Charleston’s Museum Mile

Charleston’s Museum Mile features the richest concentration of cultural sites open to visitors in downtown Charleston. Stroll the one-mile section of Meeting Street and you will discover six museums, five

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Halsey Institute of Contemporary Art

The Halsey Institute of Contemporary Art at the College of Charleston School of the Arts provides a multidisciplinary laboratory for the production, presentation, interpretation, and dissemination of ideas by innovative

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Charleston City Market

Welcome to the Charleston City Market, the cultural heart of the City. As one of the nation’s oldest public markets, the historic Charleston City Market plays a leading role in the

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Friends of the Hunley

Friends of the Hunley is a non-profit organization dedicated to helping the H.L. Hunley complete her historic journey home. The goals of the Friends of the Hunley are: to recover

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The North Charleston Fire Museum & Educational Center

The North Charleston and American LaFrance Fire Museum and Education Center blends history and hands-on education into an unforgettable experience for the entire family. Hours of Operation: Monday – Saturday:

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The Charleston Museum

The South Carolina Lowcountry has always been home to a cast of eclectic, unconventional characters – scholars, scientists, scribes, and socialites, revolutionaries and world travelers, collectors, curators. They have been

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Patriots Point Naval & Maritime Museum

  Where Honor, Pride, & Adventure Unite Patriots Point Development Authority was established in the 1970s to develop a naval & maritime museum on Charleston Harbor with the World War

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Calhoun Mansion

Almost a century before it was built, the ground on which George Walton Williams would build his home was hallowed in the tradition of optimistic patriotism. 14-16 Meeting Street in

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Gibbes Museum

The Gibbes Museum of Art is committed to developing multi-dimensional education and outreach programs that expand the concept of the museum experience, while addressing the needs of an increasingly diverse

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Old Exchange Building

History comes alive as Colonial dressed guides talk about Pirates, Patriots and Presidents! Explore the location where pirates were once held and view a section of the 1698 fortification that

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Heyward-Washington House

Built in 1772, this Georgian-style double house was the town home of Thomas Heyward, Jr., one of four South Carolina signers of the Declaration of Independence. A patriot leader and

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Old Slave Mart

The Old Slave Mart Museum, located at 6 Chalmers St., recounts the story of Charleston’s role in this inter-state slave trade by focusing on the history of this particular building

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Childrens Museum

The Children’s Museum of the Lowcountry (CML) offers unlimited learning adventures for children, ages Birth to 10 years, and their families. A world of discovery awaits at the Children’s Museum

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The Confederate Museum

The site of this building was originally occupied by the MASONIC Hall, which was completely destroyed by fire in 1838. Market Hall was built in 1841. It is a copy

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American Military Museum

The American Military Museum offers a one-of-a-kind experience in military history!  The American Military Museum in Charleston, SC, is dedicated to the men and women who have served, are serving

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French Quarter

French Quarter Ark Walk lets you stroll the streets and galleries of Charleston SC. Located within the original walled city, its has become the national arts destination. It includes the

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