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African American Sites at Mars Bluff
The area surrounding Francis Marion University is very rich in African American history. The African-American Sites at Mars Bluff include ...
Cheraw, Historic Downtown
Stroll through the streets of historic Cheraw and see beautiful architecture dating back to 1770. You will see churches, homes ...
Dizzy Gillespie Sites
The bronze statue in Cheraw captures his personality perfectly: puffy cheeks, closed eyes and a bent trumpet. The Dizzy Gillespie ...
Florence Museum & William H Johnson Collection
The Florence Museum holds a collection of artifacts from the American Civil War through World War I, as well as ...
Franklin G. Burroughs—Simeon B. Chapin Art Museum
The Franklin G. Burroughs – Simeon B. Chapin Art Museum in Myrtle Beach offers unique and educational exhibits that inspire ...
Georgetown County Museum
Visit the Georgetown County Museum to see a unique exhibit on plantation life. You’ll find articles from both the personal ...
Internationally known as being a center for research and education, Hobcaw Barony was once a place where Winston Churchill and ...
The Hopsewee Plantation in Georgetown is a classic 18th century colonial plantation house open most days of the week for ...
Marion County Museum
Located in the first public school building in Marion County, the museum offers a glimpse into the history of Marion ...
Marlboro County Historical Museum
Housed in a 1902 Victorian dwelling, this site was the former family homes of Dr. John Frank Kinney and his ...
Myrtle Beach Colored School
The Myrtle Beach Colored School served African-American students in the Myrtle Beach area from 1923-1958. Parts of the original building ...
North Myrtle Beach Area Historical Museum
Visit one of the newest museums on the Grand Strand. Opened in 2013, the NMB Museum invites you to step ...
Pearl Fryar Topiary Garden
Pearl Fryar is the man behind the garden with a bigger personality than his tallest topiary. He has a knack ...
Throughout the 1700s, South Carolina’s economy was predominately based on rice. Because of the knowledge imported slaves from West Africa ...
Learn about the importance of rice in the history of Georgetown at the Rice Museum. In 1840, Georgetown produced almost ...
Ronald E. McNair Life History Center & Memorial Park
Dr. Ronald E. McNair, space shuttle astronaut, perished at age 35 aboard the Challenger. His memorial chronicles his life as ...
SC Hall of Fame
The South Carolina Hall of Fame honors SC citizens who have made or are making great contributions to the state’s ...
SC Welcome Center – Hamer
Stop in the Hamer (Dillon) Welcome Center on 1-95 to get lots of information on what’s happening in our region ...
At Schoolhouse Bar-B-Que, you will enjoy an “all you can eat” style buffet of southern goodness inside an old four-room ...
Scott's Barbecue in Hemingway, South Carolina, is a nationally-known favorite for its whole hog bbq roasted over hardwood coals. Get ...
Southern African American Heritage Center
The Southern African American Heritage Center in Cheraw brings the 1800s and mid-1900s to life. As you enter you are ...
The Grove – The Inn on Harlee
Spend the night, or two, at The Grove - The Inn on Harlee in the town of Marion. Relax inside ...
West Broad Street Historic District
West Broad Street Historic District features beautiful late 19th -20th century residences designed by Marlboro County Native Lawrence Reese. Reese ...