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Sightseeing in South Carolina

Tree
“One of the prettiest things I’ve ever seen! It’s so unbelievable and serene! It also happens to be FREE!”
138 locals recommend
Monument / Landmark
“just off the beach of Sullivan's Island, overlooking Cooper River & Fort Sumpter”
7 locals recommend
Historic Site
$
“Best suited for the Physically active. Walking the gardens in the evening is sure to make her smile. Bring something to drink and dress appropriate to the weather.”
109 locals recommend
Capitol Building
“The State House sits at the head of Main Street. Construction began in 1855 and was interrupted by the Civil War and not completed until 1907. Its grounds are filled with monuments to many [notorious] South Carolinians who forged slave society, secession and Jim Crow. Tours are available. https://southcarolinaparks.com/education-and-history/state-house”
24 locals recommend
Historic Site
“A grand plantation home with historic gardens that have varieties of plantings 400 years old. ”
64 locals recommend
Monument / Landmark
“Revolutionary War fort and other side of the harbor from Ft Sumter. Worth a visit then head to one of the great beach bars on Sullivan’s Island ”
27 locals recommend
Historic Site
“See where the first shots of the Civil war were fired.....and get a harbor tour as a bonus!”
26 locals recommend
Garden
“Great place for the soul. Enjoy some quiet and peacefulness. Nestled in a lovely neighborhood, it will surprise you. ”
5 locals recommend
Historic Site
“Said to be "... the finest eighteenth-century house surviving in Georgia..." by The Smithsonian Guide to Historic America, the Ezekiel Harris House is an outstanding example of early Federal style architecture. Entering the impressive vaulted hallway, visitors may observe what life was like during the Federal Period in Georgia. Fully restored in 1964 and listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the Harris House is a reminder of the days when tobacco was the primary cash crop of the region. $2 Monday-Saturday 10-5pm”
2 locals recommend
Museum
“Because you want to enter in to history and learn about Charleston's past. Great gardens and shop too. ”
5 locals recommend
Historic Site
“See President Woodrow Wilson's boyhood home. http://www.historiccolumbia.org/woodrow-wilson-family-home”
1 local recommends
Botanical Garden
Museum
“A great historic mansion with quality tour guides and a beautiful garden too”
7 locals recommend
Historic Site
“Small park with picnic tables, restrooms and a museum set up in the Snee Farm house. Free access; free parking. ”
2 locals recommend
Tree
“This massive Live Oak tree is believed to be over 1500 years old! The native tree measures 25.5 feet in circumference and 65 feet tall. The area of shade encompasses 17,000 square feet! ”
3 locals recommend