Tag Archives: Charleston Educational Tours

SpiritLine Cruises

SpiritLine Cruises If your group is looking for a high caliber cruise experience while in Charleston then you need to look no further than SpiritLine Cruises, a Charleston Harbor touring company. This cruise line offers Charleston Harbor tours, dinner cruises, private dining events, sightseeing, and more. The 3 luxury yachts allow you to 'enjoy the…
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South Carolina Historical Society

South Carolina Historical Society Welcome to the South Carolina Historical Society, or SCHS for short. This museum features interactive exhibits on the people, places, and movements that shaped the state of South Carolina and the nation in general and has earned itself the title of 'one of the 15 most noteworthy museums opening this year'…
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The Gracie & Lacy Show

The Gracie & Lacy Show [caption id="attachment_27416" align="alignright" width="320"] Gracie and Lacy Show[/caption] Two decades, Hundreds of shows, Tens of thousands of audience . . . CLASSIC entertainment is just that big of a deal, darling! The Gracie and Lacy Show in Charleston is an award-winning sister act featuring a 'Golden-Era' variety show. With hits…
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Charleston Stage at the Dock

Charleston Stage at the Dock Welcome to Charleston Stage at the Dock, the Charleston local theater that is often times referred to as 'America's First Theatre'. The theatre group itself was first established in 1809 within the historic French Quarter of downtown Charleston. However, the Dock Street Theater was built in 1736, with its first…
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Sandlapper Tours

Sandlapper Tours Voted the #1 Charleston Harbor Tour company is Sandlapper Tours, a must-do Charleston experience. This tour company operates out of the Charleston Maritime Center near the SC Aquarium and provides guests with various History, Nature, Sunset, Ghost, and Holiday Cruises. Step aboard the 49 person capacity Palmetto and learn all about the city…
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Chef’s Kitchen Tour Charleston

Chef’s Kitchen Tour Charleston Foodies rejoice! You are going to start your day out with a 3-hour walking tour of Charleston’s downtown district to meet the ‘talented chefs behind some of the greatest restaurants and gain insight into their ideas, methods, and creativity.' Get tours of their kitchens, hear the stories of their humble (or…
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Glass Onion

Glass Onion As you can probably already tell from the crowds around this place, the Glass Onion is one of the most popular local Charleston eateries by far. This eatery is run by well-established owner and executive chef Chris Stewart, a successful endeavor he began in 2008. Since then both the crowds and the reputation…
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Fat Hen

Fat Hen Dinner tonight will be a true Lowcountry treat at a locally loved establishment that provides the finest French-influenced southern fare, Fat Hen. Head chef Fred Neuville has put together a traditionally Southern yet French-sophisticated menu that has blown up in popularity in Charleston, a foodie haven for those looking for something that encapsulates…
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Downtown Charleston Culinary Tour

[caption id="attachment_21926" align="alignright" width="425"] Charleston red rice - Savannah Red Rice rice dish commonly Southeastern coastal regions of Georgia and South Carolina.cooking white rice with tomatoes, bacon, pork sausage.[/caption] Downtown Charleston Culinary Tour The perfect first stop to break your students into the culinary world of Charleston sits on Market Street, one of the most…
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Charleston Museum

Charleston Museum This next stop is quite a spectacular one, a visit to America’s very first museum, the highly popular Charleston Museum. Founded first in 1773 and then opened to the public in 1824, this museum on Meeting Street of Charleston has been named by the American Alliance of Museum’s as the first and most…
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