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Photo Credit: Robbie Silver Photography

Welcome to Charleston Sole

Photo Credit: Carissa Graham Photography

All About Charleston


Discover all the ins and outs of Charleston while hearing stories they don’t print in the history books! We will stroll through the streets and alleyways of the city taking you back through time. Some sites included are the Old Exchange Building, Dock Street Theatre, Old Slave Mart Museum, St. Michael’s Church, Nathaniel Russell House garden, Waterfront Mansions on the Battery and Rainbow Row.

Explore the Holy City’s history, lore and legends from the ground up with Historic Charleston’s most unique walking tour, Charleston Sole. Get to know the City from the unique perspective of Charleston-native Brian Simms, who will guide you on a memorable two-hour walking tour that includes an introduction to some of our most celebrated landmarks and hidden gems that make Charleston such a special place to visit. We look forward to showing you the sights of our beautiful city, and creating an experience you will remember for years to come!

Photo Credit: Carissa Graham Photography


Photo Credit: Carissa Graham Photography


"Skip the carriage ride and take a walk with Brian!"

If you want more than a brief glance of the highlights of Charleston then join Brian on a tour. You’ll get an up close and personal insight into the architecture, bricks, churches, cobblestones and historical figures that built this city. Not only is this tour cheaper than the carriage ride, there is no waiting and you’ll get to spend a couple of hours with one of the nicest guys you’ve ever meet. It is rare to encounter an individual with as much knowledge, passion and the ability to share this information than Brian has about his beloved Charleston.

- Barry

South Carolina

"Charleston Sole was the best part about our trip!"

Fin was such a great guide and he was extremely knowledgeable about the historic city. I recommend this tour to anyone visiting Charleston. We were only here for a day and this was the best way to learn and see as much as possible in the shortest time.

- Charles

   Jacksonville, FL

"Footsteps through southern history"

Tour was lead by an experienced, friendly and knowledgeable guide.

Great historical perspective, left us wanting to learn more. Well paced.

- Beth

   Detroit, MI

Photo Credit: Carissa Graham Photography

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