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Historic Charleston Walking Tour: Rainbow Row, Churches, and More

Highlights
  • Historic Charleston walking tour brings you to city highlights
  • See Rainbow Row, White Point Gardens, the Battery, and more
  • A guide informs and entertains throughout the walking tour
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Historic Charleston Walking Tour: Rainbow Row, Churches, and More
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Overview
Without a guided tour of Charleston’s Historic District, you’re likely to miss the city’s seemingly endless array of beautiful historical sites that make it so popular. A Charleston walking tour is the perfect way to get acquainted with the Holy City, as you stroll down old alleyways (a maze for first-time visitors) and visit Charleston’s must-see attractions—all while learning about the city’s 200-year history from your guide.
What to Expect
Your Charleston walking tour meets at an easy-to-find spot in the French Quarter. Begin to follow your guide to some of the city’s top historical sites, as you listen to stories from Charleston’s eclectic past.

As you walk, you pass popular Charleston sights, such as Rainbow Row and the Battery. Take in views of historic Fort Sumter, pastel Antebellum mansions, classic wrought-iron gates, and cobbled alleyways—the perfect photo is always just around the corner.

Your guide tells you fun facts about Charleston’s colorful history as you go, and you’re free to ask any questions, too.

Your walking tour of Charleston concludes at the starting location in the French Quarter.
Reviews (65)
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Reviewed 5 days ago
Charleston Walking Tour

This was a comprehensive tour which gave us an overview of Charleston Pre-Revolution to today. Our guide, Dani, was animated, articulate, extremely well-read, and knowledgeable. She shared interesting details (ones that were unavailable in guidebooks). The time flew by too quickly. We followed her recommendations...More

Thank phainesparis
BulldogTours1, Public Relations Manager at Bulldog Tours, responded to this reviewResponded 5 days ago

Thank you for letting us know about your experience with Dani. She is truly a wonderful guide and person and we are so happy you had a good time with her. Thank you again for letting us know.

Reviewed 1 week ago
Best way to get acquainted with Charleston!

This was our first trip to Charleston and, after reading all the great reviews about Bulldog Tours, figured that the walking tour would be the best way to learn about the city while picking up some ideas of what sights/areas were worth further exploration. We...More

Thank leestiles
BulldogTours1, Public Relations Manager at Bulldog Tours, responded to this reviewResponded 1 week ago

That is so sweet of you to say! Franny is so special to our company as she has been with us since the beginning. We really appreciate your kind words about your experience with her. Thank you for sharing this. I am sure she will...More

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Excellent...interesting, informative, insider tips

First thing Bulldog did was divide our group into two smaller groups of 10 each. This makes hearing and questioning work waaaaay better. Our guide really new her official stuff and also shared a lot of asides. I plan to use Bulldog on my future...More

Thank CASEY T
BulldogTours1, Public Relations Manager at Bulldog Tours, responded to this reviewResponded 2 weeks ago

Thank you so much! We appreciate the feedback. I have to agree that about 10 people on a tour is perfect. You came at a great time of year to be able to do that! Thank you again!

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
A Real Historian--Zach Ford--What a Tour Guide!

We selected this tour because of the itinerary, but our guide Zach Ford (pronounce the last name with two syllables, as he's a native Charlestonian) was amazing. Zach is a historian by training, and it shows in his insightful and informative manner of speaking to...More

Thank Debra L
BulldogTours1, Public Relations Manager at Bulldog Tours, responded to this reviewResponded 2 weeks ago

Well, we happen to love Zach too. Thank you for letting us know about your experience with him.

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Walking Charleston

We had a fantastic private walking tour of Charleston with Franny and I highly recommend her. She has so much knowledge and history of the area to share and we learned so much from her. We covered a lot of area and a lot of...More

Thank Sun1234567
BulldogTours1, Public Relations Manager at Bulldog Tours, responded to this reviewResponded 3 weeks ago

Thank you so much for letting us know about your experience. We agree that Franny is a wonderful guide. We are lucky to have her as a part of our team.

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