Fam­i­lies, Wed­ding Guests and Out­door En­thu­si­asts

UNIQUE TRAVEL REC­OM­MEN­DA­TIONS, FIT TO MATCH YOUR PER­SONAL STYLE. FIND THE CITY CU­RATED FOR YOU AT WHERETRAVELER.COM/CHARLESTON.

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Unique rec­om­men­da­tions cu­rated by Where and fit to match three per­sonal travel styles.

Fam­ily

Noth­ing beats a fam­ily out­ing at the (1) South Carolina aquar­ium where lit­tle ones can feed sting rays and in­ter­act with whelk in the touch tank. Re­fuel at (2) Lewis Bar­be­cue for a messy meal that prom­ises stinky fin­gers and happy tum­mies. Don’t worry, plenty of nap­kins and parch­ment for plates makes for easy cleanup. Round out the fam­ily ad­ven­ture with a stroll through (3)

Wa­ter­front Park. The large splash foun­tain of­fers plenty of en­ter­tain­ment and a nice way to cool down on hot days, and the pier is ideal for fish­ing or catch­ing sun­sets.

Out­door En­thu­si­ast

The sea­son to hang 10 is back. Fa­vorite surf­ing spot 1) Folly Beach fills up with lo­cals and of­fers surf lessons for those new to the sport. If qui­eter out­door ad­ven­tures are more your speed, visit clas­sic Charleston sight the (2) An­gel Oak

Tree lo­cated in An­gel Oak Park on John’s Is­land. The cen­turies old tree stretches its branches 187 feet and is quite the spec­ta­cle. And ev­ery out­door en­thu­si­ast knows the im­por­tance of a good meal, which is why many head to 3) Home Team

BBQ to nosh on smoked proteins al­fresco style.

Wed­ding Guest

In town for a wed­ding? Get to know Charleston’s charm with a brunch at

(1) Butcher & Bee in the hip North Mor­ri­son area. Or­der your­self the break­fast bras­sica with fried egg, roasted broc­coli and goat cheese on cia­batta. Then, take a leisurely stroll along the pic­turesque 2) High Bat

tery, with stately, his­toric Charleston homes on one side of the prom­e­nade and the Charleston Har­bor on the other. And to drink in the city while you sip on one in hand, head to 3) The Rooftop at Ven­due, for a craft cock­tail and sweep­ing views of the city and har­bor.

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