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Georgetown

First settled in 1526 by the Spaniards, Georgetown was the first settlement in North America. The settlement failed because of a hurricane and Indian attacks and was later established in 1726

Georgetown, SC Other Attractions

Hobcaw Barony

Once home to the Waccamaw Indians, this Colonial land grant was divided into 14 plantations by 1865. With the decline of the rice cultivation, Hobcaw was bought by Bernard M. Baruch, a Wall Street financier and presidential advisor, who used it as a winter hunting retreat. Baruch'

Georgetown, SC Other Attractions

Rice Museum

The story of the rice culture in Georgetown County is captured here. Through maps, dioramas, artifacts and other exhibits, visitors to the museum gain a knowledge and understanding of a society based on one crop. The museum is located in the Old Market Building, erected in 1842

Georgetown, SC Museums


Things to do Famous Homes near Georgetown, SC

Shaw House B&B

Early Colonial American home within walking distance of Georgetown Historic District, SC Bed & Breakfast Assn. member, AAA 3-...

Joseph Hayne Rainey House

This National Historic Landmark (circa 1760) is considered the birthplace and childhood home of Joseph H. Rainey, one of the ...

Beach House Golf And Racquet Club

Oceanfront condominium. Property has twenty hour front desk....

Dupre House Bed & Breakfast Inn

Enchanting Inn, circa 1740, nestled in the Historic District of Georgetown. Southern Hospitality at its finest. Great food, l...

House Of Blues

House of Blues, a premier restaurant and entertainment venue located in Barefoot Landing, is fashioned in the ambiance of an ...