Things to Do in Folly Beach, SC

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8.4 Miles
82% 11 votes
Kayaking Andell Bluff Plantation, Johns Island, SC MoreLess Info
St. Johns Kayaks is a kayak rental company that offers fishing tours, eco powerboat trips, and educational programs for children of all ages. The company also has fishing charters available.
8.5 Miles
99% 1627 votes
Walking Tours 108 Meeting Street, Charleston, SC 29401 MoreLess Info
Explore beautiful Charleston, South Carolina on foot with Charleston Footprints Walking Tours. Learn about Charleston's history as a slave port and a bastion of the Confederacy during the Civil War. Tours are also a terrific way to enjoy Charleston's historic mansions.
8.5 Miles
75% 755 votes
History Museums 6 Chalmers St., Charleston, SC 29401 MoreLess Info
In a building formerly used as a slave auction gallery, today Old Slave Mart Museum relates the local history of the slave trade, with a focus on the site. The museum includes a gift shop with some relevant books.
8.5 Miles
90% 10 votes
Historic Homes 54 Queen Street, Charleston, SC 29401 MoreLess Info
Home to one of the finest furniture craftsman of the 18th century, the Thomas Elfe House is filled with beautiful furniture and decorations. The house remains almost entirely in its original state and is equipped with authentic tools and accents.
8.6 Miles
96% 3931 votes
Parks 1 Vendue, Charleston, SC 29401 MoreLess Info
Beautiful Charleston Waterfront Park is a municipal park in downtown Charleston, South Carolina. Located near The Docks, a popular dolphin-watching spot, Charleston Waterfront Park features huge fountains, comfortable benches and shady trees.
8.6 Miles
94% 1210 votes
Food Tours 161 1/2 East Bay Street, Charleston, SC 29401 MoreLess Info
To experience a taste of Charleston's history and culinary scene, guests can choose one of five Charleston Culinary Tours. Along with sampling diverse local foods and drinks attendees get to meet the innovative chefs, mixologists and restaurant owners as well.
8.6 Miles
Led by knowledgeable in-character guides, Charleston Pirate Tours is a business that takes guests on a tour around the historic parts of the city. During the tours, guests learn all there is to know about pirate history in the area.
8.6 Miles
98% 279 votes
Walking Tours 151 Meeting Street, Charleston, SC 29401 MoreLess Info
Visitors can tour the historical and cultural sites of the city with Old Walled City Walking Tours. A tour guide leads visitors through the oldest neighborhoods in the region while explaining the history behind them.
8.7 Miles
91% 2148 votes
Other Tours 40 North Market Street, Charleston, SC 29401 MoreLess Info
Visitors who want to stay comfortable while touring often enjoy the services of the Palmetto Carriage Works. Docent-guided tours take place in a covered, comfortable horsedrawn carriage and visits many parts of the city that are not open to motor vehicles.
8.7 Miles
88% 2525 votes
Battlefields 1214 Middle Street, North Charleston, SC MoreLess Info
One of the most important forts during the beginning of the Civil War, Fort Sumter is now a national historic landmark. The fort is only accessible by boat and ferry. It is often closed in inclement weather .
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