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Denmark, South Carolina

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Voorhees College

Founded in 1897, by Elizabeth Wright, and modeled after her alma mater Tuskegee Institute, Voorhees was an industrial school, emphasizing a vocational curriculum for rural African-Americans. The school was named for and funded by philanthropist Ralph Voorhees. In 1967

Denmark, SC Colleges

Denmark Historic District

Enjoy shopping or browsing in an old-time five and dime, or wander through floors of antiques in the AT&T building, which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. A restored sign shop now houses an art gallery and there'

Denmark, SC Historic Districts

Jim Harrison Gallery

Jim Harrison's paintings of farm landscapes, country stores, and small town architecture afford viewers the opportunity to once again "go home." Jim's art and writing have placed him among the nation'

Denmark, SC Arts


Crestwood Country Club

This nine-hole course short course has tight fairways, fast greens and water hazards that come into play on seven holes. There are additional sets of tees that can be used when playing an 18

Denmark, SC Golf Courses

Things to do near Denmark, SC

Ehrhardt Hall Bed & Breakfast

Elegant Anti-Bellum style manison, nestled among 100+ year old oak, pecan, and magnolia trees abound with azaleas and camelli...

Quality Inn Goose Creek

Near Charleston Navel Base and Cypress Gardens. Only 15 minutes to downtown Charleston....

Family Circle Cup

In 1973, Family Circle became the first women's magazine to fully underwrite a professional sporting event, helping to catapu...

Paw Paw Country Club

Course Access: Semi-PrivateHoles: 18Reserve Advance Tee Times: 1 days...