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Popular Attractions near Fort Sumter National Monument

If you're a first time visitor to Fort Sumter National Monument, you might prefer a more touristy area, but if you're a solo traveler, a local neighborhood could be more interesting. Some areas have lots of things to do within walking distance, but it may be more expensive. To give you a starting point for your trip research, we looked at what people say about attractions near Fort Sumter National Monument.

What are some good attractions near Fort Sumter National Monument?

Here are some of the most recommended attractions near Fort Sumter National Monument.

Fort Moultrie
1214 Middle St Charleston County, SC

(843) 883-3123
Fort Sumter National Monument
1214 Middle Street Sullivan's Island, SC

(843) 883-3123
Angel Oak Tree
Folly Beach
Shem Creek
Coleman Blvd. Mt. Pleasant, SC
Patriots Point
40 Patriots Point Rd Charleston County, SC

(843) 884-2727
Mt Pleasant
Mt. Pleasant, SC
The Battery
Charleston, SC
Factors Walk Horizontal Property
5 Middle Atlantic Wharf Charleston, SC

(843) 577-5285
Rainbow Row
83 E Bay St Charleston, SC
White Point Garden
2 Murray Blvd Charleston, SC

(843) 724-7327
Waterfront Park
Concord St Charleston, SC
Charleston Sole
122 E Bay St Charleston, SC
Calhoun Mansion
16 Meeting St Charleston, SC


Here's what Trippy members had to say about attractions:

"As far as must sees, there are all the historical attractions, Fort Sumter National MonumentFort Moultrie National Historical ParkFort Johnson."  See More

"You can easily spend a few days just walking around downtown - parking at the Battery is free and its a good starting point to walk toward Rainbow Row, down East Bay St, to Waterfront Park and turn off to the Charleston City Market."  See More

"Also, I suggest visiting nearby Folly Beach for a great beach day!"  See More

"Boys- Patriots Point, Girls- King Street for shopping."  See More

"You can take a carriage ride around the city, take a boat out to Fort Sumter National Monument and just stroll down The Battery and look at the beautiful houses."  See More

"Factors Walk and River Street have a fun, vaguely pirate-y atmosphere at night."  See More

"Rainbow Row and Slave Market."  See More

"White Point Garden- Nice seaside park for a bike ride, a picnic ,or a stroll."  See More

"Charleston Sole will give you a great understanding of the city and well worth it."  See More

"Calhoun Mansion would be a nice one to tour."  See More

Where can I find out more about Fort Sumter National Monument?

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