Discover a whole new world in Mount Pleasant, famous for its golfing, beaches, shopping, dining, and more at a relaxed pace.
Relish in the historic charm of Mount Pleasant as you soak in the scenic beauty of the area.
Exploring the iconic filming locations from the hit Netflix series, “Outer Banks” is one of the highlights here.
The TV series is mostly filmed in Charleston, South Carolina, with popular landmarks like the Hunting Island Lighthouse, located on Hunting Island, and Seabrook Island featuring in the show.
Take advantage of the opportunity to enjoy a private tour that provides a behind-the-scenes look into the creation of the beloved series.
Top Outer Banks Film Locations Tour
Table of contents
- What to expect
- Where to book tickets
- How do online tickets work
- Cost of Outer Banks Film Locations Tour
- Outer Banks Film Locations Tour tickets
- Charleston Outer Banks Film Location eBike Tour tickets
- Meeting point
- Best time to visit
- How long does the tour take
- FAQs about Outer Banks Film Locations Tour
What to expect
Embark on an exclusive half-day film locations tour in Charleston with a guide who was an extra during the first season of “Outer Banks.”
Discover the picturesque Pitt Street Bridge, take in the stunning views of Shem Creek, and much more.
A trip to Shem Creek lets visitors enjoy the primary filming location for all the harbor scenes featured in the show.
Let a knowledgeable guide regale you with fascinating stories and capture memorable photos and videos of you and your group throughout the journey.
Hear firsthand accounts about the cast and crew while visiting the show’s famous sites.
This delightful tour also lets visitors gain an intriguing insight into the city’s rich history, culture, and architecture.
|Outer Banks Film Locations Tour in Charleston||US$175|
|Outer Banks Film Location eBike Tour in Charleston||US$125|
Where to book tickets
Tickets for the Outer Banks Film Locations Tour can be purchased online in advance.
We suggest booking your tickets early to save time and avoid any hassles.
Online ticket prices tend to be cheaper than tickets at the venue.
When you buy online, you can avoid the long queues at the attraction’s ticket counters.
Because some attractions sell a limited number of tickets, booking early helps avoid last-minute disappointment.
When you book early, you also get your preferred time slot.
How do online tickets work
To book your Outer Banks Film Locations Tour, head to the booking page and choose your desired date and time and the number of tickets.
Once you’ve made your purchase, your tickets will be sent to your email. There’s no need to take any printouts.
On the day of your tour, simply present your smartphone ticket and embark on an adventure.
Cost of Outer Banks Film Locations Tour
Tickets for Outer Banks Film Locations Tour in Charleston are priced at US$175 for all visitors.
Tickets for Outer Banks Film Location eBike Tour in Charleston are available for US$125.
Outer Banks Film Locations Tour tickets
Experience a unique tour of Charleston’s film locations with a private guide.
Get up close and personal with the locations featured in the hit Netflix series Outer Banks.
Embark on a private tour with up to four guests that includes a luxurious 2-hour drive in a sedan.
Visit 13 different film locations, including the Gaillard Center, Wharfside, and Lowndes Grove, where visitors can make stops and take some memorable photos and videos.
Cross the Ravenel Bridge to Shem Creek and the Old Village in Mount Pleasant, where you can visit more film sites and even stop to observe dolphins at The Wreck.
The tour is the perfect way to maximize your time and learn about the cast, crew, and production of Outer Banks.
Ticket Cost: US$175
Charleston Outer Banks Film Location eBike Tour tickets
Some places that are a part of the story, such as Pope’s dad’s restaurant, are real as well. Fans can visit the restaurant at the food market located in Shem Creek in Mount Pleasant.
Explore Mount Pleasant on an e-bike tour that takes you to sites featured in the hit show “Outer Banks.”
The tour includes an e-bike, helmet, locks, basket, and charger, and the small group size ensures a personalized experience.
Let a knowledgeable tour guide explain how to use the bike before the tour starts.
The tour lets visitors ride past different filming locations from “Outer Banks” and “The Notebook.”
During the tour, riders will see the Pitt Street Bridge, a filming site for “Outer Banks,” and pass by Kiara’s house, a beautiful example of southern architecture.
Head to the Old Village Business district used as a filming site in the show.
The district includes the Pitt Street Pharmacy, the Sheriff’s Office, and Kildare Co. Surf Shop.
The tour also takes visitors to the famous Wreck of the Richard & Charlene restaurant, a hidden gem in the Shem Creek area.
Riders will head to Sullivan’s Island, which is the filming site for the iconic “Welcome to Outer Banks Paradise on Earth” scene and the pilot episode’s opening scene.
Do not fret over photos, as the tour guide will take complimentary photos and videos of the group.
This tour is perfect for visitors looking to experience the local charm of Charleston with a touch of Hollywood.
Ticket Cost: US$125
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The meeting point for the Outer Banks Film Locations Tour depends on the tour you select.
Check the ticket booking page for the latest information on this.
The Outer Banks Film Locations Tour is available on all days of the week except Sundays.
You can choose to book the tour at 10 am or 2 pm.
Best time to visit
If you want to experience the tour when it is least crowded, planning your trip on a weekday morning is best.
The earlier you start the tour, the less crowded your experience will be.
Weekends and public holidays tend to be the most crowded time in the area.
How long does the tour take
The Outer Banks Film Locations Tour takes about 3 hours.
The tour includes over 13 stops, including the store where Sarah’s earrings were created.
FAQs about Outer Banks Film Locations Tour
Here are some questions visitors usually ask before booking tickets for the Outer Banks Film Locations Tour.
The Outer Banks Film Locations Tour is a guided tour that takes visitors to various locations where “Outer Banks,” a popular Netflix show, was filmed in Charleston.
The Outer Banks Film Locations Tours last for 2.5 to 3 hours, depending on the tour you choose.
The duration may also vary depending on the number of stops and the amount of time spent at each location.
The Outer Banks Film Locations Tours do not have any age restrictions.
Unfortunately, the Outer Banks Film Locations Tours are not wheelchair accessible.
If you wish to avail a full refund, you must cancel at least 24 hours before the experience starts.
Yes, restroom facilities are available at certain stops along the tour route.
Unfortunately, some locations on the tour may not be wheelchair accessible due to uneven terrain or stairs.
Yes, visitors are allowed to take pictures during the Outer Banks Film Locations Tour in Charleston.
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