parking garages charleston sc

parking garages charleston sc

Parking Garages Charleston Sc

When colonists settled Charleston in 1680, an urban development plan called the Grand Modell established an orderly grid of streets. It is fun to wander and discover but difficult to get lost in the Historic District. One of the best ways to explore Charleston is on foot. We recommend parking at the Official Charleston Area Visitor Center, 375 Meeting Street, and taking the free hop-on, hop-off DASH Trolley, which makes stops across the peninsula. Hop on and ride for free to your intended destination – hop off and explore the area on foot. When you are ready to visit a new part of the city, hop back on the DASH! on-street Metered Parking The City of Charleston offers 1,656 metered parking spaces with two methods of payment: coins and the SmartCard. All meters require payment from Monday through Saturday, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. (excluding Sunday and official city holidays). The hours for parking meters in the City’s surface lots are 8 a.m. to 6 p.m., Monday through Saturday. The rate is 80 minutes per dollar, 20 minutes per quarter, 8 minutes per dime, and 4 minutes per nickel. The SmartCard is an economical and convenient payment method for parking meters in the city of Charleston. Users pay a one-time charge of $5 for the card and then purchase meter time for the card. SmartCards are available for purchase at the Visitor Center Gift Shop at 375 Meeting Street. Parking Garages The city owns 12 parking garages with nearly 6,700 public spaces. Additional privately owned parking garages and lots (with varying daily, hourly, evening and weekend rates) are found throughout the city. LocalPicks available packages View All Packages
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Parking Garages Charleston Sc

When colonists settled Charleston in 1680, an urban development plan called the Grand Modell established an orderly grid of streets. It is fun to wander and discover but difficult to get lost in the Historic District. One of the best ways to explore Charleston is on foot. We recommend parking at the Official Charleston Area Visitor Center, 375 Meeting Street, and taking the free hop-on, hop-off DASH Trolley, which makes stops across the peninsula. Hop on and ride for free to your intended destination – hop off and explore the area on foot. When you are ready to visit a new part of the city, hop back on the DASH! on-street Metered Parking The City of Charleston offers 1,656 metered parking spaces with two methods of payment: coins and the SmartCard. All meters require payment from Monday through Saturday, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. (excluding Sunday and official city holidays). The hours for parking meters in the City’s surface lots are 8 a.m. to 6 p.m., Monday through Saturday. The rate is 80 minutes per dollar, 20 minutes per quarter, 8 minutes per dime, and 4 minutes per nickel. The SmartCard is an economical and convenient payment method for parking meters in the city of Charleston. Users pay a one-time charge of $5 for the card and then purchase meter time for the card. SmartCards are available for purchase at the Visitor Center Gift Shop at 375 Meeting Street. Parking Garages The city owns 12 parking garages with nearly 6,700 public spaces. Additional privately owned parking garages and lots (with varying daily, hourly, evening and weekend rates) are found throughout the city.
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Parking Garages Charleston Sc

BestParking.com is simply a tool to help you decide where you want to park by displaying the rates and locations of parking garages. Because we are an independent company we are unable to provide you with specific recommendations. However, you should use our website’s daily parking option to find inexpensive garages near your destination. Simply plug in your destination, arrival, and departure times to view all parking rates in the area. Please remember that unless a garage offers a reservation and/or rate guarantee, the rate is not guaranteed, and you will need to confirm it either via phone or in person before parking.
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Parking Garages Charleston Sc

When colonists settled Charleston in 1680, an urban development plan called the Grand Modell established an orderly grid of streets. It is fun to wander and discover but difficult to get lost in the Historic District. One of the best ways to explore Charleston is on foot. We recommend parking at the Official Charleston Area Visitor Center, 375 Meeting Street, and taking the free hop-on, hop-off DASH Trolley, which makes stops across the peninsula. Hop on and ride for free to your intended destination – hop off and explore the area on foot. When you are ready to visit a new part of the city, hop back on the DASH!
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Parking Garages Charleston Sc

The city owns 12 parking garages with nearly 6,700 public spaces. Additional privately owned parking garages and lots (with varying daily, hourly, evening and weekend rates) are found throughout the city.
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Parking Garages Charleston Sc

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Parking Garages Charleston Sc

The City of Charleston offers 1,656 metered parking spaces with two methods of payment: coins and the SmartCard. All meters require payment from Monday through Saturday, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. (excluding Sunday and official city holidays). The hours for parking meters in the City’s surface lots are 8 a.m. to 6 p.m., Monday through Saturday. The rate is 80 minutes per dollar, 20 minutes per quarter, 8 minutes per dime, and 4 minutes per nickel.
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Parking Garages Charleston Sc

The map below displays emergency rooms, hospitals, medical offices/clinics, educational facilities, public venues, parking facilities, transportation and related services. The majority of this district boundary is within the smoke-free City of Charleston medical district.
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We make every attempt to acquire phone numbers. If a phone number is not listed, then it is probable that either the parking facility does not have a direct phone line or the phone number is only distributed to current monthly customers. If you have a phone number that we don’t have, please email Support@BestParking.com with the updated information.
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Valet parking is available for a fee of $5.00 at the Ashley River Tower, the Rutledge Tower, or at Hollings Cancer Center. Drive your vehicle to the main entrance of any of these buildings for valet service.
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If you’ll be coming and going a lot and plan on using street metered parking a few times, you can save your coins by getting a SmartCard. There is a one time fee of $5 for the card itself and then you put the amount you want to pay on the card. This won’t save you money but if you plan on using meters a lot and don’t have a lot of change laying around, it may be more convenient for you. You can get these at the Visitor Center Gift Shop at 375 Meeting Street.

Published on Aug 24, 2017 | Under Garage | By michael ellis
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