A city with a tumultuous past that spans over 300 years, Charleston is haunted by the restless spirits of its former residents. Find out the ghosts stories that haunt this historic city.
While Charleston is known for its historic district, the city also has pristine beaches nearby perfect for escaping the crowds. From Isle of Palms to Folly Beach, see the city’s best beaches.
Want to experience all Charleston has to offer? Stay in the heart of the city. But you might not want to leave these hotels that offer historic charm, modern luxury and true Southern hospitality.
A foodie heaven, Charleston’s dining scene just keeps on getting hotter and hotter. Get a taste of the lowcountry at the city’s top restaurants serving mouthwatering, locally sourced cuisine.
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.
View behind-the-scenes photos from the Charleston episode of Bizarre Foods America, including pictures of McCrady's restaurant, Scott's BBQ, Chef Sean Brock, a chicken feet dish and an Ossabaw pig.
Historic downtown Charleston, SC, is the place to be -- but don’t worry, we’ve listed a few hotels on the outskirts of the city as well. See our Oyster.com picks for Charleston-area hotels.
Go behind the scenes as Zak, Nick and Aaron (and 2 lucky fans) investigate the site of the first US female serial killer's public execution.
Adam goes oyster-harvesting, eats at Hominy Grill and challenges himself to a spicy tuna hand roll challenge at Bushido Japanese Restaurant. Check out the Charleston Chow Down Slideshow.
Charleston is a gorgeous place to visit any time of year. It's just minutes from the beach on Sullivan's Island to great shopping along King Street. See our choices for 13 things to do in Charleston.