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Lexington County Museum

Lexington County Museum
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Founded in 1970, the Lexington County Museum is a 7-acre complex with 30 historic structures. The museum interprets everyday life in Lexington County from ca. 1770 to the start of the Civil War.  Among others, buildings on the site include the ca. 1832 John Fox House, a 10-room home depicting life in the 1850s; the Fox House Slave Quarters; the 1771 Lawrence Corley Log House, the oldest building in the town of Lexington; the 1850 Wadlington Pigeonaire and numerous outbuildings. The museum

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LOCATION

Lexington County Museum

231 Fox Street, Lexington, SC 29072

ALBUQUERQUE LITTLE THEATRE

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  • ico-y-knife.pngLiu Chinese Fast Food
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  • ico-y-knife.pngGarcias Kitchen The Original
  • ico-y-knife.pngRoute 66 Malt Shop
  • ico-y-knife.pngBottger Mansion of Old Town
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  • ico-y-wscreen.pngLiu Chinese Fast Food
  • ico-y-wscreen.pngBottger Mansion of Old Town
  • ico-y-wscreen.pngLiu Chinese
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PARKING INFO

Parking is available in our lot located in front of our tour office (231 Fox Street) and in the lot located between Lexington Paint and Flooring and Sherwin Williams on Columbia Avenue

PUBLIC HOURS

Tuesday through Saturday 10 am to 4 pm
Sunday 1 pm to 4 pm
Closed Mondays and holiday weekends

PUBLIC ADMISSION FEES

$5 for adults; $2 for children 12 and under

PHOTOS

  • Ca. 1775 Lorick House