Charleston Walk

  based on 1 review   write a review

58 1/2 Broad St, Charleston, SC, USA

Charleston Walk Reviews

mistyleatherneck mistylea…
67 reviews
Rainbow Row, Charleston, SC. Dec 12, 2002
These row homes are just off Waterfront Park in Charleston Harbor and used to be the location of merchants who ran shops and lived above them. Built in the 1700's, these homes have that hard to replicate look to them that instantly makes you imagine what it was like back during that time period.

Why is it called Rainbow Row? Well it's fairly obvious when you see the bright yellow, pink, green, blue homes. Whether a house was actually pink back then, I am not so sure. But they have maintained there historical value even though people still live in them today. They must maintain there colors and original external and for the most part internal structure.
Rainbow Row, Charleston, S.C. in t…
Join TravBuddy to leave comments, meet new friends and share travel tips!

Related Travel Blogs About Charleston Walk

The secret path
Charleston is a great walking town. I pay a yearly fee to park in a garage on Calhoun St. and walk everywhere. Day or night, business or pleasure. Take the time to walk Charleston at you own pace. …Charleston is a great walking town. I pay a yearly fee to park in a garage on Calhoun St. and walk
Oh, what a gorgeous city!
The alarm clock failed to go off this morning.  I guess we did not set it correctly.  No matter.  The hotel served breakfast until 10 AM - and it was very good! We drove to downtown C…walked down Meeting Street to the Charleston City Market, about 3/4 of a mile at least.  Our next…
Day #3 - Downtown
Hello everyone - This is my take on having a great time in Charleston with recommendations on what you should do while in Charleston to ensure a great vacation.  Thanks for checking it out and I…walking shoes because Charleston is the perfect city to see on foot! From the Market Area to the Battery…

Check Charleston Hotel Deals

Charleston Walk Map
photo by: denisx