Charleston’s Most Beautiful Walk


This approximately 2-hour small-group walk incorporates some of the most visually appealing neighborhoods that Charleston’s Historic District has to offer.


Starting on the North side of the Old Exchange and Provost Dungeon, located at 122 East Bay Street, this tour proceeds to explore Charleston’s most beautiful and historic neighborhoods.

This walking tour starts at 10am on the North side of the Old Exchange and Provost Dungeon. From there the tour will proceed to see many sites in the heart of Charleston’s Historic District including, but not limited to: the remnants of the original walls which defined the Old Walled City; the picturesque pastel houses which make up Rainbow Row; the trickle of water fountains and glimpses into private gardens along charming Tradd Street; spectacular East Battery Street and its views of Charleston harbor and the gradeur of its many elegant mansions; the gentle sea breezes in White Point Gardens — Charleson’s waterfront Oasis; the Villa Margherita; the quaint cool passages of Stoll’s Alley; Lower Church Street; the Thomas Rose House with the whistling ghost of Dr. Joseph Brown Ladd; the Dubose Heyward house and Catfish Row, and the Heyward – Washington House where George Washington once slept!

This tour takes place daily at 10am, involves a moderate amount of walking, and finishes back at the same place where you met your guide in the morning.

Pricing & Duration

Hours: 10am Daily | 2 Hours

Price: $25/person

Departure Location

This tour departs from the North side of the Exchange Building at 122 East Bay Street.  Please arrive 15 minutes prior to the tour start time for check-in.