Charleston Prohibition History Pub Crawl

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USD3500
Duration2 hours
Guide LanguageEnglish
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About

Prohibition made have made liquor illegal in Charleston for a while, but it didn’t end the party for this South Carolina city. Learn all about the history of the 18th Amendment and get a taste of the wild Charleston scene of the 1920s on this prohibition-themed pub crawl. You’ll visit historic landmarks along with vintage restaurants and bars.

Highlights

Learn about the history of Prohibition-era Charleston while strolling the town
Stop in at some of the city’s best pubs and restaurants to buy a drink
See historic landmarks including St. Philip’s Church
A maximum of 15 people creates a more personalized tour

Itinerary

The first stop of this tour is at The Griffon, proudly billed as Charleston's best pub where you will have the chance to purchase an alcoholic beverage. You will begin hearing about The Prohibition which is the theme of this tour.
Henry's on the market is the oldest continuously operated restaurant in Charleston. You will have the chance to purchase an alcoholic beverage.
At this stop you will learn about how Charleston got its nickname, The Holy City.
At this stop you will hear about how Poogan's Porch got its name. You'll have the chance to purchase an alcoholic beverage and continue discussing the prohibition.
You tour will end at The Blind Tiger Pub. You will have the chance to purchase an alcoholic beverage and you will discuss Al Capone's brother, James Vincenzo Capone.

Inclusions

A knowledgeable and entertaining tour guide

Exclusions

Gratuities

Additional Information

  • Wheelchair accessible
  • Suitable for all physical fitness levels

Guide Languages

  • English

Cancellation Policy

This product can not be cancelled, amended or refunded.