Charleston City Hall
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About Charleston City Hall, Charleston
Charleston City Hall is a historic city hall located at Charleston, West Virginia. It was constructed in 1921 in the Neoclassical style. It is located opposite the Kanawha County Courthouse, at the center of downtownCharleston. The major, or entrance, elevation faces Virginia Street with monumental design features and walls clad in smooth gray limestone. The equally impressive limestone-faced Court Street facade presents a grand prospect which runs southward for nearly a block between Virginia Street and Kanawha Boulevard. These two elevations are entirely formal in design because they were intended to face the courthouse and principal city thoroughfare. The four-story building is centered with a colossal engaged colonnade of six fluted Doric columns, which rises three-stories in support of a massive cornice. The interior features a grand entrance lobby, and classically designed stairhall and council chambers. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1988.Wikipedia
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Check out detailed information of Charleston City Hall which resides in the Charleston. If you have enough time to explore the interiors of the city, you will pass by Charleston City Hall.
Home to bountiful attractions like Magnolia Plantation And Gardens, Charleston Waterfront Park, Arthur Ravenel Jr. Bridge, Drayton Hall and Nathaniel Russell House, there are many things to do in Charleston that you can explore on your visit.
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Walk, talk and taste your way through Charleston. This small-group 2.5-hour tour will immerse you in the history and culture of the Lowcountry.
Experience our unique tasting tour in the famous Upper King Street area. Sample mouth-watering dishes of Lowcountry cuisine from the popular culinary innovators in this ever-evolving restaurant district. Come join Charleston’s original culinary tour company as we enjoy what Charleston’s best restaurants are bringing to the table.
Get a behind the scenes understanding of some of Charleston’s best chefs and their restaurants that have created the Lowcountry Cuisine Renaissance. On this 2½ hour walking tour, you will visit several great restaurants where you will explore the history of the restaurant, learn about the chef’s approach to culinary excellence, have the menus interpreted by a pro, and tour the kitchen for a close-up peek at just what it takes to produce those fabulous meals. The Charleston Kitchen Tour begins with coffee and artisan pastries.
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A must see when visiting Charleston and the last stop for a public restroom before going to White Point Gardens!
After years of visiting St. Simons Island on the Georgia Coast, I decided to give Charleston SC a visit. Once we find a place we like, we visit a couple of times of year, love the coastal cities. Our visit started with a nightmare but ended well. DO NOT STOP AT THE WELCOME CENTER. We stopped at the welcome center, next thing I know, it was like being in a car dealership being sold. While appearing to be given discounts and great information, next thing I know I am being rushed into a 120 minute sales presentation. The man at the counter says. you gotta use the ATM, leave $20 with me, when you show up for your tour (code word for sales pitch) they will give you $20 back. Why? Well so they make sure you show up to get your discounts.....Huh?..... As I am being rushed to my car I read the fine print and realize where I am headed. I return, get my $20 back, tell him to cancel the great rate on the hotel room in which he took my credit card number for. I find the hotel to ensure my room had been canceled (now I am on alert) They apologize and give me the rate anyway. Everyone in the city (except the WELCOME center) was very polite and helpful. I will return next year, but educated on the system.
Tour the Council Chambers, its like an unknown art gallery !
Awesome portraits of presidents including George Washington, Andrew Jackson, and James Monroe. Free.
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