Arthur Ravenel Jr. Bridge
Arthur Ravenel Jr Bridge, Charleston, SC 29403, USA
About Arthur Ravenel Jr. Bridge
Also known as the Ravenel Bridge which is a cable-stayed bridge over the Cooper River in South Carolina, USA, connecting downtown Charleston to Mount Pleasant. It was the third longest cable-stayed bridges in the Western Hemisphere.
Attractions near Arthur Ravenel Jr. Bridge
Patriot's Point was a pre-war historical site which hosted a mock military base. It is now home for three museum ships which has a lot of exhibits which says about the past and is one of the famous landmark in the Charleston county.
Located on the historic Charleston Harbor. It is home to more than ten thousand plants and animals. The largest exhibit in the zoo is the Great Ocean Tank, which extends from the first to the third floor of the Aquarium and is the deepest tank in North America. There are also so many wonders in and around this place.
The Gov. William Aiken House was built in 1820 at 48 Elizabeth Street, in the Wraggborough neighborhood of Charleston. The house is considered to be the best-preserved complex of antebellum domestic structures in Charleston.
One of the oldest museums in the United States, located in the Wraggborough neighborhood in Charleston. Its highly regarded collection includes historic artifacts, natural history, decorative arts and two historic Charleston houses.
This is a historic house museum at 350 Meeting Street in Charleston built in 1803. It was nationally significant as a well-executed and preserved example of Adam style architecture. It was declared a National Historic Landmark in 1973.
Marion Square is a green space in downtown Charleston. was established as a parade ground for the state arsenal under construction on the north side of the square. It is best known as the former Citadel Green. It is one of the famous hangout place in Charleston.
Where is Arthur Ravenel Jr. Bridge
Discover more attractions in Charleston County, where Arthur Ravenel Jr. Bridge is located