Cheraw Lyceum

220 Market ST

Cheraw, SC 29520


Phone: (888) 537-0014

City: Cheraw

Region: Midlands

Cheraw Lyceum

The Lyceum (c. 1820) began as a chancery court, became the Lyceum Meeting Room and private library, served as Cheraw's first telegraph office, and was both the Confederate and Union quartermasters' headquarters. It now houses a museum depicting Cheraw's history, Indian artifacts, steamboat era and Confederate War relics. Key available at Cheraw Town Hall and the Greater Cheraw Chamber of Commerce.

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