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Exploring Charleston's History, Art and Architecture

Charleston, South Carolina offers visitors an endless array of arts and culture. Spend a full weekend enjoying the history and beauty of the Holy City.

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Greenville’s Own “Left Bank”

Discover the artistic community thriving on the south bank of Greenville's Reedy River. Spend some time visiting the different shops and open studios that make up the area.

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Visit the Hopsewee Plantation

Visit Hopsewee Plantation, a privately owned plantation home in Georgetown, South Carolina. Frank and Raejean Beattie open up their home to numerous visitors throughout the year to explore a beautiful piece of South Carolina history.

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Greenville Has Fabulous Free Public Art

Explore the vibrant artistic community of Greenville, South Carolina. The city has plenty of public art and open studios for visitors and locals to enjoy and discover the art of Upstate South Carolina.

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Author Michele Nutwell

Michele Nutwell is the author of the Folly Beach Mystery series. She began her career as a journalist and then moved down to South Carolina where she became a novelist. Here is an inside look at her life and career.

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Experience Gullah Heritage in Beaufort

Explore Beaufort and learn about the culture and history of the Gullah people. Discover South Carolina history and heritage against the beautiful backdrop of its Lowcountry.

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Mud Slinging: The Legacy of South Carolina Pottery

The legacy and history of pottery in South Carolina goes back to the Catawba Indians who inhabited the region. Since then, pottery has become a part of the art and history of South Carolina as locals made and used their own handmade utilitarian pottery.

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Shop for Gifts at Carolina Foothills Artisan Center

Shop at the Carolina Foothills Artisan Center for beautifully hand-crafted South Carolina treasures in Chesnee.

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