LGBT Walking Tour of Charleston
click to enlarge Photo via John Hoey/Flickr Walking tour behemoth Bulldog Tours is now offering a private, and pretty exclusive, view of the Holy City through rainbow-colored glasses. The “Real Rainbow Row LGBT Tour” first debuted in mid-October for a cohort of lucky travel bloggers ( like this one writing for The Huffington Post) invited to the city by the Charleston Convention and Visitor’s Bureau and the Belmond Charleston Place hotel.
“The Real Rainbow Row” walking tour is a FABULOUS two-hour interactive exploration of Charleston’s rich, gay history and current LGBTQ community. Highlights include the story of Dawn Langley Hall, one of the first transsexuals in the US, the gay artists that helped create Charleston’s Art Renaissance, the significance of The Battery in LGBT society, The Spoleto Festival, and the historic Charleston landmark where Gertrude Stein and Alice Taklas spent Valentine’s Day. Join Bulldog Tours as we skip along the cobblestone streets and discover the colorful stories that form a unique part of Charleston’s history.
This tour is available as a private tour and reservations are required.
Call 843-722-TOUR to book your tour today!
As featured in Huffington Post’s “5 Reasons to Visit Queer Charleston”… “The Real Rainbow Row” walking tour is a FABULOUS two-hour interactive exploration of Charleston’s rich, gay history and current LGBTQ community.