Traveler of Charleston Publisher Keith Simmons and his family at the Pineapple Fountain at Waterfront Park.

While Visiting Charleston, Take a Selfie


Need a cool backdrop for a vacation selfie? Charleston has you covered! The city is filled with beautiful backgrounds, historic landmarks and breathtaking views that will have your social media followers figuring out how fast they too can get to the South Carolina Lowcountry.

To get you started, we offer up some favorite selfie spots featuring locals and visitors. Now, let’s see your #CharlestonSelfie in front of a Charleston landmark.

Share your photos on social media using hashtag #CharlestonSelfie and tag us on Twitter @Traveler_Mag and on Instagram @TravelerofCharleston. Also, add your photos to the “Share Wall” in our free app. We’ll re-share your posts and you might even see one in our fall issue!

Kelly Sheehy DeGroot and family
Kelly Sheehy DeGroot, author of “Princess Charleston of the Isle of Palms,” and her family at the Sea Turtle Hospital at the South Carolina Aquarium.

May and Aaron Comstock
May and Aaron Comstock at St. Philips Church.

Tamara Ross and John Kearsey at Middleton Place.
Tamara Ross and John Kearsey at Middleton Place.

Holly Fisher with a sweetgrass basket
Traveler of Charleston Editor Holly Fisher shows off a sweetgrass basket.