The South's Best City: Charleston, S.C.
Includes your choice of THREE Featured Attractions
and UNLIMITED Walk-In Attractions
Horse-Drawn Carriage tours, Bus Tours, Harbor Tours, Walking Tours, Plantations, Museums, Historic Sites, Winery, Brewery and some Restaurants -- ALL INCLUDED!
June 17-21, 2019
$350+ Value -- INCLUDED!
Lodging at King Charles Inn - Historic Downtown Charleston
4 Nights $798 pp
(Includes 14.5% accom. Tax) Per Person, Double Occupancy. Includes All Taxes and Fees,
Charleston 2019 VIP Entertainment Package ($350+ value) -- INCLUDED!
*additional nights from $110pp
A non-refundable deposit of $100 per person is required at booking.
Final payment will be due April 1.
All payments must be by check or a credit card fee will apply.
The King Charles Inn, featuring accommodations fit for a modern monarch and thoughtful service for the discerning traveler, is the preeminent hotel of Downtown Charleston's Museum Mile. Central to the enchanting destinations of Downtown Charleston and beyond, the King Charles Inn places the best of the Holy City at your feet; the region's renowned attractions, historical sites, famed restaurants, and shopping are within walking distance of our hotel at the corner of Meeting and Hasell Streets.
With 91 classically appointed, endlessly comfortable guest rooms and suites, the accommodations at the King Charles Inn make visits to the area an experience in authentic Southern hospitality. Brimming with quintessential Charleston charm, elegance, and warmth, each of our rooms are ideal for any stay. Choose from cozy traditional rooms or more spacious suites, the choice is yours, the pleasure is ours.
Created with a focus on traditional hospitality and the embodiment of warmth of Southern Charm, King Charles Inn is pleased to offer guests an array of amenities and services to enhance their hotel stay in Charleston, SC.
Includes your choice of THREE Featured Attractions
and UNLIMITED Walk-In Attractions from the list below!
FEATURED ATTRACTIONS - Choose 3!
(Attractions subject to change)
Boone Hall is one of America's oldest plantations, established in 1681 by Major John Boone. The famous Avenue of Oaks, a breathtaking three-quarter mile drive lined with giant live oaks draped with Spanish-moss, dates to 1743. The plantation manor dates back to 1936. Bordering the avenue of oaks are nine original slave cabins, which housed the plantation's house servants and skilled craftsmen. This cluster of cabins is one of the few groups of such historic structures remaining intact in the Southeast and the only brick slave street in the U.S. Boone Hall and its grounds were prominently featured in the TV mini-series "North & South" Civil War epic by John Jakes, and Alex Haley's "Queen," among others. Crops have been continuously grown and produced here for more than 330 years. Peaches, strawberries, and tomatoes as well as many other fruits and vegetables are still grown, with U-Pick fields open in season. Admission Includes:
Palmetto Carriage Works is the oldest carriage tour company in Charleston and has developed the greatest carriage experience in the city! A Palmetto Carriage tour offers a blend of knowledge, wit, humor and history and is exciting and ever changing, a seamless fusion of 19th century conveyance in a 21st century city. During this tour you will:
Relaxing and informative 90-minute bus tour of the Holy City. Professional and knowledgeable guides will share 350 years of Charleston history while cruising through the city's historic district in cool, air conditioned comfort. Highlights of the 1.5-hour Historic City Tour may include:
The comfortable climate controlled 20 to 25-passenger minibuses are specially designed to traverse downtown Charleston's narrow historic streets. Accessing cobblestone streets and alleyways provides close-up views of some of the citys most significant details that large buses often miss.Highlights Include:
Fleet is carefully maintained and regularly updated for passenger comfort and safety and is the only tour bus company in Charleston that offers a handicap-accessible vehicle.
Learn fascinating Charleston history while you cruise the gentle waves of her harbor. You will see notable American landmarks, such as Fort Sumter, the aircraft carrier USS Yorktown, The Battery, the Ravenel Bridge, Castle Pinckney and other sites from the past and present.
You will hear enthralling tales of the city's colorful past as well as scintillating facts about her most-interesting former citizens. Do you know why we call Charleston the "Holy City"? Find out on our 90-minute Charleston Harbor tour.
Climb aboard the 80-foot Carolina Belle to enjoy the beauty of the Charleston Harbor and learn the rich history of the Holy City. During the scenic and relaxing 90 minute tour, you will see over 75 landmarks and points of interest! Your professional USCG licensed captain will narrate history, sights, and facts about the Charleston Harbor as you pass locations critical to United States history.Highlights of the tour
Take a historic Charleston walking tour, where carriages and motor-coaches are not allowed. This fascinating tour is filled with stories and traditions revealing Charleston's rich history and colorful past. This two-hour walking tour through America's most charming historic district is sure to be the highlight of your visit to historic Charleston. Some historic highlights on the Charleston Stroll walking tour will include:
Come explore the Holy City's oldest streets, cemeteries, churches, and its pre-revolutionary dungeon along the dark edges of Charleston's Haunted Historic District.Our experienced guides will chill you with stories of:
Come and walk with us when the sun goes down. The Charleston Ghost and Graveyard Tour gives you an exclusive opportunity to walk inside the gates of one of Charleston's oldest graveyards after dark. When all the other walking tours are looking in through the wrought iron fence, you'll be on the inside. Explore the graveyard's dark corners, closely inspect the headstones to see what you might learn, and take a moment to step across the graves - if you dare.Learn about the history of Charleston's graveyards, and hear the stories of the famous individuals who found their final resting place in the Holy City. You've heard the spooky Charleston ghost stories, right? Well, now you can experience them on this up-close-and-personal tour that takes you where others won't. Graveyards are endearing pockets of Charleston - so much so that they are often referred to here as simply "gardens." We love them - they're full of history, intrigue, and tales of love and loss.Hear about Charleston's spirits and gruesome tales:
We can't imagine a better way to share with you
all the things we love about Charleston!
We hope you'll join us for
"Good times, good friends, good music"