It is just a small cemetery and it is an ok walk but you really only see a few graves.The cemetery was grown up alot but just to kill some time it was a nice place to stop before you go back onto the highway.
Amazing to see these beautiful gardens, churches and cemeteries. Meanders about 3 blocks of gorgeous homes, pathways of the past and even a couple museums along the way if you need to get out of the heat! The one gate at St. Phillips cemetery is usually locked (John C Calhoun is here) and you'll have to walk around on Cumberland... 更多
A little hard to locate but worth the hunt! We escaped the Old Market as quickly as possible to say we did it and then walked to this much quieter spot. Interesting tombstones about, spanning centuries. There are lovely gardens throughout, some manicured, some, not so much, but if history, peace, quiet, reflection and natural beauty are your thing, forgo... 更多
This is a private little walk at 161 3/4 King St.through a churchyard. The churchyard is in the style of a wild 19th century English garden. It's really special and you shouldn't miss it. There are number of trees on the walk and I spied a young man on a low-lying branch reading a book. Perhaps he was reading about... 更多
I fell in love with gates and gateways in Charleston, so I specifically looked for such on TA and came across the Gateway Walk. We were actually there in April of 2014, but the review box wouldn't let me choose past July 2014. My husband and I took a walk one afternoon and I found myself in a different world,... 更多
We chose to take this walking tour so my husband could take photographs at his own pace. Beautiful landmarks, fascinating... 更多