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3-Day Family Itinerary

Uncover the history and charm of Charleston with our 3-day family Itinerary. From getting up close and personal with fascinating sea creatures to splashing in fountains overlooking the Charleston harbor, there are countless opportunities to create long lasting memories in the Holy City.

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Day 1: Morning

Begin your day with a delightful La Patisserie breakfast, savoring expertly crafted lattes and enjoying delectably satisfying pastries. Explore the South Carolina Aquarium, immersing yourself in the company of thousands of animals and waterfront views. Visit the Sea Turtle hospital and make sure to dedicate time to the Touch Tank, where you can encounter hermit crabs, horseshoe crabs, and stingrays.

Family in pool

Day 1: Afternoon

Following a bustling morning, relish a lunch at Gabrielle before retreating to the rooftop pool for a relaxing afternoon. Parents can savor poolside cocktails from Fiat Lux amidst breathtaking skyline views of Charleston, while children can delight in swimming and splashing in our heated waters.

Baseball staduim

Day 1: Evening

Soak in the excitement as you cheer for The Riverdogs, the hometown baseball team, at their picturesque marsh-front stadium, The Joe, located near the Citadel. The team is renowned for hosting entertaining theme nights, including dazzling fireworks shows, appealing to both kids and parents alike.


Day 2: Morning

Fuel up with breakfast from Gabrielle before making your way across the Ravenel Bridge to Patriot’s Point where kids can explore retired naval warships including the USS Yorktown, climb into fighter planes, and visit the Medal of Honor Museum. Education and experience abound here, and kids under 6 are free.


Day 2: Afternoon

Experience the refined elegance of Afternoon Tea at Camellias in Hotel Bennett, Charleston, SC. Immerse yourself in pink and pastel as you savor a selection of meticulously curated teas accompanied by an array of exquisite pastries and finger sandwiches. You may even catch a glimpse of a real-life Princess.


Day 2: Evening

Just a brief walk from the hotel lies Hutson's Alley, a charming hub featuring a diverse array of restaurants and bars. Nestled in a historic warehouse, Coast offers an ideal option for families seeking classic Lowcountry cuisine in a relaxed setting. For those feeling adventurous after dinner, delve into Charleston's eerie history with a ghost tour, exploring some of the city's reputedly most haunted sites.

Fort Sumter

Day 3: Afternoon

Experience the beauty of Charleston from the water during a 30-minute boat ride to Fort Sumter, where the chance of spotting dolphins adds an extra thrill. Spend the afternoon exploring the historic Fort Sumter, where the first shots of the Civil War were fired. Kids can immerse themselves in the historical site, perhaps even imagining themselves firing a colossal cannon.


Day 3: Morning

Explore a short distance up King Street to savor breakfast at Callie's Hot Little Biscuits, a quintessential Southern establishment offering an array of homemade biscuits, both savory and sweet. Afterwards, venture to Waterfront Park, where you can unwind on expansive porch swings, and the little ones can enjoy the central splash pad for a refreshing break. As you stroll towards Rainbow Row at the opposite end, revel in abundant green spaces and captivating views. A playground along the way ensures ample opportunities for the little ones to expend some energy.


Day 3: Evening

Conclude your journey with a plentiful family dinner at Gabrielle. Parents can savor a carefully chosen bottle of wine, while kids might be requesting an extra round of Truffle Parmesan Fries before treating themselves to one of Chef Remy's renowned desserts.