St Michael's Episcopal Church, Charleston, South Carolina
Meeting and Broad, Charleston, South Carolina| Map |
Whether to attend a service or just to visit, families should considering adding historic St. Michael's Episcopal Church to their itinerary. Built in 1751, the church has stained glass windows, a 186- foot high steeple and a giant classical portico. This famous church, which is a National Historic Landmark, is a symbol of the traditional colonial American church, and another reminder of the importance of religion to the people in Charleston. The large, long double-pew in the center of the church (#43), is the one in which President George Washington worshipped on Sunday afternoon, May 8, 1791.
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Tips for Families
Kids may enjoy reading the old tombstone inscriptions in the cemetery adjacent to St. Michael's Episcopal Church.
Address: Meeting and Broad, Charleston, South Carolina| Map
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