Charleston, SC | Things to Do in 24 Hours

Charleston, SC | Things to Do in 24 Hours, Charleston, South Carolina (B)

Charleston — the oldest city in the South Carolina famous for its Southern belle charm, historic architecture, cobblestone streets lined with palmetto trees and world-class culinary has all the power to entice its first-time visitor. In 2016, Charleston earns its reputation as the “World’s Best City” by Travel+Leisure magazine. It was on my wishlist for so long until next month I finally got a chance to visit there during Independence Day weekend.

Exploring the entire Charleston in 24 hours is a herculean task in itself but here is the list of some amazing things to do in a day that will make your entire experience memorable.

Liberty Square is a beautiful urban park in front of the Cooper River. Its one side is South Carolina Aquarium and another side is Fort Sumter National Monument. I didn’t go to the aquarium as I already went to Georgia Aquarium in Atlanta which is the largest aquarium in the western hemisphere. 

I went inside the Fort Sumter National Monument which is a getaway to Fort Sumter — a sea fort famous for American Civil War. You can buy ferry tickets from here that will take you to the fort.  ...... (follow the instructions below for accessing the rest of this article).
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Guide Name: Charleston, SC | Things to Do in 24 Hours
Guide Location: USA » Charleston
Guide Type: Self-guided Walking Tour (Article (B))
Author: Ana Ojha
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Sight(s) Featured in This Guide:
  • Liberty Square
  • Fort Sumter National Monument
  • Patriots Point Naval & Maritime Museum
  • Arthur Ravenel Jr. Bridge
  • Charleston City Market
  • King’s Street
  • Callie’s Hot Little Biscuit
  • Basil Thai Restaurant
  • Rainbow Row