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  • Berkeley  County Museum
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    950 Stony Landing Road
    Moncks Corner, SC 29461

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    Berkeley County Museum
    Local museum with history exhibits including those on military conflicts, colonial history and even moonshine
    Walking into the Berkeley County Museum, your footsteps will echo on the 150-year-old heart pine floor that was originally in a railroad warehouse in Darlington, SC. Located within the Old Santee Canal Park, the museum houses exhibits and artifacts that tell 12,000 years of the area's history. Exhibits focus on Brig. Gen. Francis Marion (The Swamp Fox), American Indians, Colonial life, early medicine and education, rural electrification and the Francis Marion National Forest. The most recent display describes the rich history of "Moonshine" in Berkeley County, once considered the moonshine capital of the state. Also of note is the replica Little David, a civil war era submersible torpedo boat that was built under an oak tree at nearby Stony Landing. One night in 1863, the David attacked the Union ship, USS New Ironsides, and extremely damaged the vessel.
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  • Bethel Presbyterian Church
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    580 Bethel Church Road
    Walhalla, SC 29691

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    864-784-7268

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    Bethel Presbyterian Church

    Historic Church and Cemetery in the Upstate

    Founded in 1805 by General Andrew Pickens and Rev. Andrew Brown, Bethel Presbyterian is the oldest church in continuous use in Oconee County. The current house of worship was built in 1846 by Henry Steele and restored in 2002, exposing the hand-hewed beams in the ceiling. The church has recently published its history, which is 288 pages and includes the church registry from 1855-2012 and select family genealogies and photographs. The cemetery dates to the founding of the church.


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  • Charles Pinckney National Historic Site
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    1254 Long Point Road
    Mt. Pleasant, SC 29464

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    843-881-5516

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    Lowcountry

    Charles Pinckney National Historic Site
    Coastal plantation of Charles Pinckney, a signer of the United States Constitution
    Charles Pinckney was a principal author and a signer of the United States Constitution. This remnant of Snee Farmk, his coastal plantation, is preserved to tell the story of a "forgotten founder," his life of public service, the lives of enslaved African Americans and their influences on Pinckney.
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  • Charles Towne Landing State Historic Site
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    1500 Old Towne Road
    Charleston, SC 29407

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    843-852-4200

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    Charles Towne Landing State Historic Site
    Site of the 1670 landing of English settles, includes ship replica, museum and animal forest
    Truly the birthplace of South Carolina, in 1670 a group of English settlers landed here and established the start of the Carolinas colony, the plantation system of the American South and one of the continent's first major port cities. The view here hasn't changed much at all (except for the fact that you can now enjoy a convenient trolley and audio tour to get you from place to place!). First brush up on your history at the interactive museum and gift shop before you begin your journey through the Adventure (a 17th century replica ship), an experimental crop garden, archaeology sites, an animal forest with species indigienous to SC and 80 acres of gardens. The Legare-Waring House is a favorite place for weddings and events along with Founders Hall, a LEEDS gold certified event facility.
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  • Church of the Holy Apostles
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    228 Hagood Avenue
    Barnwell, SC 29812

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    803-259-3477

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    Church of the Holy Apostles
    Episcopal Church built before the Civil War, known to have been occupied by horses of Union Soldiers
    The Church of the Apostles was founded in 1848 with an original list of parishioners consisting of 8 families and their slaves. St. Michael’s Church (located in Charleston) supplied the first altar and pulpit, which are both still in use today. The cemetery surrounding the church contains the crypts and tombstones of many famous SC men and women. Feel free to enter, meditate or pray during regular church office hours (located next door). Call ahead for guided or self-guided tours.
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  • Colonial Dorchester State Historic Site
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    300 State Park Road
    Summerville, SC 29485

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    843-873-1740

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    Colonial Dorchester State Historic Site
    Site of a colonial village featuring original church tower, cemetery and archaeology sites
    For almost one hundred years the village of Dorchester existed as an important inland trading center in colonial South Carolina. The village is gone now, but the fort that occupied one corner of Dorchester still stands overlooking the Ashley River. Made of oyster shell concrete called tabby, the fort was built during the French and Indian War to house some of the colony’s precious gunpowder supply. During the American Revolution, the entire town became a fortified post, first occupied by the Americans and then by the British. Dorchester never recovered from the effects of the war, and the village was gradually abandoned. Today Dorchester is preserved and interpreted through archaeological investigations into the layers of history right below your feet. You can even take part in the archaeology efforts or explore the fort and remaining church tower and cemetery on site.
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  • Fort Moultrie
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    1214 Middle Street
    Sullivan's Island, SC 29482

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    843-883-3123

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    Fort Moultrie
    Military Fort used in different ways through the entire span of American seacoast defense from 1776 up to World War II
    Fort Moultrie is the only unit of the National Park System where the entire 171-year history of American seacoast defense (1776-1947) can be traced. Here you can actually watch time rewind as you experience what it was like on Fort Moultrie from World War II all the way back to it's days as a palmetto and log fort in 1776. Tucked in between the pubs and charming shuttered houses on Sullivan's Island, Fort Moultrie offers self-guided tours and museum exhibits on this key part of military history. History Trivia: The palmetto tree has been a symbol of SC since 1776 because the first Fort Moultrie was built of palmetto logs. The battle of Sullivan's Island was the Revolutionary War's first decisive victory of American forces over the British Navy.
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  • Fort Rutledge
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    109 Daniel Drive
    Clemson, SC 29634

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    864-656-7920

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    Mountain Lakes

    Fort Rutledge
    A monument to the American Revolution fort that was on this site
    "Seneca Town" was one of several Cherokee communities. In 1776 Major Andrew Williamson's South Carolina militia, on a raid against these communities, was ambushed by Loyalists and Cherokees nearby. The eventual Patriot victory was also notable for the death of Francis Salvador, the first Jewish Patriot killed during the Revolution. Soon after, Williamson returned to build Fort Rutledge in honor of then President John Rutledge. The fort and its 300 man garrison surrendered to the Loyalists in 1780. The Daughters of the American Revolution erected a concrete monument in 1908.
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  • Fort Sumter
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    340 Concord Street
    Charleston, SC 29401

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    Fort Sumter
    Only available by boat, Fort Sumter is famous for seeing the first shot of the Civil War
    Fort Sumter marks the beginning of the Civil War. Decades of growing strife between North and South erupted on April 12, 1861 when Confederate artillery opened fire on this Federal fort in Charleston Harbor. Fort Sumter surrendered 34 hours later. Union forces would try for nearly four years to take it back. Before you get on the boat to Fort Sumter, you can explore the Visitor Education Center. There are also many artifacts to see at the actual fort, including an original flag. History Trivia: The first death during the Civil War was an accident here at Fort Sumter. As Federal troops surrended to the Confederates, the Union soldiers lowered their flag. A premature discharge during the 100-gun salute caused an explosion that killed Pvt. Daniel Hough of the 1st U.S. Artillery.
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  • Georgetown County Museum
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    120 Broad Street
    Georgetown, SC 29440

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    843-545-7020

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    Georgetown County Museum

    Local museum depicting history of the 3rd oldest town in South Carolina

    Muskets, marsh and muslin…rice, rivers and revolution. What do these seemingly unrelated subjects have in common? The Georgetown County Museum offers a glimpse into the fascinating connections that intertwine these and many other facets of life that span 300 years of American history lived out in the daily lives of the citizens of Georgetown County. This colonial town has seen it all and this museum keeps the spirit of each era alive with displays and exhibits.


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  • Hampton Park
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    823 Meeting Street
    Charleston, SC 29403

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    843-724-7324

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    Hampton Park
    Park in Charleston that was formerly a horse race track, Civil War prison and more
    Hampton Park is a 56-acre historic park, and the largest located on the peninsula of Charleston. Today you can stop by the park for it's beautiful gardens and aboretum or for the walking trails and audio tour that examines the many layers of history that have shaped this special place. These layers include a 1791 Horse Race Track, an 1864 Civil War Prison, the 1865 site of First Memorial Day event, and the 1901-1902 West Indian Exposition.
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  • Hampton Plantation State Historic Site
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    1950 Rutledge Road
    McClellanville, SC 29458

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    843-546-9361

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    Hampton Plantation State Historic Site

    Georgian-style rice plantation mansion has tours and educational programs about African American life on the property

    Located on a former colonial-era rice plantation, Hampton Plantation features a Georgian-style mansion and grounds that serve as an educational tool for the system of slavery that helped build such plantations into the greatest generators of wealth in early American history. Hampton Plantation also tells the story of freed people who made their homes here for generations after the emancipation. Visitors can explore the mansion, the outdoor kitchen building, stroll beneath the huge live oaks or in the camellia gardens, or take in the view of Wambaw Creek and what remains of the rice fields that stood there long ago. History Trivia: Hampton Plantation inspired the works of a SC poet laureate, Archibald Rutledge, who lived here and gave it to the people of SC as a legacy.


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  • Historic Oakley Park
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    300 Columbia Road
    Edgefield, SC 29824

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    803-637-4027

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    Freshwater Coast

    Historic Oakley Park
    Historic home built in 1835 in the heart of Edgefield
    Oakley Park was built in 1835 by Daniel Byrd, a Virginian who came to Edgefield and became a very successful cotton planter. The beautiful mansion later was the home of Gen. Martin Witherspoon Gary, a fiery Confederate politician and father of the Red Shirt movement that assured the election of Wade Hampton as governor in 1876. Oakley Park is open for tours Thursday-Saturdays and is also available to rent for special events.
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  • Hopewell Plantation
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    Old Cherry Road
    Clemson, SC 29634

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    864-656-7920

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    Hopewell Plantation
    1805 plantation once the site of treaties between the US and Native Americans
    In 1784, Revolutionary War hero Andrew Pickens purchased 573 acres along the Seneca River, on which he built Hopewell. General Pickens lived in the house with his family until 1805. During that time Pickens served on a commission to make treaties with the Southern Indians, and Hopewell became the site of numerous treaties made between the United States and the Cherokee, Choctaw and Chickasaw Nations. The house served as a residence for many years and is now a property of Clemson University. Exterior viewing only.
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  • Issaqueena Falls & Stumphouse Tunnel
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    Off SC Highway 28 in Stumphouse Tunnel Park
    Walhalla, SC 29691

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    864-638-4343

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    Issaqueena Falls and Stumphouse Tunnel
    Picturesque waterfall near a Civil War-era railroad tunnel
    A new railroad over the Appalachians was proposed to connect the port city of Charleston first with Knoxville and later Cincinatti. Rather than go over or around the mountains it was decided to dig a tunnel. The 1600-foot-long Stumphouse Tunnel was started in 1852 but the Civil War—and a lack of funds—brought construction to a halt. While there were various efforts by the Blue Ridge Railroad to revive the tunnel, none of them came to pass and it stands today as a monument to the efforts of pre–Civil War engineering. In 1951, Clemson University bought the tunnel and used it to cure the South's first blue cheese. The tunnel's environment was later duplicated at Clemson University where it remains today. Not far from the “tunnel to nowhere” is Isaqueena Falls, one of the most beautiful waterfalls in the State.
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  • Liberty Square Visitor Education Center
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    340 Concord Street
    Charleston, SC 29401

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    843-883-3123

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    Liberty Square Visitor Education Center
    Departure point for Fort Sumter that features military and African American exhibits
    Liberty Square is a National Park Service site that serves as a departure point to Fort Sumter. It also has amazing exhibits that address antebellum Charleston and the causation of the Civil War.
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  • Ninety Six National Historic Site
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    Highway 249
    Ninety Six, SC 29666

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    Ninety Six National Historic Site
    British fortified town features original fort and Revolutionary War battlefield
    In the late 1750’s several British regiments encamped on these grounds and assisted with constructing and garrisoning fortifications during the Cherokee War. Fort Ninety Six was completed in 1759 to protect backcountry settlers and was the site of two Cherokee attacks in 1760. Ninety Six also played a major role in the Revolutionary War because of its strategic location at the convergence of several important backcountry roads. The first land battle south of New England was fought here in November 1775. In 1780, the British fortified the town and it became an important outpost. Major General Nathanael Greene with 1,000 patriot troops staged a siege here against 550 loyalists. Although battered by the siege, the British-built earthen Star Fort remains one of the best preserved examples of an original 18th century fortification. The British finally abandoned Ninety Six and returned to Charleston.
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  • North Augusta Living History Park
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    299 W. Spring Grove Avenue
    North Augusta, SC 29841

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    803-279-7560

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    North Augusta Living History Park
    Park with reproduction of a Colonial settlement
    The Living History Park is a place to witness history first hand. The park features a reproduction of a complete Colonial settlement including a Smoke House, Spring House Tavern, Willow Springs Meeting House, Blacksmith's Forge, a Colonial Slave Cabin, schoolhouse, barn, mercantile and more. A handicap-accessible sensory garden is also on the property, which hosts several popular living history events each year.
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  • Oconee Station State Historic Site
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    500 Oconee Station Road
    Walhalla , SC 29691

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    864-638-0079

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    Oconee Station State Historic Site
    1792 small frontier post, 1805 home also on site
    Built around 1792 during tensions between white settlers and Creek Indians, the Oconee Station itself was one in a string of small frontier posts garrisoned by state militia. It was the last of its kind when it was decommissioned and the troops left in 1799. Its impressive 20-inch stone walls are still standing today. William Richards ran a thriving trading post out of the Station until 1809. Also on the site is the William Richards House built in 1805. It served as a private residence for 150 years. The site features picnicking, fishing, and trail access to Station Cove Falls in the Sumter National Forest.
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  • Old Stone Church
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    101 Stone Circle
    Clemson, SC 29631

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    864-654-2061

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    Old Stone Church
    Early 1800s church, burial place for Rev War General
    Though it ceased to function as a house of worship in the 1830s, the Old Stone Church (circa 1797-1803) continues to serve as a resting place for some of the state’s most notable individuals, including Revolutionary War General Andrew Pickens. Originally called the Stone Meeting House, the church was an early leader in allowing slaves to become members. In addition to functioning as a church, it also served as a school, and in 1919 the first Sunday school in the Upstate was held there. The builders of the church knew that living close to Native Americans was dangerous and built it so that it could double as a fort if needed: heavy wooden doors, for example, would close over the glass windows to add protection.
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  • Patriots Hall
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    13 Short Street
    Walhalla, SC 29691

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    864-638-5455

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    Patriots Hall
    Military artifacts, collections and documents
    Dedicated to veteran is honor of their service to the United States, Patriots Hall features military artifacts, documents, photographs and artwork. Collections include personal stories, weapons, models, uniforms and equipment.
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  • Patriots Point
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    40 Patriot\'s Point Road
    Mt. Pleasant, SC 29464

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    Patriot's Point

    Floating naval and maritime museum on Charleston Harbor

    Patriots Point is a floating naval and maritime museum on the Charleston Harbor. The center piece is the World War II aircraft carrier, the USS YORKTOWN. Walk through the history of our nation's bravest men and women and learn their stories in educational and engaging ways through the Cold War Memorial, the only Vietnam Support Base Camp in the United States and the official Medal of Honor Museum. This is a favorite place for children's groups, especially since the YORKTOWN has one of the largest educational and overnight camping programs in the nation!


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  • Pickens County Veterans Memorial Garden
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    222 McDaniel Avenue, B13
    Pickens, SC 29671

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    864-898-5926

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    Pickens County Veterans Memorial Garden
    Military monument
    The Memorial Garden and Wall of Valor honors General Pickens and the people of Pickens County who fought and died in military service. From frontier Pendleton District and the Carolina Indian Wars and the Revolutionary War to modern Pickens County and the Global War on Terrorism, the memorial features a bronze statue of General Andrew Pickens overlooking the names of the Pickens war dead on the Wall of Valor. The statue of General Pickens is dedicated in honor of the textile workers from Pickens County who served on the home front during our wars.
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  • Rivers Bridge State Historic Site
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    325 State Park Road
    Ehrhardt, SC 29081

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    803-267-3675

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    Rivers Bridge State Historic Site
    Civil War battlefield
    Site of one of the Confederacy’s last stand against General William T. Sherman’s sweep across the South, the earthen fortifications at Rivers Bridge stand as silent monuments to the fierce resistance that raged there on February 2-3, 1865. Today, Rivers Bridge is on the National Register of Historic Places and is the only State Historic Site in South Carolina that commemorates the Civil War.
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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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    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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  • The Happy Berry
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    510 Gap Hill Road
    Six Mile, SC 29682

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    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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