Salley Historic District

161 Railroad AVE N

Salley, SC 29137


Phone: (803) 258-3485

City: Salley

Region: Midlands

Salley Historic District

This historic district features some 60 Victorian and Art Deco properties that have remained virtually unchanged since the 1930s. For more than 45 years this small community has hosted the world-famous Chitlin' Strut, held annually the weekend after Thanksgiving.

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