Pawleys Island Historical Attractions

Historic Tours
Free Pickup from Most Hotels,Myrtle Beach
(800) 277 - 1197
Georgetown Tour - Kaminski House built in 1761, The Rice Museum, Riverwalk Shopping (Quaint Boutiques and Antique Stores) & Narrated Tour of Hobcaw Barony.Wilmington Tour - City of Wilmington 1770, The Burgwin Wright House, Lunch Cruise aboard the Henrietta II Riverboat & shopping in the Cotton Exchange District.

Hobcaw Barony
22 Hobcaw Road,Georgetown
(843) 546 - 4623
A 17, 500 acre research reserve, Hobcaw Barony is one of the few undeveloped tracts on the Waccamaw Neck.  The Native Americans called it "hobcaw," meaning between the waters.  In 1718, the land became a colonial land grant, a barony.  Sold and subdivided into plantations extending from the river to the sea, Hobcaw Barony was part of the great rice empire until the  turn of the 20th century.

Old South Carriage Tours
2 Anson Street in The Market,Charleston
(843) 723 - 9712
Tour the historic streets of Downtown Charleston by horse drawn carriage!

SpiritLine Harbor Tour
205 King Street, Suite 204,Charleston
(843) 722 - 2628
Come discover the history, beauty and fun of cruising Charleston Harbor...perfect whether you're a history buff, or just want to enjoy the water!

The Winyah Indigo Society Hall
509 Prince Street,Georgetown
Chartered by King George II in 1758, the coastal society grew from the old Convivial Club, organized in 1740, as a result of the prosperous growth of the indigo plant. The present building was build in 1853 to serve the society and has been used as a school, meeting place, library, and as a hospital for Federal troops during the Civil War.

Georgetown Historical District
As the state's third oldest city, Georgetown dates back to 1729 when the town was laid out by Elisha Screven. The four-by-eight block grid is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. This area is bordered by Wood, Church, Meeting and Front Streets, with Front Street running alongside the Sampit River. A bustling seaport in colonial times, tall masted sailing ships laden with goods from Europe docked here and left with the trade products of the Lowcountry - indigo in the mid 1700's and rice, cotton and lumber in later years.

Lowcountry Plantation Tours
711 Front Street,Georgetown,SC
(843) 477 - 0287
Plantation River Tours, Lighthouse & Shell Island Tour, & Ghost Story & Harbor Tours.

The Charles Fyffe House
15 Cannon Street,Georgetown
Dr. Charles Fyffe, a Scottish physician, came to SC in 1748 and soon became one of Georgetown's leading citizens, he was a charter member of the Charleston Library society and one of the first stewards of the Winyah Indigo Society. In 1763 he bought the lot on which this house was to be built and and erected the house soon thereafter as his residence.

His ownership came to an unhappy end. When the colonists rebelled against the mother country, Fyffe remained loyal to Great Britain. As a consequence he was banished and his property confiscated and sold. He never regained his home. The Fyffe House is a two-and-1/2 story Georgian style house. The main part of the house is under the pyramidal roof supported by a king post trussing system.

The Strand Theater
Front Street,Georgetown
This art-Deco building is in the League of Historic American Theater listings. The marquee is original, and the 40's-style box office was built for the movie ''Made in Heaven.''

Pawleys Island Attractions

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13336 Ocean Highway
Pawleys Island, SC 29585
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