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20 Fun & Romantic Things to Do in Charleston, SC for Couples

Charleston has been a city of romance for generations and some of the most romantic films on the big screen were filmed here. Who could ever forget the fantastic rowboat scene from The Notebook? Or what about Channing Tatum's dreamy gazes in the teen heartthrob movie Dear John, which featured downtown George Street? Charleston was […]

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Haunted Charleston: Discover Charleston's Most Haunted Places, Facts, & More 

Welcome to haunted Charleston, South Carolina! This city is famous for its rich history and culture, but did you know it’s also home to some of the most haunted places in America? Charleston's coastal location and centuries-old history have contributed to the tales of ghosts, hauntings, and paranormal activity passed down for generations.  So why […]

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14 Things To Do In Charleston, SC With Kids

If you're searching for activities to enjoy with the kids in Charleston, SC., you're in luck! This city has plenty of entertainment, attractions, and experiences to satisfy children of all ages. From educational opportunities to unique activities, there is something for every family member to appreciate.Here's a compilation of fourteen incredible things to do in […]

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11 Secret Things to Do in Charleston, SC

Exploring Charleston, South Carolina is always an exciting adventure. While there are countless classic attractions, there are also many hidden gems to uncover. We asked our Old South Carriage tour guides for their favorite hidden gems in Charleston and the areas most visitors (and even some locals) don’t know about. Whether strolling down a secret […]

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Discover Charleston's Iconic Rainbow Row

Visitors to Charleston are instantly drawn to the charm and beauty of Rainbow Row, an iconic stretch of brightly colored homes along East Bay Street. Representing a rich part of the city's history, these vibrant dwellings have captured the hearts of locals and tourists alike with their unique architecture and multi-colored hues. Join us on […]

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Charleston's 19th Century Gem: The Aiken Rhett House

Visiting Charleston? Be sure to include the historic Aiken Rhett House Museum on your list. As you walk through each room of the museum, surrounded by this preserved 19th-century home, you'll get an amazing insight into the city's best architectural and historical legacy. The history is truly captivating! The History of the Aiken Rhett House […]

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12 Things To Do in Charleston in December

As the weather in Charleston in December begins to cool off, a festive spirit finds its way along the historic streets of our iconic Southern city. Sparkling lights and garlands adorn storefront windows, homes, and churches. Decked out in all its holiday finery, Charleston embraces the charm and magic of the season like nowhere else. […]

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Prince Voted Best "Equine Employee of the Month"

September Winner: PRINCE PRINCE, is a 14 year old Belgian draft that joined the herd in the summer of 2017. Old South Carriage Company provides daily carriage tours, day and night, throughout the streets of Historic Charleston, lead by a member of our herd. Our visitors regularly request photos with their tour horse, and post […]

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Why Walks Make the Best Dates

Whether it’s your first date or your five hundredth, spending quality time together with your main squeeze doesn’t mean you need to spend a lot of cash. Swap the played-out pricey dinner-and-a-movie for something that will woo your boo with your creativity and thoughtfulness. Here are 3 science-backed reasons  why you should go on a […]

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Old South Carriage Participates in Blessing of the Animals

On November 5, 2017, Old South Carriage participated in the French Protestant Huguenot Church for the Blessing of the Animals in Charleston, South Carolina. "God made the wild animals of the earth of every kind, and the cattle of every kind...And God saw that it was good. – Genesis 1:25" The French Protestant (Huguenot) Church […]

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