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Slave Relic Museum

208 Carn St, Walterboro, SC 29488-3965
+1 843-549-9130
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This museum is permanently closed. We were really looking forward to seeing it, but the caretaker... read more

Reviewed 13 January 2017
Dana L
East of the River Boys and Girls Steelband

We visited this site last year and the museum was very compelling and informative,the students had... read more

Reviewed 17 June 2015
ZeemyCee
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12 Jan 2017
“Closed”
16 Jun 2015
“East of the River Boys and Girls Steelband”
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208 Carn St, Walterboro, SC 29488-3965
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+1 843-549-9130
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Reviewed 13 January 2017

This museum is permanently closed. We were really looking forward to seeing it, but the caretaker at the BnB we stayed at said it closed up just a few months prior to our stay in Walterboro. Hopefully they will reopen some day.

1  Thank Dana L
Reviewed 17 June 2015

We visited this site last year and the museum was very compelling and informative,the students had lots of questions about the artifacts, but this year it was not open on the Friday before Memorial Day.

1  Thank ZeemyCee
Reviewed 13 April 2015

The guided tour really made this come alive for my boys (13 and 9). This is a gem to visit in the area. I don't think my boys will ever forget this. I know I wont! Be sure to have cash with you - its...More

6  Thank Tammy B
Reviewed 11 April 2015

Vistited the museum with my two grandsons. The man (can't remember his name) took us on a guided tour of the museum and explained each of the artifacts in great detail. Even allowed my grandsons to hold the leg shackles that they had on display....More

Thank BJT1951
Reviewed 6 October 2013

We enjoyed the young couple very much; however displays were limited and duplicative of those found in larger venues. We felt our limited time was better spent at the nearby airfield, used to train Tuskegee Airmen.

2  Thank 2Starbirders
Reviewed 22 August 2013 via mobile

we are so glad that we visited this relic museum before hitting the road. stopped in walterboro on trip from fl to md and decided to drop by this museum before leaving in the morning. the hosts are very kind and willing to give an...More

5  Thank LAmaze214
Reviewed 3 November 2012

This was the best part of the trip. I enjoyed reading about the history and learning about it. It's a great idea for future field trips.

3  Thank Joi L
Reviewed 4 September 2012

I enjoyed this museum, it is an important place to visit and story to tell, however since I visited it has been difficult to find the the place open on a set schedule - this may have improved - but just be sure before you...More

5  Thank Shelby S
Reviewed 17 May 2010

This is a very historical place in Walterboro run by two very dedicated individuals who wish to tell the story to the world. Sadly I feel they are not getting the support they deserve , I am glad we went , for they have truly...More

9  Thank fitterSaddleRiverNJ
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