Georgetown is the 3rd oOldest English Settlement in the State. First founded by the Spanish in 1526 (but failed), it was re-founded by the English in 1729. The city offers a multitude of historic buildings, legends and ghost lore. Your tour will take you through the City's Historic District filled with colonial, Revolution, Pre-Civil War and Victorian buildings, many of which now house uniques shops and restaurants. A tour of the Rice Musem and the Gullah Museum are also included along with a visit to the Prince George Winyah Episcopal Church.
After a bit of shopping and lunch, you will continue on to Brookgreen gardens which was developed from 4 Colonial Rice Plantations by Archer and Anna Hyatt Huntington. Brookgreen Gardens now houses "The largest Collection of American Sculpture in an Outdoors setting in the World. I has a Low Country Zoo with animals native to South Carolina, and interactive presentation on the Gullah Geechee Heritage, and so much more!!! Enjoy your travels with our lively narratives!