A visit to Charleston isn't complete without a visit to St Michaels and the 4 corners of law. Walk the church and graveyard to learn of the key historical figures who worshipped here
About St. Michael's Church
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We stopped in the church and saw Pew #43, where George Washington sat. The interior is worth the look, the abdo's woodwork is exquisite, as is the altar and the chandelier.
We happened to find this while we were roaming around. We first saw the cemetery and walked through it because it was so picturesque. Then we went into the church and found it charming.
We were on a tour by the team of "Two Sisters" and stopped here. Free to go in and have a look. Beautiful space and history.
The interior of this church is set up in individual boxes and highly decorated; the churchyard has many interesting and lovely stones where you can wander at your leisure
Inside and out, this church is worth seeing. Outside, the quaint graveyard has the graves of 2 signers of the Declaration of Independence and the white exterior glistens. Built in 1680, visited by George Washington, this church is so well restored that it looks new....More
This church is amazing...the history lovers in us took in every inch and it is beautiful. It is unfortunate that some of the local tour guides just barge right in and loudly make themselves known...I can only hope the church receives some sustainment for the...More
Don't miss this magnificent historical monument where signers of the Dec. of Independence worshipped & are buried.
Wasn't able to go inside, but definitely worth the visit just to get a good look at the architecture, especially the steeple