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Franklin's tour is about the people who actually did the work in antebellum Charleston—the black slaves and free people—rather than just those who profited from their labor. The homes, churches, community and history. A lot of it, unfortunately, is of a disappearing Charleston, as the blacks, their houses and their communities are being ever-more-rapidly displaced by gentrification as better-off whites return to the city and remake it in their own image. Supplement this tour with the McLeod Plantation tour and you will learn more real history than hours spent touring the homes of the sea island cotton and rice plantation owners in the "historic" district!
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Great tour guide. The whole tripped was well planned. Lunch was good.
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Honestly, a great day trip. The trip was organized and every stop was well timed. Our driver was friendly and professional. This was the second time I took this trip and I really liked the changes you made that allowed us to remain on the transport bus for the Old Charleston City Tour. I would highly recommend this day trip. The transportation is quiet, enjoyable and relaxing. The lunch is delicious. And, the afternoon options are varied and adventurous. Really, something for everyone.
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Friendly knowledgeable staff very interesting and we wouldn’t have had this information if we did our own trip
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friendly atmosphere, good driver, good destination options, good lunch - overall a very good day
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