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Florence County Museum

111 West Cheves Street
(843) 676-1200

The Florence County Museum showcases over 140 works representing 20th-century Southern art, along with works by Florence native, William H. Johnson. Through a range of exhibitions, studios, lectures and family programming, the FCM provides visitors of all ages an educational experience. The Pee Dee History Gallery is home to Native American and Colonial period artifacts as well as Civil War items from the Florence Stockade prison camp and Confederate Naval Yard. Natural sciences exhibits explore regional themes such as the formation of and biodiversity in the Great Pee Dee River. Temporary exhibits also are included.



Reviews

Annie Cannon

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Saturday, March 3, 2018
It is a very informative place with bits of almost every county in Florence and beyond. Some civil war artifacts as well as some fossils that were found on Edisto Island. Of course, there some things about Francis Marion. We did not see the other half (where portraits, and paintings are displayed.). We do plan to return soon!

Robert Woodward

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Wednesday, March 14, 2018
Went to the new museum with my two you gest daughters for the first time. Surprisingly well layed out, and well appointed. Monthly craft activities for children as well.

Maureen Geiler

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Wednesday, March 14, 2018
Amazing history of the area, concice, interesting and well presented. Well worth a visit.

Betsy B DeVault

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Wednesday, April 18, 2018
Nice way to spend a morning - enjoyable for all ages

Emily Hunnicutt

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Saturday, Nov. 11, 2017
It's a small and interesting place to go through, it won't like more than 30 minutes unless you want to stop and read every single plaque

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