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Joseph Manigault House
350 Meeting Street
"Two words: spiral staircase. And one more word: BEAUTIFUL! A must-see for architecture lovers."
Heyward Washington House
87 Church St (Broad)
"Among the 18C furniture, look for work by Thomas Elfe, one of colonial Charleston’s most prominent cabinetmakers. – Green Guide Editor"
Old Slave Mart Museum
6 Chalmers St
"I enjoyed this museum...dealt very well with the complex history of the selling of enslaved African Americans. Highly recommended!"
Calhoun St (Meeting St)
"Be sure to get some Charleston Ice! Mango is delicious!"
Old City Market
188 Meeting St (at N Market St)
"A neat shopping experience. Went during spring break and was VERY crowded. Parking can be a bit tricky Try the sugar-coated pecans. They are out of this world!"
South Carolina Aquarium
100 Aquarium Wharf
"An education yet fun way to spend an afternoon...with the fish and lemurs!"
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