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Warren Lasch Conservation Center

Conservation in Charleston

Since its foundation in 2000, the Warren Lasch Conservation Center has been actively involved in the preservation of South Carolina's history. On this tour, visit the sites, museums, and artifacts that the WLCC's conservation, preservation, and archaeology teams have documented, treated, and restored. From coins to cannons and everything in between, there's something of interest for everyone!

  • 1.

    Aiken-Rhett House

    Aiken-Rhett House

    Portrait of Harriet Aiken Lowndes, painted by American artist, George Whiting Flagg (1816-1897)

  • 2.

    Friends of the Hunley

    Friends of the Hunley

    Visit the H. L. Hunley Submarine!

  • 3.

    Fort Sumter

    Fort Sumter

    Fort Sumter, built in Charleston Harbor, was the site of two major battles during the Civil War

  • 4.

    Charleston Museum

    Charleston Museum

    H. L. Hunley replica outside "America's First Museum"

  • 5.

    Citadel's Big Red

    Citadel's Big Red

    Civil War-era red palmetto flag on display at the John Monroe J. Holliday Alumni Center

  • 6.

    Colonial Dorchester

    Colonial Dorchester

    St George's Anglican Church Bell Tower built in 1751

  • 7.

    Fort Moultrie

    Fort Moultrie

    Cannon Row at Fort Moultrie includes extremely rare examples of Confederate manufactured ordnance

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