Georgetown County Museum
120 Broad St., Georgetown, SC 29440
Local museum depicting history of the 3rd oldest town in South Carolina. Muskets, marsh and muslin…rice, rivers and revolution. 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.
THE Gullah museum
123-7 King ST., GEORGETOWN, SC 29440
Hours: 10am - 4pm Mon-Sat
Learn about the role the Gullah/Geechee People played in the introduction and development of the cattle, indigo, and rice culture, as well as their role in the introduction of public education in South Carolina.
The Kaminski House
1003 Front St., Georgetown, SC 29440
The Kaminski House was built about 1769, and contains an outstanding collection of American and English antiques, from the 18th and 19th centuries. The grounds are available for special events and weddings.
The Rice Museum
633 Front St., Georgetown, SC 29440
Through dioramas, maps, artifacts and other exhibits, visitors to the Museum are enlightened to the history of a society dependent on the rice crop.
South Carolina Maritime Museum
729 Front St., Georgetown, SC 29440
Home to the prized Fresnel lens of the old North Island lighthouse, our mission is to create enjoyable experiences for both young people and adults by featuring exhibits, programs and events related to South Carolina's rich and remarkable maritime history.
Stewart Parker House
1019 Front St., Georgetown, SC 29440
The Stewart-Parker House was built by Robert Stewart around 1740. After Mr. Stewart’s death the house and property was sold i to Daniel Tucker, a very wealthy merchant. It is local tradition that Mr. Tucker entertained George Washington in this house during his tour of the South in 1791.