About the Museum
Acclaimed as one of the finest small town museums in the state. The Village Museum opened in April 1999.
Exhibits demonstrate a time line of history beginning with the villages of the Seewee Indians and the settlement at Jamestown, S.C. by the French Huguenots, through the rice planting on the Santee River plantations and the establishment of the Town of McClellanville as a coastal resort. Displays also tell of the simple lifestyle of the the postwar farmer, the rise of timber harvesting in the 20th Century and the growth of the local seafood industry. The museum attempts to both educate its visitors as well as entertain them.
Contact the Museum
Phone: (843) 887-3030
Mail: The Village Museum
Post Office Box 595
McClellanville, South Carolina 29458
Location and Hours -- (WE REMAIN CLOSED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE)
The Village Museum
At McClellanville, South Carolina
401 Pinckney Street • (843) 887-3030
At end of Pinckney (Main) Street next to the Town Hall
Museum Hours: Thursday, Friday & Saturday
10 am to 5 pm
(Closed 12 noon to 1 pm for lunch)
Members Admitted - Free Adult non-members - $5.00 Seniors - $4.00
Children and Students - Free Groups - please call in advance
for special pricing
Director - Randal McClure Cell: (843)693-7000 Email:
Director Emeritus - Bud Hill
Be sure to visit the Town of McClellanville's web site for more information about the local community.