"The location of this hotel is excellent - right on King Street. There is always someone at the front desk to help you get a cab, make reservations or offer advice. The best advice we got was to eat at their sister restaurant Circa 1886. The room price in comparison to other hotels in the area is very reasonable. I highly recommend staying at the Fulton Lane Inn!"
Spoleto Festival USA is one of the most recognized and acclaimed art festivals in the world, drawing thousands of visitors to Charleston each spring. The festival supports new and innovative works while enhancing public appreciation of the arts- from dance and music to theater and jazz.Visit Website >
Enjoy a fun and informal early summer evening at Circa 1886 for our first Craft Beer and Blue Jean Dinner. Feast on Southern fare prepared by Executive Chef Marc Collins paired with locally brewed beer from Charleston's finest breweries.Visit Website >
Join Wentworth Mansion and Circa 1886 in celebrating Independence Day in true southern fashion with libations and delicacies hot off the grill, all accompanied by a live jazz soloist. After dark, guests head to the Mansion's cupola with panoramic views of the city to watch Charleston's fireworks display.Visit Website >
For an exquisite dinner with intimate ambiance, our own Circa 1886 at Wentworth Mansion.Visit Website >
One of the city's best raw bars chock full of succulent oysters.Visit Website >
A husband and wife owned wine bar and antique shop where you'll enjoy incredible wines, cheese and charcuterie plates - and the chance to buy most of what you see.Visit Website >
Don't miss the beautiful homes while you're staring at the circa 1806 St. Philip's Episcopal church.
Stroll over to Marion Square every Saturday from April through late December for everything from local produce, jewelry, art, crafts, family activities, and delicious food and drink.Visit Website >
Take in the city's best sites on a horse-drawn carriage while you're regaled with local history and folklore.Visit Website >
Take a long, beautiful glimpse at Charleston's history at Fort Sumter, the site of the first shots of the Civil War.Visit Website >
Enjoy a premier collection of more than 10,000 works of fine art, principally American works with a Charleston or Southern connection and an ever-changing array of special exhibitions.Visit Website >
Step back into grand Charleston style as you take in the beauty of the free-flying staircase, geometric-shaped rooms, and ornate plasterwork.Visit Website >