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122 E Bay St
Charleston, SC 29401, US
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Charleston Wedding In December
Adrienne and Andrew's Wedding
"An interesting tour that gives you a good idea of commerce in Charleston in the colonial era. The dungeon is fake (but they'll tell you about it), but it is an interesting tour."
Lisa and Jake's Wedding
"Few buildings in Charleston, South Carolina reflect the city's early history as dramatically and effectively as the Old Exchange Building and Provost Dungeon. Considered to be one of the three most historically significant Colonial buildings in the United States, the Old Exhange Building is a "must see" when visiting Charleston."
Alison and Brian's Wedding
"Built by the British as the Exchange and Customs House in 1771, American Patriots were held prisoner here during the Revolutionary War, playing a huge role in American history; and is one of the three most historically significant buildings of colonial America."
Charleston Wedding In November
"If its good enough for George Washington, it was even better for us! The only caveat I had about the reception location was your vendors cannot get in until 5pm to set up, but all the vendors we hired were familiar with that policy and made it work. The rental coordinator and staff were very pleasant and easy to work with."
Mary and John's Wedding: Charleston, SC
"Considered to be one of the three most historically significant Colonial buildings in the United States, the Old Exhange Building is a "must see" when visiting Charleston. The Old Exchange is a historic museum open to the public daily from 9am to 5pm, and is available for evening weddings and wedding receptions. During Charles Town's Golden Age in the 1760's and 1770's, when the city was the most prosperous port in the south, the British built the Palladin style Exchange and Customs House. In 1774, Josiah Quincy of Boston wrote of his arrival: "..the new Exchange which fronst the place of my landing made a most notable appearance." The Exchange and Customs House was the commercial, political and social center of Charles Town and the site of many historical gatherings instrumental in leading to our nation's independence."
Charleston Wedding In August
"A dramatic historic building and interactive museum"
Elizabeth and Nevelle's Wedding
"Built by the British as the Exchange and Customs House in 1771, American Patriots were held prisoner in the Provost during the War of Americas' Independence. One of the three most historically significant buildings of colonial America.Call for more information about Educational tours and evening events . Adults $7; 7-12 $3.50; under 6 free."
Amanda and John's Wedding
"Considered to be one of the three most historically significant Colonial buildings in the United States, the Old Exhange Building is a "must see" when visiting Charleston."
Jennifer and Hiep's Wedding
"One of the three most historical sites in the United States. First a city hall, where South Carolina proclaimed independece from Great Britain, then used as a jail by the British."
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Mandy and Jerry's Wedding
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Jessica and Elliott's Wedding
The Old Exchange Building
122 E Bay St
Charleston, SC 29401, US