New Charleston Tour Pass Saves Visitors Time, Money and Hassle

Visitors and Locals now have the option to save up to 50 percent on some of the area’s best tours, attractions and restaurants. CharlestonTourPass.com is launching just in time for the spring and summer tourist season.

Created by Keith Simmons, publisher of Traveler of Charleston Visitor Magazine, this new tour pass offers visitors convenient package options at a discounted price.

“With so many incredible tours, attractions, restaurants and sights to see, we know it can be a little overwhelming for visitors to decide what to do. We created the Charleston Tour Pass to make it simple for tourists to save time, money and the hassle of researching where to go and what to do,” Simmons said. “We’ve hand-picked more than 20 of the best tours and attractions and continue to add more every day. We see the Charleston Tour Pass as the go-to resource for visitors.”

Here’s how it works:
-Go to CharlestonTourPass.com to select a one-day, two-day, three-day or five-day pass.
-Purchase the pass online and instantly receive a text and email with a link to the pass. The link opens in a browser-based web app, so no need to download a separate app which provides detailed information about attractions, maps and is a digital guide. Plus, the pass works on all mobile devices.
-Purchases can be made up to six months in advance, but the pass isn't activated until users visit the first attraction.
-The risk-free-guarantee allows all unactivated passes to be fully refunded for up to six months from purchase date.

The one-day pass includes one featured tour, the two- and three-day passes include two featured tours, and the five-day pass includes three featured tours. Featured tours are those that require users to book a time-specific tour which can be done seamlessly within the Tour Pass app. All tour passes allow users to pick as many tours as they want from the “unlimited” category.

Pricing for the Charleston Tour Pass is:
-1-Day Pass: $65 adults, $39 children
-2-Day Pass: $99 adults, $65 children
-3-Day Pass: $129 adults, $79 children
-5-Day Pass: $159 adults, $99 children

Participating tours, attractions and restaurants include:
-Adventure Sightseeing Bus Tour
-Boone Hall Plantation
-Charles Towne Landing State Historic Site
-Charleston Distilling Co.
-Charleston Harbor Tours
-Charleston Strolls Walking Tour
-Charleston Tea Plantation
-Charleston Water Taxi
-Confederate Museum
-DASH Shuttle Bus Service
-Deep Water Vineyards
-Firefly Distilleries
-Ghost & Dungeon Walking Tour
-Ghost & Graveyard Walking Tour
-Glazed Gourmet Doughnuts
-GrayLine City Bus Tour
-Lewis Barbecue
-Edmund’s Oast Brewery & Restaurant
-McLeod Plantation
-Nathaniel Russell House Museum
-North Charleston Fire Museum
-Old Exchange & Provost Dungeon
-Palmetto Carriage Tours
-Revelry Brewing Co.
-Slave Mart Museum
-SpiritLine Harbor Tour
-The Charleston Museum
-The Gibbes Museum of Art
-The Powder Magazine

More attractions are being added to the Charleston Tour Pass all the time.

“Visitors continually ask us for recommendations about how to structure their visit. They want ideas and suggestions on great tours, attractions and sights to see. We were eager to be part of Charleston Tour Pass because it’s a great way for visitors to package all the best Charleston has to offer in a reasonably priced and convenient setup,” said John LaVerne, owner of Bulldog Tours.