Charleston Walking Tour


We regret to inform you that the School Law Practice Seminar, scheduled for this week, has been cancelled due to Hurricane Michael. The National Hurricane Center places the trajectory of the hurricane over the Southeast U.S., affecting Charleston and major travel hubs. Our primary concern is the safety of our attendees, both in Charleston and traveling there.

Please be assured that we will refund all registrations fees. In addition, while we cannot guarantee return of charges incurred as a result of your hotel reservation, we will work diligently with the Francis Marion management on this matter.

We will advise as we have further information.

Thank you for your continued commitment to COSA and public schools.  We look forward to providing alternative CLE opportunities in the coming months.

Join fellow attendees for a two-hour privately guided walking tour of this enchanting and historic city.  Favorite sights include: Rainbow Row, cobblestone streets, quaint gardens, and 18th and 19th century homes, buildings and churches.  You will tour The Heyward-Washington House.

The Heyward-Washington House was built in 1772 by Daniel Heyward, father of Thomas Heyward, a signer of the Declaration of Independence.  It is the only 18th-century house open in the city with an original kitchen house, carriage house and necessary in the courtyard.  The house is furnished with magnificent Charleston-made furniture of the 18th century period.

Tour leaves the Francis Marion hotel at 1:00 p.m. Saturday, October 13, and arrives back at the hotel at 3:00 p.m. The tour covers a one-mile loop.

**Separate registration required


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