Charleston, SC – When I last vacationed in Charleston two years ago, I saw the South Carolina Aquarium while I was visiting the Fort Sumter Visitors Center; I didn’t have the chance to visit it then, but I put it on the list for this vacation in Charleston. It was well worth the visit; I thoroughly enjoyed their displays and the museum staff was friendly, helpful, and knowledgeable. By the way, if you have kids this is an excellent place to visit if you’re vacationing in the Charleston area. The Aquarium features sections on the various habitats found in South Carolina: Mountain Forest, Piedmont, Coastal Plain, Saltmarsh, Coast, and Ocean as well as an exhibit on Madagascar and a Shark Shallows touch tank. Photography is never easy in a place like the aquarium, but I took some photos of some of the displays with my phone and of some of the birds with my DSLR.
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