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New York Times Creates a 36 Hour Guide To Charleston

Coming to Charleston for the first time, or perhaps for a follow-up trip, and need help planning your itinerary? Look no further than a recent New York Times article, 36 Hours in Charleston. The article is packed with ideas on places to visit, people to meet, things to see and more! There are also several new stores and attractions featured in the article!

The writer begins, “CHARLESTON still has its cannons aimed at Fort Sumter, where the Civil War began, and has elected the same mayor, Joseph Riley, since 1975. It even has some of the country’s most aggressive historic preservation. But that doesn’t mean this charming Southern city has nothing new to offer.”

Leigh Magar of Magar Hatworks, NYT.com

Here’s the shortened 36-hour guide to Charleston:

  1. Learn about slave history
  2. Eat Lowcountry cuisine
  3. Enjoy jazz music
  4. Check out the Charleston Farmer’s Market
  5. Get your shop on!
  6. Sip some Firefly Wine and Vodka on Wadmalaw
  7. Visit the Angel Oak
  8. Eat oysters at Bowen’s Island
  9. Catch a show at Dock Street Theater or Charleston Stage, especially during Spoleto Festival
  10. Grab a sticky bun at Wild Flour Pastry
  11. Explore Middleton Place

I think they pretty much covered the must-sees in Charleston, nice job NYT!

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