Civil War & Slavery
These are the richest and most controversial veins in Charleston's history. What caused the Civil War? Why did it start here? What role did slavery play? Why did slavery flourish here, and make this the most important slave port in the nation? This tour will answer all of these questions. Journey back in time to a very different city, and walk the razor's edge between politics and war. From the first shots at Fort Sumter to the fall of Charleston, this tour covers all the key events of the war in addition to many surprising insights. Perfect for both beginners and experts.
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Online tickets are unavailable for purchase on the day of tour starting at 12:01 AM. For last minute reservations, please call 843-568-0473 to check availability.
|Day||Time||Adult||Child (Ages 14 & under)|
|Tues - Sun||10:30 am||$10.00|
Duration: Each tour is 2 hours (120 minutes)
Our tours start in Washington Square Park which is located behind City Hall at 80 Broad Street. We meet in the park next to the statue of George Washington.
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We are closed on December 24th and 25th.
For tickets purchased through a third-party vendor please call 843-568-0473 to make a reservation.