Bennettsville Visitor Center

304 W Main ST

Bennettsville, SC 29512

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Phone: (843) 479-3941

City: Bennettsville

Region: Midlands

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Bennettsville Visitor Center

Stop by the Visitor Center for help planning your visit to historic Bennettsville. Bennettsville’s affluent past and lifestyle are captured in the Victorian and Greek revival homes and public buildings. Go on a walking tour of the historic district and other points of interest while you're here.

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