Lowcountry (75)
 
  • Art Central, Ltd
    More photos:

    Address:
    130 Central Avenue
    Summerville, SC 29483

    Contact:
    843-871-0297

    Location:
    Lowcountry

    Art Central, Ltd.
    Art gallery owned and operated by the artists themselves
    Art Central Gallery is a co-operative art gallery that is owned and operated by local award-winning artists. This offers the unique experience of meeting an artist during each visit. The gallery offers an exceptional selection of original paintings, photography and designed jewelery along with hand-crafted pottery, wood carving, artist prints and note cards.
    Details

    Other Categories:
    Where to Shop LocalArts & Gardens

    More Info moreinfo
    lessinfo Close
    icon-itinerary Add to my itinerary
    icon-itinerary In my itinerary
  • Audubon Center at Beidler Forest
    More photos:

    Address:
    336 Sanctuary Road
    Harleyville, SC 29448

    Contact:
    843-462-2150

    Visit Their Website websitelink

    Location:
    Lowcountry

    Audubon Center at Beidler Forest

    Over 16,000 acres of Bald Cypress and Tupelo Gum swamp forest

    Located in Four Holes Swamp, the Francis Beidler Forest spans over 16,000 acres and contains the largest remaining stand of virgin Bald Cypress and Tupelo Gum swamp forest left anywhere in the world. A 1.75 mile self-guided boardwal trail (handicap accessible) leads you to the heart of the swamp. Canoe and kayak trips and naturalist-guided tours are also avaialble seasonally by reservation. Check out their website for a free downloadable iPhone/iPod application the includes tons of text images that relate to this rare natural area.


    Details

    Other Categories:
    Outdoor AdventuresHistoric Sites

    More Info moreinfo
    lessinfo Close
    icon-itinerary Add to my itinerary
    icon-itinerary In my itinerary
  • Avery Research Center for African American History and Culture
    More photos:

    Address:
    125 Bull Street
    Charleston, SC 29424

    Contact:
    843-953-7609

    Visit Their Website websitelink

    Location:
    Lowcountry

    Avery Research Center for African American History and Culture
    Archives & museum dedicated to the history & culture of African Americans in the SC Lowcountry
    Once a hub for the African American community in Charleston, the Avery Research Center offered its students training for professional careers and leadership roles from 1865-1954. Today Avery is an archives and museum dedicated to the collection, preservation and documentation of the history and culture of African Americans in Charleston and the South Carolina lowcountry. The center currently holds nearly 4000 primary- and secondary-source materials that document the history, traditions, legacies, and influence of African Americans and their place in the American narrative.
    Details

    Other Categories:
    Historic SitesAfrican American Heritage

    More Info moreinfo
    lessinfo Close
    icon-itinerary Add to my itinerary
    icon-itinerary In my itinerary
  • Azalea Park
    More photos:

    Address:
    Main Street at W. 5th South Street
    Summerville, SC 29485

    Contact:
    843-871-6000

    Visit Their Website websitelink

    Location:
    Lowcountry

    Azalea Park
    12 acres of gardens and sculpture in the middle of historic downtown Summerville
    Azalea Park encompasses 12 acres of beautiful greenspace smack in the middle of historic Summerville. The park is known for it's pathways dotted with sculpture and shade trees. It is also home to Sculpture in the South and the Flowertown Festival, both popular annual events.
    Details

    Other Categories:
    Historic SitesOutdoor Adventures

    More Info moreinfo
    lessinfo Close
    icon-itinerary Add to my itinerary
    icon-itinerary In my itinerary
  • Bee City
    More photos:

    Address:
    1066 Holley Ridge Lane
    Cottageville, SC 29435

    Contact:
    843-835-5912

    Visit Their Website websitelink

    Location:
    Lowcountry

    Bee City
    Petting zoo, café and gift shop highlighting honeybees
    From the hive to the jar, Bee City guides visitors through the honey-making process. You will also find a petting zoo and café and gift shop on site, where you should be sure to pick up some of their specialties like chocolate covered honey, spun honey or honey comb.
    Details

    Other Categories:
    Agriculture

    More Info moreinfo
    lessinfo Close
    icon-itinerary Add to my itinerary
    icon-itinerary In my itinerary
  • Berkeley  County Museum
    More photos:

    Address:
    950 Stony Landing Road
    Moncks Corner, SC 29461

    Contact:
    843-899-5101

    Visit Their Website websitelink

    Location:
    Lowcountry

    Berkeley County Museum
    Local museum with history exhibits including those on military conflicts, colonial history and even moonshine
    Walking into the Berkeley County Museum, your footsteps will echo on the 150-year-old heart pine floor that was originally in a railroad warehouse in Darlington, SC. Located within the Old Santee Canal Park, the museum houses exhibits and artifacts that tell 12,000 years of the area's history. Exhibits focus on Brig. Gen. Francis Marion (The Swamp Fox), American Indians, Colonial life, early medicine and education, rural electrification and the Francis Marion National Forest. The most recent display describes the rich history of "Moonshine" in Berkeley County, once considered the moonshine capital of the state. Also of note is the replica Little David, a civil war era submersible torpedo boat that was built under an oak tree at nearby Stony Landing. One night in 1863, the David attacked the Union ship, USS New Ironsides, and extremely damaged the vessel.
    Details

    Other Categories:
    Historic SitesMilitary

    More Info moreinfo
    lessinfo Close
    icon-itinerary Add to my itinerary
    icon-itinerary In my itinerary
  • Black's Camp & Restaurant
    More photos:

    Address:
    1370 Blacks Camp Road
    Cross, SC 29436

    Contact:
    843-753-2231

    Visit Their Website websitelink

    Location:
    Lowcountry

    Black's Camp & Restaurant
    Full-service fish camp and restaurant
    Black's Camp is a full-service fish camp with guided or self-guided fishing expeditions. Accommodations are available on site, as well as a restaurant. So even if you're not a fan of fishing, stop by for one of their famous burgers!
    Details

    Other Categories:
    Historic SitesOutdoor AdventuresWhere to Eat

    More Info moreinfo
    lessinfo Close
    icon-itinerary Add to my itinerary
    icon-itinerary In my itinerary
  • Blueway Adventures

    Address:
    100 Paul Revere Square
    Bonneau, SC 29431

    Contact:
    843-687-2812

    Visit Their Website websitelink

    Location:
    Lowcountry

    Blueway Adventures

    Scenic-Historic-Authentic Kayak Tours and Kayak Fishing. Great for family outings, vacation side trips, wildlife viewing and fun in the sun. 

    Blueway Adventures blends the knowledge of a Master Naturalist and ACA certified guide with 20+ years experience to offer exciting and quality outdoor adventures on the waterways of South Carolina. Scenic blackwater kayak trips are offered on Lake Moultrie, Lake Marion, and on Charleston area rivers. Client favorites include the sandy beaches and water lillies on Dennis Pasture, the haunting Revolutionary War history and striking views on Wadboo Creek, and the moss-draped Cypress trees on Sparkleberry Swamp. Kayak lessons and rentals are also offered. Check out their website to book your outdoor experience today!


    Details

    Other Categories:
    Outdoor Adventures

    More Info moreinfo
    lessinfo Close
    icon-itinerary Add to my itinerary
    icon-itinerary In my itinerary
  • Boone Hall Farms
    More photos:

    Address:
    2521 Highway 17 North
    Mt. Pleasant, SC 29466

    Contact:
    843-856-8154

    Visit Their Website websitelink

    Location:
    Lowcountry

    Boone Hall Farms
    A large indoor farm market store that also features a restaurant
    Boone Hall Farm Market specializes in a full line of locally grown South Carolina produce, meats and specialty products. It is also a location for Mount Pleasant Seafood, a local favorite seafood market on Shem Creek in Mount Pleasant since 1945. Certified SC grown produce (in season) Strawberries: April, May, and June. Tomatoes: June, July through early August. Blackberries, blueberries and more. Boone Hall Farms also sells homemade fudge, ice cream, jams, jellies, salad dressings, and has a market cafe featuring Farms Fresh meals with meat and vegetables starting at $6.99. Meatloaf is a favorite!!!
    Details

    Other Categories:
    Where to EatAgricultureWhere to Shop Local

    More Info moreinfo
    lessinfo Close
    icon-itinerary Add to my itinerary
    icon-itinerary In my itinerary
  • Boone Hall Plantation
    More photos:

    Address:
    1235 Long Point Road
    Mt. Pleasant, SC 29464

    Contact:
    843-884-3371

    Visit Their Website websitelink

    Location:
    Lowcountry

    Boone Hall Plantation

    One of America's oldest working plantations with historic home and original slave dwellings on the property

    Your experience at Boone Hall Plantation begins with one of the most unforgettable and beloved views in South Carolina. Moss-covered oaks line the pathway up to the historic home, which was built in 1936. It is a portion of the story behind Boone Hall, which has existed since 1681. House tours and educational programs about life on the plantation are availableincluding the African American experience, which can be explored through exhibits inside 9 original brick slave dwellings. Boone Hall is one of America’s oldest working plantations, having been continuously growing and producing crops for over 320 years. Make sure you stop by Boone Hall Farm Market while you're in the area! History Trivia: The house at Boone Hall was used for filming portions of the popular film, The Notebook.


    Details

    Other Categories:
    Historic SitesAgricultureAfrican American HeritagePlantations & Homes

    More Info moreinfo
    lessinfo Close
    icon-itinerary Add to my itinerary
    icon-itinerary In my itinerary
  • Branchville Railroad Junction & Museum
    More photos:

    Address:
    7505 Freedom Road
    Branchville, SC 29432

    Contact:
    803-274-8104

    Location:
    Lowcountry

    Branchville Railroad Junction & Museum
    Museum at the oldest railroad junction in the world
    The Branchville Railroad Junction & Museum is no ordinary place. In fact, it is the first railroad junction in the entire world! The museum explores the history of Branchville and features model trains, artifacts and memorabilia. There's even a top notch restaurant on site, called the Eatery at the Depot!
    Details

    Other Categories:
    The RailroadHistoric Sites

    More Info moreinfo
    lessinfo Close
    icon-itinerary Add to my itinerary
    icon-itinerary In my itinerary
  • Brookgreen Gardens
    More photos:

    Address:
    Highway 17 South between Murrells Inlet & Pawley's Island
    Pawleys Island, SC 29585

    Contact:
    843-235-6000

    Visit Their Website websitelink

    Location:
    Lowcountry

    Brookgreen Gardens
    Former plantation transformed into world renown gardens and outdoor sculpture space
    Brookgreen Gardens emerges from the foundations of former rice plantations, a powerful and almost magical setting for one of the most comprehensive collection of American figurative sculpture. Began by renowned sculptress Anna Hyatt Huntington and her husband Archer, Brookgreen today combines history, nature and art like no other place. Experience this for yourself by roaming the gardens, taking a boat ride or walking the many trails that guide you through archaeological digs and interpretive panels that offer a peek into the lives of the plantation owners and enslaved African Americans. There are also multiple sculpture galleries on site as well as an animal forest. Make sure to visit Atalaya, Anna & Archer's home, which is located just down the road at Huntington Beach State Park. History Trivia: The southern-most edge of Brookgreen was once home to Governor Joseph Alson and his wife Theodosia Burr (the only child of Aaron Burr, the Vice President to Jefferson Davis). Their marriage in 1801 was followed by many tragedies including the death of their only son and the disappearance of Theodosia while at sea.
    Details

    Other Categories:
    Arts & GardensHistoric SitesOutdoor AdventuresAfrican American Heritage

    More Info moreinfo
    lessinfo Close
    icon-itinerary Add to my itinerary
    icon-itinerary In my itinerary
  • Caw Caw Nature & History Interpretive Center
    More photos:

    Address:
    5200 Savannah Highway
    Ravenel, SC 29470

    Contact:
    843-889-8898

    Visit Their Website websitelink

    Location:
    Lowcountry

    Caw Caw Nature & History Interpretive Center
    Former rice plantation that offers outdoor opportunities and historic interpretation of the property
    Caw Caw Interpetive Center guides you through 654 acres worth of history and nature. Part of a former rice plantation, the land was home to enslaved African Americans who applied their technology and skills in agriculture to carve a highly successful series of rice fields out of cypress swamp. Still evident are the earthen dikes, remnant water control structures and canals that today provide diverse habitats to migratory waterfowl, songbirds, deer, otter and alligators. Visitors can experience Caw Caw through the 8 miles of walking trails, interpretive exhibits at the interpretive center and a wide variety of educational programs.
    Details

    Other Categories:
    Historic SitesOutdoor AdventuresAgricultureAfrican American Heritage

    More Info moreinfo
    lessinfo Close
    icon-itinerary Add to my itinerary
    icon-itinerary In my itinerary
  • Charles Pinckney National Historic Site
    More photos:

    Address:
    1254 Long Point Road
    Mt. Pleasant, SC 29464

    Contact:
    843-881-5516

    Visit Their Website websitelink

    Location:
    Lowcountry

    Charles Pinckney National Historic Site
    Coastal plantation of Charles Pinckney, a signer of the United States Constitution
    Charles Pinckney was a principal author and a signer of the United States Constitution. This remnant of Snee Farmk, his coastal plantation, is preserved to tell the story of a "forgotten founder," his life of public service, the lives of enslaved African Americans and their influences on Pinckney.
    Details

    Other Categories:
    Plantations & HomesHistoric SitesAfrican American HeritageMilitary

    More Info moreinfo
    lessinfo Close
    icon-itinerary Add to my itinerary
    icon-itinerary In my itinerary
  • Charles Towne Landing State Historic Site
    More photos:

    Address:
    1500 Old Towne Road
    Charleston, SC 29407

    Contact:
    843-852-4200

    Visit Their Website websitelink

    Location:
    Lowcountry

    Charles Towne Landing State Historic Site
    Site of the 1670 landing of English settles, includes ship replica, museum and animal forest
    Truly the birthplace of South Carolina, in 1670 a group of English settlers landed here and established the start of the Carolinas colony, the plantation system of the American South and one of the continent's first major port cities. The view here hasn't changed much at all (except for the fact that you can now enjoy a convenient trolley and audio tour to get you from place to place!). First brush up on your history at the interactive museum and gift shop before you begin your journey through the Adventure (a 17th century replica ship), an experimental crop garden, archaeology sites, an animal forest with species indigienous to SC and 80 acres of gardens. The Legare-Waring House is a favorite place for weddings and events along with Founders Hall, a LEEDS gold certified event facility.
    Details

    Other Categories:
    Plantations & HomesHistoric SitesOutdoor AdventuresMilitary

    More Info moreinfo
    lessinfo Close
    icon-itinerary Add to my itinerary
    icon-itinerary In my itinerary
  • Charleston Cooks!
    More photos:

    Address:
    194 East Bay Street
    Charleston, SC 29401

    Contact:
    843-722-1212

    Visit Their Website websitelink

    Location:
    Lowcountry

    Charleston Cooks!
    Kitchen retail shop with culinary classes featuring local flavors and ingredients
    A bustling kitchen retail shop where you'll find the artistry, equipment and tools that help you make culinary magic happen, with a teaching kitchen featuring fun-filled cooking classes led by our talented instructors.
    Details

    Other Categories:
    Where to Eat

    More Info moreinfo
    lessinfo Close
    icon-itinerary Add to my itinerary
    icon-itinerary In my itinerary
  • Charleston in a Nutshell Historic Tours
    More photos:

    Address:

    ,

    Contact:
    843-794-0404

    Visit Their Website websitelink

    Location:
    Lowcountry

    Charleston in a Nutshell Historic Tours
    History-based walking tours of Charleston

    Details

    Other Categories:
    Historic Sites

    More Info moreinfo
    lessinfo Close
    icon-itinerary Add to my itinerary
    icon-itinerary In my itinerary
  • Charleston Kayak Company
    More photos:

    Address:

    Charleston, SC

    Contact:
    843-628-2879

    Visit Their Website websitelink

    Location:
    Lowcountry

    Charleston Kayak Company

    Kayak tours and custom outdoor adventures in Charleston!

    Charleston Kayak Company provides regularly scheduled tours by reservation (self-guided or naturalist-guided) from Middleton Place Plantation. Their specialty is custom kayak events for groups as small as 2 and as big as 40 people! These private tours can depart from a wide variety of Charleston-area locations and be tailored to your specific interests such as team-building activities, wedding events, nature walks, or multi-day trips with the support of a 24ft Carolina Skiff. 


    Details

    Other Categories:
    Outdoor Adventures

    More Info moreinfo
    lessinfo Close
    icon-itinerary Add to my itinerary
    icon-itinerary In my itinerary
  • Charleston Tea Plantation
    More photos:

    Address:
    6617 Maybank Highway
    Wadmalaw Island, SC 29487

    Contact:
    843-559-0383

    Visit Their Website websitelink

    Location:
    Lowcountry

    Charleston Tea Plantation
    America's only tea garden offers tours and gift shop
    Come to quiet Wadmalaw Island in the Lowcountry for a visit to America's only tea farm. You can take a trolley tour through the thousands of tea plants (camellia sinesis) and then stop in at the factory to see how the leaves get from the field to your cup! The gift shop is a must with everything from candles to tea pots. Charleston Tea Plantation also holds the First Flush Festival every Spring to celebrate the new harvest season of the tea plants. History Trivia: The "first flush" or first harveset of tea plants has a unique taste and was usually reserved for royalty.
    Details

    Other Categories:
    AgricultureHistoric SitesWhere to EatWhere to Shop Local

    More Info moreinfo
    lessinfo Close
    icon-itinerary Add to my itinerary
    icon-itinerary In my itinerary
  • Charleston Visitors Center
    More photos:

    Address:
    375 Meeting Street
    Charleston, SC 29403

    Contact:
    1-800-774-0006

    Visit Their Website websitelink

    Location:
    Lowcountry

    Charleston Visitors Center
    Visitors Center located in historic railroad depot
    Housed in an 1856 railroad depot with the original floors and beams, you should definitely make this visitors center your first stop in Charleston! Many attraction tickets can be purchased right here, and there are tons of magazines, brochures, videos and informational kiosks that will inspire your trip! The Visitors Center is also a point of departure for many trolleys and tour companies. There is a (cash only) parking area for those who want to explore the historic downtown district.
    Details

    Other Categories:
    Historic SitesThe Railroad

    More Info moreinfo
    lessinfo Close
    icon-itinerary Add to my itinerary
    icon-itinerary In my itinerary
  • Colleton Museum & Farmers Market
    More photos:

    Address:
    239 North Jefferies Boulevard
    Walterboro, SC 29488

    Contact:
    843-546-5775

    Visit Their Website websitelink

    Location:
    Lowcountry

    Colleton Museum & Farmers Market
    Local museum and farmers market
    Located in Walterboro, known as the front porch of the Lowcountry, the Colleton Museum & Farmers Market is a must stop. You'll find exhibits on the deep history of the area, including agriculture and plantations. The farmers market is located just outside the museum building, which makes it a convenient and yummy stop!
    Details

    Other Categories:
    AgricultureHistoric Sites

    More Info moreinfo
    lessinfo Close
    icon-itinerary Add to my itinerary
    icon-itinerary In my itinerary
  • Colleton State Park
    More photos:

    Address:
    147 Wayside Land
    Canadys, SC 29433

    Contact:
    843-538-8206

    Visit Their Website websitelink

    Location:
    Lowcountry

    Colleton State Park

    State Park on the Edisto River with cypress swamp, nature trails and marks the beginning of the Edisto River Kayak and Canoe Trail

    Colleton State Park overlooks the scenic EdistoRiver, one of the longest free-flowing black water rivers in the world. The park is the headquarters for the Edisto River Kayak and Canoe Trail, which is a 21-mile stretch of the Edisto River that ends in the neighboring Givhans Ferry State park. The park features the Cypress Swamp interpretive nature trails, a canoe launch boardwalk and is also a great place to spot wildlife such as birds, deer, turtles and snakes! History Trivia: The park was built by the Works Progress Administration and the Civilian Conservation Corps during the Great Depression as a wayside for picnicking travelers.


    Details

    Other Categories:
    Outdoor AdventuresHistoric Sites

    More Info moreinfo
    lessinfo Close
    icon-itinerary Add to my itinerary
    icon-itinerary In my itinerary
  • Colonial Dorchester State Historic Site
    More photos:

    Address:
    300 State Park Road
    Summerville, SC 29485

    Contact:
    843-873-1740

    Visit Their Website websitelink

    Location:
    Lowcountry

    Colonial Dorchester State Historic Site
    Site of a colonial village featuring original church tower, cemetery and archaeology sites
    For almost one hundred years the village of Dorchester existed as an important inland trading center in colonial South Carolina. The village is gone now, but the fort that occupied one corner of Dorchester still stands overlooking the Ashley River. Made of oyster shell concrete called tabby, the fort was built during the French and Indian War to house some of the colony’s precious gunpowder supply. During the American Revolution, the entire town became a fortified post, first occupied by the Americans and then by the British. Dorchester never recovered from the effects of the war, and the village was gradually abandoned. Today Dorchester is preserved and interpreted through archaeological investigations into the layers of history right below your feet. You can even take part in the archaeology efforts or explore the fort and remaining church tower and cemetery on site.
    Details

    Other Categories:
    Historic SitesMilitaryChurches & Cemeteries

    More Info moreinfo
    lessinfo Close
    icon-itinerary Add to my itinerary
    icon-itinerary In my itinerary
  • Cypress Gardens
    More photos:

    Address:
    3030 Cypress Gardens Road
    Moncks Corner, SC 29460

    Contact:
    843-553-0515

    Visit Their Website websitelink

    Location:
    Lowcountry

    Cypress Gardens
    Bald cypress trees overgrowing former rice reservoirs, swamp boat tours and more
    Cypress Gardens is located on the former site of Dean Hall Plantation, a prosperous 3000-acre rice plantation established in the early 1700s. It was then hunting land before becoming a public garden in 1932. Today Cypress Gardens (named appropriately for the bald cypress trees overgrowing the former rice reservoirs) offers the ultimate nature adventure with a Butterfly House, a gift shop, a Heritage Room with exhibits and artifacts about Cypress Gardens during its days as a plantation, a Swamparium that includes an aquarium and reptile center, swamp boat tours and walking trails! History Trivia: Cypress Gardens has been a set for multiple movie productions including The Notebook and The Patriot (the swamp hideout in the movie is still visible at the gardens today!).
    Details

    Other Categories:
    Historic SitesPlantations & HomesOutdoor Adventures

    More Info moreinfo
    lessinfo Close
    icon-itinerary Add to my itinerary
    icon-itinerary In my itinerary
  • Drayton Hall
    More photos:

    Address:
    3380 Ashley River Road
    Charleston, SC 29414

    Contact:
    843-769-2608

    Visit Their Website websitelink

    Location:
    Lowcountry

    Drayton Hall

    Pre-Revolutionary plantation home in close to original condition with African American cemetery

    Drayton Hall is the oldest surviving example of Georgian Palladian arhitecture in the United States and one of the only pre-Revolutonary houses that remain in close to original condition today. Drayton Hall's story spans 3 centuries of American history and 7 generations of the Drayton family and the African Americans were lived and worked here. Today you can tour the house (unfurnished) and take part in programs about life on the plantation or visit the African American cemetery on site. 


    Details

    Other Categories:
    Plantations & HomesHistoric SitesAfrican American HeritageWhere to Shop Local

    More Info moreinfo
    lessinfo Close
    icon-itinerary Add to my itinerary
    icon-itinerary In my itinerary
  • Edisto Beach State Park
    More photos:

    Address:
    8377 State Cabin Road
    Edisto Island, SC 29438

    Contact:
    843-869-2756

    Visit Their Website websitelink

    Location:
    Lowcountry

    Edisto Beach State Park
    Beach-front State Park with Native American history, environmental education center, cabins and campsites
    One of four oceanfront state parks in SC, Edisto Beach State Park is known for being rich in both history and nature. There is an ancient shell midden that created by the Edisto Indians in 2,000 B.C. This mound, made up mostly of oyster shells was where the Native Americans deposited of their trash and other unwanted items. Most popular on site are the nature trails, the Environmental Education Center, its educational programs, completely furnished cabins, campsites and of course the view of the South Carolina coastline!
    Details

    Other Categories:
    Outdoor AdventuresHistoric SitesWhere to Stay

    More Info moreinfo
    lessinfo Close
    icon-itinerary Add to my itinerary
    icon-itinerary In my itinerary
  • Edisto Island Museum
    More photos:

    Address:
    8123 Chisolm Plantation Road
    Edisto Island, SC 29438

    Contact:
    843-869-1954

    Visit Their Website websitelink

    Location:
    Lowcountry

    Edisto Island Museum
    Local museum interpreting Edisto Island's history of agriculture, an African-American school and nature room
    Edisto Island is known for its natural beauty and a laid-back way of life. But it is also treasured for its rich history of Native Americans, Spanish pirates, English settlers, wealthy cotton planters and military conflicts. The Edisto Island Museum walks you through the history of the island through many artifacts, photographs and displays. There is an Agriculture Room with farm implements, displays from Edisto's oldest Freedman's house and an African-American school, and a Nature Room with fossils and shells found on Edisto's beaches!
    Details

    Other Categories:
    Historic SitesAfrican American Heritage

    More Info moreinfo
    lessinfo Close
    icon-itinerary Add to my itinerary
    icon-itinerary In my itinerary
  • Edisto Island Serpentarium
    More photos:

    Address:
    1374 Highway 174
    Edisto Island, SC 29438

    Contact:
    843-869-1171

    Visit Their Website websitelink

    Location:
    Lowcountry

    Edisto Island Serpentarium
    Educational displays of reptiles around the world and native to SC
    As the first true Serpentarium in South Carolina, this facility is dedicated to the recognition, preservation and study of the world of reptiles. The site provides educational and exciting displays of reptiles from around the world and native to the region.
    Details

    Other Categories:
    Outdoor Adventures

    More Info moreinfo
    lessinfo Close
    icon-itinerary Add to my itinerary
    icon-itinerary In my itinerary
  • Fort Moultrie
    More photos:

    Address:
    1214 Middle Street
    Sullivan's Island, SC 29482

    Contact:
    843-883-3123

    Visit Their Website websitelink

    Location:
    Lowcountry

    Fort Moultrie
    Military Fort used in different ways through the entire span of American seacoast defense from 1776 up to World War II
    Fort Moultrie is the only unit of the National Park System where the entire 171-year history of American seacoast defense (1776-1947) can be traced. Here you can actually watch time rewind as you experience what it was like on Fort Moultrie from World War II all the way back to it's days as a palmetto and log fort in 1776. Tucked in between the pubs and charming shuttered houses on Sullivan's Island, Fort Moultrie offers self-guided tours and museum exhibits on this key part of military history. History Trivia: The palmetto tree has been a symbol of SC since 1776 because the first Fort Moultrie was built of palmetto logs. The battle of Sullivan's Island was the Revolutionary War's first decisive victory of American forces over the British Navy.
    Details

    Other Categories:
    MilitaryHistoric Sites

    More Info moreinfo
    lessinfo Close
    icon-itinerary Add to my itinerary
    icon-itinerary In my itinerary
  • Fort Sumter
    More photos:

    Address:
    340 Concord Street
    Charleston, SC 29401

    Contact:
    843-883-3123

    Visit Their Website websitelink

    Location:
    Lowcountry

    Fort Sumter
    Only available by boat, Fort Sumter is famous for seeing the first shot of the Civil War
    Fort Sumter marks the beginning of the Civil War. Decades of growing strife between North and South erupted on April 12, 1861 when Confederate artillery opened fire on this Federal fort in Charleston Harbor. Fort Sumter surrendered 34 hours later. Union forces would try for nearly four years to take it back. Before you get on the boat to Fort Sumter, you can explore the Visitor Education Center. There are also many artifacts to see at the actual fort, including an original flag. History Trivia: The first death during the Civil War was an accident here at Fort Sumter. As Federal troops surrended to the Confederates, the Union soldiers lowered their flag. A premature discharge during the 100-gun salute caused an explosion that killed Pvt. Daniel Hough of the 1st U.S. Artillery.
    Details

    Other Categories:
    Historic SitesMilitary

    More Info moreinfo
    lessinfo Close
    icon-itinerary Add to my itinerary
    icon-itinerary In my itinerary
  • Geechie Boy Market & Mill
    More photos:

    Address:
    2975 Highway 174
    Edisto Island, SC 29438

    Contact:
    843-209-5220

    Visit Their Website websitelink

    Location:
    Lowcountry

    Geechie Boy Market & Mill

    Local market & u-pick with 1945 grist mill

    Geechie Boy Market and Mill is a certified Roadside Market that features U-Pick or We-Pick the freshest of any produce that it in season. Specialty food items include: coffee, grits, cornmeal, honey, jams, jellies, meat, eggs, cheese, breads, boiled peanuts and fresh cut flowers. For that unique souvenir, bring home stone-ground grits made in front of you by an authentic 1945 mill!


    Details

    Other Categories:
    Where to EatAgricultureWhere to Shop Local

    More Info moreinfo
    lessinfo Close
    icon-itinerary Add to my itinerary
    icon-itinerary In my itinerary
  • Georgetown County Museum
    More photos:

    Address:
    120 Broad Street
    Georgetown, SC 29440

    Contact:
    843-545-7020

    Visit Their Website websitelink

    Location:
    Lowcountry

    Georgetown County Museum

    Local museum depicting history of the 3rd oldest town in South Carolina

    Muskets, marsh and muslin…rice, rivers and revolution. What do these seemingly unrelated subjects have in common? The Georgetown County Museum offers a glimpse into the fascinating connections that intertwine these and many other facets of life that span 300 years of American history lived out in the daily lives of the citizens of Georgetown County. This colonial town has seen it all and this museum keeps the spirit of each era alive with displays and exhibits.


    Details

    Other Categories:
    African American HeritageHistoric SitesMilitary

    More Info moreinfo
    lessinfo Close
    icon-itinerary Add to my itinerary
    icon-itinerary In my itinerary
  • Givhans Ferry State Park
    More photos:

    Address:
    746 Givhans Ferry Road
    Ridgeville, SC 29472

    Contact:
    843-873-0692

    Visit Their Website websitelink

    Location:
    Lowcountry

    Givhans Ferry State Park
    State Park along the Edisto River known for fishing, camping and a part of the Edisto River Kayak & Canoe Trail that begins in Colleton State Park
    Givhans Ferry State Park sits at the end of the 21-mile long stretch of the Edisto River Kayak & Canoe Trail that begins at Colleton State Park. The Edisto is the longest free-flowing blackwater river in North America, and glimpses of it can be seen from the bluffs outside the cabins at Givhans Ferry. Trails, fishing, camping and picnics are also favorite activities here.
    Details

    Other Categories:
    Outdoor AdventuresWhere to Stay

    More Info moreinfo
    lessinfo Close
    icon-itinerary Add to my itinerary
    icon-itinerary In my itinerary
  • Hampton Park
    More photos:

    Address:
    823 Meeting Street
    Charleston, SC 29403

    Contact:
    843-724-7324

    Visit Their Website websitelink

    Location:
    Lowcountry

    Hampton Park
    Park in Charleston that was formerly a horse race track, Civil War prison and more
    Hampton Park is a 56-acre historic park, and the largest located on the peninsula of Charleston. Today you can stop by the park for it's beautiful gardens and aboretum or for the walking trails and audio tour that examines the many layers of history that have shaped this special place. These layers include a 1791 Horse Race Track, an 1864 Civil War Prison, the 1865 site of First Memorial Day event, and the 1901-1902 West Indian Exposition.
    Details

    Other Categories:
    Outdoor AdventuresHistoric SitesMilitary

    More Info moreinfo
    lessinfo Close
    icon-itinerary Add to my itinerary
    icon-itinerary In my itinerary
  • Hampton Plantation State Historic Site
    More photos:

    Address:
    1950 Rutledge Road
    McClellanville, SC 29458

    Contact:
    843-546-9361

    Visit Their Website websitelink

    Location:
    Lowcountry

    Hampton Plantation State Historic Site

    Georgian-style rice plantation mansion has tours and educational programs about African American life on the property

    Located on a former colonial-era rice plantation, Hampton Plantation features a Georgian-style mansion and grounds that serve as an educational tool for the system of slavery that helped build such plantations into the greatest generators of wealth in early American history. Hampton Plantation also tells the story of freed people who made their homes here for generations after the emancipation. Visitors can explore the mansion, the outdoor kitchen building, stroll beneath the huge live oaks or in the camellia gardens, or take in the view of Wambaw Creek and what remains of the rice fields that stood there long ago. History Trivia: Hampton Plantation inspired the works of a SC poet laureate, Archibald Rutledge, who lived here and gave it to the people of SC as a legacy.


    Details

    Other Categories:
    Historic SitesArts & GardensAfrican American HeritageMilitaryPlantations & Homes

    More Info moreinfo
    lessinfo Close
    icon-itinerary Add to my itinerary
    icon-itinerary In my itinerary
  • High Cotton
    More photos:

    Address:
    199 East Bay Street
    Charleston, SC 29401

    Contact:
    843-724-3815

    Visit Their Website websitelink

    Location:
    Lowcountry

    High Cotton
    Restaurant specializing in local ingredients, a wine & cocktail program and southern flair
    High Cotton is a reflection of high steppin' Lowcountry livin': a mix of tasty, local ingredients, an inspired wine and cocktail program, Charleston hospitality and celebratory spirit! Located in historic downtown Charleston, High Cotton is known for it's charming atmosphere and southern fare!
    Details

    Other Categories:
    Where to EatWhere to Shop Local

    More Info moreinfo
    lessinfo Close
    icon-itinerary Add to my itinerary
    icon-itinerary In my itinerary
  • Historic Wire Road
    More photos:

    Address:
    Wire Road
    St. George, SC 29477

    Contact:
    843-563-9091

    Location:
    Lowcountry

    Historic Wire Road

    Historic stretch of road that leads you through historic homes, natural areas and churches

    Wire Road runs through rural South Carolina, and is named for when telegraph lines were strung in the middle 1800's. This historic roadway lies near the Edisto River, the longest free-flowing black-water river in the United States. Wire Road connected Charleston to Columbia and Augusta and has seen many passerbys, including General Marquis de Lafayette, a key figure in the American Revolution. At least one house that he likely passed is still standing.

    Specific sites along Wire Road (beginning on Highway 78 in Ridgeville) include sections oforiginal track from the Charleston to Hamburg railroad (Best Friend Express, the 1st passenger rialroad in the United States), locally owned eateries and general stores, Givhans State Park,  an Edisto Indian community, Four Holes Swamp, The Clayton House (Built in 1854, records suggest it was a stagecoach stop until the early 1900's), Indian Field Swamp (you can spot a milldam at the edge of the trees that powered the saw mill that cut much of the lumber for the houses in the area built before the Civil War), Colleton State Park, the Koger House (Built 1800), Appleby's Methodist Church (Built 1840s),  The McAlhany Nature Preserve and ending in Branchville, the oldest railroad junction in the world.


    Details

    Other Categories:
    The RailroadPlantations & HomesHistoric SitesChurches & Cemeteries

    More Info moreinfo
    lessinfo Close
    icon-itinerary Add to my itinerary
    icon-itinerary In my itinerary
  • Hobcaw Barony
    More photos:

    Address:
    22 Hobcaw Road
    Georgetown, SC 29440

    Contact:
    843-546-4623

    Visit Their Website websitelink

    Location:
    Lowcountry

    Hobcaw Barony
    17,500 acre environmental research reserve located on 11 former plantations and includes an amazingly preserved slave village
    Now a 17,500 acre research reserve, Hobcaw Barony is one of the few undeveloped tracts on the Waccamaw Neck. Bernard Baruch, Wall Street financier and advisor to presidents, purchased the property comprised of 11 former plantations in 1905 for use as a hunting retreat. Belle Baruch eventually bought the property from her father and at her death in 1964 she created a private foundation for college level research. The property is available by guided tours only, where you can choose to explore anything from the amazing wildlife and nature here to the Baruch home, the beautifully preserved Friendfield slave village and many other outlying historic structures. Make sure to start your visit at the Discovery Center that features exhibits on ecology, history and the significant biological research done at Hobcaw.
    Details

    Other Categories:
    Outdoor AdventuresHistoric SitesAfrican American HeritagePlantations & Homes

    More Info moreinfo
    lessinfo Close
    icon-itinerary Add to my itinerary
    icon-itinerary In my itinerary
  • Hopsewee Plantation
    More photos:

    Address:
    494 Hopsewee Road
    Georgetown, SC 29440

    Contact:
    843-546-7891

    Visit Their Website websitelink

    Location:
    Lowcountry

    Hopsewee Plantation
    Birthplace of a signer of the Declaration of Independence, offers tours of the residence, slave dwellings and has a tearoom/restaurant
    Built in 1740 (40 years before the Revolutionary War), Hopsewee has been owned by only five families. The house is still a private residence, but guided tours allow you to explore a typical rice plantation dwelling of the early eighteenth century. Hopsewee is also the birthplace and home of Thomas Lynch, Jr., one of four signers of the Declaration of Independence from SC. Also on the grounds are two slave dwellings, which are remarkably well preserved in order to interpret the lives of the African Americans who lived and worked here. The owners of Hopsewee also operate a tearoom on site, where the pimento cheese biscuits are a best seller. History Trivia: By the time of the Civil War, Georgetown County was the largest producer of rice in the country. Hopsewee alone produced 560,000 pounds on 240 acres in 1850.
    Details

    Other Categories:
    Historic SitesPlantations & HomesWhere to EatWhere to Shop Local

    More Info moreinfo
    lessinfo Close
    icon-itinerary Add to my itinerary
    icon-itinerary In my itinerary
  • Huntington Beach State Park
    More photos:

    Address:
    16148 Ocean Highway
    Murrells Inlet, SC 29576

    Contact:
    843-237-4440

    Visit Their Website websitelink

    Location:
    Lowcountry

    Huntington Beach State Park
    Beach-front park with camping, educational center, birding, swimming and a National Historic Landmark
    Huntington Beach State Park and the adjacent Brookgreen Gardens were originally all one property owned by renowned 20th century sculptor Anna Hyatt Huntington and her husband Archer, a noted scholar on Spanish culture. On the beachfront section of their property, the Huntingtons built Atalaya, now a National Historic Landmark, as their winter home and working studio for Anna. Now you can take a tour of Atalaya or enjoy the famed nature and wildlife of Huntington Beach State Park. Recognized as one of the best birding sites on the East Coast, Huntington Beach State Park is comprised of 2,500 acres that supports a diverse assemblage of flora and fauna. Habitats within the park include sandy beach and dune swale econsystems, intertidal rocky shore (jetty), salt, brackish and freshwater marshes, higher elevation maritime forest communities, hammock island ecosystems and three miles of undeveloped beach. The park has an educational center and offers swimming, fishing, nature programs, a gift shop and camping.
    Details

    Other Categories:
    Outdoor AdventuresHistoric SitesWhere to Stay

    More Info moreinfo
    lessinfo Close
    icon-itinerary Add to my itinerary
    icon-itinerary In my itinerary
  • Irvin House Vineyards & Firefly Vodka Distillery
    More photos:

    Address:
    6775 Bears Bluff Road
    Wadmalaw Island, SC 29487

    Contact:
    843-559-6867

    Visit Their Website websitelink

    Location:
    Lowcountry

    Irvin House Vineyards & Firefly Vodka Distillery
    Tours, tastings and shopping for the muscadine wine and firefly vodka, rum and bourbon
    Wadmalaw Island is a place where you will still find dirt roads, ancient oak trees and fireflies still light up the sky. It is here that you will find Irvin House Vineyards & the Firefly Distillery. Irvin House is the Charleston area's only winery. Take a tour to see how Irvin House produces wine from the native muscadine grapes, or schedule a tasting! The Firefly Distillery is also on site, which makes the world's first hand-crafted sweet tea flavored vodka! You can shop or do tastings at the distillery, which also makes different flavors of vodka, rum & bourbon!
    Details

    Other Categories:
    Where to Shop LocalAgriculture

    More Info moreinfo
    lessinfo Close
    icon-itinerary Add to my itinerary
    icon-itinerary In my itinerary
  • J and G Tours
    More photos:

    Address:

    Charleston, SC

    Contact:
    843-214-6965

    Visit Their Website websitelink

    Location:
    Lowcountry

    J&G Tours

    Walking and bicycling tours centered around history

    Customize your walking and bicycling tours of Historic Charleston or or enjoy the James Island Civil War Tour to take in plantations, the First Shot Memorial, earthworks, Secessionville Battlefield and end your day at the Historic Sol Legare Farmer's Lodge with an encampment of 54th Massachusetts re-enactors, museum visit and a Gullah luncheon. Call today for an unforgettable South Carolina experience!


    Details

    Other Categories:
    Historic Sites

    More Info moreinfo
    lessinfo Close
    icon-itinerary Add to my itinerary
    icon-itinerary In my itinerary
  • Legare Farms
    More photos:

    Address:
    2620 Hanscombe Point Road
    Johns Island, SC 29455

    Contact:
    843-559-0788

    Visit Their Website websitelink

    Location:
    Lowcountry

    Legare Farms
    Family-owned farmstead that raises natural meats, eggs, vegetables and nursery plants
    Rich in tradition and history, Legare Farms is a bustling, 300-acre farm on the banks of the Stono River just 14 miles outside of Charleston. Open by appointment and during special events (the Pumpkin Patch is a favorite!), the farm raises Black Angus and Hereford cattle without the use of antibiotics or hormones and also raises pigs of fine heritage breeds such as Yorkshire, Hampshire, Berkshire and Tamworth. The eggs produced on Legare Farms are free-range and of top quality and the vegetables (free of chemicals and pesticides) are offered to memberships in a successful CSA food co-op program. Legare also grows Zoysia, Bermuda, St. Augustine, and Centipede sod as well as a variety of nursery plants.
    Details

    Other Categories:
    Where to Shop LocalAgriculture

    More Info moreinfo
    lessinfo Close
    icon-itinerary Add to my itinerary
    icon-itinerary In my itinerary
  • Liberty Square Visitor Education Center
    More photos:

    Address:
    340 Concord Street
    Charleston, SC 29401

    Contact:
    843-883-3123

    Visit Their Website websitelink

    Location:
    Lowcountry

    Liberty Square Visitor Education Center
    Departure point for Fort Sumter that features military and African American exhibits
    Liberty Square is a National Park Service site that serves as a departure point to Fort Sumter. It also has amazing exhibits that address antebellum Charleston and the causation of the Civil War.
    Details

    Other Categories:
    Historic SitesMilitary

    More Info moreinfo
    lessinfo Close
    icon-itinerary Add to my itinerary
    icon-itinerary In my itinerary
  • Magnolia Plantation
    More photos:

    Address:
    3550 Ashley River Road
    Charleston, SC 29414

    Contact:
    843-367-3517

    Visit Their Website websitelink

    Location:
    Lowcountry

    Magnolia Plantation
    Former rice plantation known for its romantic gardens, boat rides, petting zoo, house tour and original slave dwellings
    Arriving from Barbados, Thomas Drayton and his wife Ann landed in Charles Towne and established Magnolia Plantation along the Ashley River in 1679. Magnolia saw immense wealth and growth through the cultivation of rice during the Colonial era, and later the British and American troops would occupy its grounds during the American Revolution. In 1825 a direct Drayton descendant inherited Magnolia and created a series of romantic gardens for his wife. The romantic gardens have an emphasis on the natural beauty of the site, creating an informal and almost fairy-tale setting. After the Civil War, the plantation recovered and opened the gardens to the public in 1870, making it America's oldest tourism attraction! Today you can tour the gardens, take a boat ride, learn about the African Americans of Magnolia Plantation through the existing slave dwellings and exhibits, stop by the petting zoo or tour the Drayton family heirlooms inside the homesite.
    Details

    Other Categories:
    Historic SitesArts & GardensAfrican American HeritagePlantations & Homes

    More Info moreinfo
    lessinfo Close
    icon-itinerary Add to my itinerary
    icon-itinerary In my itinerary
  • mcleod plantation historic site
    More photos:

    Address:
    325 Country Club Drive
    Charleston, SC 29412

    Contact:
    843-795-4386

    Visit Their Website websitelink

    Location:
    Lowcountry

    McLeod Plantation Historic Site

    McLeod was established in 1851 as a sea island cotton plantation. Today McLeod is a 37-acre park open to the public and is recognized as a significant historic site most notably for exploring Gullah Geechee culture.

    Visitors are invited to

    • Tour the homes and compare the McLeod family home with those built for enslaved families.
    • Learn about daily life and the relationships among the men, women, and children who lived and worked here before and after slavery.
    • Study the cultivation and importance of sea island cotton.
    • Gain insight into the plantation’s strategic importance during the Civil War and the role of the free black Massachusetts 55th Volunteer Infantry in emancipating enslaved people.
    • Examine the influence of the Freedmen’s Bureau at McLeod Plantation and throughout the South.
    • Trace the emergence of Gullah Culture in the Lowcountry.
    • Explore worship and spirituality in the lives of McLeod Plantation’s residents.
    • Draw parallels between the changing relationships among McLeod Plantation’s residents and in American society during the 20th century.
    • See how people dramatically changed the natural history of the plantation’s landscape through time.

    Details

    Other Categories:
    African American HeritageAgricultureHistoric SitesMilitaryPlantations & Homes

    More Info moreinfo
    lessinfo Close
    icon-itinerary Add to my itinerary
    icon-itinerary In my itinerary
  • Mepkin Abbey
    More photos:

    Address:
    1098 Mepkin Abbey Road
    Moncks Corner, SC 29461

    Contact:
    843-761-8509

    Visit Their Website websitelink

    Location:
    Lowcountry

    Mepkin Abbey
    Trappist monastery on former plantation famous for gourmet mushrooms and breathtaking gardens
    Mepkin Abbey is a Trappist monastery located on a former plantation on the bluffs of the Cooper River. The monastery has been located here since 1949 and offers visitors a free and exceptionally peaceful experience. The gardens are breathtaking, church visits and guided tours are available by appointment, and the gift shop has lots of specialty gifts along with gourmet mushrooms grown on the Abbey's farm. History Trivia: The site of Mepkin Abbey was land previously owned by Henry Laurens, a Congressional Constitutional president who was once help prisoner in the Tower of London and finally released after he was exchanged for the infamous British General, Lord Charles Cornwallis. The plantation was later owned by publisher and philanthropist Henry R. Luce and his wife Clare Booth Luce, who commissioned a famous architect Loutrell Briggs to create the magnificent gardens that still hold their grandeur today.
    Details

    Other Categories:
    Historic SitesChurches & CemeteriesArts & GardensPlantations & Homes

    More Info moreinfo
    lessinfo Close
    icon-itinerary Add to my itinerary
    icon-itinerary In my itinerary
  • Middleton Place Plantation and Gardens
    More photos:

    Address:
    4300 Ashley River Road
    Charleston, SC 29414

    Contact:
    843-556-6020

    Visit Their Website websitelink

    Location:
    Lowcountry

    Middleton Place Plantation and Gardens

    18th century plantation, house museum tour, a stableyard farm experience, African American educational programs and an adjacent Inn and restaurant

    Middleton Place is a carefully preserved 18th century plantation on the banks of the Ashley River that has survived the American Revolution, Civil War, earthquake and hurricanes. It was the residence of Henry Middleton, president of the first Continental Congress and his son, Arthur, a signer of the Declaration of Independence. The National Historic Landmark encompasses America’s oldest landscaped gardens, the Middleton Place House and plantation stableyards. Programs are available to visitors to describe life on a lowcountry plantation as experienced by both master and slave from the Colonial period through 19th Century planter family. The stableyard program focuses on farm animals, historic crafts and agricultural skills. A demonstration rice field of Carolina Gold Rice provides a visual picture of the prominence of this one crop during the 18th and 19th century. For a complete experience, check out the adjacent Middleton Inn and restaurant!


    Details

    Other Categories:
    Where to StayPlantations & HomesHistoric SitesArts & GardensAfrican American Heritage

    More Info moreinfo
    lessinfo Close
    icon-itinerary Add to my itinerary
    icon-itinerary In my itinerary
  • Moncks Corner Train Depot
    More photos:

    Address:
    100 Behrman Street
    Moncks Corner, SC 29461

    Contact:
    843-899-4708

    Visit Their Website websitelink

    Location:
    Lowcountry

    Moncks Corner Train Depot

    Visitors center and gift shop in historic railroad depot

    Moncks Corner grew up around a railroad intersection and depot in the 1860s. The depot provided the local farmers and lumbermen a way to get their products to market and for homeowners and businesses to receive mail and supplies. After WWII, rail travel and freight shipping declined with an improved highway system. Trains stopped using the depot as a stop in 1975. Fortunately, Moncks Corner kept this important part of railroad and local history by renovating it and evolving it into the town's Visitor and Culture Center and gift shop. It is also a favorite place to hold events.


    Details

    Other Categories:
    The RailroadHistoric Sites

    More Info moreinfo
    lessinfo Close
    icon-itinerary Add to my itinerary
    icon-itinerary In my itinerary
  • Morse Park Landing
    More photos:

    Address:
    US 17 Business
    Murrells Inlet, SC 29576

    Contact:

    Visit Their Website websitelink

    Location:
    Lowcountry

    Morse Park Landing

    Public boat launch, crabbing dock in the Seafood Capital of SC

    Located in Murrells Inlet, the Seafood Capital of South Carolina, Morse Park Landing serves as a public boat launch, crabbing dock, wild-life viewing area and picnic spot. From here you can see ocean jetties, Drunken Jack Island and Huntington Beach State Park. History Trivia: Morse Park Landing is located on the site of Morse's Oyster Roast, one of Murrells Inlet's first oyster-shucking restaurants.


    Details

    Other Categories:
    Outdoor AdventuresHistoric Sites

    More Info moreinfo
    lessinfo Close
    icon-itinerary Add to my itinerary
    icon-itinerary In my itinerary
  • Nature Adventure Outfitters

    Address:
    1 Shrimp Boat Lane
    Mount Pleasant, SC 29464

    Contact:
    843-568-3222

    Visit Their Website websitelink

    Location:
    Lowcountry

    Nature Adventures Outfitters

    Charleston's oldest naturalist guide service offering paddling, hiking, birding and wildlife eco-boat tours in the Francis Marion National Forest, Cape Romain, Santee and ACE Basin National Wildlife Refuges, and the Charleston Harbor.

    Tours are offered in Protected Wilderness Areas offering an abundance of wildlife sightings including dolphins, alligators, neo-tropical songbirds and more. Led by professional, university degreed Master Naturalist Guides, pro-birders and full time wildlife and marine biologists. Nature Adventures Outfitters also offers wilderness camping trips, overnight expeditions to remote barrier islands and swamps, along with womens and couples retreats to all of South Carolinas incredible great outdoor destinations. They are also a "Recommended Area Outfitter" by National Geographic Adventure and "Outstanding Guide Services" by Canoe and Kayak Magazine. 


    Details

    Other Categories:
    Outdoor Adventures

    More Info moreinfo
    lessinfo Close
    icon-itinerary Add to my itinerary
    icon-itinerary In my itinerary
  • North Charleston and American LaFrance Fire Museum and Educational Center
    More photos:

    Address:
    4975 Centre Pointe Drive
    North Charleston, SC 29418

    Contact:
    843-740-5550

    Visit Their Website websitelink

    Location:
    Lowcountry

    North Charleston and American LaFrance Fire Museum and Educational Center
    Interactive displays on the life of a firefighter and historic equipment
    The tours here give you a glimpse into the life of a firefighter and the changes and advancements that have occurred in fire fighting throughout time. Fire vehicles and antique fire equipment that dates back to the 1700s fill the space with interactive displays and hands on activities. There is also a visitor information desk on site, which makes the site fun AND convenient!
    Details

    Other Categories:
    Historic Sites

    More Info moreinfo
    lessinfo Close
    icon-itinerary Add to my itinerary
    icon-itinerary In my itinerary
  • North Charleston Cultural Arts
    More photos:

    Address:
    City Hall, 2500 City Hall Lane
    North Charleston, SC 29406

    Contact:
    843-740-5854

    Visit Their Website websitelink

    Location:
    Lowcountry

    North Charleston Cultural Arts

    North Charleston supports the arts through a city gallery, monthly exhibitions, an annual National Outdoor Scultpture Exhibition, a public art collection and the annual North Charleston Arts Festival!

    Visit the north Charleston City Gallery, located within the Charleston Area Convention Center, and view monthly exhibitions of 2-D work by international, national and local artists in a variety of subjects and mediums. Stop by the North Charleston Riverfront Park and enjoy the annual National Outdoor Scuulpture Exhibition on display from May-March. North Charleston City Hall doubles as a showcase for their public art collection, displaying over 60 pieces in the artrium areas throughout three floors of the building. The arts are also celebrated throughout the city each May during the North Charleston Arts Festival!


    Details

    Other Categories:
    Arts & Gardens

    More Info moreinfo
    lessinfo Close
    icon-itinerary Add to my itinerary
    icon-itinerary In my itinerary
  • Old Santee Canal Park
    More photos:

    Address:
    900 Stony Landing Road
    Moncks Corner, SC 29461

    Contact:
    843-899-5200

    Visit Their Website websitelink

    Location:
    Lowcountry

    Old Santee Canal Park
    Interpretive center on former plantation and site of first American canal
    Old Santee Canal is a 195-acre park located on the site of the first true canal in America. It is also a part of the former Stony Landing Plantation, an important site for trade and transportation since the colonial times. The park offers tours of the 19th century plantation house, four miles of trails and an impressive 11,000 square foot interpretive center that showcases cultural and natural history exhibits, an interactive computer, live snake exhibits and more!
    Details

    Other Categories:
    Outdoor AdventuresHistoric Sites

    More Info moreinfo
    lessinfo Close
    icon-itinerary Add to my itinerary
    icon-itinerary In my itinerary
  • Old St. Andrew's Parish Church
    More photos:

    Address:
    2604 Ashley River Road
    Charleston, SC 29414

    Contact:
    843-766-1541

    Visit Their Website websitelink

    Location:
    Lowcountry

    Old St. Andrew's Parish Church
    The oldest surviving church building in the Carolinas with original features and 1700s cemetery
    Created by the Church Act of 1706, St. Andrew's Parish Church is the oldest surviving church building in the Carolinas. The church has withstood over 300 years this church of wars and natural disasters, and except for a period of 60 years after the Civil War, it has housed an active parish church family. Many features of the church are original including the flooring, reredos, reading desks, pews and baptismal front. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, Old St. Andrew's is situated on 11 acres and includes a graveyard dating to the early 1700's. History Trivia: John Grimke Drayton, who created the gardens at Magnolia Plantation, was rector here for a time.
    Details

    Other Categories:
    Historic SitesChurches & Cemeteries

    More Info moreinfo
    lessinfo Close
    icon-itinerary Add to my itinerary
    icon-itinerary In my itinerary
  • Old Village Post House
    More photos:

    Address:
    101 Pitt Street
    Mt. Pleasant, SC 29464

    Contact:
    843-388-8935

    Visit Their Website websitelink

    Location:
    Lowcountry

    Old Village Post House
    An elegant inn and restaurant located in historic fishing village
    Old Village Post House is a neighborhood gem in the heart of the quaint historic fishing village of Mount Pleasant. You can drop in for a meal, a drink or even an overnight stay in one of their six elegant rooms. Either way you are in for some warm southern hospitality!
    Details

    Other Categories:
    Where to EatWhere to StayHistoric Sites

    More Info moreinfo
    lessinfo Close
    icon-itinerary Add to my itinerary
    icon-itinerary In my itinerary
  • Patriots Point
    More photos:

    Address:
    40 Patriot\'s Point Road
    Mt. Pleasant, SC 29464

    Contact:
    843-884-2727

    Visit Their Website websitelink

    Location:
    Lowcountry

    Patriot's Point

    Floating naval and maritime museum on Charleston Harbor

    Patriots Point is a floating naval and maritime museum on the Charleston Harbor. The center piece is the World War II aircraft carrier, the USS YORKTOWN. Walk through the history of our nation's bravest men and women and learn their stories in educational and engaging ways through the Cold War Memorial, the only Vietnam Support Base Camp in the United States and the official Medal of Honor Museum. This is a favorite place for children's groups, especially since the YORKTOWN has one of the largest educational and overnight camping programs in the nation!


    Details

    Other Categories:
    MilitaryHistoric Sites

    More Info moreinfo
    lessinfo Close
    icon-itinerary Add to my itinerary
    icon-itinerary In my itinerary
  • Pon Pon Chapel of Ease
    More photos:

    Address:
    SC 64
    Jacksonboro, SC 29474

    Contact:
    843-549-9633

    Visit Their Website websitelink

    Location:
    Lowcountry

    Pon Pon Chapel of Ease

    Façade of historic church destroyed by fire, once located on an old stage coach road

    According to the SC Department of Archives & History, Pon Pon was established in 1725 by an Act of the General Assembly, Pon Pon Chapel of Ease was one of two churches serving St. Bartholomew’s Parish after the Yemassee War (1715) aborted plans for a parish church. The chapel site was located on Parker’s Ferry Road, the busy stagecoach thoroughfare that connected Charleston and Savannah. In 1754, a brick chapel was erected to replace the earlier wooden structure. This brick chapel burned around 1801, causing Pon Pon Chapel to become subsequently known as the Burnt Church. The chapel was rebuilt between 1819 and 1822, and was in use until 1832 when it was again reduced to ruins. The chapel’s historical significance is due in part to Rev. John Wesley preaching two sermons here on April 24, 1737 and for its burial ground that contains the remains of Congressmen Aedanus Burke and O’Brien Smith, in addition to numerous local leaders. 


    Details

    Other Categories:
    Historic SitesChurches & Cemeteries

    More Info moreinfo
    lessinfo Close
    icon-itinerary Add to my itinerary
    icon-itinerary In my itinerary
  • Price House Cottage B&B
    More photos:

    Address:
    224 Sumter Avenue
    Summerville, SC 29483

    Contact:
    843-871-1877

    Visit Their Website websitelink

    Location:
    Lowcountry

    Price House Cottage B&B
    200 year old cottage restored to B&B in historic downtown Summerville
    Located in historic Summerville and conveniently close to Charleston, Price House Cottage B&B offers luxury and uniquely private surrounds in an almost 200 year old servants quarters that have been restored to exacting detail. The cottage has its own private paved driveway with off-street parking, a brick patio and a sunken hot tub. You can venture into the 1812 Main House for weekend gourmet breakfasts.
    Details

    Other Categories:
    Where to StayHistoric Sites

    More Info moreinfo
    lessinfo Close
    icon-itinerary Add to my itinerary
    icon-itinerary In my itinerary
  • River Room
    More photos:

    Address:
    801 Front Street
    Georgetown, SC 29440

    Contact:
    843-527-4110

    Visit Their Website websitelink

    Location:
    Lowcountry

    River Room Restaurant

    Waterfront dining since 1984 in historic downtown Georgetown, features local seafood on the menu

    River Room Restaurant has been offering casual Southern coastal dining at its finest since 1984. Plenty of parking is available on Front Street, and the gorgeous historic district beckons for before or after dinner strolls. You can even arrive by boat and use the spacious public dock!

    The building's history is evident throughout and is enhanced with tasteful nostalgic decor. The dining room extends 50 feet into the Sampit River; its panoramic windows offer expansive harbor views. Make sure you check out the nautical and turn-of-the-century antiques on display, or the wine collection located in the intimate bar. The giant reef aquarium filled with colorful sea life is a favorite for children, too!


    Details

    Other Categories:
    Where to Eat

    More Info moreinfo
    lessinfo Close
    icon-itinerary Add to my itinerary
    icon-itinerary In my itinerary
  • Maritime Museum
    More photos:

    Address:
    729 Front Street
    Georgetown, SC 29440

    Contact:
    843-520-0111

    Visit Their Website websitelink

    Location:
    Lowcountry

    SC Maritime Museum

    The only museum in the state with the sole mission of exploring South Carolina's maritime history

    Much of South Carolina history can be defined by its attachment to and love of the sea. There are countless stories connecting commerce, military, recreation, education and how ships and their crews and builders played a role. The SC Maritime Museum aims to tell these stories to visitors through various exhibits. The museum also hosts two popular events each year, The Burning of the Socks each Spring and the Wooden Boat Show each Fall.


    Details

    Other Categories:
    MilitaryHistoric SitesArts & GardensAgricultureAfrican American Heritage

    More Info moreinfo
    lessinfo Close
    icon-itinerary Add to my itinerary
    icon-itinerary In my itinerary
  • Sewee Visitors Center
    More photos:

    Address:
    5821 Highway 17 North
    Awendaw, SC 29429

    Contact:
    843-928-3368

    Visit Their Website websitelink

    Location:
    Lowcountry

    Sewee Visitor Center
    Environmental education center showcasing ecosystems of Cape Romain National Wildlife Refuge and the Francis Marion National Forest
    The Sewee Visitor and Environmental Education Center is operated by both the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and the U.S. Forest Service to showcase the ecosystems of the Cape Romain National Wildlife Refuge and the Francis Marion National Forest. The center has nature exhibits, a live endangered red wolf viewing area, a classroom and laboratory and a nature trail.
    Details

    Other Categories:
    Outdoor AdventuresHistoric Sites

    More Info moreinfo
    lessinfo Close
    icon-itinerary Add to my itinerary
    icon-itinerary In my itinerary
  • Slightly North of Broad
    More photos:

    Address:
    192 East Bay Street
    Charleston, SC 29401

    Contact:
    843-723-3424

    Visit Their Website websitelink

    Location:
    Lowcountry

    Slightly North of Broad
    Electic Lowcountry bistro
    An eclectic Lowcountry bistro brimming with contagious energy, devoted to local ingredients and thoughtful presentation. Here the dining room is a natural extension of the kitchen, a place where culinary skill, warm service and conversations meld together. It is a place that wraps up the charm of Charleston and puts it on a plate!
    Details

    Other Categories:
    Where to Eat

    More Info moreinfo
    lessinfo Close
    icon-itinerary Add to my itinerary
    icon-itinerary In my itinerary
  • South Carolina Aquarium
    More photos:

    Address:
    100 Aquarium Wharf
    Charleston, SC 29401

    Contact:
    843-720-1990

    Visit Their Website websitelink

    Location:
    Lowcountry

    South Carolina Aquarium
    Aquarium displays, daily programs, behind-the-scenes tour and sea turtle hospital
    The South Carolina Aquarium is one of the top experiences in Charleston! Find out why and by checking out some of their activities such as a 4-D movie theater, daily programs, behind the scenes tours, a visit with an albino alligator, or a visit to the Sea Turtle hospital! There is always something new at the aquarium, so make sure you visit their website to plan your day!
    Details

    Other Categories:
    Outdoor Adventures

    More Info moreinfo
    lessinfo Close
    icon-itinerary Add to my itinerary
    icon-itinerary In my itinerary
  • South Caorlina Artisans Center
    More photos:

    Address:
    318 Wichman Street
    Walterboro, SC 29488

    Contact:
    843-549-0011

    Visit Their Website websitelink

    Location:
    Lowcountry

    South Carolina Artisans Center
    Gift shop featuring work from over 250 juried SC artists
    The South Carolina Artisans Center is home to the state’s most talented artists and artisans. Whether the medium is clay, metal, glass, wood, fiber or film, more than 250 juried artists guarantee work of exceptional quality. Here you'll definitely find South Carolina’s most unique garden sculptures, loomed shawls, hand-made jewelry, photography and sweet grass baskets to name just a few!
    Details

    Other Categories:
    Arts & Gardens

    More Info moreinfo
    lessinfo Close
    icon-itinerary Add to my itinerary
    icon-itinerary In my itinerary
  • Spencer Art Galleries
    More photos:

    Address:
    55 Broad Street
    Charleston, SC 29401

    Contact:
    843-722-6854

    Visit Their Website websitelink

    Location:
    Lowcountry

    Spencer Art Galleries
    Charleston art gallery with work from over 30 artists
    Located in the heart of the French District of Charleston, Spencer Art Galleries are perfect for both serious and beginning collectors and also for anyone who enjoys a beautiful work of art! The gallery houses over 30 Artists-Masters, Mid-Career and Emerging Artists.
    Details

    Other Categories:
    Arts & GardensWhere to Shop Local

    More Info moreinfo
    lessinfo Close
    icon-itinerary Add to my itinerary
    icon-itinerary In my itinerary
  • Sweetgrass Cultural Arts Pavilion
    More photos:

    Address:
    99 Harry M. Hallman, Jr. Boulevard
    Mt. Pleasant, SC 29464

    Contact:
    843-849-9172

    Visit Their Website websitelink

    Location:
    Lowcountry

    Sweetgrass Cultural Arts Pavilion
    History, culture and art of sweetgrass basketmaking
    The Sweetgrass Cultural Arts Pavillion, located in the Town of Mt. Pleasant's Memorial Waterfront Park, is a permanent structure dedicated to showcasing the history, culture and art of sweetgrass basketmaking. Browse the exhibits and visit with local basketmakers. The pavilion is also the site of several events including the annual Sweetgrass Cultural Arts Festival. The Mount Pleasant Visitors Center and waterfront playground is located beside the pavillion, which makes it a great stop for everyone!
    Details

    Other Categories:
    Historic SitesAfrican American HeritageArts & Gardens

    More Info moreinfo
    lessinfo Close
    icon-itinerary Add to my itinerary
    icon-itinerary In my itinerary
  • Birds of Prey
    More photos:

    Address:
    4872 Seewee Road
    Awendaw, SC 29429

    Contact:
    843-971-7474

    Visit Their Website websitelink

    Location:
    Lowcountry

    The Center for Birds of Prey

    Birding educational center, offers tours and demonstrations of birds in free flight

    Ideally situated on a 152-acre campus near Charleston, the Center for Birds of Prey is dedicated to the study and welfare of birds and their habitats and to engaging the public in important environmental issues that affect birds and humans alike. With nearly 50 species of birds of prey on display, the Center offers educational guided walking tours and demonstrations with birds in free flight on Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays.


    Details

    Other Categories:
    Outdoor Adventures

    More Info moreinfo
    lessinfo Close
    icon-itinerary Add to my itinerary
    icon-itinerary In my itinerary
  • The Kaminski House Museum
    More photos:

    Address:
    1003 Front St.
    Georgetown, SC 29440

    Contact:
    843-546-7706

    Visit Their Website websitelink

    Location:
    Lowcountry

    The Kaminski House Museum

    1769 waterfront home tours and gift shop

    Located in the heart of Georgetown’s Historic District, the Kaminski House was built about 1769, and contains an outstanding collection of American and English furniture and decorative arts from the 18th and 19th centuries. Featured are several interesting examples of Charleston cabinetmaking of the 1800s. Open to the public since 1973, the Kaminski House Museum is a teaching tool for presenting history. From the promise of the colonial period to the difficulties of Civil War and Reconstruction to the current day, the site serves as a backdrop to the growth and changes in Georgetown and the surrounding areas. There's also Julia's Past & Presents Museum Shop that carries tons of unique local items from sweetgrass baskets to jewelry!


    Details

    Other Categories:
    Where to Shop LocalPlantations & HomesHistoric Sites

    More Info moreinfo
    lessinfo Close
    icon-itinerary Add to my itinerary
    icon-itinerary In my itinerary
  • The Klauber Building and Tri-County Chamber of Commerce
    More photos:

    Address:
    225 Parler Avenue
    St. George, SC 29477

    Contact:
    843-556-6020

    Visit Their Website websitelink

    Location:
    Lowcountry

    The Klauber Building and Tri-County Chamber of Commerce
    Visitor information in historic store
    The Town of Saint George was named for its first settler, James George, who opened a store in 1810 and donated property to South Carolina Railroad Company to build a station. The railroad track connecting Charleston to Augusta was completed in 1833, giving the community the impetus to grow. In 1850, James George built a home, which still stands today. The home faces the tracks, where James George could watch the trains that passed many times a day. He is buried in his backyard, which is now on the property of Memorial Baptist Church. The town was incorporated in 1878 under the name of “George’s Station.” The historic Klauber Building in present day St. George now houses a Tri-County Regional Chamber of Commerce and can point visitors to the many historic places and unique eateries nearby.
    Details

    Other Categories:
    Historic Sites

    More Info moreinfo
    lessinfo Close
    icon-itinerary Add to my itinerary
    icon-itinerary In my itinerary
  • The Olde Village
    More photos:

    Address:
    4951 Rivers Avenue
    North Charleston, SC 29406

    Contact:
    843-740-5854

    Visit Their Website websitelink

    Location:
    Lowcountry

    The Olde Village
    Historic public streetscape with shops
    The Olde Village in North Charleston is incredibly charming as well as rich in history. There are wonderful eateries to enjoy and a variety of quaint shops to explore as one strolls down the streetscape. The City of North Charleston was formed in 1972 and today the area captures the historic atmosphere of the past, while establishing new businesses, eateries and shops for the public to enjoy.
    Details

    Other Categories:
    Historic Sites

    More Info moreinfo
    lessinfo Close
    icon-itinerary Add to my itinerary
    icon-itinerary In my itinerary
  • The Rice Museum
    More photos:

    Address:
    633 Front Street
    Georgetown, SC 29440

    Contact:
    843-546-7423

    Visit Their Website websitelink

    Location:
    Lowcountry

    The Rice Museum
    Explores history of local rice cultivation, colonial ship and an adjacent art gallery shop
    The Rice Museum offers a 60-minute guided tour through the Old Market Building and Kaminski Hardware buildings. The tour tells the story of the rice culture in Georgetown County, one of the most colorful chapters in American History. Through maps, dioramas, artifacts, videos, and other exhibits, visitors learn about a society based on one agricultural crop. The tour includes the Browns Ferry Vessel, which dates to the early 1700s. It is the oldest vessel of colonial manufacture in the United States and is on the National Register of Historic places. Also included is a video presentation of “The Garden of Gold,” a history of rice culture in Georgetown County, exhibits on the Kaminski Hardware Company, Gullah history, Miss Ruby Forsythe (one of South Carolina’s great educators), and Joseph Hayne Rainey, the first African American elected to the United States Congress. The museum includes a gift shop and the Prevost Gallery, which features rotating exhibits of art and history.
    Details

    Other Categories:
    Historic SitesAgriculture

    More Info moreinfo
    lessinfo Close
    icon-itinerary Add to my itinerary
    icon-itinerary In my itinerary
  • Timrod Library
    More photos:

    Address:
    217 Central Avenue
    Summerville, SC 29483

    Contact:
    843-871-4600

    Visit Their Website websitelink

    Location:
    Lowcountry

    Timrod Library

    The Timrod is one of only two membership libraries still existing in South Carolina. 

    It began in 1897, when a group of young Summerville women formed a Chautauqua Reading Circle. The women donated the books from their reading circle to be the nucleus of a membership library chartered April 23, 1908. Within seven years their library had a permanent home.

    On land donated by the town of Summerville, Jim Cooper, a local contractor, erected the building on Central Avenue. The Timrod, the only library building in Summerville at the time, opened on April 15, 1915 and continues to serve the Summerville community to this day.

    The building is located in the historic district of Summerville, which is now listed on the National Register of Historic Places. When the library was chartered, the founding group renamed the reading circle the Henry Timrod Literary and Library Society honoring the South Carolina poet who, according to unconfirmed local tradition, taught here in the years before the Civil War. Because of the profound impression his wartime poetry made on civilians and soldiers alike, Henry Timrod became known as the Laureate of the Confederacy.

    Today the Timrod Library houses a collection numbering in excess of 50,000 volumes including best sellers, reference materials, audio and video tapes, and a large number of South Carolina titles. The juvenile section contains Newbery and Caldecott Award titles as well as recent South Carolina Book Award nominees and winners. New titles are added regularly.


    Details

    Other Categories:
    Historic Sites

    More Info moreinfo
    lessinfo Close
    icon-itinerary Add to my itinerary
    icon-itinerary In my itinerary
  • tuskegeeAirman.jpg
    More photos:

    Address:
    218 North Lemacks Street
    Walterboro, SC 29488

    Contact:
    843-549-2549

    Visit Their Website websitelink

    Location:
    Lowcountry

    Tuskegee Airmen Monument and Airfield

    WWII air combat training facility, POW camp, training site of Tuskegee Airmen

    Walterboro Army Air Field was established in 1942 as a sub-base of Columbia Army Air Field. It was a part of the overall network of army air corps training facilities that sprang up across the U.S. during WWII. The base provided advanced air combat training to fighter and bomber groups, hosted the largest camouflage school in the U.S. as well as a 250 person POW camp. In 1944, the air field changed commands and became an advanced combat training base for individual fighters, primarily the black trainees graduating from Tuskegee Army Air Field in Tuskegee, Ala. Over 500 of the famed Tuskegee Airmen trained at Walterboro Army Air Field between 1944 and 1945 including individuals training as replacement pilots for the 332nd Fighter Squadron and the entire 447th Bombardment Group. Racial tension between white soldiers, black pilots and German POWs was rampant throughout the base and nearby town resulting in several racial incidents. The base closed in 1945 and returned to its origins as a local airfield. Most of the original structures have disappeared from the landscape but the airfield is still remembered through crumbling foundations in the woods, the memories of many local residents and the Walterboro Army Air Field Memorial Park and Tuskegee Memorial at the current site of the Lowcountry Regional Airport.


    Details

    Other Categories:
    Historic SitesAfrican American Heritage

    More Info moreinfo
    lessinfo Close
    icon-itinerary Add to my itinerary
    icon-itinerary In my itinerary
  • Walterboro Welcome Center
    More photos:

    Address:
    1273 Sniders Highway
    Walterboro, SC 29488

    Contact:
    843-538-4353

    Visit Their Website websitelink

    Location:
    Lowcountry

    Walterboro Welcome Center

    Visitor information for historic Walterboro, incorporated in 1826

    This welcome center will be proud to introduce you to Walterboro. Here you can stroll through the streets of this former summer community for local rice plantation owners. Officially incorporated in 1826, Walterboro today is a mix of the past and present. There's charming boutique shops, dining and a museum and farmers market downtown. There's also historic houses, churches and rarities like the doll museum and the SC Artisan's Center. The town is remarkably walkable, so stop by the Welcome Center to get you started!


    Details

    Other Categories:
    Historic Sites

    More Info moreinfo
    lessinfo Close
    icon-itinerary Add to my itinerary
    icon-itinerary In my itinerary