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Charleston Symphony Orchestra

Charleston Symphony Orchestra

2133 N Hillside Dr
Charleston, SC 29407   Directions

(843) 723-7528


If the two of you enjoy getting dressed up for an evening out but don't really know where to go after you're done with dinner, choose to make it a classic evening by taking in one of the many performances presented by the Charleston Symphony Orchestra. This highly talented group of musicians works hard year round to bring their best musical interpretations to life. Their versatility ranges from excellent performances of masterworks, pops, chamber orchestra pieces and much more. So get your tickets and get set for an evening filled with music that will be the perfect soundtrack for your romantic time together.

Drayton Hall

Drayton Hall

3380 Ashley River Rd
Charleston, SC 29414   Directions

(843) 769-2600


Drayton Hall is more than a house, in the same way that your relationship with your partner is more than a relationship. This historic structure is a dramatic symbol of survival. Having weathered everything from the American Revolution to the Civil War to the earthquake of 1886 to Hurricane Hugo, it's clear that this house symbolizes strength in the face of any adversity. The grounds represent one of the most historic, undisturbed landscapes in American history, as Drayton Hall is kept not in the way that we imagined it to be, but in the way that it really was over one hundred years ago. It's a dramatically appropriate destination for a romantic walk through the grounds, and if the two of you prefer, you can be a part of a group tour or take in any of the special presentations that are scheduled at various times.

Historic Charleston Foundation

Historic Charleston Foundation

108 Meeting St
Charleston, SC 29401   Directions

(843) 723-1623


If the two of you are grappling with tight schedules, maybe a visit to the Historic Charleston Foundation will be like taking a romantic trip together back in time. Established in1947, this is a nonprofit organization that strives to preserve the historical, architectural and material culture that make up Charleston's heritage. The efforts of this organization help to continue to operate such visually and historically significant sites as the Aiken-Rhett House and the Nathaniel Russell House, as well as provide programs that highlight the area's history. You and your date will not only learn about some of Charleston's interesting past but also embrace the future tighter with renewed enthusiasm.

Kiawah Island

Kiawah Island

21 Beachwalker Dr
Kiawah Island, SC 29455   Directions

(843) 768-9166


Charleston's Kiawah Island has been consistently ranked as one of the nation's top beaches. Whether you're visiting for a day or on vacation for a week, you'll waste no time finding your place in the sun on these pristine sands or in the inviting surf. The beach stretches out nearly 10 miles, and within the area you'll also find golf courses and historic plantations, among other outdoor attractions. But no matter how many great things there are to see, you'll find yourself returning to Kiawah Island's unforgettable beaches again and again.

Magnolia Plantation and Gardens

Magnolia Plantation and Gardens

3550 Ashley River Rd
Charleston, SC 29414   Directions

(843) 571-1266


The Magnolia Plantation and Gardens has the distinction of being the site of the country's oldest public gardens that date back to the 17th century. In this historically dramatic slice of nature, you'll find the nation's largest collections of azaleas and camellias. If you want to get a little closer to the natural beauty of this historic attraction, you can opt to take the nature train or boat tour that offer a chance to experience the plantation's wetlands, lakes, forests and marshes. Also, don't miss visiting the plantation's main house, adorned with a striking collection of period pieces and other artifacts that date all the way back to 1873.

The Gibbes Museum of Art

The Gibbes Museum of Art

135 Meeting St
Charleston, SC 29401   Directions

(843) 722-2706


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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