Things To Do in Charleston

Roper House is located along Charleston’s famous High Battery, a landmark defensive seawall and promenade. There are many historical attractions throughout Charleston, with The Battery being one of the most visited places in the city. Charleston is filled to the brim with galleries, museums, cultural centers, theatres, historical sites and some of the finest restaurants in the state. With beautiful weather throughout the year, the city has a huge outdoor culture and many natural and man-made wonders to experience. Whether it’s walking The Battery during sunset, visiting the College of Charleston campus, or shopping at the city’s Farmers’ Market on a Saturday morning, Charleston truly has something for everyone to enjoy.

Here are some of the many wonderful cultural attractions in Charleston. Check back frequently for more ideas on things to do in this coastal city.

Middleton Place
The Edmonston-Alston House Museum
Historic Charleston Foundation
Gibbes Museum

Official Tourism and Travel Site
Official City Website
Official Tourism Guide