|Studio B 1000 Holly St 803-496-3531 located in Santee-Cooper Country in Orangeburg County, Holly Hill is easily accessible from Interstates 26 and 95. Owner: Anita Drennon; Manager: Julianne R. Scott Studio B is a Unique, family owned boutique housed in the Glenn Littlejohn and Co building, featuring Beecology body care products, Seeds of Happiness, Bridgewater Candles, Poo-Pourri Spray, Laurel Burch scarves, and Maison-Chic children & baby items. We also offer handbags and accessories as well as custom jewelry. We currently accept Mastercard and Visa, and are working on giving you the option to pay with Paypal. Gift Certificates Available. Store hours: Monday thru Friday 9:30 to 5:30. Seen by appointment Saturdays.
|We are a destination "off of the beaten” path along the South Carolina National Heritage Corridor. The corridor is 240 miles from the mountains and mill villages of Oconee County down along the Savannah River paralleling U. S. Highways 278 and 78 through the Edisto River Basin to the low country plantations and the port city of Charleston through 14 counties including Orangeburg County. Sites are identified to provide natural beauty, recreational opportunities, cultural traditions, and the state’s rich African-American tradition. Orangeburg County is the home to sites of interest that include the themes of parks & trails, rail history, military battle sites, historic homes, historic sites, agricultural heritage, churches/cemeteries and museums/historic schools. Beautiful gardens and rivers and lakes are prominent. History buffs, festival goers, golfers, antique and art shoppers, horse enthusiasts, train lovers and those wishing to enjoy warm, friendly people will find Orangeburg County a great place to visit along the Heritage Corridor.
We're located close to Holly Hill’s Visitor and Information Center housed in the restored railroad depot. We accept Mastercard, Visa, and Paypal. Gift Certificates Available. Store hours: Monday thru Friday 9:30 to 5:30. Seen by appointment Saturdays.
(The) Depot of Holly Hill
(S.C. National Heritage Corridor)
8603 Old State Road, Holly Hill, SC, (803) 496-3831, www.tri-crcc.com
Hours: Mon.-Fri. 9 a.m.-2 p.m.
Directions: 1 block south from the intersection of Hwys. 176 & 453 on Hwy. 176 (Old State Rd.) in Holly Hill
GPS Coordinates: 33-23-58N, 80-20-26W
|Holly Hill was built around a grove of holly trees. The last tree from the original grove, estimated to be 98 years old, was removed in 1957. A replacement for
this tree was planted as part of the South Carolina Tricentennial Celebration in 1970. Holly Hill is known as “the biggest little town in South Carolina.”
Approximately 13 miles south of Holly Hill is the National Audubon Society's Francis Beidler Forest in Four Holes Swamp. It is known for the largest remaining stand of virgin bald cypress/tupelo gum swamp forest left anywhere in the world. .
Interpretive signs are at each site long the South Carolina National Heritage Corridor and highway markers guide visitors along the corridor. For a brochure listing all of the Discovery Sites with a map that pinpoints the locations, please contact the Orangeburg County Chamber of Commerce at 803-534-6821, or visit the South Carolina National Heritage Corridor website at www.sc-heritagecorridor.org .
We accept Mastercard, Visa, and Paypal. Gift Certificates Available. Store hours: Monday thru Friday 9:30 to 5:30. Seen by appointment Saturdays.