Walking Tours

Call Al to guide your Private Charleston Tours:

Engage Al as your Charleston Private Tour Guide. Al frequently guides Private tours of Charleston for individuals, family, church and corporate groups. Private guided Charleston tours are tailored to your time schedule and interests. Tours can be arranged for the city only, or Charleston Town and Country Tours can take you to the Gardens and beyond! Arranged to suit your interests, Private Charleston city tours can include exclusive access to Charleston gardens and museum houses. Sometimes they encompass two days, with one Tour south to the Battery, encompassing the Old Walled City and and the other north to Calhoun Street, Marion Square and the Charleston Museum.
Your Charleston Private Tour guide can also offer a Town and Country Driving Tour , touring old Charleston in the morning and guiding you out to the Gardens at Magnolia and Middleton Place. Another option is the South Islands Tour, which can include McLeod Plantation, the Angel Oak, The Tea Plantation, and a stroll through scenic Rockville. Sometimes group want to go to the Firefly distillery for tastings! For Civil War buffs, we can visit Fort Lamar on James Island at Secessionville and the Seashore Farmer's Lodge at the historically African American community on Sol Legare Island. Reserve your Charleston Tours online, or call to make arrangements.

Charleston Ghost Walk
Available by special request.

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Charleston Slavery and Freedom Walk
Available by special request.

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The Charleston Ghost Tour and Slavery and Freedom Tour are available for groups of four or more by appointment,  with special rates for your groups of 12 to 200. The Charleston Ghost Tour is a favorite with school groups, wedding parties and family reunions. School and church groups find the Slavery and Freedom Tour both educational and compelling, with information not presented on any other tour in the area. Call Al for details 843 343 4851 or al@walledcitytours.com

Tours start from the Historic Charleston Foundation Gift Shop at 108 Meeting Street.