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We were very lucky that the owner of the B & B that we were staying at recommended that we go on a walking tour from the Historic Charleston Foundation. Part of the tour took us to St. Michael's Church located at the Four Corners...More
The most beautiful stained glass in Charleston can be found inside of this historical house of worship. I always bring friends visiting the Lowcountry to see the glass in St Michael's. The Tiffany windows are well worth stepping inside the church for a view. Beautiful
If you like history you need to stop and visit the church (oldest religious structure in Charleston) and tour the graveyard. Two signers (Charles Pinckney & John Rutledge) of the US Constitution are buried here. One of the parishioners saw we were tourists and told...More
Visited here as part of our walking tour. It was great to see the amazing architecture, the organ and the pew where George Washington worshipped. We really enjoyed seeing this historic church, which is right near City Hall and Washington Square Park.
If you like history, you'll love this stop. My son sat in every seat in the Governor's pew so he could be sure to sit where George Washington once did. The people were all extremely kind and willing to explain the history of the building/church....More
The steeple of St.Michael's Episcopal was the target of British cannoneers in the Revolutionary War and union gunners in the war between the states. It sustained considerable damage in both conflicts but happily it still stands. Two signers of the US Constitution are interred in...More