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Of Charleston's many fine house museums, only the Edmondston-Alston House (constructed in 1825 and enhanced in 1838) commands a magnificent view of Charleston Harbor. From its piazza, General P. T. Beauregard watched the fierce bombardment of Ft...more
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I liked this house tour the best of the city homes--most of the furniture is original, as well as paintings, historical documents, and other items. A descendant actually lives on the top floor of the house, and there is a B & B in an...More
There are several old homes to tour in Charleston. After reading reviews, we decided to only tour two of them while visiting the city (due to time constraints and money). We are glad we selected the Edmonston-Alston house. It is a beautiful example of a...More
The first and second floors of home is open for the tour. Many original furnishings. The family occupies the third floor and the back portion is a bed and breakfast. The tour guide was excellent and was able to provide details on the original owners...More
Well worth seeing. Delightful house but I would have liked to have spent more time than was alloted. I think if you only had time to see one house in Charleston then it should be this one.
You don't see the gardens or the upper...More
This is one of the historic Charleston home tours and a beautiful home it was. The tour is sort of short (30 minutes) but you only visit the main and 2nd floor levels plus the two balcony (piazza) areas. The third floor is actually a...More
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Yes. There are a couple of packages to choose from. You can choose just the house tour or a combination ticket which includes the Middleton Plantation. I recommend the combination ticket. I would check the website for... More
Yes. There are a couple of packages to choose from. You can choose just the house tour or a combination ticket which includes the Middleton Plantation. I recommend the combination ticket. I would check the website for current rates.