Less than 10 miles away from the hotel. Experience the perfect blend of coastal charm and urban convenience when you stay with us at Holiday Inn Charleston Riverview.
The cultural heart of Charleston since 1807. From eclectic shops to local flavors, indulge in the best of Charleston's culture and commerce during your stay with us.
Embark on a journey through the rich tapestry of African American history at the International African American Museum.
A must see attraction for anyone visiting Charleston. Tour where America’s deadliest war began and explore the exhibits to understand how the Civil War started.
Discover inspiration and creativity within the walls of Gibbes Museum of Art.
The Charleston Gaillard Center is your gateway to unforgettable performances and cultural events. From captivating concerts to mesmerizing shows, experience a world of entertainment and artistry.
Located on the Ashley River, Magnolia Plantation and Gardens is one of the oldest plantations in the South. Stroll through these historic gardens, learn about the horticulture and nature thriving in the Lowcountry, survey the wildlife that call Magnolia home, and explore over 300 years of history.
Take a tour and learn about the history of Boone Hall and experience the beauty of its gardens.
Along the banks of Ashley River, you can find tranquility in one of America’s oldest landscaped gardens.
Also known as The Military College of South Carolina, stands as a historic institution with a legacy of academic rigor and leadership development. A short drive away, explore a campus rich in tradition.
Located in the heart of Charleston, the College of Charleston is a renowned public liberal arts institution. About 5 to 7 minutes away from the hotel.
One mile from the hotel, you’ll find the Joseph P. Riley, Jr. Park, a baseball stadium named after Charleston’s longest serving mayor and home to the Charleston RiverDogs minor league baseball team.
A live music venue promoting the finest local, regional and national music and entertainment acts.
A live music venue centrally located in the Upper King Street area of Historic Downtown Charleston. This versatile space combines historical elegance with modern functionality.
Charleston Pour House is a vibrant venue of live music, community, and creativity. The iconic space sets the stage for nights filled with diverse sounds, talented artists and a welcoming atmosphere.
Overlooking Charleston Harbor and Cooper Park on the eastern coast of the peninsula, this expansive waterfront green space is perfect for laidback strolls and picnics. Also, don’t forget about the pineapple fountain!