Charleston Perspective Walking Tours - FAQ
We will walk the tours rain or shine. Charleston can have very unpredictable weather. A raincoat or umbrella are recommended. Tour may be canceled for severe weather.
>The 10am walking tour meets on the steps of the US Custom House, located at 200 East Bay Street.
>The 1pm walking tour meets at Washington Square Park, behind 80 Broad Street, next to the statue of George Washington.
We will explore the cobblestone streets and alleys and of the old walled city district. The walled city district is an area of 63 acres of land on the east side of the peninsula of Charleston. A wall was built around the small port town from 1686 to 1704.
We will see many historic sites on the walking tour including Rainbow Row, Churches, the Old Slave Mart Museum, the Old Exchange, High Battery, the Harbor, Ft Sumter and more...
The walking tour lasts about 2 hours. Private tours typically last about 2 1/2 hours.
The walking tour is about 1 mile in distance, on uneven sidewalks and alleys. Good walking shoes are recommended.
The walking tour ends in the courtyard of 86 Church Street, the Middleton Family Home, built in 1783, in the heart of the walled city district.
Call or Text (843) 460-8671
Parking garages are located on the corner of Concord Street and Cumberland Street, and the corner of Meeting Street and Cumberland Street