Charleston Attractions

Whether you’re visiting the area for business, group events, or pleasure, The North Charleston Inn provides guests with comfortable accommodations near all of Charleston’s best attractions.

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Cypress Gardens

(30 minutes from the North Charleston Inn)

This swamp garden was used as a freshwater reserve for a rice plantation, and was then given to the city in 1963. Today, the giant cypress trees draped with Spanish moss provide an unforgettable setting for flat-bottom boats that glide among their knobby roots. Enjoy a walk through the butterfly house. Follow the footpaths in the garden and enjoy the abundance of azaleas, camellias, daffodils, and other colorful blooms. Visitors share the swamp with alligators, woodpeckers, wood ducks, otters, barred owls, and other species. The gardens are worth a visit at any time of year.

Charleston Tea Plantation

(30 minutes from the North Charleston Inn)

Home to the American Classic Tea, Charleston Tea Plantation is located on picturesque Wadmalaw Island in the heart of South Carolina’s Lowcountry.  The Charleston Tea Plantation is a working Tea Factory on 127 acres.  Guests can tour the plantation, enjoy the gift shop as well as an educational Trolley Tour that explores the scenic grounds that produce American Classic Tea.