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stephanie from Nixa asked

What would you recommend as far as must see places and best places to eat?

We are traveling in late May and looking for unique experiences and unforgettable food options? Haven’t traveled in ages and would love recommendations for a causal night out and memorable night out. Thank you.

Charleston (South Carolina)   Folly Beach (South Carolina)

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If you're staying in Folly and want unique but casual I would go get some oysters and beers at Bowen's Island Restaurant between Folly and the mainland (James Island). If you want memorable SNOBS or any other of a hundred restaurants are good downtown. In May you might find one of the rooftop bars with a view of the harbor. As far as must sees, there are all the historical attractions, Fort Sumter National MonumentFort MoultrieFort JohnsonFriends of the Hunley is pretty cool. You can walk to plenty of attractions such as the Old Exchange and Provost Dungeon and Historic Charleston City Market. Grab brunch at Fleet Landing. Then there are plantation tours up about any river. Charleston Tea Plantation at Wadmalaw. Shem Creek is fun. Plenty of options.

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Great thank you! Much appreciated

Mentioned in this answer:

  1. Bowen's Island Restaurant (restaurant)
  2. James Island (attraction)
  3. Fort Sumter National Monument (attraction)
  4. Fort Moultrie (attraction)
  5. Fort Johnson (tourist attraction)
  6. Friends of the Hunley (attraction)
  7. Old Exchange and Provost Dungeon (museum)
  8. Historic Charleston City Market (attraction)
  9. Fleet Landing (restaurant)
  10. Charleston Tea Plantation (restaurant)
  11. Shem Creek (attraction)
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