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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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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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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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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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Audubon Swamp

Magnolia Plantation and Audubon Swamp tour photos

Posted By ShoutCarolina,Date: 04.26.2009

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Magnolia Plantation, established in 1679 by Thomas Drayton and his wife Ann, is the oldest and most revered public garden in America. There are so many things to do and see you would need more than one visit to enjoy it fully. Hold on to your admission ticket to get another free entry.

Fun things to [...]

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I'm holding my own! Fun time at Charles Towne Landing

What children love to do at Charles Town Landing in North Charleston

Posted By ShoutCarolina,Date: 04.21.2009

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Charles Towne Landing it’s an oasis of family relaxation, natural beauty and historic inspiration just minutes from downtown Charleston. There are many fun and educational activities to enjoy for a nominal $5 park admission fee ($3 for kids 6-15 and free those 5 years and under).
Five little monkeys swinging from the tree… There’s nothing like [...]

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Oldest South Carolina hand fire pumper

The amazing American LaFrance antique fire trucks collection in North Charleston

Posted By ShoutCarolina,Date: 04.18.2009

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The North Charleston Fire Museum and Educational Center welcomes you to the largest collection of professionally restored American LaFrance fire apparatus in the country. Delight your auto and fire rescue passion with the 18 fully restored vehicles dating back to early 1800’s, all in working conditions! Admission is FREE for kids and only $6 for [...]

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Would you like a cup of tea?

Kidstory Wonderland at Charleston Museum

Posted By ShoutCarolina,Date: 04.14.2009

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Got Fun? At Charleston Museum downtown children love playing with exciting hands-on exhibits about the rich Lowcountry culture and natural history.
America’s First Museum, was founded in 1773, and is open daily 9AM - 5PM (1 - 5PM on Sunday). Admission is $10 adults, $5 children 3-12 and free for those 2 years and under.

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Fireman in training at LaFrance Fire Museum in Charleston

Fun times at American LaFrance Fire Museum in North Charleston

Posted By ShoutCarolina,Date: 04.12.2009

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Kids rule at the American LaFrance Fire Museum in North Charleston! Best of all it’s FREE for them to get in (just $6 for adults). Come play around with all sorts of antique fire engines, pumps, hoses, even a smoke house.
The Fire Truck Simulator is by far the biggest attraction. Kids literally line up to [...]

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Hunley submarine and crew painting

The Charleston “Fish Boat” Mystery

Posted By ShoutCarolina,Date: 04.08.2009

An engineering marvel, a Civil War naval battle success, a human tragedy and a century old mystery. The H.L. Hunley Confederate Submarine elusive disappearance coupled with an incredible manpower struggle has captivated the hearts and minds of people around the world.

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• Excerpts from the fascinating book “Charleston Mysteries – Ghostly Haunts in the Holy City” by [...]

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