The Middleton Tours
History of Charleston
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A traveler is not a tourist.  A true traveler doesn't look for new lands, but looks at things with new eyes...

Welcome to Charleston!
(local? come along, you will fall in love with our city all over again!)
      Walk with a local and discover Charleston's pivotal role in American history. Discuss the Revolutionary and Civil Wars, the buildings that have withstood centuries, and the eccentric characters that have occupied these homes for ages.  Make your way through the nooks and crannies of Charleston to get a real sense of the of the city's rich history.  End your tour in the Middleton Family Garden.  The same garden was visited by Prince Charles in 1990.  There you can sit, and reflect on eras long past.  The past will come alive through our passionate thought provoking tours.
Your Guides:
Local Charlestonians
The Guide makes the difference in any tour.  Anne, Martha, Brad and Maggie are steeped in history of the city from the founding to today.  Sit back and listen as the tour unfolds, questions and comments are encouraged to help your guide know what you are interested in.
Anne Middleton Herron will give you a local perspective on a city rich in early American history.  Share information passed through generations.  History seems to come alive through the bricks and mortar that have withstood centuries. 
Martha Middleton Wallace has been a practicing archaeologist for over 25 years.  Her unique perspective and information will leave you wanting more as you sit and sip lemonade relaxing in an 18th century courtyard.

Maggie Rice recently returned to her hometown of Charleston, SC after years of working and traveling in various parts of the world. She received her Masters Degree in History from the College of Charleston prior to her adventures abroad. A lifelong friend of the Middleton family, she feels that guiding historical tours has brought all full circle. Her direct ancestors (surname Aiken) came to “Charles Town” in the 1700s, making her an 11th generation South Carolinian.