RTX Exchange Spotlight | Charleston, South Carolina

By on September 11, 2018 in Blog Posts | RTX Traveler Magazine

Are you traveling to Charleston soon? Don’t miss out on these fun activities this month. Keep reading for details.

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Now that the humidity has dropped, strolling through the historic cobblestone streets of the Battery, sticking your toes in the sand at Folly Beach or checking out a local festival or attraction is even more enjoyable.

Charleston Water Week – through September 16
Charleston Water Week is a packed-full schedule of events and activities all taking place on one of Charleston’s most valued assets, its waterways. Many different activities are available for all types including; the competitive athlete, recreational enthusiast, interested spectator and leisure traveler.

Fam Jam – September 15
The Children’s Museum of the Lowcountry transforms Marion Square in the heart of downtown into an engaging and innovative playscape. Featuring live music, entertainment and hands-on activities, this free family festival encourages kids to move their bodies and stretch their imaginations.

35th Annual MOJA Arts Festival – September 27-October 7
The streets sway with the captivating rhythm of African music, while the smell of Caribbean cuisine permeates the air during this 10-day celebration of Gullah culture named for the Swahili word meaning “one.”

After working up an appetite, enjoy Charleston’s specialty: low country cuisine.

Charleston is a top foodie destination in its own right. Even if you’re not in town for one of the city’s culinary events (like the Charleston Wine + Food Festival or Charleston Restaurant Week), you’ll still get a chance to sample some low country cuisine at any one of the city’s top restaurants. Where to find crab rice, gnocchi, brisket, and fried oysters: https://bit.ly/2KT0vLJ

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About the Author

About the Author: Pat Barcas serves as staff writer and photographer for RTX Traveler Magazine, based in Asheville, NC. His favorite RTX destinations are on the beach: Orange Beach, Alabama, New Smyrna Beach, Florida, and Murrells Inlet, South Carolina. .

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