Charleston Visitor's Center

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  • Address: 375 Meeting Street, Charleston, SC 29403, United States
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  • Timings: 08:30 am - 05:00 pm Details
  • Phone: +1-8008688118
  • Time Required: 01:00 Hrs
  • Tags: Family And Kids

The visitor center here is the best guide for all who are new to the city. Once you are here you should first visit this place to get a basic idea of the whole trip. The people here are extremely friendly and will guide you through all that you will need during your stay.

Just take a look around the place and the displays will themselves talk to you about what the city has to give you. The staff here will arrange your accommodation and itinerary list for you. They will also get all your travel bookings done from here. You just need to trust them and they will set everything done for you in no time at all. Apart from that they also have a nice gift shop from where you can collect gifts and souvenirs while you are on your way back.

How to Reach Charleston Visitor's Center

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  • Charleston Visitor's Center Address: 375 Meeting Street, Charleston, SC 29403, United States
  • Charleston Visitor's Center Contact Number: +1-8008688118
  • Charleston Visitor's Center Timing: 08:30 am - 05:00 pm
  • Best time to visit Charleston Visitor's Center(preferred time): 09:00 am - 03:00 pm
  • Time required to visit Charleston Visitor's Center: 01:00 Hrs
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  • 16.9% of people who visit Charleston include Charleston Visitor's Center in their plan

  • 70% of people start their Charleston Visitor's Center visit around 3 PM

  • People usually take around 1 Hr to see Charleston Visitor's Center

Monday, Tuesday and Saturday

95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Charleston Visitor's Center

People normally club together Charles Towne Landing and Old City Market while planning their visit to Charleston Visitor's Center.

* The facts given above are based on traveler data on TripHobo and might vary from the actual figures

Charleston Visitor's Center Reviews & Ratings

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  • Well done. Friendly staff. Clean and interesting. For first timers, make it your first stop for tour advice and tickets to attractions. Took an air conditioned van tour of the city. It included history as well as pointing out points of interest you might like. There is a free shuttle that's easy to hop. So, if you want to hop off your tour ride early, you can, then catch the free shuttle back to your car at the Visitors' Center.

  • Everyone there was very friendly. When someone else was waiting, they would yell, "I can help you over here." I thought that was great, since I work in customer service. Plenty of brochures on food and things to do. Plus a lady working gave us a map and told us where we could park, of where we wanted to go!

  • no information on local entertainment? Asked woman at the information desk that was busy looking at her phone. She told me to look at their one of 4 racks containing hundreds of brochures. When I finally found the theatre I was looking for, it mentioned that I could purchase tickets at the visitors center?! Don't waste your time at the visitors center. Instead go online and search for what you might want to do. These people are not interested in assisting you

  • Whether it's your first time to Charleston or you've been here for years, you're sure to benefit from a visit to the Visitors center. First off, it's a beautifully designed, open and bright, and very adequately air conditioned building, which can be a life saver in the heat of a Charleston simmer day. There's parking here, and it's a great place to begin a tour of the city. While you're at the centre, there's plenty to see and learn about the great holy city. Take in a free historical movie, or watch one of the local sweet grass basket Weavers ply their trade and skill. They have a nice display of items for purchase if you're so inclined. Overall, just a real nice place to visit.

  • They offer a variety of tickets and tourist activities. There are plenty of brochures and maps to use and take for free. Inside it's air conditioned and there are restrooms and water fountains to use freely. Also, there was a steam powered train on display where you could do a free self guided tour about its history.

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Charleston visitor's center
  • Do you have the tickets for the Oyster Festival for the reserve that are $100.00 each. What are the hours to pick up or can you send with paying with a credit card. Thanks. Betty Wallentine 843-743-8073

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    • Hi Betty. I suggest you call the officials of Charleston Visitor Center to know about the tickets to the Oyster Festival. You may call on  1 800-868-8118 and inquire about it. 

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