Sit back and enjoy a detailed narrative of the Low Countries history on your way to Charleston,”The Holy City” appropriately named for its many Churches and Cathedrals. Charleston is a 300+ year-old port city, which was once also considered the Cultured Center of the New World and is still one of the most Historical cities in North America. Your tour begins in the Old Walled Historical District. Here you will see the Famous Battery, Rainbow Row, St. Philips Episcopal Church, the Four Corners of Law, the Dock Street Theatre, and the Hayward Washington House, just to name a few of the many, many, historic sites included in the district. While also learning their history, legacies and even some of their very interesting ghost lore. Then it’s off to the Public Market for a unique shopping experience and to enjoy a great lunch.
Next on the Agenda is Boone Hall Plantation, established in 1676. Originally a Cotton Plantation, with its main house providing you, a beautiful example of Southern Plantation Architectural Style. Its Entry Avenue, of Moss Laden Live Oaks is so impressive…it was used in the actual filming of “Gone with The Wind”. No other location offers more exposure to The Grace of the Old South than Boone Hall. Included is an interior tour of the Main House, a Riding Tour of the Plantation Lands, and its many other historical exhibits. Last but not least, is a fabulous collection of live performances that provides historical insights into the Gullah Culture via storytelling, songs, and dancing. Offering the perfect ending to a memorable Step Back in Time.
Itinerary: Approximately 9 hours
2) Gray Line Tour Guide
3) City Tour
4) Admission to Bonne Hall Plantation
Tour does not include:
2) Driver or Tour Guide Gratuities
Departing from Myrtle Beach Convention Center 2100 Oak St., Myrtle Beach, SC, 29577 at 7:30am