- Our list of the best things to do in Folly Beach, South Carolina, features the top 182 nearby activities — including 109 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Folly Beach, SC has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Sights & Landmarks, Water Activities, Outdoor Places, and Tours.
- The results below include the top 20 things to do within the city of Folly Beach, SC , followed by 162 popular activities in nearby cities, including Charleston, Mount Pleasant, North Charleston, Edisto Island, Johns Island, Kiawah Island, Isle of Palms, Sullivan's Island, Goose Creek, Summerville, Seabrook Island, Wadmalaw Island and Awendaw
Visitors can view the works and paintings of local, regional, and national artists at Palmetto Frame Gallery. They gallery also offers fashion jewelry and custom picture framing, featuring over a thousand frames.
An independent movie theater, Plaza Stadium Theatre features five screens used to display first-run Hollywood movies. The theater also offers stadium seating, a selection of 3D movies and a concession area with food and drinks.
Discover the secluded, natural beauty of Cypress Wetlands, by taking a walk along the ½ mile walking trails. Featuring a series of boardwalk and paved trails through the wetlands, visitors can enjoy the abundant birds and wildlife that call it home.
Featuring three landing ramps for boating enthusiasts, a floating dock and fishing pier, The Sands, is a beach in Port Royal where visitors can enjoy the shorefront. The site also includes an observation tower, picnic areas, and places for the kids to look for crabs.
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Commemorating the history of the United States Marine Corps, the Parris Island Museum, is located in a 10,000 square foot facility. The museum includes thousands of artifacts, exhibits, and displays honoring the rich traditions of the Marine Corps.
Parris Island Museum is a 10,000 sq ft facility focused on the Marine Corps and containing artifacts that show its role from the American Revolution to the Civil War. Because of its base location, ID is required for entry.
In clement weather, cinemaphiles flock to the Highway 21 Drive-in Theater in Beaufort, South Carolina. Shows begin immediately after sunset. The theater reserves the right to cancel or postpone screenings in severely inclement weather.