- TripBuzz found 47 things to do indoors in the Folly Beach area. From Snapper Jacks on Folly Beach to The Calhoun Mansion, Folly Beach offers a variety of rainy day activities and other fun things to do indoors — including 42 indoor attractions with ratings over 90%.
- There are 25 different types of things to do inside in or near Folly Beach, South Carolina. Some of the most popular types of these activities include: Restaurants, History Museums, Art Gallery and Movie Theaters.
- There is 1 indoor activity in Folly Beach, and 46 indoor attractions in nearby cities within 25 miles, including: Charleston, North Charleston, Mount Pleasant and Edisto Island.
Enjoy outstanding seafood and Happy Hour drink specials at Snapper Jack's on Folly Beach. Featuring live music weekends on the rooftop, Snapper Jack's provides a great place to kick back, relax and enjoy an exuberant time with family and friends.
The 35-room Calhoun Mansion is the largest private residence in Charleston, South Carolina. Tours are available and last approximately one hour. Visitors must not miss the manicured Japanese garden behind the mansion.
The Old Exchange & Provost began as a public building during the colonial era and it remains publicly owned as a historic building and museum. The history of the site and the stories of both patriots and pirates are portrayed to visitors.
In a building formerly used as a slave auction gallery, today Old Slave Mart Museum relates the local history of the slave trade, with a focus on the site. The museum includes a gift shop with some relevant books.
Home to one of the finest furniture craftsman of the 18th century, the Thomas Elfe House is filled with beautiful furniture and decorations. The house remains almost entirely in its original state and is equipped with authentic tools and accents.
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With stops at local breweries, The Original Pub Tour of Charleston offers visitors a pub crawl where they can sample brews and snacks. During the trip, the guide explains the historical background of each location visited.
The College of Charleston is the thirteenth-oldest academic institution in the United States. While the university was previously a liberal arts college, it now operates as a full university that offers both undergraduate and graduate degree programs in a variety of fields.
The Natural History Museum offers guests the opportunity to learn about some of the research efforts of the College of Charleston's Department of Geology and Environmental Geosciences. The location also features a gift shop for guests seeking to take home a souvenir.
The Charleston Music Hall offers concerts for guests to attend, including performances from The Chamber Orchestra of Philadelphia and Steven Canyon. The location also serves a variety of alcoholic beverages at the bar.
Built in 1820, the Aiken-Rhett House has remained in the hands of family descendants for the 142 years before it was sold to be a museum. The museum tells a story of the south, slavery, the war, and life after the war that can't be found anywhere else.