194 Tradd St, Charleston South Carolina 29401
Residents of the old and historic district, the guides of Charleston Tea Party Walking Tours guide you through their own neighborhoods of historic homes, buildings, churches and gardens, ending with a lovely tea party in the private garden of your guide. This is a refreshing touch of Charleston hospitality at the end of a two-hour walking tour. Architecture, the War Between the States, the American Revolution, the Earthquake of 1886, spiritual history, quotes from diaries, historic preservation, and flowering plants are woven into this artistic tour for the discerning visitor. Tours start at 198 King St, Kings Courtyard Inn, at 9:30 a.m. and 2:00 p.m.
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