Charleston is a charming destination recommend for you and your family to enjoy within four ways with high quality. This southern city of Carolina offers the combination of fun and history for a kid-pleasing.
The first way is The Battery, which is the place where the Civil War started in. You can enter into the Edmondston-Alston House through the East Battery and stand in the spot to watch the Fort Sumter’s bombardment of Confederate General P. G. T. Beauregard. And then, you and your family can tour the most famous fort by getting on the ferry, which charges 18 dollars for adults and 11 dollars for children.
The next one is Farmers Market at Marion Square where supplies for grits, shrimp and some other Low Country bounty every Saturday from April to December. Here’s the thing you should taste particularly, which are boiled peanuts of Hit Mike’s, sweet grass made by Barbara, and sandwiches with cheese and mac or braised head of pig sold by Roti Rolls.
Apart from food, it is time turn to the “Provost Dungeon and Old Exchange Building”. The Dungeon is the place where Isaac Hayne, an American patriot, languished during the Revolutionary war and he was hanged later on by British. The Old Exchange Building is a historical twofer which was ratified by constitution in 18th century, and it was read by the Declaration of Independence from the balcony.
The last but not least way is St. Philip’s Church Cemetery where you will see the dead people or their tombstones like DuBose Heyward, he is a notable Charlestonians.