- Grand Strand Weekend
- South Carolina for Kids
- South Carolina Bar-B-Que
- A Midlands Weekend
- Civil War Adventures
- South Carolina Waterways
- Three Days in Horse Country
- South Carolina for Seafoodies
- South Carolina Kitsch
- Gullah and African American History
- Upstate Weekend
- South Carolina’s Top Ten for Golfers
- South Carolina’s Offbeat Festivals
- Southern Comforts
- Lowcountry Romance
The very picture of the slow, moss-drenched Lowcountry town—indeed, the municipal logo is the silhouette of a live oak tree—Walterboro is a delightful, artsy oasis. Right off I-95, Walterboro serves as a gateway of sorts to the Lowcountry, and the cheap commercial sprawl on the interstate shows it.
But don’t be put off by this ugliness—once you get into town Walterboro is as charming as they come, with roots back to 1783 and offering the added bonus of being one of the best antiquing locales in South Carolina.
Convenient and eminently walkable, the two-block Arts and Antiques District on Washington Street centers on a dozen antiques stores on the town’s main drag, interspersed with gift shops and eateries.
© Jim Morekis from Moon South Carolina, 4th Edition