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    We visited here after visiting the Old Slave Mart Museum. Again this really wasn’t what I expected.It was nice that the staff were dressed in character to give authenticity. Our guide, Phil was very knowledgable and informative. It was also reasonably priced which again, was nice considering some of the other sites and places to visit.There were scenes set up in the dungeon and our guide walked us through each scene. Interesting place to visit.

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    Me and my wife visited downtown Charleston this week. We were not sure if we wished to do the tour here so we thought lets go in and see how they sell it. Well the guy standing at front collecting your money greeted us by saying “Are you doing the tour? If not do not pass the ropes or we will charge you entrance fee of 9 per person.” Not exactly a good selling process especially considering we were in the gift shop when he asked. We then asked him to give us a brief description of the what the tour involved and his reply was “its 25 minutes for 9 a person.” Great description…we left immediatly.

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    A must see. You can do a self guided tour but it is much better to go on the docent led tour especially in the dungeon. Take the time to read all the posted info as there is so much history to be learned.

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    True experience of colonial Charles Towns. And Dungeon Docent Dan is quite the character… Great tour.

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    Finn is amazing, his understanding of history is wonderful. I just started there for work, and did the tour 2 times. He is like a walking book on Charleston, you will learn more information from him than just about any where in the area! Wonderful job!