You can find a map online at the Garden Club of Charleston. It basically cuts through the cemeteries of severa churches over a few blocks. We found one block closed off for repairs. And after a detour on the street, the gateway to the famous...更多
On one of our walks on King street we walked into this wonderful unique surprise. Near 194 King street you will find the gates to this Gateway walk. A graveyard with graves from hundreds of years ago to as recent as 2015. Loved it.
There are several reasons to do this walk. One is for the history. The churches, cemeteries, and buildings along the route are part of the history of Charleston. The Circular Congregational Church graveyard is the city's oldest burial grounds with monuments dating from 1695. Two...更多
If you are in Charleston for more than a hurried visit to the most popular sights in the historic district, make the time to take the Gateway Walk . You will see historic Charleston from an entirely different perspective. It's a scenic pathway that begins...更多
So serene and peaceful. A little spooky but really historic and lovely. The grounds are not kept and that contributes to not being able to read many of the tombstones but it also contributes to the atmosphere.