1223 Radford Blvd.
Dillon, SC 29536
Phone: (843) 774-4181
Fax: (843) 774-4181
1223 Radford Blvd., Dillon, SC, US, 29536
- Phone: (843) 774-4181
- Fax: (843) 774-4181
Arts & Museums
A very unique museum and resource center that contains 19th century artifacts, as well as arts and crafts from Lumbee Indian tribes plus displays contemporary Indian arts and drafts that represent Native Americans all over North America. Major displays include an authentic log canoe and log cabin.
The science center is located in a one room schoolhouse and offers many hands-on exhibits and activities. The planetarium is located adjacent to the center and uses light, sound, and color to recreate the images of the universe.
Constructed in 1895, the renowned John Blue House is situated in the Lauringburg area of North Carolina. It offers a glimpse into the rural past of the state. The house features circular porches, nine fireplaces, and 12 exterior doors, of which each one has a stained glass pane. The house is surrounded by pecan trees coupled with a collection of structures that actively narrates stories of varied times of the region. The house has gained enormous historic value over the years, and was entered into the National Register of Historic Places in 1978.
Located in a former railway express station that was built in 1908, this museum displays memorabilia relating to Lumberton and Robeson County plus features a rotating historic display that changes every two months, and fossils found in the nearby Lumber River.
This museum is dedicated to the display of Civil War Artifacts and deals in artifacts and memorabilia relating to the period from 1850-1880. A reference library dealing with this time period is available for public use, and museum employees will help with visitors' family genealogies. There is a wide range of items in the museum gift shop. The museum is open on Wednesdays and Saturdays only.
A small yet interesting museum that is located in a beautiful 1939 Art Deco building and displays a wide variety of artwork including Western, Asian, Chinese, African, Greek, Roman, and American works, as well as a collection of Southwestern American Indian pottery.
Each year over three million bass, bream, catfish, and 14 species of other warm water fish are raised in 31 production ponds to supply lakes and farmponds at this fish hatchery that features an aquarium for close-up views plus offers picnic tables on site. Tours are available.
The celebrated Hamlet Historic Depot and Museum is one of the eminent historical sites in North Carolina. It was established and opened as the Hamlet Amtrak Station in the Hamlet region of North Carolina. It was during 2001 and 2004, that the historic station was transformed into a profound museum. It traces the Queen Anne style of architecture and is aesthetically intact. The site is accessible for museum tours from Monday through Friday between 8:00a and 5:00p. The timings for Saturday and Sunday are settled at 1:00p to 5:00p. The site is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
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.
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.