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Grab Cheap Flight Tickets to Charleston

Reasons to Book Cheap Charleston Flights

Charleston is the oldest and second-largest city in the U.S. state of South Carolina, and is the county seat of Charleston County. It is a quirky cocktail of holy religiousness, commercial excellence and historical lordship that dates back to a time when the Americas were still nascent to the idea of being united as a nation. This coastline city wows its visitors by its historical architecture that relates to Colonial, Georgian, Federal, Greek revival, Italianate and Victorian styles, and offers a screenshot of the older times.

Charleston Museum

Founded in 1773 AD, Charlestown Museum is the first museum in the United States. It has an extensive collection of decorative arts and 300 year old artifacts relating to local history like firearms, furniture and needleworks. The star attraction here is the only known fossil of the largest flying bird ever discovered, Pelagornis sandersi. Charlestown Museum operates two other museums in the city, Heyward-Washington House (an 18th century house of noted American signee to Declaration of Independence) and Joseph Manigault House (a federal home with American and French furnishings).

Fort Sumter

Fort Sumter is a famous sea fort in Charlestown that is noted for two battles of the American Civil War. More precisely, the first gunshots of the War were first fired and heard here. It is now home to Fort Sumter National Monument that features numerous historical exhibits, old guns, and fortifications.