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The Mills House Review

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    See Why Charleston Is the Top US City to Visit

    August 05

    Whimsical oak trees, candy-colored homes, Michelin-quality eats—it’s no wonder why Charleston was ranked number one for Travel + Leisure magazine’s Best U.S. Cities for the seventh year in a row.

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    Celebrate The Fourth of July in Charleston

    July 01

    Take part in a Charleston tradition by celebrating America’s birthday at the Patriots Point 4th of July Blast! 

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    Don't Miss Our Good Catch Dinner

    June 03

    Join us for another gourmet evening of sustainable seafood cuisine at A Good Catch Dinner on June 14. Every year we partner with the South Carolina Aquarium to bring an exclusive group an incredible dinner of fresh seafood dishes right here at our property. 

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    Get in Touch With Your Inner Artist during the Piccolo Spoleto Festival

    May 01

    Make your way to Charleston this month for the 40th annual festival! The two-week celebration is held this year from May 24th to Jun 9th and is a fun and family-friendly blend of the performance, fine, visual, and literary arts that connect us all. 

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    Shop to Your Heart's Content on Charleston's Historic King Street

    April 01

    For a taste of true Southern charm, look no further than a walk down King Street. As a stylish shopping destination and historic site (it’s more than 300 years old!) King Street is a unique meeting ground for the past and present of Charleston.

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    Cooper River Bridge Run

    March 06

    It's not just a race. It's an experience of historic Charleston and people coming together for a day of fun and festivities. The annual Cooper River Bridge Run is the third largest race in America. A 10k foot race that begins on Coleman Boulevard in Mount Pleasant, over the Cooper River/Ravenel Bridge and all the way into downtown Charleston. That's a two-and-a-half-mile bridge for those counting.

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