This category is for sites focusing on the architecture of historic buildings located in the City of Charleston.

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Aiken-Rhett House
Charleston double house built in 1818 and operated as a museum by the Historic Charleston Foundation; includes history, floor plans, virtual tour, and hours of operation.
Calhoun Mansion
Italianate manor house built in 1876 currently used as a private home and a museum; includes photos, tour schedule, and history of the property.
Drayton Hall
Find a virtual tour and visitor information, including events and school programs, for this Georgian Palladian plantation house completed in 1742.
Historic Charleston's Religious and Community Buildings
Virtual travel itinerary of the city's historic buildings; includes histories and photos.
Magnolia Plantation and Its Gardens
Traditional Southern plantation, founded 1676, offering tour and activity information.
Middleton Place
Find out about tours, events and activities at this National Historic Landmark and carefully preserved 18th-century plantation, which includes gardens, a house museum and stableyards.
Nathaniel Russell House
House and museum originally constructed in 1808; includes construction time line, virtual tours, and hours of operation.
The Old Exchange & Provost Dungeon
Historic colonial building with 300 years of pirates, patriots, presidents. Find out about tours, gift shops, educational programs and special event rentals.
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