One of the oldest cities in the country, Charleston is often described as a living museum with its numerous historic sites. Explore the city’s rich past at these historic locations.Filed under:
Charles Pinckney National Historic Site
Visit the home of “the forgotten founder,” Charles Pinckney, an author and signer of the US Constitution. Take the half-mile tour of the Snee Farm just outside Charleston to learn about his life and the slaves that lived and worked on his lowcountry coastal plantation.
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