Circular Congregational Church, Charleston

#18 of 38 in Historic Sites in Charleston
Church · Hidden Gem · Tourist Spot
The Circular Congregational Church is a historic church at 150 Meeting Street in Charleston, South Carolina, United States, used by a congregation established in 1681. Its parish house, the Parish House of the Circular Congregational Church, is a highly significant Greek Revival architectural work by Robert Mills, and is recognized as a U.S. National Historic Landmark.

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  • We were walking by and stopped in to see the cemetery and view the building from various sides. It’s always fun to read old headstones.  more »
  • This is an odd looking church, but that makes it interesting. These old churches had the cemeteries right next to the church which is kind of spooky to me.  more »
  • Want a spooky night in Charleston? Take a stroll through the graveyard at the Circular Congregational Church find a place to sit and then read a ghost story. You won't have to pay anything and it will be spookier fun than anything you else.
  • Amazing structure, beautiful church and an amazingly Awesome cemetery.... with headstones from back into the 1700's. The church was built in the late 1600's I believe.

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