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Hours: Tues-Fri 11-4, Sat 11-3
Closed Sunday & Monday
Frequently Asked Questions
Where is the museum located?
The Georgetown County Museum is located at 120 Broad Street in the Historic District of Georgetown, South Carolina.
Do you have an admission fee?
Members of the Georgetown County Historical Society are always admitted free.
For non-members: Now FREE! Come visit us!
The Museum also accomodates groups. Please call ahead: 843-545-7020
What are your hours of operation?
Tuesday – Friday 10-4 - Saturday 10-3
Do you have a shop where I can purchase Georgetown County memorabilia?
Yes! The Rice Trunk Gift Shop is now open the same hours as the museum
Do you have artifacts from the early pre-revolutionary war period native Americans?
Some of our displays date back to more than 300 years of history and culture. A visitor to the Museum can examine Native American artifacts of the Waccamaw, Peedee and Sampit tribes
Below are some history- and museum-related links, which you may find helpful.
Library of Congress, American Memory Library of Congress National Register of Historic Places Ellis Island Museum Old House Journal Archaeology Magazine (online)
Want more general information about the rest of Georgetown? Try this site:Historic Georgetown.com
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