A Guide to Charleston and Beyond

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Charleston, South Carolina, celebrates its 350th anniversary this year, with more to experience than ever. In this roundup, find a few of our favorite things to see, do, and shop in the Holy City.

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Brays Island Plantation

Hailed as one of America’s premiere sporting communities, Brays Island offers homes and homesites nestled among 5,500 acres along South Carolina coastal waterways. | 843.846.3170

Daniel Island

This award-winning island town in Charleston is home to a vibrant downtown, twenty-three miles of shoreline, hundreds of acres of parks and trails, nationally-ranked golf, traditional neighborhoods, and much more. | 843.971.7100

Drayton Hall

The jewel of Charleston’s house museums, Drayton Hall, c. 1738, is the oldest unrestored historic site still open to the public in America and offers extraordinary new museum galleries, interpretive presentations, and an ornamental garden. | 843.769.2600

Kiawah River

The growing neighborhood partners with Coastal Expeditions to offer guided kayak tours through twenty miles of shoreline and meandering trails. Schedule an excursion today. | 843.973.8600

Kiawah Island Club & Real Estate

Sun-sparkled water, warm sunshine, and stretches of white sand make every minute you spend on Kiawah Island’s beach memorable. Kiawah Gets You. Come make it home. | 843.768.3400

Diamonds Direct

Just a quick trip over the Cooper River, the Diamonds Direct Charleston showroom is located in the Mount Pleasant Towne Center. Their expansive collection of fine jewelry is the perfect place to outfit your Lowcountry love story. |  843.606.2558

Freshfields Village

A unique shopping experience that offers distinctive fashion, delectable cuisine, memorable activities, and unrivaled amenities—all in a relaxed Lowcountry setting. | 843.768.6491