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This gem is tiny, but packed with lots of information. These people are proud of their heritage. The area has many rich stories to share. We stopped in as part of a history tour offered by Gayle of Wyndham Activities. After learning about the cotton...More
I stopped by to visit and was very impressed with the display of local history. The slave cabin was very impressive and Calhoun's death bed, too. You really need to visit to discover the history of Edisto.
This museum was a wonderful little place packed full of the history of Edisto Island. Also has a small gift shop filled with local handcrafted items…from toys to jewelry to books by local authors. Would definitely recommend spending at least an hour or two exploring...More
We went to the museum because it was raining that day and couldn't get out on the beach. It's small but very interesting. I enjoyed looking at all the pictures and reading about the history of Edisto. The lady at the front desk was very...More
Date of experience: September 2015
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willienelson1, Manager at Edisto Island Museum, responded to this reviewResponded 30 October 2015
Thank you for your review, but I wanted to correct the information about the admission fee. It is NOT $10. It is $5 for adults, $4 for seniors, $2 for students. Children aged 10 and under are free. We hope you'll come back again.
The Edisto Island museum is a great place to stop and spend some time. There is a quaint little shop with fun items for the kids as well as many local historical books and other interesting information. There was a scavenger hunt for the kids...More