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The Best of Charleston


Tours begin and end at Washington Park, behind City Hall at 80 Broad Street.

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The Best of Charleston


Tours begin and end at Washington Park, behind City Hall at 80 Broad Street.

Essential Charleston

Uncover the character and charm of America's most scenic and historic city with your acclaimed tour guide, Joyce Weir, whose knowledge of Charleston traditions, heralded events, architecture, and cultural heritage is unsurpassed.

Historic appeal is well known in celebrated Charleston. She boasts the largest historic district in the United States. Charleston is best explored by foot and the Holy City’s history, full of mystery, romance and southern charm, makes for an amazing walking tour.

Sites include:

  • The High Battery Wall, visual tours of Ft. Sumter & Ft. Moultrie
  • White Point Gardens
  • Exchange & Provost Dungeon
  • Colonial Churches
  • Rainbow Row
  • The Four Corners of Law
  • Colorful Gardens
  • French Quarter
  • Cobblestone Streets
  • Dock Street Theater
  • Hidden Passageways
  • African-American History known as Gullah
  • Historic Graveyards & Cemetaries
  • Pre-Revolutionary Homes
  • South of Broad
  • Antebellum Mansions

We offer a variety of small group tours daily. We are educators who are eager to share unique stories and acumen with you.

Have a camera? Iphone? Ipad? Photo tips make this tour invaluable.

Your Guide


Joyce Weir and Charleston are a powerful combination.

Your Guide


Joyce Weir and Charleston are a powerful combination.

 Joyce Weir

Joyce Weir

Known for her clear and correct knowledge of the history of Charleston and its remarkable history, architecture, and preservation, Joyce Weir, is the tour guide who shows you remarkable insight to Charleston. Whether you are a long time resident or newcomer, her passion for history, photography, and especially Charleston is an assurance of a perfect walk and a unique tour. 

Joyce attended San Francisco State University as a student of photography and graphic design. Her travels through Europe broadened her understanding of art, music, and history and enhanced her knowledge of photography, eventually leading her to Charleston and the cultures of the south. 17 years has passed in fascination.

Joyce offers a comprehensive walking tour with photographic tips and composition for the best shots. The individual instruction you receive will provide you with images of Charleston to share with your family and friends at home.

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