Charleston landmarksCharleston is a city rich in history. It’s one of the oldest cities in the country, and with that status comes lots of great landmarks! The city of Charleston is full of important and memorable landmarks, and you could definitely spend a day (or three!) finding them and taking pictures. Are you thinking of moving to the area and wanting to know where the popular tourist spots are? We’ve got a great list for you for all the best Charleston landmarks to visit!  

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Four of the Most Famous Charleston Landmarks to Visit

 

Rainbow Row

When you’re thinking iconic Charleston landmarks, you are probably imagining the iconic picture of Rainbow Row. This beautiful row of colorful houses has captured the hearts of visiting tourists. More likely than not, you’ve seen Rainbow Road on more than one Charleston postcard. What really is attractive about the landmark is its mysterious origins. Nobody can quite reach a consensus about how the colorful houses came to be. Some say it was to help drunken sailors find their homes back in the 18th century. Others think the bright colors was to ward off heat. Whatever the reason, the row remains one of the most quintessentially Charlestonian locations in the entire city!

 

Arthur Ravenel Bridge

It may be the most recent Charleston landmark on this list — it was officially completed in 2005 — but there’s no denying that the Arthur Ravenel Bridge has become one of the most iconic sights in the city. The massive eight lane bridge towers proud and tall over the Cooper River, and it’s a common sight to see joggers and walkers as you drive over. Besides gorgeous views, the bridge also serves as part of the trail for the famous Cooper River Bridge Run every year.

 

Patriots Point

Cross the bridge into Mt. Pleasant and you’ll be able to make your way to Patriots Point. Here, you’ll find the famous USS Yorktown, the famous WWII “fighting lady.” Patriots Point also is home to the Medal of Honor Museum, which pays tribute to the brave servicemen and women of our country. It’s a popular spot for both tourists and school field trips, and you may even get to see a group of students spending the night on the Yorktown!

 

Charleston City Market

The historic Charleston City Market offers an authentically Charleston shopping experience. In the early history of Charleston, the market was where slaves met to sell their wares. That tradition continues today, as local merchants gather every day to sell handcrafted, one-of-a-kind goods. Whether you’re looking for seagrass baskets, paintings or even a postcard, you’ll be able to find it at the market. It’s also close to a lot of great local restaurants and dessert cafes, for a refreshing treat!

 

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These are just a few of the famous Charleston landmarks, and there’s many more! You’ll just have to see them all when you move here yourself.  If you’re looking to come to Charleston, then contact Infinity Realty today. Our team of experts led by Bob Chambers are some the most professional agents you’ll encounter, and will give you the easiest home-buying experience imaginable. We can help you determine your top priorities and find a place that accommodates both your preferences and your expenses. Our staff knows the Lowcountry well and is acquainted with all of the facilities, resources, and services available in each community. We’ll make sure to fit you with a home you’ll love!