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More Charleston Museums

The Charleston Museum

America’s first museum showcases cultural and natural history of South Carolina’s coastal region.
Enjoy the rich variety of exhibited objects ranging from ancient fossils and an enormous whale skeleton to Civil War artifacts and historic Charleston silver.
Explore Kidstory, the new hands-on children’s exhibit!
360 Meeting Street Charleston, SC 29403

Aiken-Rhett House

The expansive Aiken-Rhett House stands as the most intact urban villa with dependency buildings showcasing life in antebellum Charleston.
A conservation approach has been adopted for this important site, which has survived virtually unaltered since 1858.
Many objects can still be found in the rooms for which they were purchased.
M-Sa 10am-5pm; Su 2-5pm.
48 Elizabeth Street
Charleston , SC 29403 Phone: 843-723-1159

Old Slave Mart Museum

Recounting the story of Charleston's role in this inter-state slave trade by focusing on the history of this particular building and site and the slave sales that occurred here.
The Old Slave Mart Museum is currently undergoing exhibit design and installation.
Chalmers St.
Charleston, SC 29401

 Delightfully different shopping is one of the most often mentioned reasons for visiting the Charleston area
Delightfully different shopping is one of the most often mentioned reasons for visiting the Charleston area



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