SC History Trail

Browntown Museum

A farm museum featuring a 19th century farmhouse and related structures, the Browntown Museum depicts period life on a small farm in the Pee Dee Region.


Browntown Museum
414 North Main Street, Hemingway, SC, SC
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Phone: 843-558-2355
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Site Description
Maintained by the Three Rivers Historical Society, the Browntown Museum is a collection of 19th century farm structures located about eight miles east of Lake City on S.C. Highway 341. Centered around the Brown-Burrows House, built in 1845, the site includes a smokehouse, corn crib, cotton gin and out buildings from the early 19th century.

Antique farm equipment is displayed, and the site represents the typical lifestyle of a small farmer in South Carolina's Pee Dee Region during the post-Civil War era.
Access and Admission
Access Description: Saturday: 9am-4pm
Tours and Events
Guided Tours: Yes