- Our list of the best things to do in Summerville, South Carolina, features the top 122 nearby activities — including 65 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Summerville, SC has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Water Activities, Outdoor Places, Sights & Landmarks, and Tours.
- The results below include the top 12 things to do within the city of Summerville, SC , followed by 110 popular activities in nearby cities, including Charleston, Mount Pleasant, North Charleston, Moncks Corner, Johns Island, Goose Creek, Kiawah Island, Edisto Island, Sullivan's Island and Folly Beach
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.
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1775 Sea Island Pkwy., Beaufort, SC 29920 MoreLess Info
Nestled in Beaufort, South Carolina, Hunting Island State Park is one of the most popular parks along the South Carolina coast. Its lighthouse is open for tours, although the hours are irregular in the winter and early spring months.
South Carolina's Hunting Island Lighthouse is open throughout the year. It is free to visit, but those who wish to climb its interior staircase must pay a nominal fee. In case of inclement weather, the lighthouse is often temporarily closed.
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2809 Sea Island Parkway, St. Helena Island, SC 29920 MoreLess Info
Visitors can enjoy hiking trails, fishing, and a natural beach at Hunting Island Nature Center & Fishing Pier. Hunting Island also features a lighthouse and variety of local wildlife and marine life.
91% 122 votes
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.
Once a working plantation, the Hopsewee Plantation in Georgetown, South Carolina is now a museum, restaurant and historical interpretive center. The property also contains the River Oak Tea Room, an elegant salon that serves tea and small meals.
Four generations have worked to make the products available at the Carolina Cider Company. The ciders available are all-natural and come in several different flavors which can be purchased with other homemade items like preserves, butter, snacks, and gift baskets.