Old City Market
Dating back to 1841, Market Street features independent merchants selling their wares in an open air setting, including Gullah ladies weaving the ever famous sweetgrass baskets. The street is also lined with specialty shops and restaurants. ( Full article is @ http://bit.ly/29F9Fq1 )
Market Street between Meeting and East Bay Streets
Charleston, SC 29401
Dating back to c. 1741, Middleton is a National Historic Landmark with an Inn, restaurant, America's oldest landscaped Gardens and Stableyard demonstrations of life in the 18th century. The magnitude of this plantation is awe-inspiring!
Open daily 9am – 5pm except Christmas. Adults $25, children 7-15 $5, under 7 yrs free.
This section on East Bay Street, built between the 1720's-1790's, was considered the 'slum' area of Charleston after the Civil War. It was renovated in the early 1900's and given Caribbean colors that are still seen today. This stretch of East Bay Street has been dubbed 'Rainbow Row' and has become a familiar 'face' of Charleston.
99-101 East Bay Street
The " Distinguished Gentleman" Barber shop - A Gem! Snip snip!
Nothing says the south to me then this, an old pick-up truck, Ford. Charleston is a delight.