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Spending the night in Walterboro? Plan to see the Colleton Museum. This is a great example of a local museum which educates visitors about area history with big budgets for dark rooms and fancy lit displays. We came away with a new appreciation for the...More
A reason we came to Waltersboro was for the Farmers Market, but it had only been going a couple of weeks, and there were only TWO tables on Tuesday afternoon (Saturday is apparently better). Thankfully, the museum was unexpectedly interesting and had a nice espresso...More
Sign on the door indicated there was a meeting inside.
We did not go in so can not comment. Interestingly a shop owner/ worker on another street told us about this place but neglected to tell us that it was not open.
While the vendors and exhibits vary, this small, friendly, festive, spot is great for families, individuals, and ladies out for lunch. Fresh veggies and handmade items are on offer and lunch is available in the commercial kitchen.
This awesome location served as home base for the Festivelo 2017 bicycle event. Gift shop, cafe/coffee shop, museum, dining hall with prep kitchen, outdoor patio area, plenty of parking, clean restrooms.
Farmers market on Saturday morning.
Take the short drive (2 miles or so) to try someplace different for lunch when driving through Walterboro on I-95. We stopped for lunch on our way to Jacksonville, FL and were pleased with a made-to-order Hawaiian Chicken sandwich with sweet potato chips, very tasty....More