129th Annual Sons of Confederate Veterans National Region Reunion: July'16-21, 2022

129th Annual Sons of Confederate Veterans National Reunion: July 16-21, 2024

Charleston, South Carolina

The Birth Place of the Confederacy Reunion

July 16-21, 2024

SCV National Reunion Flyer

The 2024 Reunion will be at The Embassy Suites in North Charleston, S.C.

Hosted By:  Secession Camp #4

Charleston, S.C.  is one of the most beautiful cities on Earth. What we have planned for you includes touring Fort Sumter, Warren Lasch Conservation Center (Hunley Museum) St. Michael’s Church, White Point Garden, The Citadel, Charleston Museum, Magnolia Cemetery, Historic Downtown Charleston and Much more. Register NOW as tickets are limited.

Featured Tours

Wednesday July 17, Fort Sumter Tour

Visiting Fort Sumter is an essential part of our History. touring Fort Sumter during your stay in Charleston is well worth your time. The ferry ride out to the island is also a nice way to get out on the water. Fort Sumter is where the first shots of the War Between the States took place.

Thursday July 18, Hunley Tour and Presentation

Join Randy Burbage, a former member of the Hunley Commission, for dinner and a presentation on “The History, Recovery, and Conservation of the Confederate Submarine, H.L. Hunley.” The presentation will consist of a PowerPoint presentation with rarely seen pictures of the historic submarine raised in August of 2000 and Randy’s personal stories of the sub’s journey. A limited number of tickets will be sold for a person behind scenes tour at the Warren Lasch Conservation Center conducted by Randy after dinner.

Friday July 19, Historic Charleston / WBTS Tour

See The Citadel , ride around The Battery & view Fort Sumter, visit The Four Corners of Law, go in St. Michael ‘s Church , walk in footsteps of Robert E Lee, take tour thru Old Custom House, Old Exchange, & Pirates Dungeon & listen to a lecture about WBTS and the building, and more

Friday July 19, Fort Sumter Sunset & Dinner Cruise

We will board the three-deck tour boat at 5:00 pm for a 30-35 minute trip down the Cooper River, past the World War II aircraft carrier USS Yorktown, Castle Pinckney, historic Charleston, and “The Battery” In Charleston Harbor, we will cross the waters where the H. L. Hunley trained in 1863-64, pass Ft. Johnson. Arriving at Ft. Sumter at 5:45 pm

Sat. July 20, St. Michaels Church / Provost Dungeon

A carriage tour is one of the best ways to see the beauty of Charleston. A carriage ride through Charleston is perhaps the most iconic experience a first-time visitor to the Holy City can have. Explore historic downtown Charleston with a friendly, engaging guide, a beautiful horse, and a comfortable carriage for a memorable 1-hour carriage ride through history.