Charleston Travel Reviews
Things To Do in Charleston that are Wheelchair Accessible
Discover Charlestown SC wheelchair accessible attractions, things to do, tours and activities for disabled travelers including Plantation Tours, Walking Tours and Fort Sumter. Read our informative reviews of popular Charleston area attractions and destinations to learn which attractions are wheelchair accessible and wheelchair friendly, as well as which locations Jim recommends should be avoided by travelers in wheelchairs.
Note 1: I'm sure you all know that Charleston has some cobblestone streets, sidewalks and broken brick pathways but that's just a part of history and the city's charm. So just have fun and enjoy the uniqueness of this beautiful city.
Note 2: If you're headed toward White Point Garden and The Battery (which includes many of Charleston's historic mansions), please note that there are no public restrooms south of Broad St. You should plan to use the accessible restrooms at City Hall on Broad St.
Note 3: And don't leave town before taking a walking tour of historic downtown Charleston and driving over the Cooper River in South Carolina on the cable-stayed Arthur Ravenel Jr. Bridge, connecting downtown Charleston to Mount Pleasant. .