Pig Out At George’s Restaurant For Breakfast
Home of the massive buffet and serving a large menu of American favorites, George’s Restaurant truly has it all! Stop in for a delicious breakfast or for any meal and you won’t be disappointed! They’re open Sunday through Friday from 5 am until 9 pm and on Saturdays from 5 am until 3 pm!
Take in the History
Georgetown is full rich and wonderful history. Discover the nautical history of South Carolina through interactive exhibits, rare artifacts from the maritime industry at the South Carolina Maritime Museum. The Rice Museum exhibits a permanent collection of dioramas, maps, paintings, artifacts and other displays that tell the history of rice cultivation in Georgetown County. Learn about the role the Gullah/Geechee People played in the introduction and development of the cattle, indigo, and rice culture, as well as their role in the introduction of public education in South Carolina. Finally, visit the Kaminski house which was Built in 1769 in the heart of Georgetown’s historic district.
Head Out On An Island Picnic Cruise
Get ready for an afternoon on the water, combing for seashells and driftwood on a remote barrier island that is only accessible to few. Watch for dolphins, enjoy some bird watching, and relax on the shores of the beautiful lowcountry while enjoying a delicious picnic lunch prepared by Coffee Break Cafe, or you can pack your own! This five and a half hour tour is the perfect way to spend a day here in Georgetown! For more information about a tour, please call 843-344-4275.
End The Day At River Room Restaurant
After an afternoon on the water, head over to Front Street to do some more shopping and experience TripAdvisor’s No. 1-rated restaurant in Georgetown, River Room Restaurant! The historic waterfront ambiance, their “serious seafood”, and casual southern dining make this restaurant a favorite to locals and tourists alike! They’re open Monday through Saturdays from 5 pm until 10 pm and Sundays from 11 am until 2:30 pm.