Especially Designed for Cruise Ship Passengers
Experience Nearly 350 Years of History!
This special cruise ship tour is designed for those embarking, debarking or on a port-of-call on one of Charleston's many cruise ships adventures. Experience nearly 350 years of history as we stroll and explore many of the famous areas of historic Charleston. This tour includes a guided tour of one of Charleston's wonderful museum homes. Contact your cruise line or see your shipboard excursion desk for more information.
Along this wonderful journey into the past, you will will pass many Charleston landmarks such as The Citadel, The Old Exchange and Provost Dungeon, Powder Magazine, Fireproof Building, St. Michael's Episcopal Church, The Dock Street Theater, St. Philips Episcopal Church, Mills House Hotel, White Point Garden, Charleston Harbor, Calhoun Mansion, Four Corners of Law, Washington Park, and many others. Along the way, you will see many things that might look familiar. The familiarity is due to the fact that Charleston is one of the premier movie locations in the south. See areas featured in movies such as "The Notebook", "The Patriot", "Reap The Wild Wind" "North and South" and more.
The highlight to the tour is a personal guided tour of one of Charleston wonderful museum houses... The Nathaniel Russell House. This mansion is one of the best examples of Adamesque architectural styles in America and features an free-flying elliptical staircase that ascends three floors with no visible means of support.
As a bonus, guests will have the opportunity to visit the world-famous Charleston City market. The most unique shopping experience in Charleston!
The Cruising Charleston tour is a van/walking tour of approx. 6.5 miles. Please consider this if you have health issue that make some of the walking problematic.
Please note gratuity is not included in the tour price. Our guides appreciate gratuities or TIPS where earned.
Nathaniel Russell House
3.5 hours (approx.)
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Charleston Cruise Ship Terminal
176 Concord Street