Learn an often overlooked aspect of Charleston’s history and culture of the Gullah people on this driving night tour through the city!
- Adult Ages 10+
- Child Ages 10 and Under
- T-Shirts Available
Discover Charleston’s Gullah Culture
Ready to experience a part of Charleston’s often overlooked history? Climb into our fully-equipped Mercedes-Benz Chariot and learn all about the Gullah people and culture of the Holy City!
The Gullah were direct descendants of slaves brought to South Carolina and Georgia’s Lowcountry regions on cargo slave ships. On this tour, we’ll take an unflinching look at the history of the Gullah, as well as what makes their culture and language so fascinating!
Here are some the different aspects of the Gullah that we will explore:
- Who are they really?
- Why are they so peculiar?
- Where does their language originate?
- Where do the Gullah people come from?
- What is their connection to the slave trade?
- What does Gullah really mean?
- What is the difference between Gullah and Geechee?
Come learn about the Gullah people from a Gullah Geechee historian! Book your Charleston Gullah tour online today!
Please note that gratuity is not included on this tour.
The meeting location for this tour is at the Visitor’s Center Bus Shed 375 Meeting Street, 29403, Charleston, South Carolina.