Aiken-Rhett House was by far my favorite house (of four total)! This is kept in conservation mode, so if you are looking for beautiful furniture and wall coverings, this is not your place. It is also a self-guided audio tour, so if you like to...更多
A house which is being maintained and kept to illustrate the life of people in Charleston back in the nineteenth century. You have the opportunity to view a number of rooms, both above and below stairs, the master and the servant.
So we went here on a rainy day. We wondered... Should we do Aiken-Rhett House or Nathaniel Russell House? Answer: both. Look... I wouldn't suggest that you tour 5 or 6 houses, but two is reasonable and these two give a great contrast and diversity...更多
This is the sister house to the Nathaniel Russell House but offers a more detailed tour into the home life of historic Charleston residents. This house is preserved and not resorted, so it can be a bit creepy if it is not sunny outside, the...更多
This mansion has a beautifully restored exterior but is completely unique in leaving the interior unrestored to a particular time in it's grand history. It's self guided with earphones describing all the important details. There are still guides that you can ask questions too as...更多
We had a fabulous visit to the Aiken-Rhett House. You go through the house at your own pace with your own headset leading the way through the home and adjacent slave quarters. As they have kept it preserved in time, it was somewhat eerie to...更多