Lowcountry Visitors Center & Museum (at Frampton Plantation)

Lowcountry Visitors Center & Museum (at Frampton Plantation)

Tourist Information Center and History Museum
Yemassee
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  • Marley S.
    "In reality this is just a gift shop in a rebuilt plantation house."(2 Tips)
    SCLowcountry T.
    "We do have a cool gift shop."(3 Tips)
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  • Peach M.
    Peach MorrisonJanuary 28, 2014
    The Battle of Pocotaligo Reenactment was a Great Show!!! It will be back in Jan 2015!!! www.BattleofPocotaligo.com
  • Tommy S.
    Tommy ScaggsJune 7, 2012
    A scene or 2 from Forrest Gump was filmed here.
  • SCLowcountry T.
    SCLowcountry TourismApril 17, 2012
    We do have a cool gift shop. Come visit us right off I-95 (exit 33) to learn more about the wonderful things to do, sights to see, places to stay, places to eat and much more!!!
  • SCLowcountry T.
    SCLowcountry TourismApril 17, 2012
    We have portions of a set of earthworks in the backyard which was built as a secondary defense line to protect a nearby railway which took supplies from Savannah to Charleston for the Rebel forces.
  • SCLowcountry T.
    SCLowcountry TourismApril 17, 2012
    The Frampton Plantation was built in 1868 by John Edward Frampton, a signer of the Order of Secession. The original house was destroyed by Sherman's troops during the war.
  • SCLowcountry T.
    SCLowcountry TourismApril 17, 2012
    Hello All, We are the SC Lowcountry and Resort Islands Tourism Commission. We serve Beaufort, Colleton, Hampton and Jasper Counties out of our beautiful Visitors' Center, Museum and Gift Shop.
  • PointSouth KOA
    PointSouth KOAApril 4, 2012
    The visitor center is in our PointSouth complex. Visit this historic site as well as historic Beaufort, SC
  • Marley S.
    Marley StellmannDecember 29, 2011
    In reality this is just a gift shop in a rebuilt plantation house. Nice place to stop and picnic but other than that nothing special
  • Emin D.
    Emin DEDEDecember 4, 2011
    This is a historical place about "Civil War". I find it interesting. Also, there are magnificent old oaks in the garden.
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