Charleston, SC (AP) Charleston’s Scenic and Cultural District is about as tourist-friendly as it gets, with few signs of the city’s boom-and-bust culture.
But it also has plenty of attractions that appeal to locals and tourists alike.
In fact, if you’ve never been to Charleston, there’s plenty to see.
The Scenic & Cultural District offers everything from a beautiful downtown park to an outdoor amphitheater.
The city’s main attractions are also a good deal cheaper than in New York and Los Angeles, so if you’re looking for something a bit different, it’s probably a good place to start.
Charleston’s most popular attractions: The Scenics & Caves: This underground cavern is home to more than 40 underground caves, one of which is the largest.
There’s also a huge outdoor amphitheatres, which are like giant water slides, where you can get a great view of the ocean.
The cave is about 1,400 feet deep, and it’s the place to be if you want to spend an afternoon.
The Great Waterfall: This massive waterfall that rises about 15 feet above the earth is also a great place to watch the ocean as it drops in and out of the water.
There are four levels of access: The top level is free, but it has a long, steep path with a waterfall and a rope bridge that can be very slippery.
The second level is $5.00 for a pass, which allows you to climb the steps.
You can also pay to ride the boat down.
The third level is about $20, and the fourth level is the most expensive, with a $35.00 entrance fee.
The Grand Canyon: This 3.5-mile-long waterfall that drops about 4,000 feet into the canyon is a popular tourist attraction.
The canyon is full of cascades, and visitors have been known to go up there to watch them.
It’s also one of the most popular spots to take pictures, with many photographers documenting it in their Instagram accounts.
The Big Sky Park: This popular destination is about two hours outside of Charleston, and offers a wide array of activities, including a water park, a dog park, and a playground.
There is a small waterfall at the park, too.
If you’re staying in the area, the best time to visit is in late August, when the weather is nice.
The South Carolina Botanical Garden: The state’s botanical garden is located at the entrance of the Charleston metro area.
The gardens are open for visitors to visit from June through October, and they’re well-known for its spectacular blooms.
They also have several free tours, including one on a guided tour of the gardens and another on a tour of one of its trees.
The Georgia State Fairgrounds: The Savannah State Fairground is the main attraction for the Savannah Riverwalk, a four-mile stretch of waterway that runs through the city.
It is located in the heart of downtown and attracts a lot of tourists.
You’ll find many attractions like a carnival, a children’s theme park, an amphitheatre, and an amphitrust.
The Savannah River Walk: A 5.8-mile loop is a great way to see the Savannah and the surrounding area, with several attractions, including the Waterfront Trail and a childrens amusement park.
If your goal is to see a show, the Savannah Convention Center and the Georgia Museum of Art are two good options.
There also is the Chattahoochee River and Chattahoocheck Canal, which can be accessed by boats.
The Mississippi River, which connects Savannah to Mobile, also offers an amazing water experience, with swimming, boating, kayaking, and river tours.
You should also visit the Mississippi River’s northernmost tributaries, the Black and Red rivers, which offer spectacular views.
The National Gallery of Art: There are also many galleries in Charleston that are open to the public.
For example, you can see paintings, sculptures, prints, and more.
If the National Gallery is closed for a certain day, you’ll also be able to see some of the best works of art at the local museum.
If there’s an exhibition that you’re interested in, you might want to check it out while it’s open.
The Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture: This museum is one of several that are located in downtown Charleston.
They are housed in a historic building that dates back to the 1850s.
It has many exhibits that can’t be seen anywhere else in town, including an African American history exhibit.
The museum is also the home to a national archive, which has more than 5,000 items that were created in the 20th century.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture: Charleston has one of those big agricultural communities that you get a little taste of in the U. S. Department OF Agriculture