Charleston Lowcountry Small Group Sightseeing Tour


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A full refund will apply if you cancel more than a day before the activity start time.

Duration7 hours
Guide LanguageEnglish
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Go beyond the standard short walking tours of downtown and explore more of the Charleston Lowcountry on this extensive walking tour. Your guide will show you a comprehensive view of Charleston, from Charlotte Street to the beaches and lighthouses along the coast. You’ll visit over a dozen different sites, including Magnolia Plantation & Gardens, Drayton Hall, and the Folly Beach Fishing Pier. You’ll even ride a water taxi between downtown and Hog Island.


Ride between sites in a comfortable air-conditioned van
Limited participants keeps this tour intimate and engaging
See a 500 year-old live oak tree and “the ugliest” lighthouse in the country
Enjoy free Charleston snacks and pimento cheese sliders


Stroll this quiet antebellum street of Wragg district, where so much happened, and so little realize it.
This military college dates back to the civil war. Some say, they even started it!
Travel to the end of Folly Beach to get an upclose and personal with the 6th oldest lighthouse in the US. This includes a 1/4 mile walk to the lighthouse, with a little bit of sand on the beach!
This pier had it's heyday in the 1940's as one of the first amusement parks in the nation. Newly renovated, you are free to roam to it's end, or shop inside the terrific beach store (including ice cream and hot dogs) or even have a margarita at Pier 101 Beach Bar (if open).
We will visit this 400-500 year old, John's Island live oak.
The only and oldest remaining plantation house, in it's original form. While we do not tour inside the house, we will stop for pictures and history lesson.
We will take a stroll down the alley of oaks to the reflection pond -- countless Snap! Shot opportunities.
The oldest remaining parish hall south of Virginia, sits among the Spanish moss and graveyard of the Drayton family.
Walk along the station street just beyond the fort, to the beach, and get a great big surprise!
This beautiful church was built during the 1830's for the Irish Army Core of Engineers constructing the forts on the island. Travel back in time into this testament of survival.
The ugliest lighthouse in America!
Another secret and immense view of the Yorktown and the Cooper River.
Bon Voyage back to your starting point at the Wharfside Aquarium. You have to see Charleston from the water!!!


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Additional Information

  • Service animals allowed
  • Public transportation options are available nearby
  • Suitable for all physical fitness levels

Guide Languages

  • English

Cancellation Policy

  • A full refund will apply if you cancel more than a day before the activity start time.

  • No refund is possible if you cancel less than a day before the activity start time.