White Point Gardens

Interesting
Situated at the southern tip of Charleston's peninsula at the end of The Battery, White Point Gardens were designed by John Charles Olmsted in 1906 and owe their name to the piles of white oyster shells found here. The gardens provide a delightful haven of tranquillity.

Useful information

Address:

Murray Boulevard, 29401 Charleston

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