- Follow 300 years of Federal, Greek Revival, Georgian, and Victorian architectural design and development in the historic district of Charleston. Knowledgeable guides explain building styles, historic traditions, and preservation techniques for many of the city's 18th and 19th-century churches, homes, and public buildings - many have survived wars and natural disasters. Some of the landmarks included in the tours are St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Dock Street Theatre, Catfish Row, Circular Congregational Church, Hibernian Society Hall and White Point Gardens. Visitors can also enjoy the Georgian Weekend tour package featuring 18th-century furniture and paintings. -Natasha Lawrence
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