Charleston Walking Tours

With its centuries-old mansion and cobblestone streets, Charleston is like a living museum. One of the best ways to learn about its history (and its ghosts) and the significance of its best-known landmarks is on a walking tour. There are a variety of options available, ranging from broad tours of the city’s historic downtown district, to more niche tours that explore the city’s paranormal presence, pirates and art galleries and studios.

Recent visitors praised operators like Charleston Footprints, Walks of Charleston and Two Sisters Tours. To see a more complete directory of available walking tours, check out our roundup of the eight best.

Most tours last two hours and cost $20 per person. Some operators may require you to make reservations in advance; check each tour company’s website for specific times, reservation requirements and rates. And remember, you’ll want to wear sturdy shoes and sunscreen, and bring water with you.

Alex Tuhell

Co-founder and publisher

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