The Kaminski Building is one of two that house Georgetown’s Rice Museum. The 1842 Kaminski Building was a retail store for many years. Witnesses at the museum have heard footsteps, including one set that sounds like it has a peg-leg, in the art gallery. It is also believed that an antique sideboard in the museum may be connected to a slave woman’s ghost.
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- 633 Front Street
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- 33.3652919, -79.28245900000002
- Georgetown County, South Carolina
- Nearest Towns:
- Georgetown, SC (1.1 mi.)
Pawleys Island, SC (10.4 mi.)
Andrews, SC (17.1 mi.)
Murrells Inlet, SC (18.9 mi.)
McClellanville, SC (21.8 mi.)
Garden City, SC (22.3 mi.)
Bucksport, SC (23.1 mi.)
Jamestown, SC (24.3 mi.)
Surfside Beach, SC (24.4 mi.)
Socastee, SC (27.4 mi.)
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