Cayce Historical Museum

1800 12th ST

Cayce, SC 29171

Phone: (803) 739-5385

City: Cayce

Region: Midlands

Cayce Historical Museum

The museum interprets the agricultural, social and cultural heritage of Old Saxe Gotha (1733), Granby, Cayce and West Columbia. The main museum building is a replica of Fort Granby, a Revolutionary War fort. Among its featured exhibits is a Civil War exhibit which includes the only engagement between Union and Confederate forces at Congaree Creek as the Union army prepared to occupy Columbia. On display are more than 7,000 Native American artifacts, some of which date back more than 12,000 years.

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