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Would the walkable city of rooftop bars and bourbon tasting be as incredible when you have kids along for the ride? Watching them instantly fall in love with Charleston was one of my favorite things to happen last year. The most popular and seasonal times to visit are the spring and fall, when you get the full experience of the beauty of the gardens and windowboxes with less of a chance of it being sweltering. You will pay dearly to stay in the actual historic district, with prices falling the further out you get.

If budgets are tight, consider hotels across the bridge that offer transportation to the downtown area. Hampton Inn- Charleston Historic District. Plus King Street is just steps away, offering some of the best eating and shopping the city has to offer. The rooms are a little outdated but clean. They gave my kids teddy bears upon check-in and offered cookies and a free breakfast. This is a great hotel for mid-range budgets or traveling with kids. MomHack The staff is extremely friendly and welcoming, too.

Charleston is an eating and drinking city. The food is so spectacular, the list of where NOT to eat would be shorter then the list of where to eat, quite frankly. I prefer any of the following tried and true Charleston eats:. The setting is quaint and the food farm-to-table and delicious.

The food here is incredible. Get the truffle fries and whatever else tickles your fancy and buckle up for a wonderful meal! This was one of the highlights of my last trip.

Billy Hall personally welcomes guests at the door, and sometimes sends over apertifs for special occasions. The gospel music will fill your soul and the food will fill your belly. Just do this one, trust me! Stars Grill and Rooftop: You can eat dinner here and then head up to the rooftop for drinks, or skip the food and enjoy the atmosphere upstairs!

With many unique flavors of ice cream, it was hard to choose just one! PawPaw gets great reviews and kindly accommodated our large party which included 6 kids and two spilled drinks without blinking an eye. As you can see, this happy crew enjoyed it and the wait staff were especially awesome. My meal that consisted of mostly veggies was loaded with cheese and cream. The courtyard has a wonderful atmosphere and this was the first place I ever tried shrimp and grits 15 years ago!

Go for the She Crab soup, it does not disappoint. If you love raw food, put this one on your list and expect a meal that is worth the wait. Expect okra, black eyed peas, cornbread, fried chicken, and other southern staples. Not that I would know anything about that. With that in mind, The Rooftop at the Vendue and Stars are two top rooftop spots to enjoy. Prohibition serves dinner but turns into a nightclub vibe if you stay afterwards.

Cypress had amazing lavender martinis but they have since closed; hopefully whatever opens in that space will continue the tradition. Charleston is a city that runs on alcohol, so pretty much anywhere you go will have craft cocktails, beer, and top shelf whisky, bourbon, and scotch if you care to enjoy it. Take a walk out and watch for dolphins in the water! The dungeon, believe it or not, is gorgeous with its brick arches. You can also see a section of the original wall that surrounded the city they uncovered during excavations.

Great history lesson on this little tour! Turn left out of the Old Exchange, and keep walking down East Bay. We sat and watched our kids make new friends and invent games under the shade of the live oak and my heart about burst wide open.

This is always worth a visit, you can just imagine the ships in the harbor and the grand ladies on the porticos hundreds of years ago. From here, you can make your way up any of the stunning side streets.

Wonder and marvel at the gates, gardens, and architecture! The City Market is a 4-block market filled with gifts, authentic southern crafts, and more.

We sipped lemonade as we made our way through the market and some of the same stands have been there since I first visited 20 years ago!

This is where you will find the stunning seagrass baskets being woven and sold. One way to see the sights without walking is to take a carriage ride. I found Old South Carriage Company to be responsible when it came to the care of its horses. I realize opinions will vary here, but the horses were well taken care of, happy, and treated fairly. Charleston only allows a certain number of carriages on the streets at one time and has divided the city into three zones to reduce traffic issues.

A ticket to Ft. Sumpter includes a ferry ride to the island and some time there to explore the grounds and museums. We found it well worth it to make the trip out, the kids loved being on the boat and exploring history firsthand. They finished seeing everything a little before the boat was scheduled to depart so they enjoyed exploring the beach and looking for treasures. Aquarium and Kids Museum: If you enjoy shopping, Charleston is your city! King Street is filled for miles with exclusive boutiques, retail chains such as Lily Pulitzer and Kate Spade, art galleries, photography galleries make sure you visit Ben Ham Galleries to see stunning large-scale photos of local landscapes , antiques, shoes, and home decor.

Magnolia Plantation and Middleton Place are large enough to spend almost the entire day immersed in exploring gardens, history, and the mansions. Sullivans Island and Isle of Palms are popular places to slow down the pace a bit and enjoy the beach and southern hospitality. Firefly Distillery on nearby Wadmalaw Island has tours and tastings. There is a small petting zoo but the distillery is not open to kids, so plan to switch off with another adult if you would like to bring them.

Beautiful scenery and low-key environment. The Citadel Dress Parade is impressive and worth a visit if you happen to be there on a Friday afternoon. Check the schedule as it varies throughout the year. Walking- by far my favorite way to get around the city.

Keep in mind that the sidewalks are uneven and sometimes contain bricks and cobblestones so comfy shoes are a must. This is a handy way to get from hotels outside the historic district to the downtown attractions.

The downside is sometimes it takes 15 minutes to catch the next one, and they get crowded. This is a great FREE option if traveling with tired kiddos, though. Pedi-cabs are another way to get around, and you can often find them around the city market area. Believe it or not, this is the question I get asked the most! Plan to sightsee all day with kids, go super comfy!

Want to shop up and down King St? Dress up a little to make it extra fun as you pop into the high-end shops. This was as fancy as we got, and it was great. The streets and sidewalks can be uneven and often consist of bricks and cobblestones. This mom of two and wife to one loves to share freshly squeezed ideas for home and family. Join the adventure as we learn most lemons can indeed become lemonade-- with generous amounts of sweetness, perspective, and love.

You are going to L-O-V-E it! Have an amazing time. Enjoyed this tour and pinning it under travel. We have given for gifts, etc. We can recommend highly. Been a regular for us 20 plus years. This guide perfectly sums up so many of my Charleston favorites while introducing some fresh, new ideas!

I also love how it works for a variety of visitors and those with or without little ones. It really is the perfect destination for almost any type of get-away, whether with kids or your best friends! Love Charleston, but now I need to go back to see all the new places you talked about! Thank you so much for sharing your knowledge of C, SC. Can hardly wait to make the trip.

As a retiree, I have all the time in the world! Thanks for your wonderful reviews! Your email address will not be published. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed. Where to Eat in Charleston Charleston is an eating and drinking city. I prefer any of the following tried and true Charleston eats:

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A former 18th-century warehouse turned trendy hotel , the property maintained many of the original features, including wood beams and historic Charleston brick. The Vendue even has a buzzy multi-tiered rooftop bar with an ample drinks menu. Families flock to this eight-acre park for the wide bench swings and excellent views of sailboats cruising by.

This tree-lined strip South of Broad is home to a petite fromagerie inside one of the year-old buildings. Cow even has limited lunchtime baguette sandwiches for visitors on-the-go. Melanie Lieberman July 14, The Top 15 Cities in the United States Waterfront parks and quiet beaches are as abundant as antique shops — as are world-class hotels, restaurants serving upscale Lowcountry fare, and historic landmarks and museums.

Spectator Hotel Every guest at this glam, s-inspired hotel is assigned a personal butler. Brittlebank Park With an off-leash dog park, paved running and cycling paths, and twin piers for fishing, Brittlebank is a popular destination for outdoor recreation. Horse-drawn Carriage Rides Many travelers opt to explore historic Charleston by way of horse-drawn carriages. Husk Local star chef Sean Brock serves contemporary Southern fare inside this 19th-century estate like bacon-corn bread with pork butter.

Broad Street This popular shopping street is home to a number of independent cafes and boutiques, and is best known for tis picturesque storefronts. Zero George Street A cluster of historic buildings with meticulous courtyards is now a refined hote l for the most discerning travelers. McLeod Plantation A carefully preserved historic site with beautifully preserved grounds, visitors can learn about daily life for its inhabitants — both enslaved and free — during the s. The Vendue A former 18th-century warehouse turned trendy hotel , the property maintained many of the original features, including wood beams and historic Charleston brick.

Rooftop at the Vendue The Vendue even has a buzzy multi-tiered rooftop bar with an ample drinks menu. Waterfront Park Families flock to this eight-acre park for the wide bench swings and excellent views of sailboats cruising by. Queen Street This tree-lined strip South of Broad is home to a petite fromagerie inside one of the year-old buildings. Sign Up for our Newsletter Receive exclusive travel deals, insider tips, inspiration, breaking news updates, and more.

Is Charleston and outdoorsy community? Thanks for your help. Originally Posted by KingSpring A lot of sun, temperate: Yes, lots of all the things you listed.. Give it to get it.. With Six colleges in the area I would say yes Yes, there was actually a thread about a man drought. I was and hated ever leaving it so I came back again And that was around the College of Charleston area. Wish I went to college here Creepy old man aside, I think this is a great place for a something for tons of reasons.

The options for culture, education, real estate, and experience are vast. Even the something afterlife is ripe with opportunities. I really cannot believe how much is packed into one city of such a size.

That has to say something about an area. And I have friends in NYC I retrospectively wish I explored more for grad and undergrad school. If CofC or really anywhere in Charleston had a fitting program, it would be my top choice in an instant. The people and location are wonderful.

Just stalk the posts in this forum and you'll realize quick example: Feel free to post and ask questions around here, even if they are repeats. We'll all be more than willing to respond. The Charleston C-D community is absolutely great although watch out for oldemoney, he's a troll.

Last edited by rorytmeadows; at Thanks for the great replies fellas, I really hope to move within the next year. If anyone else has advice, recommendation on where to live, small pointers, etc feel free to share. I mean thank y'all. As a something female originally from the north, I'll tell ya that it's a heck of a lot better to be a guy than a girl here!

The ratio is way off! There are many, many transplants here. It's actually pretty hard to find a native Charlestonian, so don't worry about that either. Run, do not walk, to Charleston, chief. You'll be glad that you did. For housing, I'd stick to the penninsula, i.

You should be able to find plenty there. The women go out in bunches. I've never seen anything like it anywhere else. If you look at Old Mt. Pleasant area you are right between downtown and Sullivan's Island beach area. You could also look at Folly Beach area. A lot of college kids live near there. Last edited by bhauck; at South Carolina - staying with brother in Columbia.

Well, take a deep breath -- to help you look like the best tour guide ever, . Angel Oak is roughly years old, and it's probably the largest . Charleston is home to over 20 rooftop bars, and probably 90% of them are located downtown. that we Charlestonians would combine it with our other love: liquor. Charleston now teems with college-educated young people, Among those with the highest ratio, several are old-fashioned cities such as Charleston, and Alexandria, "And the somethings love the people, not the automobile." " The whole face of this city has changed in a year-and-a-half," says. Hello, I am a 23 year old single male finishing my nursing home admin. licensure up North. As much as I would love to live in a big city, recent. If you were a single mids male in my shoes would you want to live in Charleston? Charleston 2 weeks ago for various reasons, but am always looking out for.