Charleston, South Carolina is a city steeped in history, beauty, and Southern hospitality. Whether you're looking to explore historic landmarks or relax on a beautiful beach, Charleston has something for everyone.
So, pack your bags and get ready for three days of adventure, relaxation, and plenty of sweet tea!"
Day 1: Historic Charleston
Start your day with a stroll through the historic Charleston City Market, which offers a variety of local vendors selling everything from handmade jewelry to sweetgrass baskets.
Enjoy lunch at one of the many delicious restaurants in the area, such as Poogan's Porch or Husk.
After lunch, take a guided tour of the historic homes and gardens in the area, such as the Nathaniel Russell House or the Aiken-Rhett House.
End the day with a sunset cruise on the Charleston Harbor, which offers stunning views of the city skyline and the famous Ravenel Bridge.
Day 2: Beach Day
Start your day with a drive to Folly Beach, one of the most popular beaches in the Charleston area.
Enjoy a day of sun, sand, and surf, or take a dolphin-watching tour for a chance to see these friendly creatures up close.
For lunch, head to the Lost Dog Cafe, a popular spot for delicious sandwiches and seafood.
End the day with a visit to the famous Morris Island Lighthouse, which offers stunning views of the Atlantic Ocean.
Day 3: Culture and Cuisine
Start your day with a visit to the Charleston Museum, which offers exhibits on the history of Charleston and the Lowcountry.
Enjoy lunch at the famous Hominy Grill, which offers delicious Southern cuisine, including shrimp and grits and fried chicken.
After lunch, take a stroll through the beautiful gardens at Magnolia Plantation and Gardens, one of the oldest plantations in the South.
End the day with a visit to the Charleston City Night Market, which offers a variety of local vendors selling everything from artwork to handmade crafts.
Remember to download the Keepsake app to capture all your memories and experiences in Charleston - you'll want to remember this charming city forever!