Thing to Do

Walterboro Wildlife Center

The Walterboro Wildlife Center features the rich story and native wildlife of the state's largest city park, The Walterboro Wildlife Sanctuary.  Come learn about the wonderful history, environmental significance, and wildlife in the heart of Historic Downtown Walterboro.

Shop Downtown Walterboro

Our Historic Downtown is bustling with antique shops, boutiques, restaurants & more. Take a stroll down the street and don't forget to check out our waterfall while you're there. 

Edisto River Treehouses

Canoe the best of South Carolina
Located between Charleston, Columbia and Savannah

The largest Private Wildlife Refuge on the Edisto River, accessible onlt by canoe, offers our guests unparalleled privacy and stunning views from world-class treehouses.

Self-Guided Tour of Historic Walterboro

The tour is designed to walk you through Walterboro's intriguing past as it evolves into today's lifestyle with 55 points of interest. There are two historic districts located in Walterboro: Historic Hickory Valley, a largely residential area with homes dating between 1814 and 1929; and the Walterboro Historic District, which covers the historic businesses and the lovely small town full of southern charm and heritage. Both districts having listings in the National Register of Historic Places.

Tuskegee Airmen Monument

During World War II, the Walterboro Army Airfield served as a training ground for Army airmen including a group of the Tuskegee Airmen. In May, 1997, a monument honoring their bravery was placed at the site. This was also the site of a POW camp and base hospital.

Old Water Tower

The tower (built around 1915) is built of reinforced concrete and is 133 feet high. The tank section above the windows holds 100,000 gallons of water. At the base of the Tower are three jail cells where travelers, if stranded here many years ago and not able to pay for lodging, were allowed to stay here.

Walterboro Wildlife Sanctuary

Comprised of over 800 acres of braided creek and hardwood flats. The sanctuary offers boardwalks, bridges, bike and walking trails for viewing natural lowcountry wildlife and beauty. Spanish moss drips from Cypress trees and wildflowers abound as you pass a beaver pond, duck pond, butterfly garden. Free admission.

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The Colleton Museum & Farmer's Market

At out new location. Museum features exhibits on Colleton County's history, Natural Resources, Plantation Era relics. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places.


The Bedon-Lucas House Museum

The Headquarters of the Colleton County Historic & Preservation Society, the Bedon Lucas house is located close to Walterboro's first settlement in Hickory Valley, it was constructed in 1820. In 1996 the Colleton County Historical & Preservation Society raised funds to purchase and restore the building. For tours please visit the Colleton County Historical & Preservation Society page.