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South of Broad Walking Tour

Calling all Pat Conroy fans! The characters and Charleston vistas featured in Pat Conroy’s #1 New York Times best selling novel South of Broad come to life in a new walking tour produced by Old Charleston Walking Tours. The South of Broad Walking Tour is a two-hour tour narrated by professional guides, highlighting the streets and sites featured in Conroy’s 2009 hit novel, South of Broad

The tour, available Tuesday through Saturday, begins at 11:00 am in the lobby of the Mills House Hotel at 115 Meeting Street and ends outside the Gibbes Museum of Art. The ticket price of $25 per person includes the walking tour, admission to the Gibbes, and a cocktail or dessert at Pat Conroy’s favorite Charleston restaurant, the aptly named Slightly North of Broad. Walking tour reservations are required in advance by calling (843) 568-0473 or online at www.southofbroadwalkingtour.com.

Tour guide Denny Stiles leading the South of Broad Walking tour

Tour guide Denny Stiles leading the South of Broad Walking tour

Gibbes staff members in Washington Park during the walking tour

Gibbes staff members in Washington Park during the walking tour

A stop on Legare Street during the walking tour

A stop on Legare Street during the tour

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