Charleston Stroll, Fort Sumter Tour Combo • 200 Year History

Duration:

2 Hours

Join Bulldog Tours and Fort Sumter Tours for this one-of-a-kind combo tour experiencing the best Charleston has to offer on the water and land.

Purchase price includes a tour to Fort Sumter and a historic walking tour, Charleston Strolls. Please note this is not a combined tour, but rather a discounted price for two of Charleston's most popular tours.

Once you purchase the combo tour, please make sure to proceed to the confirmation email to complete your booking for both tours.

Fort Sumter Boat Tour:

Fort Sumter Tours is an authorized National Park Service concessioner. Once aboard, you will experience a relaxing 30 minute cruise to historic Fort Sumter.

You will learn about the events which led to the outbreak of America’s most bloody war.

When you arrive you will be greeted by National Park Service Rangers, who will provide further details about Fort Sumter and its pivotal role in the American Civil War.

After your roughly one hour visit, you will enjoy a soothing cruise back to your departure point.

Charleston Strolls Walk with History:

WALK THROUGH 200 YEARS OF CHARLESTON HISTORY:

Hear the stories and traditions revealing Charleston’s rich history and colourful past.

This two-hour walking tour through America’s most charming historic district is sure to be the highlight of your visit to historic Charleston.

Tour highlights may include Rainbow Row, Historic Waterfront Battery, Antebellum Mansions, Fort Sumter, hidden gardens and courtyards, historic churches and graveyards, and Revolutionary and Civil War landmarks.

Bulldog Tours

843.722.8687

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Duration (tours, trips, experiences, classes): 2 Hours
Generally Available Days/Times (e.g. Weekends 10AM & 4PM): Daily
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Seller Type: Business
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Listing created Oct 12, 2021

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