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Pink House Gallery

17 Chalmers Street, Charleston, SC 29401
+1 843-723-3608
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  • Excellent35%
  • Very good33%
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14 Sep 2016
“Not an attraction”
17 Oct 2015
“Good to walk by”
17 Chalmers Street, Charleston, SC 29401
+1 843-723-3608
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Reviewed 14 September 2016

No longer an actual attraction. This is the personal home of someone and can only be viewed from the outside. It's still cool to swing by and see, though I wouldn't make a trip just to see it.

Thank Brittany J
Reviewed 18 October 2015 via mobile

You can't go in as mentioned in other posts but you can look in the window and the mail-slot. It's good while on a waking tour of Charleston (we used oyster point historical walking tours). The place just sold for $1.1m and is only 1,085...More

1  Thank Jennifer H
Reviewed 11 October 2015 via mobile

It's amazing to see homes built so long ago and still be standing for us to enjoy them great place to stop by walking around Charleston love to take pictures on the cobblestone streets nearby

Thank Ricardo C
Reviewed 8 September 2015 via mobile

If you are walking through Charleston, it's easy to stop by this attraction. All you can do is peer through the windows, but knowing it's the oldest home is pretty neat! Cobblestone streets only blocks from a historic graveyard and market street.

Thank Cewalsing
Reviewed 6 August 2015

It's worth a stop to photograph and walk the cobblestone streets. Can't go inside it, but you can check it off the list of things to see in Charleston.

1  Thank savvytravelmom
Reviewed 26 October 2014

The pink house has a lot of history. In the early days it was in the red light district. Today it's a gallery. It's on a cobblestone street so wear comfortable shoes in this area of historical buildings. Great photo ops, especially the garden area...More

Thank Linda S
Reviewed 1 September 2013 via mobile

Throughout many years coming to Charleston this was always my favorite Art Gallery. I so missed seeing and talking to Alice and many other Artist. Thank you for all the great art we have brought from you for many years. Always enjoyed your stories of...More

3  Thank PWN4371
Reviewed 15 June 2013 via mobile

Closed and up for sale. We walked over to see the Pink House after finding out that it was one of the remaining structures from the days when Charleston was literally walled in for protection from outside invaders. How sad to see this adorable property...More

3  Thank mamanelly1
Reviewed 3 April 2013

Stopped in Good Friday and was greeted by a lovely artist Alice. She was very informative on the history of this house/ tavern/ brothel and told us to explore all 3 floors. She is passionate about this gallery and house. There is a ghost, but...More

2  Thank robidoodle
Reviewed 28 March 2013

I liked what was displayed there and the house itself is really cute and has its own story to tell. The lady who runs the place told me, she had to close down after 20 years since the house was sold to a private investor....More

4  Thank queenofbavaria
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