-Be outdoorsy! Head to Crooked Creek Park or Magnolia Plantation and enjoy the natural beauty that surrounds you.
-Go for a walk in Charleston’s Historic District and take in the historic architecture, old churches, restaurants, theaters, and more. You can also find street art incorporated into many of the buildings’ facades.
-Take advantage of all that culture has to offer by visiting one of Charleston’s museums including Colonial Michiel House Museum where exhibits detail life during those times; Gibbes Museum of Art which features permanent collections from modern European artists such as Pablo Picasso and Henri Matisse; or Lowndes Grove Plantation which is home to antique furnishings, personal effects, talented craftsmen demonstrations like blacksmithing, and a Revolutionary War-era farm.
-Take the kids to explore Charleston’s Waterfront Park which features an aquarium; play in the fountains at The Market Pavilion; or enjoy rides on one of the many ferries that depart from this park.
You can also spend time with family and friends by taking them out for dinner at a fast-food chain of your choice.