This is a must visit in Charleston. This is one of the most beautiful churches I have seen. Well worth the time.
About St. Michael's Church
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This church is less than twenty years younger than St Martin's in the Fields in London which inspired it. Simply one of the most gorgeous churches in America, and the epicenter of Old Charleston.
I have to walk into this church whenever I visit Charleston. I just love to look at the pews and organ and see the beauty of the craftsmanship so long ago. The cemetery is interesting with signers of the Declaration of Independence laid to rest...More
Beautiful church with so much history. There is someone who conducts tours (although I don't think it's on a regular basis) but we weren't there when the tour was available. We watched a short video (on SMC website) that was an overview of the church...More
Charlston has so many beautiful buildings and is so rich in history. This building stood tall among many other historical buildings.
I always find it cool to stand in a building that other famous people in history stood in. It always gives me goosebumps. This church has alot of history behind it as well.
There are other churches I enjoyed more on my visit to Charleston, but St. Michael's shows the classic architecture of the period.
Both the interior and the exterior of the church were beautiful. The stained glass windows in this Anglican church had very deep beautiful colors, the altar and pulpit were carved. The pew boxes brought back the history of these old churches. The church yard included...More
..to today's beautiful St. Michael's Church. Too often I happen upon a historic site such as St. Michael's and wish I had read its history before I visited it. If I had studied a little, I would have searched for pew #43, the Govenor's Pew,...More