Enjoy 250 years of Low Country history from the earliest settlement to today. Learn how Indians, Rice, and Salt shaped the Low Country scenery and society. Hobcaw Barony's 16,000 acres of history and ecology is a privately-owned research reserve that represents every ensironment and century in the Low Country.
We will drive by the Bellefield Plantation where Belle Baruch lived and through Friendfield village, the last 19th century slave village on the Waccamaw Neck.
A bit of shopping and lunch will be a pleasant time at Pawleys famous Hammock shop and various stores with unique treasures for all.
Pawley's Historic District and a visit to All Saint's Waccamaw Episcopal Church will follow lunch, to include a bus tour through the Litchfield community to a lively narrative of the culture, history and background of the Rice Plantations and their impact on South Carolina.