North Charleston South Carolina Events

And guess what, a huge boat in Charleston Harbor, and it's just one of the most popular attractions in the city of Charleston.

Climb aboard the stunning Carolina Queen ship to enjoy the view of Charleston Harbor and the beautiful views of the city's historic buildings, and hop aboard her ship for a night of sightseeing, sounds and noises in South Carolina's most famous city. Take Charleston Harbor Tours, or see Charleston Spalls Holiday Walking Tours or buy them in advance. If you want to learn more about Charleston's history but are not willing to spend the money on a tour, you can follow a self-guided tour. Or you can skip it and stick to the "Holiday Dinner Cruise" by Light Shinin.

Some of the above would qualify for inclusion, including a historic Charleston hike, a visit to Fort Sumter and much more.

If you're looking for a fun and free way to spend an afternoon in Charleston during the march, visit Johns Island. Take the opportunity to join the tour and explore some of Charleston's most popular attractions, such as the Enleiche. Read on to compare the best bus trips to Charleston to see which ones to visit at Angel Oak Tree.

The event at the Grand Bohemian Hotel in Charleston will certainly be luxurious and memorable.

For more family-friendly activities in Charleston in March, check out the kids section below and see our article on activities for Charleston Kids. For more free activities in and around Charleston this March and beyond, see the "Free Activities" section above and below.

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To learn more about local food and culture, check out our list of lowcountry foods to learn more about them and try them out. Our guide to "Free Charleston Activities" lists activities and events that don't cost you a dime. Visit the Charleston Gallery Association for a free day of art, music, art galleries and more in the heart of Charleston.

The event is free and public, and the precision exercises, movements and military parade are always a highlight of any family visit. Throughout the day, there are a variety of events open to the public, including a parade, food trucks, live music and more, as well as a free concert and dance party.

Charleston Spalls welcomes visitors to visit the Port of Charleston, and several tour operators run tours from Charleston to Myrtle. There are a number of harbor tours in Charleston so you don't have to get up to have a great view of Charlotte Harbor or get down to have a great view of it.

The Coliseum is home to ECHL, and the South Carolina Stingrays are home to the North Charleston Coliseum's professional football team. It also hosts a number of other professional sports events, as well as a variety of events for children and families. The South Charleston County Convention and Visitors Bureau (SCCVB) is ready to host any event, large or small. In March, some games will be played at the West Carolina Coliseum, such as Charleston's home game against the Charleston Battery and the Carolina RailHawks.

The SC Aquarium houses more than 5,000 animals at the Aquarium at the Wharf, and every two weeks the SCA runs a tour of the South Carolina wildlife population on its Facebook page.

The North Charleston Convention Center Complex, which includes the Performing Arts Center, is one of the largest convention centers in South Carolina and the second largest in the country. It is owned and operated by SMG and offers an area of 40,000 square meters in its indoor trampoline park, and it is located right next to the SC Aquarium at Wharf (which we mentioned earlier), which is actually just a few blocks from the aquarium. The City of NorthCharleston owns and manages its own parks and recreational facilities, including City Park, South Charleston Park and Recreation Center and North Carolina State Park.

The Coliseum is home to ECHL and is normally used by Charleston Southern University for non-conference games that attract an average of 2,500 fans per game, or about 1,000 more than a regular-season game.

The Holiday Pub Crawl takes groups on a hike through historic downtown Charleston to celebrate local food, taste and fun while raising money for the South Carolina Department of Health and Human Services. Firefly Distillery opens its autumn concert series on Saturday.

If you feel like it, book a ticket to one of the many events in northern Charleston this weekend, such as the South Carolina State Fair or the Charleston County Fair.

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