Area Attractions

If you’re planning a vacation in North Charleston, South Carolina, look no further than our hotel. Hyatt Place North Charleston is located half a mile off Interstate 26, making it easy to get to all the things to do in the north and downtown Charleston areas. Whether you’re looking to stay indoors or venture out, whether it’s history or the modern world that catches your eye, North Charleston has something for you.

Hyatt Place North Charleston

2455 Prospect Drive
North Charleston, South Carolina, United States, 29406

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Local Attractions

Folly Beach

Folly Beach is a 12-square-mile barrier island along the South Carolina coast that offers shopping, nightlife and dining as well as traditional beach activities like fishing, surfing and kayaking. The town calls itself “one of America’s last true beach towns,” offering a unique, laid-back culture to visitors.

Tanger Outlet Charleston

More than 70 retailers offer brand-name clothing for a discount at the Tanger Outlets in North Charleston. The mall also includes houseware and dining retailers.

H.L. Hunley Submarine

The H.L. Hunley made its debut in the Confederate arsenal in 1863. Though all three of its voyages ended in disaster—with three separate sinkings claiming 21 lives—on its final mission, it demonstrated the enormous potential of undersea warfare, becoming the first submerged vessel to sink an enemy ship. It was raised from the depths in 2000 and is available for tours near the Charleston Harbor.

Magnolia Plantation and Gardens

Founded in 1676, Magnolia Plantation is the oldest tourist site in the Charleston area, and the gardens, which date to 1870, are the oldest public gardens in America. Visitors are welcome 365 days a year for self-guided enjoyment or on one of eight guided tours.