- 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
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1950 Rutledge Road, Off U.S. 17, Georgetown, SC 29458 MoreLess Info
A repurposed rice plantation, the Hampton Plantation State Historic Site is nestled in Georgetown, South Carolina. It offers a glimpse into the realities of plantation life before, during and immediately after the Civil War.
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Downtown Marina, Beaufort, SC 29901 MoreLess Info
One of the most popular tour companies in Beautfort, South Carolina is Jon Sharp's Walking History Tour. Owned and operated by guide Jon Sharp, the company offers pedestrian tours of Beaufort's most historic places. Tours are may be cancelled or rescheduled due to inclement weather.
Specializing in fly fishing and light tackle, Beaufort Sport Fishing organizes excursions to the region's backwater fishing locations on a shallow water fishing boat. Visitors have the opportunity to catch trout, shark, and redfish on the trip.
Led by knowledgeable local tour guides, Beaufort Walking Tours provides visitors the opportunity to explore the historic local town around them. During the tour, guests have the opportunity to view historic houses, scenic views, and centuries-old churches.
The Old Sheldon Church Ruins are the historic remains of one of the most lovely churches in the history of the American South. It was actually burned by the British in 1780 and then the new building was burned by Sherman's Army in 1865, leaving the current ruins.