Charleston Strolls Daily Tour

365 days a year (including Holidays)

Tour where carriages and motorcoaches are not allowed as you take a fascinating stroll with stories and traditions revealing Charleston’s rich history and colorful past. This two hour tour through America’s most charming historical district is sure to be the highlight of your visit. Reserve a tour online!

Some historic Charleston highlights will include:

  • Rainbow Row
  • Historic Waterfront Battery
  • Antebellum Mansions
  • A visual tour of Fort Sumter
  • Hidden Gardens & Courtyards
  • Historic Churches & Graveyards
  • The Revolutionary and Civil War

Tours Depart – Rain or shine
Courtesy pickups available at Charleston Place and Days Inn prior to the tour
10:00 am – Mills House Hotel, 115 Meeting Street – Tour Departs
2:00 pm – Mills House Hotel, 115 Meeting Street – Tour Departs

What’s special about the VIP Experience?
You also get access to our guide for entrance into the oldest museum home in the city, The Heyward Washington House, which is a Georgian-style double house and was once the townhome of Thomas Heyward, Jr., one of four South Carolina signers of the Declaration of Independence. The house also played host to President George Washington during his week-long stay in the “Holy City”. You will see the only 1740s kitchen building open to the public in the city, as well as the beautiful formal gardens used in the late 18th century.

If you choose the VIP Experience, you could also add on entrance to the Gibbes Museum, which is the only art museum in Charleston, established in 1858 and the oldest museum building in the South. The Museum connects the city and the region’s artistic past to a vibrant contemporary art scene.

Adults: $28.00
Children: $18 (ages 7-12)
6 & under free

VIP Experience
Adults: $40.00
Children: $30 (ages 7-12)
6 & under free

Click here to purchase tickets online

What is the pace of the tour?
The pace is greatly influenced by the city, its sidewalks, weather and terrain. Some buildings we go into are older and require some maneuvering to get through their AADA access routes. One should note that the pace of our tours cannot be slowed as we are bound to time constraints. If you or a member of your group has a disability, please speak with our staff before you decide to take the tour.

Are your tours accessible for people with disabilities?
Yes, with advanced notice (two business days) all our tours can accommodate people with disabilities. Keep in mind Charleston was built on uneven terrain and the public streets, sidewalks, and cemeteries can be uneven.