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Category: Attractions/Entertainment
Address: 83-107 E Bay St
Charleston, South Carolina, US
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19 weddings

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Charleston Wedding In October
Charleston   |   October, 2013   |   Attraction

"Quintessestial Charleston!"

Charleston Wedding In October
Charleston   |   October, 2012   |   Attraction

"Very cool multi colored houses. Rainbow Row is the subject of many famous pictures of Charleston."

Charleston Wedding In October
Charleston   |   October, 2011   |   Attraction

"This section on East Bay Street, built between the 1720's-1790's, was considered the 'slum' area of Charleston after the Civil War. It was renovated in the early 1900's and given Caribbean colors that are still seen today. This stretch of East Bay Street has been dubbed 'Rainbow Row' and has become a familiar 'face' of Charleston."

Charleston Wedding In November
Charleston   |   November, 2010   |   Attraction

"These old row houses are very popular to Charleston. They represent the very first style of Charleston homes and are portrayed in the story of Porgie and Bess. You'll see pictures of Rainbow Row throughout your stay in Charleston."

Charleston Wedding In October
Charleston   |   October, 2010   |   Attraction

"Rainbow Row is the name for a series of colorful historic houses in Charleston, South Carolina. The houses are located north of Tradd St. and south of Elliot St. on East Bay Street. It is referred to as Rainbow Row for the pastel colors used to paint all of the houses. It is a common tourist attraction and is one of the most photographed parts of Charleston."

Charleston Wedding In July
Charleston   |   July, 2010   |   Attraction

"This is just one stop along a great walking area of Charleston. To the northeast is Waterfront Park, slightly to the north is the market, and everything south and west is historical downtown Charleston."

Charleston Wedding In June
Charleston   |   June, 2010   |   Attraction

"These homes have been in existence since the mid- 1700's. These old row houses are very popular to Charleston. They represent the very first style of Charleston homes and are portrayed in the story of Porgie and Bess. You'll see pictures of Rainbow Row throughout your stay in Charleston."

Meredith and Caleb's Wedding
Charleston   |   July, 2009   |   Attraction

"One of Charleston's most famous sights."

Cynthia and Edward's Wedding
Charleston   |   May, 2009   |   Attraction

"These old row houses are very popular to Charleston. They represent the very first style of Charleston homes!"

Alison and Brian's Wedding
Charleston   |   April, 2009   |   Attractions

"83-107 East Bay Street Concern for the needless destruction of historical buildings inspired the forming of the Society for Preservation of Old Dwelling Houses, in 1920, still functioning today as the Preservation Society. In 1931 Dorothy Legge purchased 99 and 101 East Bay, beginning the renovation of the area between Tradd and Elliot Streets. Originally these mid-1700 homes had been the center of commerce; merchants had stores on the first floor and lived on the floors above. Neglect over time left these valuable buildings in a state of disrepair. The purchase and restoration by Mrs. Legge inspired others, and today this beautiful array of homes is known as "Rainbow Row". These old row houses are very popular to Charleston. They represent the very first style of Charleston homes and are portrayed in the story of Porgie and Bess."

Mary and John's Wedding: Charleston, SC
Charles Towne LNDG State Park, United States   |   October, 2008   |   Fort Sumter: Point of Interest

"Concern for the needless destruction of historical buildings inspired the forming of the Society for Preservation of Old Dwelling Houses, in 1920, still functioning today as the Preservation Society. In 1931 Dorothy Legge purchased 99 and 101 East Bay, beginning the renovation of the area between Tradd and Elliot Streets. Originally these mid-1700 homes had been the center of commerce; merchants had stores on the first floor and lived on the floors above. Neglect over time left these valuable buildings in a state of disrepair. The purchase and restoration by Mrs. Legge inspired others, and today this beautiful array of homes is known as "Rainbow Row". These old row houses are very popular to Charleston. They represent the very first style of Charleston homes and are portrayed in the story of Porgie and Bess. You'll see pictures of Rainbow Row throughout your stay in Charleston."

Charleston Wedding In September
Charleston   |   September, 2008   |   Attraction

"This group of brightly painted restored houses, known as Rainbow Row, features Caribbean influenced colors."

Charleston Wedding In June
Charleston   |   June, 2007   |   Attraction

"One of the most picturesque blocks in downtown."

Charleston Wedding In March
Charleston, SC   |   March, 2007   |   Attraction

"This is one of the most photographed sites in Charleston, it's a row of houses built in the 1700s that are painted with various colors in the rainbow."

Charleston Wedding In October
Charleston   |   October, 2012   |   Attraction

Charleston Wedding In January
charleston, north carolina   |   January, 2012   |   Attraction

Charleston Wedding In April
Charleston   |   April, 2011   |   Attraction

Carrie and Moose's Wedding
Charleston   |   November, 2010   |   Attraction

Charleston Wedding In December
Charleston   |   December, 2007   |   Attraction

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Rainbow Row

83-107 E Bay St
Charleston, South Carolina, US

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