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If You Go – Charleston, South Carolina

Where2Stay

21 East Battery Bed & Breakfast
21 East Battery in the Edmondston-Alston House
843-556-0500
www.21eastbattery.com

Charleston Place
205 Meeting St.
843-722-4900
www.charlestonplace.com

Middleton Place - A carefully preserved 18th century plantation and a National Historic Landmark, Middleton Place encompasses America's oldest landscaped Gardens.Middleton Place – A carefully preserved 18th century plantation and a National Historic Landmark, Middleton Place encompasses America’s oldest landscaped Gardens. Photo courtesy of Charleston CVB

The Inn at Middleton Place
4290 Ashley River Rd.
843-556-0500
www.theinnatmiddletonplace.com

Where2Eat

Baked Charleston
160 E. Bay St.
843-577-2180
http://bakednyc.com

Charleston Grill
224 King St.
843-577-4522
www.charlestongrill.com

FIG
232 Meeting St.
843-805-5900
www.eatatfig.com

Magnolia’s
185 E. Bay St.
843-577-7771
www.magnolias-blossom-cypress.com

Middleton Place Restaurant
4300 Ashley River Rd.
843-556-6020
www.middletonplace.org

Palmetto Café
205 Meeting St.
843-722-4900
www.charlestonplace.com

Slightly North of Broad (S.N.O.B.)
192 East Bay St.
843-723-3424
www.mavericksouthernkitchens.com

What2Do

Charleston Cooks! Maverick Kitchen Store
194 East Bay St.
843-722-1212
www.charlestoncooks.com
Cooking school course topic and cost varies; some classes are free. Visit website for details.

Alphonso Brown leads the Gullah Tours. Photo by Hope S. PhilbrickAlphonso Brown leads the Gullah Tours. Photo by Hope S. Philbrick

Gullah Tours
843-763-7551
www.gullahtours.com
Two-hour tours run Mon.-Fri., 11 a.m. & 1 p.m.; Sat. 11 a.m., 1 p.m. & 3 p.m. $18/adult; $15/middle- and high-school student; $12/elementary student.

Middleton Place Plantation
4290 Ashley River Rd.
843-556-6020
www.middletonplace.org

Admission $25/adult, $5/child age 7-15. House museum +$10. Carriage tour +$15.
Overview tours on the hour 10 a.m.-3 p.m.; tours with an African-American focus run daily at 11 a.m. and 1 p.m.

Palmetto Carriage Works
40 North Market St.
843-723-8145
www.carriagetour.com
One-hour tours in a mule-drawn carriage explore 25-30 blocks of historic downtown Charleston. $20/person.

When2Go

Charleston is host to many festivals throughout the year. Among them:

March 4-7, 2010
Charleston Food + Wine Festival

www.charlestonfoodandwine.com

April 16-18, 20
10World Grits Festival
www.worldgritsfestival.com

June 5, 2010
Sweetgrass Festival
www.sweetgrassfestival.org

September 23-October 3, 2010
MOJA Arts Festival
www.mojafestival.com

4MoreInfo

Charleston Area SC Convention & Visitors Bureau
800-774-0006
www.charlestoncvb.com

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