South Carolina March 15, 2016
12 Perfect Places To Go In South Carolina If You’re Feeling Nostalgic
It’s “Throwback Tuesday,” South Carolina. Let’s turn back the hands of time and visit some classically nostalgic places in the Palmetto State.
Add these spots to your little black book of places to go in South Carolina when you’re feeling nostalgic.
1. Moon Pie General Store - Charleston
This little general store has every flavor or moon pie on the market. They also carry a lot of other nostalgic items.
48 N. Market St, Charleston, SC 29401
2. McGills General Store - York
McGill's has been in business since 1888.
1598 SC-161, York, SC 29745
3. Lenoir Store and Post Office - Horatio
This historic general store was built in 1869.
3240 Horatio-Hagood Rd, Horatio, SC 29062
4. Ballenger's Bridge at Willow Creek Conservatory - Landrum
This 20th century covered bridge located within the Willow Creek Conservatory property crosses the Middle Tyger River.
141 Old Ballenger Mill Rd, Landrum, SC 29356
5. Campbell's Covered Bridge - Landrum
Campbell's Covered Bridge was built in 1909 and named for a local grist mill owner, Alexander Lafayette Campbell.
171 Campbell Covered Bridge Rd, Landrum, SC 29356
OLD FASHIONED SODA FOUNTAINS
6. Pitt Street Pharmacy - Mount Pleasant
This pharmacy and soda fountain opened in Mount Pleasant's "Old Village" in 1937.
111 Pitt St, Mt Pleasant, SC 29464
7. Nye's Pharmacy - Conway
Nye's has been open at this location since 1953.
1600 10th Ave, Conway, SC 29526
8. Hiott's Pharmacy - Walterboro
The website "lcweekly.com" colorfully describes Hiott Pharmacy in Walterboro as "a working time capsule."
373 E Washington St, Walterboro, SC 29488
DRIVE INS & CAFES
9. Thomas Cafe - Georgetown
The doors of this building have been welcoming dining guests since 1929. Thomas Cafe is a 50s style diner.
703 Front St, Georgetown, SC 29440
10. Whiteford's Giant Burgers - Laurens
Whiteford's has been serving giant burgers in Laurens since 1957.
212 Hillcrest Dr, Laurens, SC 29360
11. The Beacon Drive-In - Spartanburg
The Beacon Drive In opened on Thanksgiving Day 1946.
255 John B White Sr Blvd, Spartanburg, SC
12. Snocap Drive In - North Augusta
This 50s drive in opened their doors more than 50 years ago.
618 West Ave, North Augusta, SC 29841
It’s fun to momentarily go back to a simpler time. These spots will help you do that.
Have you been to any of these? With so many nostalgic places in South Carolina we’re sure you can add more to the list. Feel free to add them on our Facebook page.