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Mr. Andrew Rodrigues was present to provide us a full history lesson to include the history of Michelle Obama's roots and connection to the Gullah people.
Mr. Rodrigues is up in age now; yet he is a living, breathing history book with character, depth and...More
We were definitely pleased and extremely grateful for the wonderful opportunity to visit this place! To hear Mr Andrew Rodriquez speak about the history of the Gullah & Gheechi People Of South Carolina, was a Huge Treat! We were especially pleased to learn about this...More
Pretty much a one man show. If you are interested in a small slice of South Carolina/Gullah history - stop by. You will have to edit a lot of what he is telling you. First he is from Boston (no crime there, he just didnt...More
Although small and unassuming, we were impressed with the displays and the presentation by the Gullah Man. I was distracted by some of his current political commentary; but most of his explanations and stories made the visit worthwhile.
The museum is a bit rundown, likely due to the passing of the current owner/curator's wife, but has many fascinating artifacts and a great storyteller in Andrew, the curator. While meandering and a bit long winded, Andrew tells the tale of the Gullah people and...More
I was hoping to learn more about the Gullah culture, but we arrived in the middle of a storyteller rambling about his childhood. He did add some interesting information, but not really about the Gullah. The space is small and haphazardly organized.
There is no admission fee. The museum is quite small and he does ask for donations. The most interesting thing in the museum is the curator. Ask him questions about anything you see there or about the Gullah. There also... More
There is no admission fee. The museum is quite small and he does ask for donations. The most interesting thing in the museum is the curator. Ask him questions about anything you see there or about the Gullah. There also are things to buy that help support it.