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With 120,000 people proudly calling this place home, you're sure to make plenty of new friends!
Columbia, the state capital, is situated 110 miles northwest of Charleston, while Rantowles can be located 13 miles to the west.
Every family member is sure to enjoy a visit to Whirlin' Waters Adventure Waterpark and the Children's Museum of the Lowcountry. Kids still full of energy? Keep the excitement rolling with a trip to Mount Pleasant Sports Complex and Splash Zone Waterpark.
Our deep blue oceans are brimming with all kinds of intriguing marine life. At South Carolina Aquarium, you're invited to examine some of these strange, slippery creatures up close.
Strolling around the landscaped gardens and plant displays at the Audubon Swamp Garden feels like gliding through a colourful fairyland.
When you need to get away from the commotion of the city, retreat to a green space like Givhans Ferry State Park or Wannamaker County Park. You can also sit back with a magazine and watch the world go by at Waterfront Park and Kiawah Beachwalker Park.
Whether you’re looking for maps, pamphlets or just some ideas for things to see and do, you'll discover it at Charleston Visitor Center. Red Top Welcome Center of Charleston is also a great source of information.
Oh, I do like to be beside the seaside! If that's a song you often get stuck in your head, be sure to squeeze in a visit to Folly Beach County Park.
Slip on some comfy shoes and gear up for an adventure. There are lots of nature reserves around this area that are just waiting to be enjoyed. The clean, crisp air and natural surroundings at Congaree National Park and Palmetto Islands County Park are as invigorating as it gets. Two additional areas to have a look at are Shem Creek Park and Indian Mound Trail.
Head to the Charleston Museum or the Gibbes Museum of Art if the weather's not looking nice. Study the captivating displays or just take a moment in the tranquil settings. Museum nerds should also pencil in stops at the H.L. Hunley Submarine and the Confederate Museum.
Boats have played a huge role in the past of many countries. See for yourself how this region was shaped by these daring sailors at the USS Yorktown. For even more fascinating stories and artefacts, continue your voyage to the Patriots Point and the Patriots Point Naval and Maritime Museum.
Showcasing a whole range of exciting science advancements, Boone Hall Plantation and Gardens offers everything you need to keep that mind buzzing.
You don't have to be an explorer to appreciate all of the remarkable wonders of the natural world, especially when you've got the Mace Brown Museum of Natural History. This place is brimming with unusual specimens and captivating artefacts.
With such a variety of splendid art exhibitions to consider, you might need a slight push in the right direction. We recommend picking up a strong coffee and spending some time at the City Gallery at Waterfront Park or the Pink House Gallery. The Halsey Institute of Contemporary Art and Raymond Clark Gallery are two more places to stick on your schedule.
Uncover the secrets of the city's past at the Summerville Dorchester Museum. Through stories, images and artefacts, the exhibits highlight the main people and events that have shaped the area over time.
Want to gain a deeper understanding of Charleston's past? Plan an outing to the Citadel and the Medical University of South Carolina. If you've got the time, Middleton Place and Drayton Hall are a couple more must-visits.
Pitt Street Bridge is an eternal presence in Charleston. While local residents may seem to take it for granted, many travellers are quite impressed by this keepsake of of a simpler time.
Customers keen on military history should visit Fort Sumter National Monument and Fort Moultrie National Monument. Imagine the dramatic sieges that happened there and marvel at the defensive features that made them hard to attack.
Whether you're religious or not, holy places like St. Philip's Church and French Huguenot Church are sure to be among the most peaceful sights you’ll encounter in your travels. Many spiritual travellers also make time to see St. Michael's Episcopal Church and Cathedral of Saint John the Baptist.
You may feel as though you've done it all after seeing Charleston's big-name tourist attractions, but don't head off yet. There are still lots of surprises left. Why not do a little more sightseeing at the Fort Jackson and the Coosaw Creek Country Club? Arthur Ravenel Jr. Bridge and Marion Square are also worth considering.