“During the month of January 2018, enjoy access to participating Museum Mile sites with the purchase of one low ticket price! With the Museum Mile Month pass, you can spend an entire month learning about Charleston’s rich history and culture while visiting sites in the order that best fits your schedule.
Participating sites include:
- Aiken-Rhett House Museum
- The Charleston Museum
- Children’s Museum of the Lowcountry – Must be with a child (10 and under) to be admitted
- Gibbes Museum of Art
- Joseph Manigault House
- Confederate Museum
- The Powder Magazine
- Old Slave Mart Museum
- Heyward-Washington House
- Nathaniel Russell House Museum
- The Old Exchange and Provost Dungeon
- Edmondston-Alston House
Tickets ordered in advance can be mailed to your door or you may request to have them held for pick up at The Charleston Museum, the Heyward-Washington House or the Joseph Manigault House.
PLEASE NOTE: Purchases can be made in advance online until 12/31/2017. During January 2018, ticket purchases must be made in person at a Charleston Visitor Center downtown, in North Charleston or in Mount Pleasant. “
The popular ‘Charleston Restaurant Week’ will be offered again thanks to the planning and promotion of the Charleston Restaurant Association (CRA).
This is a wonderful opportunity to taste the world class cuisine of Charleston and the Lowcountry!
Participating restaurants will be offering menus with three items for one price ($20, $30, or $40).
Hotels have special deals, too!
Check out the list of participating restaurants at www.CharlestonRestaurantAssociation.com
Here is an informative blog entry regarding ‘Charleston Restaurant Week’ from Tuesday, August 21st – http://www.charlestonrestaurantassociation.com/news/charleston-restaurant-week-is-september-5-16-participating-restaurants-and-menus-are-being-released-now/
‘Middleton Place will offer 60% OFF general admission to all Charleston tri-county area residents every weekend in January (adults $10, students $6 and children $4). Explore America’s Oldest Landscaped Gardens with overview tours given on the hour from 10:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. and the Plantation Stableyards where craft artisans demonstrating the working life of many slave men and women. The Middleton Place Restaurant, Garden Market & Nursery and Museum Shop will also be open to welcome visitors. The House Museum will be closed from January 17 – 28th. Winter weekends are an exceptionally beautiful time of year to visit Middleton Place with many Camellias and other flowers in bloom.’