Charleston’s City Market dates back to 1788 and remains a fun if touristy place to explore, crammed with arts-and-crafts stalls, restaurants, and the city’s famed Gullah “basket ladies” working on sweet-grass baskets. The complex comprises the Greek Revival-style Market Hall, completed in 1841 (and containing the Confederate Museum upstairs and 4 blocks of open-air buildings and sheds, most of which were built between 1804 and the 1830s.