Just Beachy Golf Cart Rentals:
The Unforgettable Way to Enjoy Charleston
Located 20 minutes from downtown Charleston, Charleston is one of the most sought-after destinations in South Carolina for rest, relaxation, and rediscovery. Set in a stunning location of white sandy beaches, clean waters, and enchanting wildlife, Charleston mixes all-natural vistas with the excitement of world-class recreation. With championship golfing opportunities, a thriving arts scene, spas, resorts, and award-winning restaurants, having fun on Charleston is non-negotiable. When mixed with the sights and sounds of Mother Nature, Charleston is the perfect place to unwind in an unforgettable setting.
At seven miles long and one mile wide, getting around Charleston is uniquely fun. There's just one issue - what's the best way to get around such an idyllic island?
For most people, the answer to that question is super-convenient, super-fun golf cart rentals in Charleston, SC, provided by Just Beachy Golf Cart Rentals. With the ability to drive 24 hours a day with no road restrictions, no other form of transportation will let you experience "the island life" quite like one of our street-legal golf carts.
In fact, with Just Beachy's golf cart rentals, you can zip from a sun-filled adventure on the beach to a restaurant with mouth-watering eats in just minutes. With a wide variety of golf carts and low-speed vehicles to choose from, finding fun, reliable transportation is easy as pie.
The Just Beachy Difference
At Just Beachy Golf Cart Rentals, we are committed to providing you with the best golf cart rentals in Charleston, SC. Unlike some golf cart rental companies, who only see customers as numbers and transactions, our team wants your vacation to be fun and memorable. To facilitate that goal, we do everything in our power to make your golf cart rental experience easy and efficient.
Whether you choose to rent a luxury four-person golf cart in IOP's Wild Dunes Resort or a six-person golf cart in Charleston, we've got you covered. Looking for a multi-day golf cart rental in Sullivan's Island? We've got a cart with your name on it.
At Just Beachy Golf Cart Rentals, you can rest easy knowing your vehicle is a high-quality cart. That's because we only use new models and premium options within our rental fleet. With some of the best cart rental prices on the island and no delivery fees, booking with Just Beachy is a no-brainer.
Need help figuring out where to start your adventure on the Charleston? As full-time residents, our family is here to help during your stay if you have any questions or concerns. We know all the best spots for food, fun, and long days in the sun - simply send us a message, and we'd be happy to point you in the right direction. Because, at the end of the day, we're here to serve you as best we can - that way, you can make memories and see the islands from a vantage point you've never experienced before. Charleston transportation is easy with Just Beachy golf carts.
Our low-speed vehicles in Charleston come with many standard features and advantages, including:
- Street Legal with No Driving Restrictions
- Four and Six Passenger Golf Cart Rental Options
- Premium Seating with Front-Facing and Rear-Facing Seats
- Long-Range Battery Options Available
- Safety Features Include Headlights, Taillights, Seatbelts, Turn Signals, and More
About Just Beachy Golf Cart Rentals in Charleston, SC
Whether you're staying in Charleston, Sullivan's Island, or Wild Dunes Resort, driving a golf cart or LSV is the best way to cruise around town. They're quick, efficient, and easy to use. Perhaps even more important is that our golf carts and LSVs are all electric.
As long-time residents, we prefer to keep Charleston and the surrounding area clean and clear of smog. That way, our guests can disconnect and get back to nature without the rumbles and worries of gas-powered carts. After all - smelly, noisy gas carts can detract from the calm ambiance and amazing views that Charleston is known to have.
Unlike gas carts, our electric carts are nearly noiseless and don't need gas to go. Our electric carts are also typically faster than gas options, making electric the faster, eco-friendlier choice when visiting Charleston.
Our golf cart rentals on Charleston, SC are:
- Convenient - Renting a golf cart is quick, easy, and the most convenient way to take in the sights and sounds of the Charleston. Plus, you get direct access to local businesses and beaches without trying to maneuver a car or SUV.
- Local - When you rent a golf cart from Just Beachy, it's much easier to see and experience all there is to do on Charleston. As an added bonus, you'll fit right in with the locals, many of whom will welcome you to the neighborhood.
- Fun - This is the best reason to rent with Just Beachy! Whether you're heading out for a long day at the beach or just need to run to the grocery store, nothing beats the feeling you get on an LSV or golf cart.
Benefits of Renting a Golf Cart or LSV On Charleston
Utilizing a golf cart or LSV to travel around Charleston isn't just fun - it also benefits your trip. Using a golf cart or LSV makes it much easier to access parking. That's especially true in our downtown district, where many parking spaces are metered. When it's time to enjoy one of the many restaurants on Charleston, be sure to use the designated golf cart parking at Ocean Blvd and JC Long Blvd to avoid the hassles, headaches, and costs of traditional parking.
Just Beachy Golf Cart Rentals Pro Tip:
The Dinghy beach pub has a couple of designated golf cart spots within their parking area. If you decide to rent an LSV, you can also take it to Sullivans Island, which makes parking much easier.
When traveling North and South on the Charleston, try to drive on Cameron Blvd and Hartnett Blvd when possible. Both options are less traveled than Palm or Waterway Blvd. and have a speed limit of 25 MPH. Waterway is a great option for traveling North and South, but you may run into more vehicular traffic. South of the Connector, try driving on Carolina Blvd or Ocean Blvd. Regardless of how you utilize them, an LSV or golf cart in Charleston, SC, is super convenient and loads of fun during your stay.
Benefits of Renting a Golf Cart or LSV On Sullivans Island
As is the case with Charleston, choosing to rent a golf cart or LSV during your stay in Sullivans Island comes with many benefits. Like other areas, parking and getting around, in general, is just more manageable with a golf cart instead of a large car or SUV. If you rent a cart or LSV from Just Beachy but you're staying on Sullivans Island, you can bring your rental to the Charleston and enjoy many of the same benefits.
Just Beachy Golf Cart Rentals Pro Tip:
If you plan on exploring the length of Sullivans Island, be sure to use Ion Ave and Atlantic Ave when possible. Both options are less traveled than Middle Street. They also have a speed limit of 25 MPH. Conversely, on Middle Street, the speed limit is 35 MPH. If you travel this road, you'll have to pull over so that faster cars can pass you. This can happen often and can ruin your otherwise enthralling drive. Regardless of how you use them or wear you take them, renting an LSV or golf cart on Sullivans Island is a great choice for everyone involved.
Benefits of Renting a Golf Cart or LSV On Sullivans Island
At Just Beachy Golf Cart Rentals, we want our guests to have the most fun, memorable experience possible when they visit. For that reason, it's important you keep these overall rental guidelines in mind.
- If you're the primary renter of one of our golf carts, you must be 25 years of age or older and have a valid driver's license to operate our carts.
- If any else will be driving a golf cart rental, they must be 21 years of age or older and have a valid driver's license.
- You must uphold and be compliant with all government regulations and laws when using a golf cart rental or LSV rental.
- You cannot have more people on your golf cart rental than the installed and designed seating capacity.
- Alcoholic drinks are not permitted in our LSVs or golf cart rentals. You may not operate any cart while under the influence.
- We only rent carts to single-family homes or townhomes. We do not rent to multi-story condos or hotels. Other locations inside Wild Dunes do not allow cart rentals. Additionally, regular golf cart rentals are not allowed in the Wild Dunes community. This area only permits street-legal LSV rentals.
The Best Places to Take Your Golf Cart Rental in Charleston, SC
On the Charleston, life is slower and simpler than the frantic pace found in nearby towns. So, if you're looking for a true beach vacation with few interruptions, Charleston is the right place. With a fantastic coastal community, pristine beaches, and resorts, Charleston boasts some of the best golf, fishing, sailing, and overall recreation on the east coast.
Of course, one of the Charleston' key attractions isn't a roller coaster or concert venue - it's peace and quiet. Instead of jacked-up trucks and noisy supercars, this barrier island's laid-back atmosphere is embodied by golf cart rentals. In fact, many local attractions and establishments make special accommodations for golf cart renters, such as prime parking areas and discounts.
To help you make the most out of your visit, be sure to consider these popular places to take your Just Beachy golf cart rental.
Beach Bars and Dives
Charleston' beach bars and nightlife generally mimic what the island is known for: laid-back, beachy vibes with no worries in the world. Whether you're interested in a rooftop bar, a low-key dive, or something in between, it's easy to get around with golf cart rentals from Just Beachy.
Great for beachfront drinks and quick bites to eat, The Windjammer is an IOP staple that sits directly on the beach. If you're looking for a lively place to sit and spend time, this is the choice for you. As an added bonus, dogs are welcome at this bar, so after a walk or jog on the beach, relax with your furry friend at this popular location.
Coconut Joe's Beach Grill
This fun spot features a rooftop bar and fresh seafood for you and your friends to feast upon. Another staple of Charleston, you can often catch live music and more on weekends throughout the year.
You can't go bar hopping on IOP without swinging by The Dinghy. This longtime bar is known for its selection of craft brews on tap. With a giant screened-in porch, plenty of TVs, games, and happy hour events, The Dinghy has everything you need for a night out.
Restaurants and Eateries
After a long day at the beach with your friends and family, it's time to hop in one of our golf cart rentals in Charleston, SC, and grab some food. After all, indulging in local cuisine is one of the best parts of being on vacation!
Long Island Cafe
A combo of coastal decor and an amazing food menu make this restaurant one you must try. Ask around, and locals will tell you the same thing - Long Island Cafe has been serving up fresh food since 1986. Try their specials and don't forget to satisfy your sweet tooth.
Sea Biscuit Cafe
If waking up early and getting breakfast is your preferred way to start the day, you've got to try the Sea Biscuit Cafe. This cash-only spot is ultra-popular and features everything from breakfast classics to Lowcountry exclusives. Fuel up and get ready for a fun day zipping around on your golf cart rental!
Coda Del Pesce
If you're looking to impress that special someone, this upscale restaurant is for you. With fresh-made Italian-inspired seafood dishes and an elegant ambiance, you'll need to book reservations well in advance of your trip to dine here.
If you're a golf lover, you may never want to leave Charleston once you discover its nearby golf courses. Charleston is home to two world-renowned courses, both located in the resort community of Wild Dunes. This laid-back community is a fantastic place to stay during your visit and is very golf-cart friendly.
The Harbor Course
Designed by legendary golf course architect Tom Fazio, The Harbor mixes a challenging design with stunning sights and views. It's also known for its water features and includes salt marshes and lagoons, pushing the limits of your skills.
The Links Course
This course was Tom Fazio's first golf course design. It has stood the test of time with rolling fairways, rustling palms, and a finishing hole that overlooks the Atlantic Ocean.
Your First Choice for Golf Cart Rentals in Charleston, SC
If you're searching for an unforgettable vacation in the prettiest of locations, thousands of visitors agree each year that the Charleston is the place to go. From sun-filled days lounging by the beach to fine dining and everything in between, there's no shortage of new adventures to discover. And when it's time for new discoveries and unforgettable memories, renting an LSV or golf cart is the best way to get there.
Call or click today to learn more about Just Beachy Golf Cart Rentals or to get started booking your golf cart or LSV. We would be honored to serve you!
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Spoleto Festival USA kicks off Friday
CHARLESTON, S.C. (WCSC) - Opening ceremonies begin Friday for the 47th season of Spoleto Festival USA.Everything will be in full swing with about 300 artists making up this year’s festivities.Jenny Ouellette, Associate Director of Media Relations for the Spoleto Festival, says they have more than 100 performances across the 17 days and nights in nine venues over Charleston, and the prep was easier said than done. American Soprano Opera Singer Nicole Heaston will be singing the national anthem, Charleston Jazz Academy stud...
CHARLESTON, S.C. (WCSC) - Opening ceremonies begin Friday for the 47th season of Spoleto Festival USA.
Everything will be in full swing with about 300 artists making up this year’s festivities.
Jenny Ouellette, Associate Director of Media Relations for the Spoleto Festival, says they have more than 100 performances across the 17 days and nights in nine venues over Charleston, and the prep was easier said than done. American Soprano Opera Singer Nicole Heaston will be singing the national anthem, Charleston Jazz Academy students will be playing a piece from South African composer Abdullah Ibrahim, and a performance from the female drummers of Rwanda will all be on display at the opening ceremonies.
“There’s a magic that happens, the festival makes the city alive,” Oullette says, “There are so many people around that are creative here in Charleston pulling out the creativity from every corner and it’s enchanting, there’s magic everywhere.”
Forecasted rain on Friday is forcing this year’s opening ceremony inside. Friday’s noon kickoff will be held at Festival Hall located at 56 Beaufain Street.
Oullette says one of the most special occasions to enjoy is the Spoleto Festival USA Finale on June 11. Although she hates to talk about the end of the festival, she says the finale will be at Firefly Distillery. Charleston local band, ‘Two Slices,’ will open the show at 6:30 pm and the headliner is ‘Tank And The Bangas.’ She says it’s a great evening to pack for a picnic and bring your family on the lawn, listening to music and the night is promised to end with fireworks.
Oullette’s message to first timers that are thinking about attending the festival is to take the risk.
“You might not know if you like it or not and that’s okay,” Oullette says, “We have an amazing new ticket program called, ‘Pay What You Will’ on our website that allows people to see something for a price of their choosing.”
Oullette continues saying tickets then start at $5 to cover ticket fees but there are more than 25 different performances on the list, and she wants people to take advantage of it. She says it’s an opportunity to see something you like while also getting out of your comfort zone and pushing the boundaries of what art can be, what art is and what artists are doing.
You can purchase tickets online or purchase them from Charleston Visitor Center in person in downtown Charleston.
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CofC wins morning game, season ends with loss to Elon
CHARLESTON, S.C. - Fourth-seeded College of Charleston defeated fifth-seeded Delaware 5-2 in the morning before falling to second-seeded Elon 10-5, ending their run in the 2023 CAA Championships from Patriots Point.Joseph Mershon finished the day with three hits and 3 RBI scoring twice, Cole Mathis added three hits and 3 RBI and Cam Dean added three hits.Game one saw Connor Campbell toss 6.1 innings of one earned run baseball before Aidan Hunter finished off the seventh and William Privette earned the six-out save - his 10th of...
CHARLESTON, S.C. - Fourth-seeded College of Charleston defeated fifth-seeded Delaware 5-2 in the morning before falling to second-seeded Elon 10-5, ending their run in the 2023 CAA Championships from Patriots Point.
Joseph Mershon finished the day with three hits and 3 RBI scoring twice, Cole Mathis added three hits and 3 RBI and Cam Dean added three hits.
Game one saw Connor Campbell toss 6.1 innings of one earned run baseball before Aidan Hunter finished off the seventh and William Privette earned the six-out save - his 10th of the season.
Charleston pushed across the first run of the day as Mershon led off with a triple to right center and scored one pitch later on a Mathis sacrifice fly. Delaware would tie it in the third on a Josearmando Diaz RBI single.
Mathis added his second RBI of the opener singling home Khyree Miller in the fifth, giving Charleston a 2-1 lead at the time. Delaware would tie it once again in the seventh on an unearned run.
Luke Wood delivered the go-ahead RBI single for a second-straight day in the seventh then two insurance runs came home in the eighth - a wild pitch and fielding error doing the job.
Game two saw quick zeros traded through the first two frames between Aidan Hunter and Justin Mitrovich. Elon cracked the scoreboard first tallying five runs on seven hits in the third - their first of two five-run innings in the contest.
Charleston wouldn’t go away, however, scoring three runs in the fifth jumpstarted by a Joseph Mershon two-run triple (his second of the day) then another Cole Mathis sacrifice fly.
That was the closest Charleston was able to bring it as a second five-run frame by the Phoenix in the seventh gave a 10-3 cushion at the time. The Cougars loaded the bases in the ninth and scored two, but fell 10-5.
Final Score Game 1: Charleston 5, Delaware 2
Final Score Game 2: Elon 10, Charleston 5
Location: Patriots Point
Records: Charleston (36-22), Delaware (30-29), Elon (33-21)
• Joseph Mershon tripled in each game to finish the season with a team-high five. Those five three-baggers are also a career-high for the senior infielder. Mershon finished the season with 24 extra-base hits - five triples, five home runs and 14 doubles.
• Cole Mathis finished the day with three RBI bringing his total to 51 tying Trotter Harlan for a team lead. Mathis and Harlan became the first duo to drive home 50-plus each since 2015.
• William Privette nailed down his 10th save of the season, his second-straight year with double digit saves. Privette’s latest gives the junior Chapin, S.C. native 22 for his career - fourth-most in program history.
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Battery Travel to Face Rio Grande Valley on Satruday
May 26, 2023 - United Soccer League Championship (USL) - Charleston Battery News ReleaseCHARLESTON, S.C. - The Charleston Battery will hit the road to face Rio Grande Valley FC Toros on Sat., May 27, in their next USL Championship fixure. Kickoff at H-E-B Park is set for 8 p.m. ET.This is a modal...
May 26, 2023 - United Soccer League Championship (USL) - Charleston Battery News Release
CHARLESTON, S.C. - The Charleston Battery will hit the road to face Rio Grande Valley FC Toros on Sat., May 27, in their next USL Championship fixure. Kickoff at H-E-B Park is set for 8 p.m. ET.
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Saturday will be the second time the Battery and RGV FC have met. The Texas club won the inaugural match, a 0-3 result at Patriots Point last year. Charleston will look to avenge that match this time around when they head to H-E-B Park.
Charleston (6W-2L-3D, 21 pts) enter this weekend looking to add a second consecutive victory over a Western Conference side. The Black and Yellow bested Monterey Bay FC last week, a 1-0 victory with Arturo Rodriguez scoring the eventual match-winner.
That victory matched the Battery's complete win total from 2022 (6), signaling the impressive turnaround for the club so far in 2023.
Rio Grande Valley (2W-3L-5D, 11 pts) will be looking to bounce back from their latest result, a 0-3 loss to the Tampa Bay Rowdies. RGV FC and Tampa Bay were tied until the second half when the Rowdies scored three goals in the final 30 minutes. While RGV FC are in 10th in the conference, they have had three- and four-match unbeaten runs and are not to be overlooked.
Arturo Rodriguez is one to keep an eye on for the Battery. He will be returning to the state he grew up in and has previously tallied one goal and two assists in four career matches against RGV FC.
Taylor Davila is a player to watch on RGV FC. The midfielder is tied for the team lead in chances created (17), goals (two) and assists (one).
Charleston's Fidel Barajas enters the match tied for the league lead in assists (four). Derek Dodson is right behind him with three helpers so far.
RGV FC's Erik Pimentel is the league's red card leader, having received two dismissals already this season.
Battery goalkeeper Trey Muse is tied for the second-most clean sheets in the league (four).
Newly-signed forward Beto Avila will be available for selection for Ben Pirmann in Saturday's fixture, meaning he could debut for the Battery at RGV FC.
Charleston Battery at Rio Grande Valley FC Toros
Saturday, May 27 - 8 p.m. ET Kickoff
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Charleston Tallies Three Late Runs To Earn 5-2 Win Over Delaware
Box ScoreMT. PLEASANT, S.C. (May 26, 2023) – Luke Wood’s RBI single in the seventh snapped a 2-2 tie and helped send fourth-seeded Charleston to a 5-2 victory over #5 Delaware in Game 6 of the CAA Baseball Cham...
MT. PLEASANT, S.C. (May 26, 2023) – Luke Wood’s RBI single in the seventh snapped a 2-2 tie and helped send fourth-seeded Charleston to a 5-2 victory over #5 Delaware in Game 6 of the CAA Baseball Championship on Friday morning at the Ballpark at Patriots Point.
The Cougars (36-21), who avenged a loss to the Blue Hens in the opening game of the tournament, will be back in action at 12:30 p.m. in another elimination game against #2 Elon. Delaware (30-29) was knocked out of the tournament after the loss.
Cole Mathis went 2-for-3 and drove in two to lead Charleston offensively, while Joseph Mershon and Cam Dean also had a pair of hits. For Delaware, Josearmando Diaz was 2-for-3 with a RBI.
Aidan Hunter (4-2) picked up the win for the Cougars in relief of starter Connor Campbell, who held Delaware to two runs (one earned) over 6.1 innings. William Privette blanked the Blue Hens over the final 2.0 frames to record his 10th save.
After Delaware had rallied to tie the game at 2-2 in the top of the seventh, Charleston responded in the bottom half. Mathis walked and moved into scoring position after Trotter Harlan beat out a bunt. With two outs, Wood came through with a base hit to right that plated Mathis and put the Cougars ahead to stay.
The Cougars tacked on a pair of insurance runs in the eighth. JT Marr lined a double down the right-field line and came home on a wild pitch. Khyree Miller later scored on a Delaware fielding error.
Charleston wasted little time in taking a 1-0 lead. Mershon opened the bottom of the first with a leadoff triple to the gap in right-center and came home on a Mathis sacrifice fly.
Unable to score after getting a runner to third base in the first two innings, Delaware broke through in the third. Dan Covino drew a one-out walk and Joey Loynd followed with a base hit. With two down, Diaz delivered a game-tying RBI single up the middle.
Charleston moved back on top in the fifth. Miller and Mershon started the frame with back-to-back singles and a third from Mathis put the Cougars ahead 2-1. Harlan’s walk loaded the bases with nobody out, but the Blue Hens escaped further damage with a rare 5-2-3 double play and a flyout.
Delaware tied the contest at 2-2 in the top of the seventh. Eric Ludman walked, advanced to second on Dan Covino’s base hit and came around to score following a Cougars’ fielding error.
7 indoor attractions for a rainy day in Charleston
CHARLESTON, S.C. (WCBD)- Is expected rain putting a damper on your planned trip to Charleston? Don’t fret! While you might have to cancel your trip to the beach or reschedule an outdoor activity, there’s still plenty to do in Charleston on stormy days. Coastal storm bringing gusty winds, rain to the Lowcountry Here are 7 indoor attractions you...
CHARLESTON, S.C. (WCBD)- Is expected rain putting a damper on your planned trip to Charleston? Don’t fret! While you might have to cancel your trip to the beach or reschedule an outdoor activity, there’s still plenty to do in Charleston on stormy days.
Here are 7 indoor attractions you can visit while dodging showers in the Holy City:
Get a glimpse into the nature and wildlife that inhabits the land and sea around Charleston with a visit to the South Carolina Aquarium. With thousands of animals and dozens of exhibits, visitors can explore each region of the state from the mountains of the Upstate down to the Lowcountry. There are interactive elements that both children and adults will love including dive shows and a touch tank.
You can also go behind the scenes with a visit to the Sea Turtle Care Center where aquarium staff rehabilitate sick and injured sea turtles.
Location: 100 Aquarium Wharf Plan a visit.
Looking for stimulating activities for your children that will help them burn off some extra energy while staying dry? The Children’s Museum is the place to go! Kids can make their way through various exhibits including an art room, a pirate ship, a tot-sized grocery store, and more.
Location: 25 Ann Street Plan a visit.
Take a stroll through the Charleston City Market in the heart of downtown Charleston to see, taste, and smell all that the city has to offer. Here you’ll find dozens of vendors selling products like praline pecans, handmade accessories, homemade lotions and soaps, and sweetgrass baskets – the options are endless.
While much of the market is enclosed, you still may have to avoid a stray shower or two while moving between sections.
Location: 188 Meeting StreetPlan a visit.
The Charleston Museum — known as America’s first museum — was originally founded in 1773 to preview South Carolina’s natural history but later evolved into the more cosmopolitan feel it has today while including objects and exhibits from around the world. Still, it offers an up-close look at the natural and cultural history pertaining to South Carolina’s Lowcountry.
Location: 360 Meeting StreetPlan a visit.
Perhaps one of Charleston’s most recognizable buildings, the Old Exchange Building and Provost Dungeon — built in 1771 — has borne witness to some of the most important moments in Charleston’s history. It hosted George Washington during his tour of the South and slave auctions were held on its steps.
Visitors can also get a guided tour of the bottom floor which was converted by the British into a dungeon during the Revolutionary War. Visitors have reported encounters with unsettled spirits marked by rumors of disembodied screams and the sounds of moving shackles. Some have even reported seeing “staff members” dressed in Revolutionary-era garb, only to disappear as guests get closer.
Location: 122 E Bay StreetPlan a visit.
Home of the USS Yorktown, the Patriots Point Naval and Maritime Museum in Mount Pleasant features two Navy vessels, more than two dozen historic aircraft, an immersive 2.5-acre experience that tells the story of the Vietnam War, and the Medal of Honor Museum.
Nearly the entire museum is protected from the rain, except for the top deck of the USS Yorktown.
Location: 40 Patriots Point RoadPlan a visit.
If you want to hit all of the popular tourist spots in Charleston without having to walk the streets yourself, consider hopping on an air-conditioned bus tour. While there are several companies to choose from, each offers a guided sightseeing tour of the city, passing by landmarks including Rainbow Row, historic mansions, churches, cemeteries, gardens, and more.
Some companies also offer bus rides to and from historic plantations like Boone Hall, Middleton Plantation, and Magnolia Plantation for an up-close and personal look at the Antebellum South.
If all else fails, Charleston is home to a plethora of restaurants and bars where you can seek refuge.