Explore Charleston in January - Walk the Museum Mile
Enjoy January and explore Charleston!
JANUARY is fun in Charleston!
This month is called “Charleston’s Museum Mile Month”
Don't even think that there is nothing to do in Charleston in January! Discover hands-on exhibits, historic military collections, and very old public buildings, an 18th-century garden, and many other things to see and learn about. How? Take advantage of the Museum Mile Pass! So easy to get and so very affordable!
The “Museum Mile” is a stretch along Meeting Street and it includes 6 museums, 5 historic homes, 4 parks, and of course, our Powder Magazine from the Revolutionary War. In addition, there are 2 public buildings: the Market and City Hall. All these wonderful venues and places will tell us the story about Charleston’s culture and history.
During the month of January, residents, and tourists can get into all these 13 places for just $25 all together. That is a huge saving over the regular admission prices which is in many cases over $10.00 per site! The pass is available at all museums or at the Charleston Visitor Center on Meeting Street!
(PS.: the participating museums include: The Charleston Museum, Children's Museum, Gibbes Museum of Art, The Old Exchange and Provost Dungeon and others).
And after all this, you might think of a new home? Here is a free pass to my website ! Go ahead and search for a home, or vacant land!