Travel and Transportation


Because the Charleston peninsula comprises a small area, which is filled with beautiful historic homes, many residents must park on the street. To avoid parking fines, we ask that festival-goers strictly observe parking limits or utilize
the convenient parking lots and garages.
The following map includes each MOJA event venue and city parking garages:
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PARKING
• Aquarium Garage, 24 Calhoun Street
• Camden Exchange, 47 John Street
• Charleston Place Hotel Garage, 85 Hasell Street
• Charleston Visitor Center, 63 Mary Street
• Cumberland & Concord, 4 Cumberland Street
• East Bay Garage, 25 Prioleau Street
• Francis Marion Hotel Garage, 387 King Street
• Gaillard Garage, 32 Alexander Street
• Majestic Garage, 211 King Street
• St. Philip Street Garage, 75 St. Philip Street
• Queen Street Garage, 93 Queen Street
• Wentworth Garage, 81 Wentworth Street

PUBLIC TRANSIT
Visitors are encouraged to use our full public transportation system, the D.A.S.H. shuttle and C.A.R.T.A. bus. They follow convenient downtown routes near major festival sites, and all are ADA compliant and handicapped accessible. The regular fare is $2.00 for the C.A.R.T.A. Metro Buses, while the Trolleys, also known as D.A.S.H. (Downtown Area Shuttles), are free for all residents and visitors.

PUBLIC RESTROOMS
All parking garages listed above have public restrooms. Additional restrooms
are located in the following public buildings:
• Charleston Maritime Center, 10 Wharfside Street
• City Gallery, 34 Prioleau Street
• Charleston City Hall, 80 Broad Street
• Charleston Visitor Center, 375 Meeting Street