10th Annual Antiques Show and Historic Charleston Hotels

Charleston is one of the oldest cities in the entire United States having been founded in the late 1600s. Charleston’s legacy stretches back to rice plantations, pirates, and bombardment during the American Revolution. Charleston’s rich history and legacy mean that it has tons of old architecture, museums and antiques floating around the city.  Charleston even holds an annual antiques show where collectors and antique enthusiasts can check out the interesting old furniture and knick-knacks that Charleston has to offer. Stay at the King Charles Inn, a historic downtown Charleston hotel, for the antique show and learn a little bit about Charleston’s history. The King Charles Inn is steeped in rich history as well as the building has been there for years and was formerly The Pavilion Hotel where Edgar Allen Poe would reside when he was in Charleston. The King Charles Inn’s accommodations come in various sizes that are perfect for parties of all sizes.

Make sure to come to Charleston for the 10th Annual Charleston Antiques show being held from March 22-24. The show is going to feature antiques from as late as the 1700s all the way up to 20th century and will feature antiques from the United States and Europe. There will be classic furniture but all antique jewelry, maps, garden furniture, silver and more. General admission to the show is $15 a day but if you want to learn more about the world of antiques you can take a behind-the-scenes tour. The behind-the-scenes tour will be led by an antiques expert and will allow attendees to meet the dealers and learn about antique collection. This is a three day event into the world of antiques that you do not want to miss.

Book your stay at the King Charles Inn now to make sure that you don’t miss the 10th Annual Charleston Antiques Show.  Contact their friendly staff today with any questions and then get ready for your Charleston vacation.

Posted in Uncategorized by King Charles Inn on January 27, 2013

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