Fodor's Expert Review College of Charleston

North of Broad Educational Institution

A majestic Greek revival portico, Randolph Hall—an 1828 building designed by Philadelphia architect William Strickland and built by the labor of enslaved people—presides over the college's central Cistern Yard. Draping oaks envelop the lush green quad, where graduation ceremonies and concerts, notably during Spoleto Festival USA, take place. Scenes from films like Cold Mountain and The Notebook have been filmed on the historic campus of this liberal arts college, founded in 1770.

Educational Institution Historic District/Site Historical Free Romantic

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66 George St.
Charleston, South Carolina  29401, USA


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