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Charleston oldest, most beautiful churches: Circular, St. Philip, St. Michael and French Huguenot

Posted By ShoutCarolina,Date: 07.14.2010

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Charleston, the Holy City, boasts some of the oldest, most magnificent and mysterious churches in the state, if not the country. Here are the most famous ones (historic data from the churches’ websites):
The Independent Circular Church
In 1680, “dissenter” English Congregationalists, Scots Presbyterians and French Huguenots of the original settlement erected a Meeting House in [...]

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18th century Charleston treasures inside the Old Exchange Building

Posted By ShoutCarolina,Date: 06.19.2010

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At the Old Exchange and Dungeon museum in Charleston, history buffs will be delighted to admire a bounty of artifacts and photos from the colonial to the Civi War.
“The town struck me very agreeable; but the new Exchange which fronted the place of my landing made a most noticeable appearance” John Quincy Jr., 1773
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Fully renovated Dock Street Theatre facade

Dock Street Theatre, Charleston’s elusive darling: Ghosts, weird artifacts, exquisite art and fame!

Posted By ShoutCarolina,Date: 05.09.2010

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I recently visited the newly renovated Dock Street Theatre, the most flamboyant building in Charleston, a cradle of art, music and intrigue for the last 3 centuries. You can tour the theater on you own for free, when not in use.
Dock Street Theatre history
• Dock Street Theatre, built in 1735, was America’s first theater building [...]

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Tour Middleton Place in style

What kids love to do at Middleton Place near Charleston

Posted By ShoutCarolina,Date: 04.27.2010

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My daughter and I visited Middleton Place on Easter Sunday. This marked the beginning of our super fun Spring Break adventure in and around Charleston.
Two hours, $25 (free for kids 6 and under) and 3 hornet stings later (my daughter’s accomplishment for the day!) we toured most of the grounds.

I would have lingered more inside [...]

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The summer is almost here!

Spring family fun at Folly Beach near Charleston

Posted By ShoutCarolina,Date: 04.17.2010

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Folly Beach, the last barrier island before the Atlantic, rewards visitors with beautiful ocean vistas, soft white sand, top-notch fishing and surfing, the historic Morris Island lighthouse and few mystery tales. The beach is a short drive from downtown Charleston on scenic Hwy 171.

Tips to know before you go
• The beach is quite narrow at high [...]

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Most revered sea landmarks Charleston Harbor

Morris Island Lighthouse, Charleston Harbor most romantic guardian

Posted By ShoutCarolina,Date: 04.08.2010

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The Morris Island Lighthouse has been the Charleston Harbor most loyal sentinel for almost two centuries. If you’re a lucky Charleston vacationer do yourself a favor and go to Folly Beach to see this romantic lighthouse, a truly South Carolina legacy!
Things to know before you go
The lighthouse rests in the water about 300 feet offshore. [...]

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The Hunley unsung heroes all volunteer soldiers

A Civil War thriller! HL Hunley sinking mystery and ingenious design

Posted By ShoutCarolina,Date: 03.12.2010

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My favorite Charleston Civil War battle and historic site is the H.L. Hunley, the first ever combat submarine to sink an enemy ship. Last month I finally got the chance to see the real thing at Warren Lasch Conservation Center in North Charleston. Tours are offered Saturday and Sunday ($12 adults, $10 seniors and military, [...]

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Where is the food?

Mad crow disease at Edisto Island Serpentarium!

Posted By ShoutCarolina,Date: 06.05.2009

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We’ve just visited the modern Edisto Island Serpentarium, the only place in South Carolina to admire gigantic alligators, exotic turtles and tortoises, magnificent snakes and stunning lizards, in like-natural habitat exhibits.
The highlight of the day were the live presentation of venomous snakes in SC (daily at 11, 1, 3 and 5PM) and the outdoor alligators [...]

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19th century fire apparatus team oxygen tanks

Right to Fight, Left to Life - North Charleston Fire Museum interesting facts and trivia

Posted By ShoutCarolina,Date: 05.26.2009

Take a wild ride into the history of fire fighting at the incredible North Charleston and American LaFrance Fire Museum. It’s exhilarating for kids, mind blowing for adults and super-sized fun for the entire family. Children get in for free, you pay $6 admission. The museum is open Monday to Saturday from 10AM to 5PM.

Fire [...]

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Bronze cannon from American Revolution

Charleston Museum most interesting things to see, incredible artifacts and fun for kids

Posted By ShoutCarolina,Date: 05.05.2009

Immerse into South Carolina’s tumultuous past at the Charleston Museum downtown. The country’s first museum, founded in 1773, offers one of the most extensive collections of Civil and Revolutionary War artifacts and of Lowcountry lifestyle memorabilia.
From the ingenious defense of Fort Moultrie to our nation most devastating earthquake, from the start of the Civil [...]

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