Charleston's oldest church
Located at the intersection of Broad and Meeting, St. Michael's is one of the "Four Corners of Law": three corners of the intersection are anchored by a historic government building, and the fourth is St. Michael's, which, of course represents God's law. St. Michael's is also the oldest church building in a city full of them, and the structure has been through every milestone in Charleston
's history, with scars from the Civil War and a steeple brought down by the 1886 earthquake. Inside, don't miss the Louis Comfort Tiffany glass altarpiece, and outside, take time to wander the extensive and atmospheric cemetery.