Cheraw Historic District & Town Green

200 Market ST
Cheraw, SC 29520


Laid out in 1768 by Eli Kershaw, Cheraw has long been known for its tree-lined streets and gardens as well as the architectural legacy of over 200 years. During the American Revolution the town was occupied by both British and American forces. More than 50 antebellum buildings and numerous Victorian and classical revival homes line the streets of Cheraw's historic district and Town Green. Among them, the Cheraw Town Hall (c. 1858), now used for city offices, the Cheraw Lyceum (c. 1820), now a small museum, the Inglis-McIver Law Office (c. 1830), and the Market Hall (c. 1837). Early 20th-century commercial buildings surround the green. Brochures detailing the town's award-winning Historic Cheraw Cell Phone Tour are available at the Cheraw Town Hall and the Cheraw Chamber of Commerce.

Contact Information

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200 Market ST
Cheraw, SC 29520

Phone: 888-537-0014
Fax: 843-537-8407
Toll Free: 888-537-0014


  • Civil War
  • Admission : Free
  • Days and Hours of Operation : Buildings can be opened M-F 9am-5pm. Parking is available.