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Battery & White Point Gardens

East Battery & Murray Blvd., Charleston, SC 29401
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US$20.00*
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Historic Charleston Walking Tour
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US$26.50*
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Charleston Harbor of History Tour
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US$35.00*
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Sunset Cruise on the Charleston Harbor
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East Battery & Murray Blvd., Charleston, SC 29401
French Quarter
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Reviewed 3 days ago

Nice, clean and peaceful place. Not really much to see but we enjoyed our walk and looked at interesting mansions.

Thank Michele B
Reviewed 3 days ago

Beautiful place to spend an hour or more walking or sitting along the waterfront. Very relaxing. It's a short walk to more attractions.

Thank Shelly C
Reviewed 5 days ago

This historic area is the perfect spot to take a break from sightseeing. Lush, with historic statues etc, it is set right on the harbor, with a view of Ft. Sumter. The Battery is great pkacee to view the harbor, Sumter snd the USS Yorktown...More

Thank Pat W
Reviewed 6 days ago

Parking during the day is very difficult. Loved to walk along the water's edge and hear the water lapping on the wall. I expected flowers in a garden there were none. It is really a park shaded by tall trees.

Thank Laurie3355
Reviewed 1 week ago

Nice area to walk to at different times of the day. Walk down the number of back streets to see some interesting homes and streets, then check the view of Sumter and of the Charles River.Then walk back to town a different way. We also...More

Thank rbross50
Reviewed 1 week ago

Walked all over Charleston and ended up here. Great group of live oaks and shade to rest and view the harbor. Neat gazebo with a wedding going on while there. A bunch of old cannons and mortars most of which came from somewhere else but...More

Thank bigjake392
Reviewed 1 week ago

Historic monuments and beautiful oak trees and water views abound. This is a nice park to visit after you have walked Battery Row.

Thank Glenna O
Reviewed 1 week ago

The park is a beautiful setting overlooking the battery into the waterfront. Sumter is off in the distance. Rainbow Row is nearby and makes for a great walking tour. In the park are many statues dedicated to those who fought in the Revolutionary War and...More

Thank showstang
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

White Point Gardens was very pretty; however I would probably not bother going out of my way again to see it. The houses you pass on your walk are quite beautiful and full of history so the walk for me was the highlight.

Thank streece
Reviewed 1 week ago

Walked around a sunset. Lots of people walking around. Very nice evening. Nice breeze. People would stop and talk to everyone.

Thank gss56
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alocalSummervilleSC
13 July 2017|
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Response from USAOnTheMove | Reviewed this property |
No. Did not know. Thank you.
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lauram1193
21 April 2017|
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Response from Lagiles08 | Reviewed this property |
A lot of homes and inns are around the Battery. Few of the closest John Rutledge House and Elliott House Inn. They are within 0.5 miles. The Battery Carriage house is across the street. Very beautiful and one of the... More
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kreinhold71
18 March 2017|
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Response from alocalSummervilleSC | Reviewed this property |
Walk along the river any time. But I would not suggest after 11, just for safety's sake. The actual park area closes to keep the homeless from congregating around dark, not 5 PM.
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