For those who want to experience Charleston in a private carriage, our elegant vis-a-vis carriages offer small groups the wonderful opportunity to see the city with their own personal tour guide.
Evening Private Carriage Rides
- Private Carriage (1-4 passengers)
- Wagonette (5-8 passengers)
Experience the “Holy City” on an Evening Carriage Ride in Charleston, SC
Vis-a-vis Carriage Tours
For those who want to experience Charleston on a private carriage ride, our elegant vis-a-vis carriages offer small groups the wonderful opportunity to see the city in a more intimate setting with their own personal tour guide. As the sun sets and the city lights come on, it’s the perfect time for one of our charming Charleston carriage tours. Our vis-a-vis carriages are available for groups of 1 to 4 adults and children, and up to 2 lap children.
Private Wagonette Carriage Tours
For those who want to experience Charleston with a slightly larger group, our wagonette carriages offer groups the opportunity to see the city with 5-8 of their friends. For groups of 5 to 8 people looking to do a private tour, please select the Wagonette option during checkout!
Key Points on Our Evening Carriage Rides in Charleston, SC
- The Old Exchange Building where George Washington visited
- Historic churches and public buildings such as the Four Corners of Law
- Waterfront Park on the Cooper River
A limited number of passengers allowed on carriage:
These carriages can hold private groups of up to either 4 or 5-8 seated passengers, which include adults and any children.
Limited availability for private carriages:
Due to the limited amount of private carriages, the start/end time of your tour is not flexible. Your tour hour will start and end at the time you have scheduled, for this reason, we recommend that you arrive 15 minutes prior to your start time. If you are late your tour will still end at the designated time in order to keep the carriage on schedule.
During this evening carriage tour, you learn about the old walled city, historic churches, the Cooper River Waterfront, as well as the city’s history, and the people that make up the “Holy City.”