Best Places to Visit in South Carolina

Best Places to Visit in South Carolina

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3 Popular Attractions In South Carolina

  • Broadway at the Beach: Shopping center in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina.
  • South Carolina Facts:

    • The Black River Swamp Preserve is located near Andrews. This slow-moving river is characterized by high concentrations of organic carbon, which accounts for the tea-colored water and gives rise to the diverse habitats in its widespread floodplain.
    • Johnston is known as the Peach Capital of the World.
    • Little River is the Gateway to the Grand Strand. Giant moss-covered oak trees, that are centuries old, line its waterfront and many streets!
    • The poinsettia is called after South Carolinian Joel Roberts Poinsett, the US's initial ambassador to Mexico. He presented the plant to the US when he sent samplings of the beautiful red as well as eco-friendly plant to his greenhouse in South Carolina 1825.
    • The first shot to be fired in the Civil War was fired by Citadel Cadets stationed on Morris Island.
    Charleston, South Carolina
    City of Charleston
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    From top, left-to-right: Rainbow Row, The Battery, Magnolia Plantation and Gardens, Waterfront Park, downtown on King Street, and Arthur Ravenel Jr. Bridge.
    Flag of Charleston, South Carolina

    Official seal of Charleston, South Carolina


    “The Holy City,[1] Geechie City,
    Port City

    Ædes Mores Juraque Curat (Latin for “She Guards Her Temples, Customs, and Laws”)[a]
    Charleston is located in South Carolina

    Location within South Carolina

    Charleston is located in the United States

    Location within the United States


    32°47′00″N 79°56′00″W / 32.78333°N 79.93333°W / 32.78333; -79.93333Coordinates: 32°47′00″N 79°56′00″W / 32.78333°N 79.93333°W / 32.78333; -79.93333 Country United States State South Carolina Historic colony Colony of South Carolina Counties Charleston, Berkeley Named for Charles II of England Government

    •Type Mayor–councilMayor John Tecklenburg (D) Area

    City 135.10sqmi (349.92km2) •Land 114.76sqmi (297.24km2) •Water 20.34sqmi (52.68km2) 14.51% Elevation

    20ft (6m) Population

    City 150,277 •Rank SC: 1st; US: 200th •Density 1,198.69/sqmi (462.81/km2) •Urban

    548,404 (US: 76th) •MSA

    799,636[5] (US: 74th) •Demonym

    Charlestonian Time zone UTC-05:00 (EST) •Summer (DST) UTC-04:00 (EDT) ZIP Codes
    29401, 29403, 29405, 29407, 29409, 29412, 29414, 29424, 29425, 29455, 29492
    Area code 843 and 854 FIPS code 45-13330 GNIS feature ID 1221516[6] Website


    Welcome to our top 10 best places to visit in South Carolina.

    South Carolina has miles of beaches, scenic islands and pleasant year-round weather making it a popular vacation destination.
    South Carolina is also famous for its historical attractions and southern charm.

    Here are our top 10 places you must visit in South Carolina:
    10. Hilton Head
    9. Congaree National Park
    8. Columbia
    7. Greenville
    6. Caesars Head State Park
    5. Pawleys Island
    4. Cypress Gardens
    3. Beaufort
    2. Myrtle Beach
    1. Charleston

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