Fodor's Expert Review Circular Congregational Church

North of Broad Religious Building/Site/Shrine

The first church building erected on this site in the 1680s gave bustling Meeting Street its name. The present-day Romanesque structure, dating from 1890, is configured on a Greek-cross plan and has a breathtaking vaulted ceiling. While the sanctuary is not open to visitors except during Sunday morning service, you are welcome to explore the graveyard, which is the oldest English burial ground in the city, with records dating back to 1695.

Religious Building/Site/Shrine Historical Free

Quick Facts

150 Meeting St.
Charleston, South Carolina  29401, USA


Sight Details:
Rate Includes: Graveyard closed Sat.

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