This October some of the most impressive residences in historic Charleston will open their doors to the Preservation Society’s Fall Tour of Homes, History, and Architecture. This event gives visitors the unique opportunity to step inside Charleston’s rich history while giving a peek into the city’s present-day charm. No two houses are the same and we guarantee that you’ll want to see as many as you can fit in.
October in Charleston brings breezy mornings and sunny afternoons, perfect for exploring the stately interiors and historic gardens the city has to offer. Each day, the Preservation Society will feature different properties and neighborhoods, practically begging for you to come inside. From self-guided tours of the homes along Charleston’s battery to a closer look into the gardens of historic Ansonborough, the Fall Tour of Homes is a must-see when traveling to Charleston this October. This is your chance to walk through doors you’ve only ever dreamed about, and you won’t want to miss it.
This year, The Preservation Society celebrates the 41st anniversary of the tours. From October 5-29, guests can enjoy the Fall Tour of Homes and explore the private interiors and grounds of some of America’s most distinguished historic residences. Get your tickets here or call (800) 514-3849 for more information. Tours go on rain or shine.
Indulge in gracious Southern hospitality and architectural beauty with a stay at one of Charleston’s most historic inns. The circa 1853 Kings Courtyard Inn is just steps away from the homes on tour and is offering favorable rates from $275 through October. Located in the heart of downtown Charleston, the inn offers rich history, luxurious rooms and suites, daily complimentary breakfast, evening wine and cheese, and 24-hour concierge service. Visit here or call 800-645-6119 to make a reservation.