History, friendly assistance and plenty of space-that's what makes the Museum worth a visit. Its very easy to get around and see everything as it's wide open so it's not like some museums which are full of tiny rooms that you have to squeeze around.
It's designed for you to travel through history and get a full scope. There are a good number of original artifacts accompanied by nicely detailed but not too wordy history lesson.
Along with the expected War history, there are good stories about the surrounding Low Country nature and agricultural. I was fascinated by the Rice production videos. They have tools and pottery exhibits as well. We actually went to the Rice fields out at Caw Caw as a result of what we saw at this Museum and you could easily see the history (and the wild rice) that is there.
I'm a fan of museums in general and have been to many. This one is somewhere in my Top 10.
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