McClellanville | Palmetto Places

Come to "the village," beloved haunt of poet laureate Archibald Rutledge. Visit the gardens of Harrietta Plantation and the gothic-style Chapel of Ease. Learn about shrimping, climb the Cape Romain lighthouses, and meet the colorful residents of the Butterfly Barn.

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McClellanville, Part 1
Episode 1

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The city of McClellanville, also known as “The Village,” is located in Charleston County. It is a charming enclave of old trees, old houses, churches, with thousands of acres of tidal marshes...
McClellanville, Part 2
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McClellanville’s story is one of survival. The communities’ resilience had been tested time and again with the impacts of several large storms: Hurricane Hugo, the hurricane of 1822, and the storm in...
McClellanville, Part 3
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Preserving McClellanville’s memories is The Village Museum. Bud Hill, the director of The Village Museum, joins to talk about the museum’s purpose, which is preserving old photographs and mementos...
McClellanville, Part 4
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Freddy Arthur’s Butterfly Barn is a must-see establishment in McClellanville. Freddy Arthur joins to talk about her inspirations for wanting to create the butterfly garden, along with the care of the...