36 George Street Charleston, SC 29401 +1 843 577 0647
Located in downtown Charleston, Alterman Studios Gallery was founded in 1980 and measures 6,000 square-feet, making it the largest photography complex. This complex has the Alterman Gallery, Jack Alterman's professional photography services, and the Charleston Center for Photography and Custom Services of Black & White, Copy, and Digital services. They also promote and teach the craft of photography and offer instruction for photographers at all levels of expertise. They also hold workshops on special topics like digital printing, wedding photography and studio lighting that helps add to a photographers skills.
Meeting & Broad Streets Behind City Hall Charleston, SC 29401 +1 803 734 1700
Washington Square Park is Charleston's first public park. Several statues and monuments in the park honor some of the great people from South Carolina. The trees bend low as if to embrace you in a thick blanket of greenery and shade. The neatly cut grass and the winding paths running throughout the park are pleasant as they come! Interestingly, the first fire proof structure, the only one of it's kind in South Carolina, was erected here. The city itself is a reflection of American history.
205 Calhoun Street Charleston, SC 29401 +1 843 953 5530
The Addlestone Library, or the Marlene and Nathan Addlestone Library, is the main library of the College of Charleston. It is home to special collections, the center for student learning, the main campus computer lab, the media collection, and the Java City Cafe. The library can hold one million volumes of books and can seat 1400, all on hickory leather chairs. It also supports researchers with 460 computers. The library offers various services including a special collection evaluation and acquisitions department, which organizes, preserves, and makes available printed and archival materials including the College archives, rare books and pamphlets. They also publish all material related to the history of South Carolina and keep rare manuscript collections.
61 Church Street Charleston, SC 29401 +1 843 722 3896
First Baptist Church Sanctuary is an exquisite rental facility provided by the church to hold wedding ceremonies. Located near Battery in the Historic District, the Sanctuary has its history dating back to 1822. It was way back then, when the sanctuary was beautifully designed and built. The building still sends forth an archaic Greek feel from its appearance. What can be more beautiful than wedding in a beautiful church. However, the church doesn't permit alcoholic beverages to be served during the event.
405 King Street Charleston, SC 29403 +1 843 723 1611
St. Matthew's Lutheran Church has more to it besides prayers and sermons. It is actively involved in development and enrichment of the community it caters to. The environment and outlook of this church encourages its patrons to explore and learn. The church also houses the Community Outreach Centre that is dedicated for the development and betterment of the lees fortunate people.
57 Pitt Street Charleston, SC 29401 +1 843 723 4587
Bethel United Methodist Church has several active ministries like the prayer ministry, music ministry and the outreach ministry which provides service to the needy in a variety of ways. The church helps in providing food from local kitchens to the homeless and assists in disaster relief. The church facilities are also available for weddings and receptions. The chapel can comfortably seat around 100 and the Fellowship Hall can accommodate around 125 seated guests. Sunday School class is conducted for adults where the Bible study takes center stage.
53 Meeting Street Charleston, SC 29401 +1 843 722 8882
First (Scots) Presbyterian Church stands as a congregation of Christians that follow the modified forms of doctrines of John Calvin. First (Scots) engages in a number of noble causes in a moral way. It serves midday meals at Crisis Ministries on specific days of every month. The church also holds certain Christian education programs along with suppers, annual barbecue and events like annual fellowship golf tournament. First (Scots) also has its ministry of music that serves as a pleasant mode of worship.
91 Anson Street Charleston, SC 29401 +1 843 722 4241
Established in 1850, St. John's Reformed Episcopal Church has gained popularity for reasons more than one. Frequented by tourists and locals alike, the church's grand interiors with a beatific Gothic design only add to its serene and spiritual atmosphere. Despite having gone through numerous renovations, St. John's has miraculously managed to keep its old charm intact. A visit to this cherished religious site could provide proof.
126 Coming Street Charleston, SC 29403 +1 843 722 7345
Located in Charleston's historioc district, the Cathedral Church of St. Luke and St. Paul is dedicated to the Episcopalians in South Carolina. Various concerts take place at this venue like the 'College of Charleston Concert Choir', 'Westminster Choir Concert' and 'Scott Bennett Organ Recital' to name a few. There are various ministries operating under the church like 'Children Chapel', Seamen's Ministry' and 'Episcopal Church Women'. Listed in the National Register of Historic Places, the church has a major contribution in the history of Charleston.
360 Concord Street Fort Sumter Visitor Center Charleston, SC 29401 +1 843 883 3123
Liberty Square is a park and landmark by the Charleston Harbor Area, Fort Sumter Museum and the South Carolina Aquarium. The square has been artistically designed to take the visitors on a journey of the past. The park, benches, arches reflect archaic style architecture. Ferry boats to the historic Fort Sumter depart from the harbor and an information center has been set up for the purpose.
Built by George Walton Williams, a native businessman and humanitarian,
who wanted to revive Charleston while Union soldiers occupied the city in 1876, is now a museum and private residence. Spread over 24,000 square feet (2,229 square meters), with ...
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Bulldog Tours offers exclusive night time access to a Pre Revolutionary Dungeon, the Old City Jail, and one of Charleston's oldest graveyards. Tours offered are Charleston Ghost & Graveyard, ...
Charleston is steeped in history and tradition and The Preservation
Society of Charleston works at preserving the historic monuments by organizing fund raiser programs. One of the organizations major events is the Annual Fall Tours of Homes and Gardens. ...