Frampton House Visitors Center & Museum1 Low Country Ln, Yemassee, SC, US, 29945
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Conveniently located off I-95, the Lowcountry Visitors Center and Museum at Frampton Plantation House is a historical destination, as well as a good spot for Fido to stretch his legs. The property dates back to the 1700s, when it was part of a King's Grant to the Frampton family. The plantation house dates back to 1868, when it was rebuilt after being burned by General Sherman’s troops. It now houses the Lowcountry Visitors Center, Museum and Gift Shop. Dogs are welcome anywhere on the four acre property, and well-behaved dogs are allowed inside the house.
Mar. 25, 2019
What a gem of a place! A former plantation house, with expansive grounds just off the interstate, we called ahead to make sure we were okay with a 3 month old Great Dane puppy who is just getting used to a collar, and definitely not ready for a leash. We were even more charmed by the people who welcomed us with cameras ready and plenty of shaded picnic tables. We drive up to Virginia from Florida at least 2-3 times a year, so we’ll be back!
More than one year ago.
great quick stop
Great place to walk the dogs, learn a little about the history of the area and do a little gift shop shopping- all with the pups! Great 20 min stop