Charleston’s two biggest passions are food and history. We combine those two passions as you transport yourself through time on our unique tour where you never have to leave your seat.
You will enjoy a generous five course meal in the dining room of the Edward Rutledge House, now called the Governor’s House Inn. This was the home of Edward Rutledge. At the age of 26, he signed the Declaration of Independence. Edward Rutledge also hosted President George Washington in this very dining room. Overall, four Presidents have dined in this dining room.
Each course covers a different period of Charleston’s history, with food authentic to the times. It’s all fully narrated by your host and culinary historian, Mike Hebb. You
will not only taste Charleston’s history, you’ll also learn about domestic life, the walled city of Charlestowne, the Revolution, slavery, and the Civil War.