The last days of sightseeing are here.
It’s no longer a day of sunshine and the occasional rain, but rather a day that has been cut short by a very cold winter.
A chill has fallen over Charleston as the first days of the winter storm start to pick up and some locals are having a hard time staying warm.
The weather is still not good and people are getting lost and confused on the streets, so the last days to see sightseeing in town will be few and far between.
And, it’s hard to know where to go to see sights, so we decided to put together a list of our favorite spots around Charleston to see some of the city’s most famous attractions in the snow.
In addition to Charleston, the list includes a few other great destinations along the way.
The last days will be much colder than the ones before.
There will be fewer people to see, and people will be able to enjoy their outdoor recreation more in the evenings.
For those of you who prefer to stay indoors, it might be a good idea to bring a blanket and take your dog with you.
We’ve also included a list that includes some of our favorites in the city, but they may not be on the list you need to plan your trip to the capital.
You can read more about our favorite sightseeing spots in Charleston here.
View more photos of the last day of sighthunting in Charleston at NSCA Flickr photostream.