“a tourist must see!”
The City Hall Gallery is located within Charleston's City Hall, a building that was built in 1801 and served as a bank before becoming the Charleston City Hall in 1818. This gallery is known for its extensive collection of portraits, especially the portraits of famous leaders such as George Washington and President James Monroe. Local oil art is also featured in this gallery, and being located close to the South Carolina Historical Society and the Charleston Monument makes this gallery a tourist must see!
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City Hall Gallery
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