Tour

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Join us on the Historic Homes of Charleston Tour for a leisurely stroll along the timeworn streets of Charleston's Historic District. As you explore the architecture and flora in the "South of Broad" residential district, our expert guides will highlight the most colorful stories of the Charlestonians who have lived in these majestic southern homes.

Along the way we will visit and enjoy interior tours of both the Edmondston-Alston House (c.1825) and the Nathaniel Russell House (c.1808), both of which are National Historic Landmarks. Our first call will be the Edmondston-Alston House (c.1825) overlooking the famous "High Battery" and Charleston Harbor. The Edmondston-Alston House is a repository of family treasures that remain in place much as they have been for over a century and a half.

Via the canopied streets and hidden alleys of Charleston's most exclusive residential neighborhoods, we also visit the Nathaniel Russell House (c.1808). The graceful interior with elaborate plasterwork ornamentation, geometrically shaped rooms and a magnificent free-flying staircase are among the most exuberant ever created in early America.

Sites, People, & Topics
  • "South of Broad" Homes
  • High Battery
  • Period Architecture
  • Castle Pinckney
  • "Four Corners of Law"
  • Charleston Harbor
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