Old Charleston Jail
21 Magazine St, Charleston, SC 29401, USA
About Old Charleston Jail
Charleston, South Carolina’s old city jail has a long and haunting past that can still be explored today. was built in 1802 and served as the city jail from 1803 to 1939. The front interior of the jail still retains the original structure that was built in 1802, but the rest of the jail as it is today was built in 1855. Now it is one of the famous tourist spots in Charleston county.
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