Historic Charleston

From the quaint historic district to the booming foodie scene to the beaches of Isle of Palms, Charleston is a city like none other. To walk through downtown Charleston is to take a step back in time—down cobblestone streets with horse-drawn carriages, past lovely gated courtyards and centuries-old mansions. The lovely historic district and Mount Pleasant’s Boone Hall Plantation, with its stately Avenue of the Oaks, are not to be missed, and neither is a stay in one of Charleston’s charming inns. Charleston is a true jewel of the South!

GaslampOld German Fire Company

FlowerboxesHusk Restaurant Charleston

Historic Fire Station #6Historic Fire Station #6

Avenue of the Oaks

Slave Quarters at Boone HallChimney on Slave Quarters

Gin HouseBoone Hall Plantation Gin House

Charleston Historic District CourtyardOld Law Office in Charleston


Boone Hall Plantation
1235 Long Point Rd.
Mt. Pleasant, S.C. 29464
(8 miles from downtown Charleston, S.C.)

Melissa Schollaert is a photographer, dreamer and travel fanatic who feels most at ‘home’ on the road. A true artist at heart, she has a degree in Interior Design which influences her photography as well as other artistic endeavors. You will find her criss-crossing the US taking photos or somewhere in Italy. If you need her, she’ll be on a plane.

chime in

4 comments on “Historic Charleston

  1. Pingback: Recently Pinning: The Architecture of Charleston - The Sweetest Occasion | The Sweetest Occasion

  2. Pingback: Pin of the day | Is it Spring yet? | Le Papier BlogLe Papier Blog

Leave a comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *