The Bean Market Complex

111 Henry ST

Lake City, SC 29560

Phone: (843) 374-1500

City: Lake City

Region: Midlands

The Bean Market Complex

The National Bean Market is a single story masonry structure built by the PWA (Public Works Administration) in 1936. The market became the largest truck auction bean market in the world. The building serves as a community civic center which offers frequent programs in art, history, and agriculture. The Bean Market is available for private event rentals and weddings. This building is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

The Jones and Carter Gallery located next door to the Bean Market (a former seed and fertilizer store) is a single-story masonry structure that houses local to international traveling fine art exhibitions. Check out the gallery's website at

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