Agriculture (42)
 
  • Ag Museum
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    127 Heritage Road
    Blackville, SC 29817

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    803-584-7315

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    Rivers, Rails & Backroads

    Agricultural Heritage Center
    Local agricultural museum with equipment exhibits and a learning center
    Each part of the Agricultural Heritage Center tells the history of agriculture and expresses the importance of agricultural endeavors throughout the state of South Carolina. The Museum focus is interpreting the historical and cultural influences of agriculture on the area. The "Hands On" Learning Center focuses on both the past and future in a student setting to encourage learning about agriculture and the impact of the local farmers.
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  • Aiken County Farmers Market
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    897 Richland Avenue
    Aiken, SC 29801

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    803-641-7761

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    Rivers, Rails & Backroads

    Aiken County Farmers Market

    Local farmers market

    Now here's a farmers market with a historic twist! For over 50 years this market has been the place to go for local produce. Even the vendor tables are the same! Listed on the Aiken Historic Register, the Farmers Market is a place where produce is sold and conversation and recipes are shared with friends, old and new.


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  • Ashtabula Historic Home
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    2725 Old Greenville Highwway
    Central, SC 29630

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    864-646-7249

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    Mountain Lakes

    Ashtabula Historic Home
    Antebellum home on former 1275-acre farm estate
    This two-story antebellum home sits on property where the first Jersey and Hereford cattle were introduced into South Carolina. Built around 1825 by Lewis Ladson Gibbes and his wife, Maria Drayton Gibbes, the home was part of a 1275-acre farm estate. Today, the site encompasses ten of the original acres and also includes a two-story brick building that dates back to 1790 and is thought to have housed the first licensed tavern in the Upstate of South Carolina. Ashtabula is open for tours and hosts several special events and reenactments throughout the year.
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  • Bee City
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    1066 Holley Ridge Lane
    Cottageville, SC 29435

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    843-835-5912

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    Lowcountry

    Bee City
    Petting zoo, café and gift shop highlighting honeybees
    From the hive to the jar, Bee City guides visitors through the honey-making process. You will also find a petting zoo and café and gift shop on site, where you should be sure to pick up some of their specialties like chocolate covered honey, spun honey or honey comb.
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  • Bee Well Honey and Natural Market

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    205 Hampton Avenue
    Pickens, SC 29671

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    864-898-5122

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    Mountain Lakes

    Bee Well Honey and Natural Market

    A one-stop shop for local honey & natural products from butter to candles and cheese

    The shelves in Bee Well are stocked with everything you need to...be well, of course! Along with local honey and beekeeping supplies, the market shop features staples like bulk spices, grains, milk, butter, meats & cheeses. There's also a wide variety of specialized gifts like candles and soaps. We recommend grabbing a cup of Bee's Beans, fresh brewed coffee sweetened with (what else!) Bee Well honey. There's even a drive-thru!


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  • Beech Island Visitors Center & Barn
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    144 Old Jackson Highway
    Beech Island, SC 29842

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    803-867-3600

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    Rivers, Rails & Backroads

    Beech Island Visitors Center
    1800s country store transformed into local museum with historic barn on site
    Built in the late 1800s as a country store, the Beech Island Visitor Center showcases the 300-plus years of history of Beech Island, a community which dates back to 1685 and was named for the beech trees growing along the wetlands and islands in the Savannah River. Housing a small museum as well as an archive research room, the center serves as the headquarters for the Beech Island Historical Society and also features a totally renovated historic barn with agriculture exhibits.
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  • Belton Train Museum
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    100 North Main Street
    Belton, SC 29627

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    864-338-7400

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    Mountain Lakes

    Belton Train Museum

    Local museum, SC Tennis Hall of Fame and exhibit gallery located inside historic train depot

    This 1908 train depot showcases Belton's history, the SC Tennis Hall of Fame and an exhibit gallery.

    The Ruth Drake Museum is stocked with pioneer artifacts, train relics, 19th Century domestic items and agricultural implements. An extensive geneaology colletion for researchers trying to locate family roots is also on site. 

    The SC Tennis Hall of Fame celebrates the achievements of SC's famous tennis stars. There are mementos from all of the Hall of Fame inductees including such outstanding players as Dennis Van der Meer and Stan Smith, both Wimbledon contenders. All of the portraits of the inductees are painted by internationally acclaimed artist Wayland Moore, a Belton native. 

    The North End Exhibition Gallery promotes traveling collections of interesteing artifacts and semi-annual exhibits. Featured are historic and personal memorabilia of community members on various topics of interest to visitors. 

    The museum holds an Antique Show and Sale and a Heritage Days, both annual events. The Train Depot has space available for meetings and event rentals as well.


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  • Boone Hall Farms
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    2521 Highway 17 North
    Mt. Pleasant, SC 29466

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    843-856-8154

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    Boone Hall Farms
    A large indoor farm market store that also features a restaurant
    Boone Hall Farm Market specializes in a full line of locally grown South Carolina produce, meats and specialty products. It is also a location for Mount Pleasant Seafood, a local favorite seafood market on Shem Creek in Mount Pleasant since 1945. Certified SC grown produce (in season) Strawberries: April, May, and June. Tomatoes: June, July through early August. Blackberries, blueberries and more. Boone Hall Farms also sells homemade fudge, ice cream, jams, jellies, salad dressings, and has a market cafe featuring Farms Fresh meals with meat and vegetables starting at $6.99. Meatloaf is a favorite!!!
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  • Boone Hall Plantation
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    1235 Long Point Road
    Mt. Pleasant, SC 29464

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    843-884-3371

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    Boone Hall Plantation

    One of America's oldest working plantations with historic home and original slave dwellings on the property

    Your experience at Boone Hall Plantation begins with one of the most unforgettable and beloved views in South Carolina. Moss-covered oaks line the pathway up to the historic home, which was built in 1936. It is a portion of the story behind Boone Hall, which has existed since 1681. House tours and educational programs about life on the plantation are availableincluding the African American experience, which can be explored through exhibits inside 9 original brick slave dwellings. Boone Hall is one of America’s oldest working plantations, having been continuously growing and producing crops for over 320 years. Make sure you stop by Boone Hall Farm Market while you're in the area! History Trivia: The house at Boone Hall was used for filming portions of the popular film, The Notebook.


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  • Boxwood Manor
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    1790 Boxwood Manor
    Pendleton, SC 29670

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    864-261-8430

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    Mountain Lakes

    Boxwood Manor

    Historic home on a Century Farm that has remained in the same family since 1790

    This historic home is located on a Century Farm (private residence) and is available for special events, weddings, meetings and organized tours. Boxwood Manor was built in 1790 and has remained in the same family ever since. Six dependancies are still standing on the property. The grainery features a family quilt as a part of the Upstate Heritage Quilt trail. Call ahead to schedule an appointment or tour.


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  • Bryson's Apple Orchard
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    1011 Chattooga Ridge Road
    Mountain Rest, SC 29664

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    864-647-9427

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    Mountain Lakes

    Bryson's Apple Orchard
    Family owned orchard in the Blue Ridge Mountains
    Bryson's is a family owned and operated apple orchard located in the beautiful Long Creek area of the Blue Ridge Mountains. Stop in here for a quick apple fix or a full day of adventure! Picnic tables are also available for those who want to bring a picnic lunch. Perfect family or group outing! U-pick apples sales open August through the middle of October.
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  • Callaham Orchards
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    559 Crawford Road
    Belton, SC 29627

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    864-338-0810

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    Mountain Lakes

    Callaham Orchards
    Family owned orchard
    Callaham Orchards is a family owned and operated farm that has everything from local and fresh produce grown right on the farm to honey and other local treats. Many special events are held throughout the year so be sure to call ahead for a complete lineup of events and the current seasonal produce line-up!
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  • Caw Caw Nature & History Interpretive Center
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    5200 Savannah Highway
    Ravenel, SC 29470

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    843-889-8898

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    Lowcountry

    Caw Caw Nature & History Interpretive Center
    Former rice plantation that offers outdoor opportunities and historic interpretation of the property
    Caw Caw Interpetive Center guides you through 654 acres worth of history and nature. Part of a former rice plantation, the land was home to enslaved African Americans who applied their technology and skills in agriculture to carve a highly successful series of rice fields out of cypress swamp. Still evident are the earthen dikes, remnant water control structures and canals that today provide diverse habitats to migratory waterfowl, songbirds, deer, otter and alligators. Visitors can experience Caw Caw through the 8 miles of walking trails, interpretive exhibits at the interpretive center and a wide variety of educational programs.
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  • Charleston Tea Plantation
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    6617 Maybank Highway
    Wadmalaw Island, SC 29487

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    843-559-0383

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    Lowcountry

    Charleston Tea Plantation
    America's only tea garden offers tours and gift shop
    Come to quiet Wadmalaw Island in the Lowcountry for a visit to America's only tea farm. You can take a trolley tour through the thousands of tea plants (camellia sinesis) and then stop in at the factory to see how the leaves get from the field to your cup! The gift shop is a must with everything from candles to tea pots. Charleston Tea Plantation also holds the First Flush Festival every Spring to celebrate the new harvest season of the tea plants. History Trivia: The "first flush" or first harveset of tea plants has a unique taste and was usually reserved for royalty.
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  • Chattooga Belle Farm
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    454 Damascus Church Road
    Long Creek, SC 29658

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    864-647-9768

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    Mountain Lakes

    Chattooga Belle Farm
    138-acre farm with vineyards and seasonal u-pick opportunities
    Set at the foot of the Blue Ridge Mountains among a spectacular canvas of rolling hills and vineyards is Chattooga Belle Farm, a 138 acre u-pick farm and event barn. The farm offers various u-pick opportunities to include apple and peach orchards, grape and muscadine vineyards and berry patches.
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  • Colleton Museum & Farmers Market
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    239 North Jefferies Boulevard
    Walterboro, SC 29488

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    843-546-5775

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    Lowcountry

    Colleton Museum & Farmers Market
    Local museum and farmers market
    Located in Walterboro, known as the front porch of the Lowcountry, the Colleton Museum & Farmers Market is a must stop. You'll find exhibits on the deep history of the area, including agriculture and plantations. The farmers market is located just outside the museum building, which makes it a convenient and yummy stop!
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  • Cooks Farm
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    1236 Augusta Road
    Trenton, SC 29847

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    803-275-2970

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    Freshwater Coast

    Cook's Farm

    Family owned farm & roadside stand

    Cook's Farm isa family owned and operated Roadside Market and Greenhouse specializing in hand-graded peaches since 1960. Seasonal produce is available at the roadside stand seasonally, along with local products like dressings and salsas!


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  • Daylily Depot and Gardens
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    381 Trojan Road
    Ridge Spring, SC 29129

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    803-685-7219

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    Freshwater Coast

    Daylily Depot and Gardens
    Daylily display garden with over 900 varieties
    Daylily Depot Gardens is an official daylily display garden of the American Hermerocallis Society. With over 900 varieties of daylilies and over 50 varieties of irises, you'll want to visit during peak blooming times. For the irises that time is mid-April with repeat blooming from late May through December. The daylilies bloom from early April to mid-October with abundant blooms through mid-July. For special visits, please call (803) 685-7219. Daylily Depot also has pick-your-own blueberries from June to early August that are open 7 days a week!
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  • Dorn Mill
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    100 South Main Street
    McCormick, SC 29835

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    864-852-2144

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    Freshwater Coast

    Dorn Mill
    1898s cottonseed oil mill and 1920s flour and grist mill
    This fascinating reminder of America's agricultural and industrial history contains a gristmill, cotton gin and a weigh station. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the gristmill was built in 1898 as a cottonseed oil mill and converted to a flour and gristmill in the 1920s. One of the few remaining gristmills in the state, the site contains original steam engines and equipment which were powered by sawdust and wood chips from Dorn Lumber Yard.
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  • Edgefield County Peach Museum
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    416 Calhoun Street
    Johnston, SC 29832

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    803-275-0010

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    Freshwater Coast

    Edgefield County Peach Museum
    Local museum and visitor information in the "Peach Capital of the World"
    Noted as The Peach Capital of the World, Edgefield County has a remarkable history of agriculture and peach cultivation. The Edgefield County Peach Museum is your first stop to find out why. Pick up some local peach products here and get visitor information on things to do in the area, especially the roadside produce stands and farms!
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  • Elloree Heritage Museum
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    2714 Cleveland Street
    Elloree, SC 29047

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    803-897-2225

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    Elloree Heritage Museum
    State-of-the-art exhibits recreating 1900 buildings, an 18th century cabin and plantation cotton gin
    Elloree is a Native American word meaning "The Home I Love." Find out why as you browse this state-of-the-art museum that will guide you through Elloree as it was in 1900. You can see the recreated stores, bank and hotel while also exploring a plantation cotton gin, see the 18th century Snider Cabin and meet the farm mule, Ruby Doo.
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  • Emerald Farm
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    409 Emerald Farm Road
    Greenwood, SC 29646

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    864-223-2247

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    Freshwater Coast

    Emerald Farm
    Local goat dairy known for their events and goat milk products such as soaps, shampoos and lotions
    Located on sixty acres of beautiful rolling pastures surrounded by forest land, Emerald Farm brings visitors into the goat dairy world. Shop their goat milk soaps, shampoos and lotions or hope on the Emerald Farm Express to tour the herb garden and soap factory. The farm is also noted for their spring and fall festivals!
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  • Geechie Boy Market & Mill
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    2975 Highway 174
    Edisto Island, SC 29438

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    843-209-5220

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    Lowcountry

    Geechie Boy Market & Mill

    Local market & u-pick with 1945 grist mill

    Geechie Boy Market and Mill is a certified Roadside Market that features U-Pick or We-Pick the freshest of any produce that it in season. Specialty food items include: coffee, grits, cornmeal, honey, jams, jellies, meat, eggs, cheese, breads, boiled peanuts and fresh cut flowers. For that unique souvenir, bring home stone-ground grits made in front of you by an authentic 1945 mill!


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  • Gurosik's Berry Plantation
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    345 Briggs Road
    North Augusta, SC 29860

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    803-278-0594

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    Rivers, Rails & Backroads

    Gurosik's Berry Plantation
    Berry plantation with on-site farm market
    The leading producer of strawberries, hybrid blackberries, and related products in the Central Savannah River Area, the plantation allows visitors to escape the hustle and bustle of the city and discover a feast for their senses in this peaceful, relaxing atmosphere in rural America. Enjoy friendly service, gorgeous flowers and farm fresh fruits and vegetables!
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  • Hagood Mill Historic Site and Folklife Center
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    138 Hagood Mill Road
    Pickens, SC 29671

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    864-898-2936

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    Hagood Mill Historic Site and Folklife Center

    One of the oldest surviving grist mills still producing grain in SC

    The Hagood Mill Historic Site & Folklife Center is home to the historic Hagood Gristmill. On the National Register of Historic Places, the mill was originally constructed circa 1825 and built at its present location in 1845. It is one of the oldest known surviving gristmills still producing grain products in South Carolina. It has the largest waterwheel in the state (20 ft.) and is the only waterwheel in SC still made of wood. Today the site features the fully operational gristmill, a traditional barn with a family farm exhibit, visitors center with gift shop, two historic log cabins dating from 1791 and 1925, a blacksmith shop, cotton gin building, moonshine still, and a large outdoor stage for musical events. Hagood Mill is famous for their event series every 3rd Saturday of each month that offers traditional arts, folklife and living history demonstrations and musical entertainment such as bluegrass, old time and blues.

    Also on the property is the Hagood Creek Petroglyph Site, which includes a climate-controlled orientation lobby, displays, and viewing room for thirty-two petroglyphs!


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  • Happy Cow Creamery
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    332 McKelvey Road
    Pelzer, SC 29669

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    864-243-9699

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    Mountain Lakes

    Happy Cow Creamery
    Dairy with store on site featuring milk, fresh produce
    Happy Cow Creamery produces and processes fresh milk right on the farm. The milk here is not homogenized like most store bought milk. It is pasteurized at a low temperature therefore the natural enzymes are present. The milk here is special because the cows graze on lush green pastures twelve months a year. Visit the shop at Happy Cow Creamery for milk, fresh and naturally grown fruits and vegetables, and many other products!
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  • Hickory Hill Milk
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    7 Hickory Hill Lane
    Edgefield, SC 29824

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    803-275-6141

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    Freshwater Coast

    Hickory Hill Milk
    Dairy famous for it's milk and farm tours
    Hickory Hill Milk is old-fashioned whole milk and guaranteed to be hormone free. All of the milk is non-homogenized, allowing the cream to rise to the top. Sound delicious? It is! Find out for yourself by scheduling a tour of the farm to see what makes Hickory Hill dairy products different from the rest. Regular, buttermilk and chocolate are available.
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  • Irvin House Vineyards & Firefly Vodka Distillery
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    6775 Bears Bluff Road
    Wadmalaw Island, SC 29487

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    843-559-6867

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    Lowcountry

    Irvin House Vineyards & Firefly Vodka Distillery
    Tours, tastings and shopping for the muscadine wine and firefly vodka, rum and bourbon
    Wadmalaw Island is a place where you will still find dirt roads, ancient oak trees and fireflies still light up the sky. It is here that you will find Irvin House Vineyards & the Firefly Distillery. Irvin House is the Charleston area's only winery. Take a tour to see how Irvin House produces wine from the native muscadine grapes, or schedule a tasting! The Firefly Distillery is also on site, which makes the world's first hand-crafted sweet tea flavored vodka! You can shop or do tastings at the distillery, which also makes different flavors of vodka, rum & bourbon!
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  • John De La Howe Barn
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    192 Gettys Road
    McCormick, SC 29835

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    864-391-2131

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    Freshwater Coast

    John De La Howe Barn
    1931 barn from a historic children's school that is now a local marketplace
    The John de la Howe School barn was built in 1931 and for nearly 50 years provided a dairy operation that offered much needed services to John de la Howe School for children and the surrounding community. The Barn, which stands out for it's architecture alone, was converted into a country marketplace that showcases the hand-made craft products that are made by the students, volunteers, staff and local artisans.
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  • Legare Farms
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    2620 Hanscombe Point Road
    Johns Island, SC 29455

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    843-559-0788

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    Lowcountry

    Legare Farms
    Family-owned farmstead that raises natural meats, eggs, vegetables and nursery plants
    Rich in tradition and history, Legare Farms is a bustling, 300-acre farm on the banks of the Stono River just 14 miles outside of Charleston. Open by appointment and during special events (the Pumpkin Patch is a favorite!), the farm raises Black Angus and Hereford cattle without the use of antibiotics or hormones and also raises pigs of fine heritage breeds such as Yorkshire, Hampshire, Berkshire and Tamworth. The eggs produced on Legare Farms are free-range and of top quality and the vegetables (free of chemicals and pesticides) are offered to memberships in a successful CSA food co-op program. Legare also grows Zoysia, Bermuda, St. Augustine, and Centipede sod as well as a variety of nursery plants.
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  • Lucky Acres Farm
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    1024 Milford Road
    Townville, SC 29689

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    864-287-2339

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    Mountain Lakes

    Lucky Acres Farm
    Family-owned alpaca farm with gift shop on site
    Lucky Acres is a family owned and operated alpaca farm that encourages visitors to come and experience the farming lifestyle. Baby alpacas (or circas) arrive every spring and fall and you can also browse a large variety of gifts made from alpaca fiber. You can even buy yarn from Lucky Acres alpacas!
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  • May-Lan Tree Plantation
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    156 Cooley Bridge Road
    Pelzer, SC 29669

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    864-243-3092

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    Mountain Lakes

    May-Lan Tree Plantation
    Tree farm that also offers seasonal produce, hayrides and locally made items
    May-Lan is most noted for their Christmas trees, which they have available as select-your-own or already-cut along with fresh wreaths and garlands. More than a tree farm, in October May-Lan offers gourds, squash, corn stalks, pumpkins of all sizes and more! Have family fun with a hayride, get lost in the children’s maze, visit the “Bat Cave,” and go through “Bugsy” the 40 foot inflatable caterpillar. Don’t miss visiting the farm animals, shopping the locally made goodies like jellies and jams and be sure to bring the camera.
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  • Maritime Museum
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    729 Front Street
    Georgetown, SC 29440

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    843-520-0111

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    Lowcountry

    SC Maritime Museum

    The only museum in the state with the sole mission of exploring South Carolina's maritime history

    Much of South Carolina history can be defined by its attachment to and love of the sea. There are countless stories connecting commerce, military, recreation, education and how ships and their crews and builders played a role. The SC Maritime Museum aims to tell these stories to visitors through various exhibits. The museum also hosts two popular events each year, The Burning of the Socks each Spring and the Wooden Boat Show each Fall.


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  • Split Creek Farm
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    3806 Centerville Road
    Anderson, SC 29625

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    864-287-3921

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    Mountain Lakes

    Split Creek Farm
    Award-winning goat dairy and shop
    Split Creek Farm is a Grade "A" goat dairy facility designed and built by its owners. It began as a dairy farm in 1985 and has since expanded to include the production of goat cheese, goat milk fudge, yogurt and goat milk soap. The farm's registered goatherd produces all of the milk used in products. The goats and cheeses have been recognized nationally with numerous honors and awards.
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  • The Happy Berry
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    510 Gap Hill Road
    Six Mile, SC 29682

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    864-350-9345

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    Mountain Lakes

    The Happy Berry
    U-pick berries on historic family-owned farm
    Nestled in the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains, this U-Pick berry farm is situated on the east side of Lake Keowee, the perfect landscape for growing blueberries, blackberries, figs and grapes. The Miller Family has owned The Happy Berry since 1979, but the land has a long and colorful history. The driveway to the farm is actually a part of the old road that led to the capital of the Cherokee Indians in Keowee town. It is possible that then lieutenant Andrew Pickens was entrapped by the Cherokees in the hollow on the backside of the farm during the Cherokee Indian War of 1761. Arrowheads and old musket balls are common around the farm!
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  • The Nut House
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    505 East Main Street
    Ridge Spring, SC 29129

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    803-685-5335

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    Freshwater Coast

    The Nut House
    Quality pecans and SC-made food items
    The Nut House is one of the many quaint shops in historic Ridge Spring. It is known as THE source for quality pecans direct from the farm. Pecan selection includes in shell, cracked, shelled, roasted pecans, spiced pecans, chocolate covered pecans, pecan brittle, pralines, pecan stuffed dates, white chocolate clusters, honey, stone-ground grits, barbeque sauce and of course a pecan cookbook.
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  • The Rice Museum
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    633 Front Street
    Georgetown, SC 29440

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    843-546-7423

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    Lowcountry

    The Rice Museum
    Explores history of local rice cultivation, colonial ship and an adjacent art gallery shop
    The Rice Museum offers a 60-minute guided tour through the Old Market Building and Kaminski Hardware buildings. The tour tells the story of the rice culture in Georgetown County, one of the most colorful chapters in American History. Through maps, dioramas, artifacts, videos, and other exhibits, visitors learn about a society based on one agricultural crop. The tour includes the Browns Ferry Vessel, which dates to the early 1700s. It is the oldest vessel of colonial manufacture in the United States and is on the National Register of Historic places. Also included is a video presentation of “The Garden of Gold,” a history of rice culture in Georgetown County, exhibits on the Kaminski Hardware Company, Gullah history, Miss Ruby Forsythe (one of South Carolina’s great educators), and Joseph Hayne Rainey, the first African American elected to the United States Congress. The museum includes a gift shop and the Prevost Gallery, which features rotating exhibits of art and history.
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  • Tokeena Angus
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    320 Coyote Lane
    Seneca, SC 29678

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    864-972-3192

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    Mountain Lakes

    Tokeena Angus
    Solar powered food manufacturing plant
    Tokeena Angus is a solar powered food manufacturing plant who turns sunlight and green grass into a delicious and nutritious meal for anytime, anywhere. The beef is all natural and raised on forages such as bermudagrass, oat and wheat haylage, and sorghum silage grown right on the farm. The farm product is South Carolina Grown so bring a cooler and take home some delicious Tokeens Angus for dinner!
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  • Vallentines Store & Cotton Gin
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    132 Cotton Avenue
    Cope, SC 29038

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    803-534-7105

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    Rivers, Rails & Backroads

    Vallentines Store & Cotton Gin

    Operating cotton gin and general store

    Experience cotton ginning and follow the crop once it arrives from the field to the bale. The gin usually operates from late Sept.- Dec. and when it’s not in operation, a video explains the procedure. There is an adjacent general store that offers patrons everything from stick bologna and nuts and bolts to cotton souvenirs.


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  • Wagener Museum
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    12 Short Street
    Wagener, SC 29164

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    803-564-3412

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    Rivers, Rails & Backroads

    Wagener Museum

    Local history exhibits from Native American to present

    The Wagener Museum contains artifacts from the prehistoric Indian era to present. The collection includes arrowheads, farm implements, a 1915 working gramophone with cylinder records, cotton gin sharpening machine, blacksmith tools and more.


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  • Watsonia
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    3755 Highway 23
    Monetta, SC 29105

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    803-685-7035

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    Freshwater Coast

    Watsonia

    Family-owned and operated farm since early 1900s, restaurant and market on site

    Since 1918 four generations of the Watson family has perfected the art of growing fresh produce. Here you can tour the farm to learn more about the operation, pick up any produce that is in season or visit Peaches N' Such, the on-site restaurant where (no surprise here) the peach ice cream is a favorite.


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  • Williston Museum
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    5121 Springfield Road
    Williston, SC 29853

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    803-266-7015

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    Rivers, Rails & Backroads

    Williston Museum

    Agriculture exhibits depicting life in Williston in the early 20th century

    Here diorama exhibits depict the life and culture of Williston in the early 20th century. Old farm implements are set up in a barn created out of rough sawn pine with a tin roof. An old country store counter exhibit describes life in Williston prior to the Great Depression, when it was the ‘Asparagus Capital of America.’ Visit the Williston Museum for a step back in time to an era gone by.


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