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Taking visitors to the old days of Charleston, Historic District boasts magnificent historic churches, homes, and other buildings lining the streets. Some of these streets are home to museums such as Old Slave Mart Museum and Old Exchange Building. At King Street, visitors will find shops, art galleries, boutiques, and antiques dealers. Located at the heart of the Historic District is the Charleston City Market. The market features wooden tables displaying local foods, artworks, crafts, and collectibles.
Waterfront Park is a 12-acre park that stretches along more than 1,000 feet of waterfront. The park features old-fashioned benches and double swings facing the water where ships and sailboats can be seen. Waterfront Park also boasts fountains that are lighted at night and seasonal flowers adding splashes of hues. The park is located close to the City Market and offers free Wi-Fi as well.
South Carolina Aquarium
South Carolina Aquarium is home to a host of underwater creatures, birds, plants, land-dwelling mammals, and reptiles. The emphasis of the site is on participation and hence it organizes daily interactive shows where visitors can touch sharks and rays. Sea Turtle Hospital is located inside the premises and offers a look of behind-the-scenes animal care.
Magnolia Plantation & Gardens
The oldest publicly accessed gardens in America, Magnolia Plantation & Gardens are also the America's last large-scale Romantic-style garden. These gardens are nurtured by the generation after generation of the same family. Magnolia Plantation & Gardens offers a guided tour of the house, and also offers visit to an antebellum cabin, several exhibits, and a boat tour. Younger visitors can visit the petting zoo and a nature center as well.