After the conclusion of the Sunday Historic Walking Tour, Jeff (Indulge the Wanderlust) and I wanted to see more of downtown Charleston, South Carolina. There’s so much history and culture that Charleston has to offer including beautiful waterfronts and parks.
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In almost every street corner, you can find hand weaved baskets for sale. Be aware that they are very pricey in historic downtown Charleston.
There is a huge indoor flea market on Market Street that sells handmade wares, trinkets, and leather goods.
We walked to White Point Gardens Park where there is a gazebo with a cannon display.
On Sundays, part of King Street is closed for pedestrian access only. It’s packed with locals and tourists shopping for goods and services.
There is also plenty of food and entertainment.
We walked by the United States Custom House near the Waterfront area.
In the Waterfront area, there are two amazing fountains called the Spider fountain and the Pineapple fountain.
The next day, we decided to go to the Charleston Harbor for a cruise. You find many pedicab drivers taking you all over downtown Charleston.
We cruised on the Carolina Belle for an hour and a half and saw cruise ships and amazing sights such as the Arthur Ravenel Jr. Bridge.