About French Quarter
French Quarter South Carolina The French Quarter in Charleston, South Carolina, is the city?s quaint and artistic historic downtown district. Some of the buildings were constructed during the 1800s and one, being the Pink House Tavern, was built in the early 1700s and remains standing today. A walk through the district can take a long time if you?re the type to stop for a closer look. The St. Philip?s Episcopal Church and French Huguenot Church are landmarks from the early history of the area and have active congregations in beautiful structures. The Dock Street Theatre attracts visitors and locals alike. The annual Art Walk enjoy free admission to art galleries that house the works of more than five hundred artists. A wide variety of styles and artistic emphases ensure that there is something here for every art lover. The French Quarter Restaurant is always a restive and romantic stopover for good old-fashioned southern style cooking. The menu incorporates continental cooking with offerings of lamb, chicken, seafood and pasta. The French Quarter in Charleston is the sight-seers must-see. The historic buildings and art galleries line cobbled streets, inviting the curious as well as those studying this period in South Carolina history. The French Quarter is roughly bounded by Market Street on the north, Broad Street on the south, Meeting Street on the west and the Cooper River on the east. The city offers lodging for every budget, much of which is located conveniently close to the French Quarter.
Events in French Quarter
Sea Life by Starlight in Wonderland
at South Carolina Aquarium
You’re invited down the rabbit hole for a holiday ball in Wonderland! Join us at the 9th annual Sea Life by Starlight for a night of whimsy as we support the Sea Turtle Care Center™.
We Three Thieves
at The Black Fedora Comedy Mystery Theatre and Shoppe
We three thieves disoriented are! Who among us hasn't had our best-laid holiday plans go awry? We travel moor and mountain to make merry, but then the cookies burn, the cat knocks over the tree and some chump steals the jewel we stole first.