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South Carolina Cotton Museum

121 West Cedar Lane

The South Carolina Cotton Museum is a "Blue Star Museum." The South Carolina Cotton Museum is a major interpretive site preserving the legacy of cotton and rural life. Exhibits of farm and manufacturing equipment spanning two centuries allow visitors to experience the cotton culture and way of life from the field to the factory. Additionally, it is the first stop on the South Carolina Cotton Trail and provides information on those and other area attractions. 

Cotton bales of all sizes. Have your picture taken with one or take one home form the Company Store.Beautiful Cotton Art both past and present are on exhibit through out the museum.


Miguel Hernandez

Monday, May 7, 2018
At first I was not sure if we should check it out. But the owner came out and explained how he created the museum. He then walked with us and gave us a personal tour and history lesson on the use of cotton. This is a must stop. Cotton really is the fabric of our lives and every piece of the plant is used.

Spruce Brian

Tuesday, March 27, 2018
its a cool place to stop if you're just passing through town. They have some extremely rare military antiques, and a comprehensive self guided tour on the history of cotton. The staff were very friendly, and the price was unbeatable.

Wuddah Baker

Friday, March 23, 2018
For a small price this was a lovely mini trip... Learned soo much about sure to check the times they operate... we went later in the day.. Close to the time they closed... Its also a veterans museum next door and lee county park near by... Pack a lunch and head over

Dana Lewis

Thursday, May 31, 2018
Very interesting nice people very knowledgeable would recommend anybody to go see it.

lavelle byrd

Thursday, May 17, 2018
Good atmosphere and a lot of history. Must visit the veterans side also

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