Posts Tagged: Charleston Architecture Tour

What is Rainbow Row?

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Rainbow Row in Charleston

An iconic site in Charleston and visited on our Historic Charleston tour, is Rainbow Row.  A series of row houses near the historic water front painted bright pastel colors, Rainbow Row is rightly named. The Colors Of The Rainbow In Architectural Form In Charleston There is a place in Charleston where you will see tourists gathering […]

Philip Simmons Ironwork in Charleston

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Charleston Philip Simmons

Charleston is a charming city.  That is the adjective most often used to describe this seaport town. The charm of the city comes alive in the friendliness of the locals, the bright pastel colors of the homes, the overflowing window boxes and tended gardens and the wrought iron gates and fences that allow visitors and […]

The Aiken-Rhett House Museum

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In this post, we share everything you need to know about visiting the Aiken-Rhett House in Charleston. This is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the area, and it is also the home of one of the most well preserved mansions that Charleston has to offer, making it all the more appealing.  Getting There […]

Calhoun Mansion Visitor Tips

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Charleston Tours

A Guide to Visiting the Calhoun Mansion It doesn’t matter whether you are a fan of architecture or not – a visit to the Calhoun Mansion is sure to take your breath away. This mansion is the largest residence in the area of Charleston and it boasts of having 35 rooms. The main design of […]

The Charleston Single House

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Charleston Tours

One of the first things visitors to Charleston notice is the number of long and narrow homes that display beautiful covered porches.  The Charleston Single house is an icon of Charleston Architecture.  The construction of Charleston single houses dates back to near the origins of the City of Charles Town in the 1680s.  The single […]