The Garden Landscape Guide

Gateway Walk, Charleston

The Gateway Walk opened in 1930 to celebrate the 250th anniversary of the founding of Charleston. The walk connects the area between Archdale Street and Philadelphia Alley. It was designed by landscape architect Loutrel Brigg and was recently restored by T Hunter MacEaddy Associates.

Archdale Street, Charleston, South Carolina, USA, SC 29401

Monday to Friday. Open 8:30am to 5pm.

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  • over 6 years by Pat Hartley 3 / 5

    Gateway Walk offers the jaded visitor a peaceful stroll through a Charleston that seems far removed from the usual tourist destinations. Whether stopping to read epitaphs in the churchyards, admiring the handsome gates or stopping to rest on a bench along the way, there is much to enjoy on this special walk.

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Gateway Walk Photograph © Pat Hartley
Gateway Walk, Charleston Photograph © Pat Hartley
Gateway Walk, South Carolina Photograph © Pat Hartley