The best kept secret in South Carolina -
Historic Georgetown, a small southern coastal town filled with charm, history and personality. It's the little town you've been looking for...
Historic Georgetown, South Carolina, is a beautiful quaint waterfront community easily accessible by land or sea. It is located just off of highway 17 half-way between Myrtle Beach and Charleston. If traveling by boat, the harbor is a great stopover along the ICW.
Surrounded by live oak lined streets, Downtown Historic Georgetown is the 3rd oldest city in the state and is filled with history, charm and personality. It is a must visit destination for waterfront shopping, dining, boating, fishing, historic tours, and ghost tours. Most businesses are locally owned. Along Front Street and the Harborwalk, you will find one-of-a-kind stores selling high-end furniture, books, toys, clothing, shoes, gifts, housewares, jewelry and more. There are also great restaurants serving Lowcountry cuisine, fresh fish, Italian, pizza and sushi. It is also well worth the time to visit the museums and take a tour to learn about the area's incredible history. If you are looking for fun things to do with the family, check out the events calendar and partake in our fun festivals, parades, and concerts. Also, remember to bring your camera to capture some of the best photographic opportunities in the South. You will be pleasantly surprised so don't pass us by.