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Colonial Walking Tours Charleston

200 E Bay St., Charleston, SC 29401 Directions
+18438135055

When you're ready to take on your next adventure, head to Colonial Walking Tours Charleston, SC for some fun. This place is obviously the place to be, so get your calendar out and make plans to visit it soon.

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Report | 8 years ago
Great tour. Information was on point. The guide knew her stuff. Would go again.
Report | 8 years ago
Anne was a wonderful tour guide filled with knowledge and a great storyteller!! We really enjoyed this tour!!
Report | 9 years ago
Great tour! Loved the humor and excitement the tour guide had for Charleston!
Report | 9 years ago
Report | 9 years ago
Very knowledgeable guide. Our guide and her family lived in the Charleston area her whole life.
Report | 9 years ago
Guide spent way way way too long at first stop on tour. We considered leaving the tour. He rallIed and picked up the pace to a great speed.
Report | 9 years ago
People in the office need to be more respectful to customers and need to have more knowledge about the tours

From Our Editors

Anne Middleton Herron can trace her family's time in Charleston back 13 generations. In some ways, the city is like a family member itself, but fortunately for everyone else, she's more than willing to share its secrets through Colonial Walking Tours' history-filled excursions. On each two-hour tour, she leads groups through the walled city's historic streets, ambling past picturesque 300-year-old buildings that were really designed to impress time travelers. As they walk, she traces local history from colonial times to the present day with stories of political intrigue, bloody conflicts, triumphs, and the real people who made them possible. For a personal touch, she also discusses memories from her own childhood, and ends each tour in the private garden of her family home.

Colonial Walking Tours also explores the city's darker side with Ghost Hunt tours. By the flickering light of a candle-filled lantern, other experienced guides lead visitors through nighttime streets to locations such as the Provost Dungeon and St. Philip's Graveyard. There, they relate tales of untimely deaths tied to murders, suicides, duels, and executions, as well as voodoo curses that doomed many to spend eternity searching for their house keys.

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