The Village Museum

401 Pinckney ST
McClellanville, SC 29458


Exhibits demonstrate a time line of history beginning with villages of the Seewee Indians and the settlement at Jamestown, S.C. by French Huguenots, through the rice planting on the great Santee plantations and the establishment of the town of McClellanville as a coastal resort. Displays tell of the simple lifestyle of postwar farmers, the rise of timber harvesting in the 20th Century and the growth of the local seafood industry. The museum attempts to both educate its visitors as well as entertain them.

Contact Information

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401 Pinckney ST
McClellanville, SC 29458

Phone: 843-887-3030


  • Admission : $3 adults; children and students are free.
  • Days and Hours of Operation : Th, F, Sa 10am-noon and 1pm-5pm
  • Days and Holidays Closed : Su- W