Charleston Women and Wine Tour

Charleston, United States
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The Women and Wine is a combined history and bar tour that will include two bar stops and historic sites in between. Led and designed by two locals Gia and Capt. Bryan the focus of this experience is on women who changed the scene politically, socially, and economically in this city of firsts with drink options along the way in the partner bar establishments. Start out by enjoying a glass of wine/beer/ or cocktail in a wine bar started by three women entrepreneurs and being introduced to women who were active in Prohibition era Charleston. From there guests will explore the historic district and several sites associated with influential women in awe inspiring tales of adversity and strength. Guests will finish the tour in the second bar establishment. While this experience is designed in part by women, and about women, it will be a unique adventure for guests of all backgrounds and the first of its kind being offered in Charleston.

Must be 21+

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Important info

Public transportation options are available nearby. Not recommended for travelers with spinal injuries. Not recommended for pregnant travelers. Not recommended for travelers with poor cardiovascular health. Suitable for all physical fitness levels. While we are inclusive of all guests, Guests with walking difficulties may have difficulty. Walkways in the historic district are often cracked. This tour is 1.5 miles

What's included
Flavored nuts are provided at the initial location. This should not be considered a meal replacement and is complimentary.
What's not included
Drinks are not included as part of the experience. Guest may purchase at the two establishments visited and host will provide excellent recommendations!
Cancellation Policy
can-cancel You can cancel your tour until a day in advance
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Meeting Point

Location is called "Well Hung Vineyard - and Restaurant" . It is on South Market street between Church and State Street. Closest public parking is the Cumberland Street Garage on the corner of Church Street and Cumberland roughly two blocks away.