Charleston Tours by StephenStephen Herchak Private Walks
Revolutionary War & Colonial
 
The Powder Magazine, oldest public building in the Carolinas and Georgia
Powder Magazine
Heyward-Washington House home of signer of the Declaration of Independence where George Washington stayed
Heyward-Washington House
Old Exchange Building where the Constitution was ratified
Old Exchange Building

Charles Towne and the colony of Carolina differed from other English colonies in a number of important aspects. The fourth largest city in the Colonies and wealthiest per capita, Charleston was the scene of the first American victory, longest siege and worst American defeat in our War of Independence.

Learn about this vital, bustling Colonial city, her unique origins, and important role in securing American liberty.

Battle of Sulliavan's Island 28 June 1776 first American victory of the Revolutionary War

Together we'll arrange for the most convenient location to begin and end your private excursion in the Old and Historic District in the city of Charleston.
Map of Charleston

Approximately
2 hours and 2 miles
custom by arrangement

$60 individual
$75 couple
$100 for three
$30 per person for four or more
   

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