We absolutely loved our time in the dreamy city of Charleston. The art, the views, the greenery, the vibe, the incredible amount of history, the architecture, the people. It was all so much more than we imagined it would be. Here are a few shots from our trip that highlight our favorite parts of the city.
Stunning horses paraded the city throughout the day. Meet Bill.
Rainbow Row is a must see. These homes originally served as a commerce center to serve the wharfs and docks of Charleston.
This gorgeous drive leads to and from the famous, historical Boone Plantation, which is also a definite must-see. Boone Plantation is situated just across the Cooper River in Mount Pleasant. Just a 20 minute drive from the city and every bit worth it.
In 1886, an earthquake hit Charleston and caused a 4 degree tilt east (right in this photo) to this church.
Welkin Coffee was delectable.
Robert Lange Studios is located on Queen St. It is absolutely worth popping in. I mean, there's a swing inside! So fun. Also, as soon as we walked in, this sweet little artist was handed a "junior artist" notepad to draw in while we perused. We totally felt welcomed in this gallery, even with our two busy babes.
And food. 82 Queen was hands down our favorite restaurant. We stopped in for lunch and the entire experience was enjoyable. We have several allergies in our family and the staff was completely accommodating.
I must share that I tested out my recently created Fall capsule wardrobe while in Charleston. And I'm totally pleased with the outfits I was able to put together with just a few pieces!
Sunset at Waterfront Park.
Our week in Charleston was pretty perfect. There was so much more to do than we had time for and we saw so much more than I included in this post. If Charleston isn't on your list of places to do, put it on there and move it to the top!