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At the Nathaniel Russell House gaze upon the opulent life of Charleston’s elite. A National Historic Landmark, the Federation-style residence was built over a five-year period and completed in 1808. It has been beautifully-restored and furnished with period antiques, porcelain, hand-woven rugs, and art. The focal point is the free-standing three-story spiral staircase boasting unequaled craftsmanship. Knowledgeable docent-led tours examine the lives of the Russell family and the slaves who cared for the household. There is an admission fee and a combined ticket if you plan to visit the Aiken-Rhett House.
51 Meeting Street
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