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Berkeley Museum

950 Stony Landing Rd, Moncks Corner, SC 29461, United States

Take a step back 12,000 years in time to experience the region's intriguing history. CSS David Replica of the Confederate torpedo boat located at the Berkeley Museum. 

(843) 899-5101

Branchville Railroad Shrine & Museum

7505 Freedom Rd, Branchville, SC 29432, United States

Few realize that Branchville, South Carolina, is home to the world’s oldest railroad junction and was on the route of the country’s first scheduled train.  The Branchville Railroad Shrine and Museum now serves as a reminder of the years when the railroad industry was a dominant force in the U.S. 7204 Freedom Road.  Open:  Fri. & Sat. 10 am to 2 pm and Sun. 2 to 5 pm. 

(803) 707-1788

Calhoun County Museum

313 Butler St, St Matthews, SC 29135, United States

Calhoun County Museum contains an art gallery, history, costume & silver, back & agricultural galleries and research room and archives.

(803) 874-3964

Church of the Holy Cross

335 N Kings Hwy, Sumter, SC 29154, United States

Site of Joel Poinsett's tomb - church is an excellent example of Gothic Revival architecture.

Clarendon County Museum

102 S Brooks St, Manning, SC, United States
(803) 433-0328

Edisto Memorial Gardens

200 Riverside Dr SW, Orangeburg, SC 29115, United States

The Edisto Memorial Gardens combines great natural beauty and fun activities to make the Gardens a must see for visitors. 
In the mid-1920’s, the first azaleas were planted on a five-acre plot. In 1947, greenhouses and nursery facilities were added to the Gardens Operation. The Rose Garden was added in January 1951 to extend the season of beauty, and today, the Edisto memorial Gardens is composed of 150 acres of azaleas, camellias, roses and other flowers spaced among giant oaks and century old cypress trees. Always on display in the garden is some 4,000 plants, representing at least 75 labeled varieties of roses. The Gardens also contain one of only 23 official test gardens in the United States sanctioned 
by All-America Rose Selections, Inc. 
 Days & Hours of Operation: Always 
 Handicapped Accessible: Yes 
 Admission Charge: No 


(803) 534-6821

Elloree Heritage Museum

2714 W Cleveland St, Elloree, SC 29047, United States

An exciting and educational view of SC’s rural past. Open Wed. - Sat. 10 am to 5 pm.

(803) 897-2225

Eutaw Springs Battleground

SC-6, Eutawville, SC 29048, United States

Site of the last major battle in South Carolina of the American Revolution.

Fort Watson

2125 Fort Watson Road, Summerton, SC 29148, United States

Fort Watson sight where a British outpost was located atop a 30-foot Indian ceremonial mound - off US 301-15 at Santee Wildlife Refuge.

(803) 478-2217

Francis Marion’s Grave

Tom Hill Rd, Moncks Corner, SC 29461, United States

Burial site of the renowned "Swamp Fox" located off SC 45 between SC 6 and Eadytown.

Great Branch Rosenwald Teacher’s Home

2890 Neeses Highway, Orangeburg, SC, United States

The Great Branch Teacher's Home was built in 1924-25 through the Rosenwald School Project.  The home is one of only eight built in the state of SC and the only one restored to reflect life in the early 1900's.  the Rosenwald School Project was established through the efforts of Booker T. Washing and Julius Rosenwald, philanthropist. Open Thursday 10am to 4pm except holidays.  Can call for appointment

803 533-1828

Mepkin Abbey

1098 Mepkin Abbey Rd, Moncks Corner, SC 29461, United States

A community of Roman Catholic monks established in 1949 on the site of the historic Mepkin Plantation located on the Cooper River north of Charleston, SC.   The plantation was founded by Henry Laurens in 1762 and flourished as a rice plantation.  In 1936, the publisher and philanthropist Henry Luce and his wife Clare Booth Luce acquired it and in 1949 donated a major portion of the property for Mepkin Abbey. Daily tours ($5/person) last 45 minutes to an hour.  Visitors have the opportunity to go inside the Abbey church and to view the exteriors of other buildings.  The 11:30 tours also includes attending the midday prayer service of the monks. Closed Mondays.  Tuesday - Saturday 9am to 4pm, Sunday 1pm to 3pm

(843) 761-8509