We were in town to do some research on ancestors. I have many buried in the cemetery here. The staff in the office was very helpful giving us the maps and books to find the graves. They set us up on a conference table, and let us spend as much time as we needed.
The steeple of this beautiful and well-maintained Episcopal Church can be seen from most parts of Charleston. Built before the Revolutionary War, it is a perfect example of church architecture from that period. The graveyard that surrounds the church is like a history book waiting to tell its story. If I remember correctly, it has two parishioners who signed the... 更多
Walking around downtown Charleston, SC, we meandered into the open doors of this beautiful, historic church. Lovely to see, but we really enjoyed the warm hospitable conversation with volunteers from the church who welcomed us & shared some of the history ( one of the oldest in Charleston?) What a delight!!
Beautiful church in the center of the historic district. This is a great spot to visit. One of the many beautiful and interesting churches you can visit while you are in town.
Big old church. Walked the grounds which is interesting cemetery and then walked in. Had two people there to give history, etc if you wanted. It is not an elaborate church but a very majestic place. Nice to see quickly
This is a beautiful church inside and out. The cemetery is very old and is the burial site of Charles Pinckney (signer of the constitution and 8th Governor of South Carolina) and Thomas Pinckney (7th Governor of South Carolina).
Very fine colonial church. Great organ. Well maintained. Interesting 'friends' (born in Charleston) and separate 'strangers' cemeteries (not born in Charleston-- where Calhoun is buried. Well worth a stop--check opening times during the week.
very nice Church at the foot of Church Street. Mid 19th century church exhibits original furnishing, bright interior. We were told that it is not often open to the public but well worth the time to visit when it is