Tours are 2 hours and about 1 mile of walking.Departure location is based on tour choice.Reservations are required.
Pricing varies: Structured on your tour selection and the number of people. Special discounts are available for children and students.
The Grimké Sisters
Based on the novel Invention of Wings by Sue Monk Kidd, you will walk in the footsteps of the Grimké Sisters and hear how life in Charleston was for both the privileged elite and the enslaved masses. This tour will highlight locations and events from the book, divulge untold stories and complete the tale of the Grimké sisters and how these two women shaped future generations. To learn more about Lee Ann’s tour, please visit The Grimké Sisters Tour.
“Well Behaved Women Seldom Make History”: The Charleston Women who Shattered Tradition.
A group of courageous, innovative women from Charleston would disrupt the status quo of their generations and in doing so, their accomplishments would open opportunities for the women that followed, not only here in Charleston but across the United States.
Meet the ladies, hear their remarkable stories and see for yourself what transpires when you don’t adhere to the norm.
Hail to the Chief
George Washington, Theodore Roosevelt, and JFK were just a few of our country’s great leaders that enjoyed the hospitality of Charleston. Discover Charleston’s charm and how she worked her magic on these illustrious leaders.
Arrgh, It’s a Pirate’s Life for Me
Pirates have ruled the seas since 3000 BC. Just the mention of the word Pirate is enough to send shivers up one’s spine. Some of the most famous pirates; Blackbeard, Stede Bonnet & Anne Bonny are entwined with the colony of Charles Towne.
Come explore the alleys, thoroughfares and the waterfront of this bustling sea port town. Who knows you might find out a pirates life is for you.
The Angel of Tradd Street
What do Preservation, Women’s Rights, the plight of African Americans and the Duponts all have in common? Susan Pringle Frost. Experience Charleston through the eyes of this amazing lady who fought for her causes and changed the way we preserve our history today.
Susan Pringle Frost