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Lovely little park, a bit urban, near Meeting and King streets in Charleston, right in the heart of downtown. If you travel here with your dog, this is a perfect place to bring it. Nearby battery park might feel a bit too pristine for your...More
We discovered this park walking from the B&B where we stayed. It is a good-sized green space right in the city. The shade was welcome but the day was warm and muggy. It's only 6 1/2 acres but it seems like more when you walk...More
Our hotel was across the street and our room looked down on this pretty park. We walked through and looked at the monuments (Holocaust Memorial and Calhoun statue). Saturday morning looked like a market place with tents, etc set up. We walked through Friday evening...More
Marion Square is a very nice space in the middle of downtown Charleston. There is plenty of room to get out and stretch your legs and the history of the site is impressive. It is the former location of The Citadel and houses a few...More
Our hotel was right across from Marion Square, so we could take advantage of this wonderful venue every day. It's very pretty, and offered some great activities to boot. The farmer's market is there, and we also got to see some artist booths during Spoleto.
This is a very popular place for local events. We went on a Saturday in June. There is a Farmers Market in the morning and early afternoon with lots of food choices. There are local goods, vegetables and crafts available. The people are friendly, but...More