Discover Charleston

Charleston Place, A Belmond Hotel

One of the Grande Dame hotels, Charleston Place, A Belmond Hotel offers luxury accommodations, refined dining and a shopper's paradise, all in a central place where Southern charm meets timeless elegance.

Charleston City Market

A National Historic Landmark, this former 19th century meat and produce market still bustles as the city’s central city location for social gatherings and retail transactions.

Wild Common at Cannon Green

Located in the heart of Downtown Charleston, Wild Common is ideal for intimate dining and memorable celebrations. The restaurant's culinary experiences feature Executive Chef Orlando Pagan's custom tasting menu in one of Charleston's most inspired spaces -Wild Common at Cannon Green.

Shem Creek

The “Creek”, where salty tides ebb and flow, is closely tied to local Lowcountry living. Its deep-water channel was ideal for earlier century ship building, rice and sawmill industries, giving the creek an important role in the development and economy of the settlements.

The Battery and White Point Garden

Located where the Cooper and Ashley rivers converge to form the historic Charleston Harbor, views and water activity abound at, and on The Battery. Sailboats keel in the steady wind, dotting between cruise ships as tugboats steer merchant containers upriver to port.

Wentworth Mansion

From pressed tin ceilings and warm parquet floors to original Tiffany glass panels sparkling over doorways, the gracious guest rooms and suites of the Wentworth Mansion exude the Gilded Age elegance you’d expect in the late 19th century home. The experience is equally gracious.

NoMo

NoMo, North of Morrison, an area in the “Neck” of the Charleston peninsula, is innovative creativity on overdrive.

Dock Street Theatre

Located on the corner of Church and Queen Streets in the famed French Quarter neighborhood, the Dock Street Theatre is undoubtedly one of historic downtown Charleston’s most iconic spots.