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Charleston Visitor Center Hotel & Travel Guide
Planning a trip to Charleston Visitor Center?
We're sure you won't need much convincing to go see it in Charleston, as it's a vibrant city to explore in its own right.
Whether you like to reserve your room well ahead of time or always end up leaving it until the last minute, it won't be hard finding something that's close by. There are as many as 21 possible accommodations that are suitable. Once you're ready to make your reservation, look into rooms available at The Restoration, Belmond Charleston Place and Renaissance Charleston Historic District Hotel.
If you'd like to keep to a strict budget, take a look at the Days Inn Historic District, 0.8 miles (1.3 kilometers) away.
Experience high quality accommodation and superb service at any one of the numerous upscale hotels to be found close by. You probably won't want to leave once you check-in. A couple of fantastic choices are the Wentworth Mansion, located only 0.7 miles (1.1 kilometer) away, or the French Quarter Inn, 0.8 miles (1.3 kilometers) away.
If you know you can't wake up before having a coffee or two, make your way to 39 Rue De Jean (39 John Street, Charleston). You might also like to dine at The Brick (24 Ann Street Suite A, Charleston), a favorite eatery among both locals and visitors.
Other Things to Do Near Charleston Visitor CenterIf you have more time, check out what else is happening in the region:
- Let the children move around and amuse themselves in the exhibits at Children's Museum of the Lowcountry. It doesn't get more interactive and gratifying than that!
- Make a night of it, and have dinner and drinks after seeing a concert at Music Farm, a dedicated local venue.
- You can't miss out on attending a concert or two at Charleston Music Hall! Be sure to get your tickets in advance.
- Pay a visit to PURE Theatre and revel in watching its talented actors perform their hearts out.
- If you're a fan of history, visit American Theater and learn why it's a local icon.