Discover Charleston2018-12-14T13:50:11-04:00

Project Description

Discover Charleston Featuring The Hunley

Discover Charleston & The Hunley

$129per person

A mere two-hour drive away is the historic city of Charleston. Uncover the charm and character of this scenic and historic city with our local expert guide, whose knowledge of Charleston traditions, heralded events, architecture, and cultural heritage is unsurpassed. Delight in an included lunch at a Charleston Landmark: Hyman’s Restaurant. Free time for shopping on Market Street before we head to the Warren Lasch Conservation Center for one of the most unique visitor experiences available in Charleston – The Hunley. On February 17th, 1864, the H. L. Hunley became the first successful combat submarine in world history with the sinking of the USS Housatonic. After completing her mission, she mysteriously vanished only to be rediscovered in 1995 and raised in 2000. Emerse yourself in the history of this remarkable vessel and her crew and discover the fascinating discoveries resulting from forensic science, archaeology, and conservation.

PRICE $129 Per Person

TRIP# 12918

INCLUDED

  • Roundtrip Transportation

  • Lunch at Hyman’s Restaurant

  • Free time to shop on Market Street

  • Admission to the Warren Lasch Conservation Center to see The Hunley

A mere two-hour drive away is the historic city of Charleston. Uncover the charm and character of this scenic and historic city with our local expert guide, whose knowledge of Charleston traditions, heralded events, architecture, and cultural heritage is unsurpassed. Delight in an included lunch at a Charleston Landmark: Hyman’s Restaurant. Free time for shopping on Market Street before we head to the Warren Lasch Conservation Center for one of the most unique visitor experiences available in Charleston – The Hunley. On February 17th, 1864, the H. L. Hunley became the first successful combat submarine in world history with the sinking of the USS Housatonic. After completing her mission, she mysteriously vanished only to be rediscovered in 1995 and raised in 2000. Emerse yourself in the history of this remarkable vessel and her crew and discover the fascinating discoveries resulting from forensic science, archaeology, and conservation.