Start your morning at Boone Hall and learn about the history of plantation in charleston, sc. The notebook was also filmed here.
next, go back to downtown Charleston and stroll down the charming philadelphia alley.
See the Saint Philip’s Church. Another National Historic Landmark of Charleston, this church was built in 1838.
Stroll down Chalmers street to see one of the most charming cobblestoned streets, the pink house and the old slave mart museum.
On Day 2 in CHarleston, head to the pineapple fountain in Joe Riley waterfront park.
Explore the colorful rainbow row - a charleston favorite for those who love taking pictures.
Stop by the Williams Mansion - also known as the calhoun mansion. It is the largest private home in charleston!
Make sure to stroll by the historic battery with 3 days in Charleston.
there are a couple of options on how to spend your 3rd day in Charleston.
Option 1: Folly Beach
Option 2: Fort Sumter
Option 3: another plantation
Option 4: cypress garden