Preservation Society Fall Tours in October

Now in its 46th year, the Preservation Society of Charleston (PSC) presents its Fall Tours of Architecture, History, and Gardens from October 5 – 29, 2022. This year’s Fall Tours offerings are designed to maximize the educational experience for guests while minimizing impacts in the historic district. Join us as we venture into the city’s storied streets, landscapes, and buildings. 

Piazzas and Gardens Tours
Go beyond the garden gate onto the porches and piazzas of some of Charleston’s finest homes. Each tour includes 4-6 private properties in the Historic District. Enjoy going from site to site at your leisure, where docents will provide interpretation. Click here for dates, times, and tickets.

Insider’s Architecture Tours
Step inside some of Charleston’s finest buildings, seldom open to the public. Led by experts such as architects, contractors, or historians, these tours dive deeper into Charleston’s unique architectural styles, preservation ethic, and interior design. Click here for dates, times, and tickets.

Insider’s Garden Tours
Led by experts such as landscape architects, garden designers, and horticulturalists, these tours take guests into some of Charleston’s most beautiful private gardens. Learn more about the city’s rich horticultural history and diverse flora and faunaClick here for dates, times, and tickets.

Specialty Tours
Led by a Preservation Society staff member or noted expert in their field, Specialty Tours are designed to provide a closer look at the Preservation Society’s advocacy work, preservation initiatives, and mission. Each tour is unique and space is limited. Click here for topics, dates, times, and tickets.

Historic Walking Tours
Traverse the streets of Charleston while learning more about the historical events, people, and cultures that have shaped our city. This year’s walking tours explore a wide variety of subjects and are all led by professional, certified tour guides. Click here for dates, times, and tickets.

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