Savor the Flavors of South of Broad
Southern delicacies and a piazza view of historic Charleston Harbor
South of Broad is widely known as Charleston's most beautiful neighborhood, located at the tip of the peninsula, south of Broad Street. Bulldog's newest food tour is Charleston's first walking tour to combine the history and elegance of this exclusive part of the historic district with food tastings and fascinating stories throughout the 2.5 hour experience. Stops include abbreviated culinary-themed tours of three museum houses. Enjoy Southern appetizer favorites while touring the garden and historic 1740's kitchen of the Heyward Washington House. Get a glimpse of the awe-inspiring flying staircase of the Nathaniel Russell House. Learn about how Charleston's elite entertained in the 19th Century, with a visit to the Edmondston-Alston house on the Battery, and taste foods that have been staples of Charleston parties for decades. This tour examines the lives of all Charlestonians both free and enslaved and their contributions to southern dining and entertaining traditions. Bulldog Tours is proud to be the only tour company offering this exclusive experience to Charleston's residents and visitors.
PRIVATE GROUP TOURS
We’re happy to arrange private tours or build custom group tours for schools, corporate teams, non-profits, family reunions, and more. Simply contact us or call 843-722-8687 to book.
Sustaining Charleston's Historic Places
A portion of your ticket purchase is invested back into the properties we tour, ensuring that Charleston’s most historically significant landmarks, structures, sites, and stories endure. As of today, Bulldog Tours has raised $4,844,708 for the preservation of our historic site affiliates in Charleston. Thank you for your generous support.