1135 Sumter Hwy
Bishopville, SC 29010
Phone: (803) 428-3200
Fax: (803) 428-3200
Arts & Museums
Enjoy an entergy adventure at this center located in the Southeast's first commercial nuclear power plant where visitors can learn the wonders of electricity and energy production through interactive media. A wide variety of interactive exhibits tell the story of nuclear power.
Located in a historic 1930 post office that is listed on the National Register of Historic Places, this history museum features a permanent collection of Native American artifacts, as well as agricultural implements and silver made in Hartsville. The museum also hosts traveling exhibits and features a lovely gift shop.
This gallery features local, regional and national changing exhibits in the antebellum home of late regional artist Elizabeth White. There is a permanent collection of White's work, as well as a touchable exhibit for the visually impaired, a gift shop, and an art school that offers classes for all ages.
Located in a Carnegie Library that was built in 1915, this museum and archive contains a large and diverse collection of genealogical and historical research material, as well as local and regional historical exhibits including Camden's original town clock that was built in 1825.
This museum site was once the home of Revolutionary War hero, General Thomas Sumter, known as