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Things To Do in Charleston, SC

Citadel Archives and Museum Citadel Archives and Museum

When visiting the Citadel Archives and Museum, you'll marvel at this impressive collection of military history that will fascinate everyone from the most detailed history fan to the casual visitor. The rich history of the Military College of South Carolina and Corps of Cadets is presented through this extensive collection of artifacts, memorabilia, documents, and attractions. The items that tell this dramatic story date all the way back to 1842.

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Bull Island Bull Island

If you like a serving of history along with your outdoor adventure, then Bull Island is your dream destination. Located in Awendaw, SC, just a few minutes outside of Charleston, Bull Island Beach will draw you in to its dramatic stories and sunny shores. Once a haven for pirates, then later the site for the Martellow Tower which didn't survive the Civil War, this area was eventually developed into part of the Cape Romain National Wildlife Refuge in 1932. That unbreakable bond between history and nature is very much alive, and you can see it everywhere from the picturesque woodland trails all the way to the beach's inviting shores.

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The Gibbes Museum of Art The Gibbes Museum of Art

The Gibbes Museum of Art has worked hard to earn the respect of both critics and art lovers as it has consistently striven to present the work of some of the most influential artists in America that date as far back as the 16th century.. More significantly, they appropriately focus on some of South Carolina's most famous artists like Peale, Sully and West, whose works are prominently displayed in this impressive and well-designed facility.

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