Rainbow Row - Traveler TV

Rainbow Row Video – Traveler TV


Rainbow Row is arguably one of Charleston’s most photographed landmarks and is located at 79 through 107 East Bay Street (click for directions) near the Battery. Thirteen pastel colored houses represents the longest cluster of Georgian row houses in the United States which were originally constructed as merchant commercial buildings.

After the Civil War, this area devolved into near slum conditions. In the 1920s, Susan Pringle Frost, founder of the Preservation Society of Charleston with the help of others, restored the houses and and painted the houses their famous pastel colors.

If you’d like to learn more about Rainbow Row visit this page

SUBSCRIBE TO OUR YOUTUBE CHANNEL