USS Yorktown At Patriots Point

Take a step back through memory lane and recapture the essence of the glory days with Patriots Point.  For those unaware, Patriots Point, on the Charleston Harbor in Mount Pleasant, SC, is the home of Patriots Point Naval and Maritime Museum and a fleet of National Historic Landmark ships, a most impressive list that includes the USS YORKTOWN.  Patriots point is also home to the Cold War Memorial and the only Vietnam Support Base Camp in the United State.  There's no better way to experience the spirit of the past than with Crafted Charleston Tours, it our honor to set the stage for you to make lifelong memories with you, your significant other and family members.  In order to enjoy the freedoms we have today, many sacrifices were made by our past patriots, there's no better way for you to gain the education than first hand experience.  Crafted Charleston Tours can organize customized itinerary packages to suit all your needs to create even more powerful memories.  Gain unique insight from the remarkable history of the location.  Learn about Fort Moultrie, a Revolutionary War battle site and experience the  aforementioned“Fighting Lady of World War II,” the Yorktown.  It's truly a spectacular sight to behold.  You can also tour the campus of the Citadel or walk Civil War earthworks.


Patriots Point is not something for your bucket-list.  It's something that you should do now, or as soon as time permits.  Charleston tours are highly affordable, there are some life experiences that often fail to deliver on promise, however, the experience of Patriots point is not one of them.  You and your family are going to be inspired by the glorious achievements of the past.  Absorbing the Patriots Point experience is something that you are going to want to do time and time again. Patriots Point is also headquarters to the Congressional Medal of Honor Society and the agency's official Medal of Honor Museum.  We all enjoy our way of life thanks to the sacrifice of our patriots, taking the tour is a great way to show appreciation and give back to our heroes.  Stories of our brave men and women need to be told, there's no better way to honor their memory than by soaking in the experience firsthand.

The history of Patriots Point is in itself remarkable.  Far too many countries fail to acknowledge their heroes who gave the ultimate sacrifice for land and country.  However, the United States deemed it important enough to establish Patriots Point to keep the stories of our war legends alive and well forever.  Since Patriots Point was established in the mid 1970's it has become a popular tourist attraction.  It draws almost 300,000 visitors every year.  So what are you waiting for, make your reservation today.  Provide yourself and family with a rewarding education and experience that you will be talking about for many years to come.


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