Some of Charleston's world renowned chefs make the Market District their home base, offering memorable dining experiences you'll want to repeat over and over.
The City's historic tours begin in the Market area, and our tour guides are second to none.
Shopping is at its finest and most diverse, with fashion for all ranges and tastes, art, jewelry, gifts, eyewear and appointments for the home.
At the heart of the District is the Historic Charleston City Market. The Market has been a central part of life in Charleston for over 200 years. The Greek Revival-style Market Hall building, completed in 1841, and houses the Daughters of the Confederacy Museum. Behind it, vendor's sheds stretch all the way to East Bay Street, and are populated by hundreds vendors offering merchandise of all kinds.