Jan
1
Tue
2019
Shipwrecks of South Carolina exhibit @ South Carolina Maritime Museum
Jan 1 – Dec 31 all-day

The “Shipwrecks of South Carolina” exhibit can be viewed Monday through Saturday from 11 am until 5 pm. The exhibit is located on the second floor of the newly expanded and renovated museum. Admission is free to the public. Donations are appreciated. For more information about this exhibit click HERE.

 

Jun
17
Mon
2019
A Most Violent Storm” – Great Hurricanes from South Carolina’s Past @ South Carolina Maritime Museum
Jun 17 @ 11:00 am – Dec 16 @ 4:00 pm

Learn about some of the state’s most destructive tropical cyclones, such as the “Great Hurricane” of 1752; the “Memorable Carolina Hurricane” which destroyed the village at North Inlet; the Sea Islands Hurricane of 1893, South Carolina’s deadliest hurricane; as well more familiar storms, Hurricanes Hazel, Hugo, and Matthew. How did hurricanes get their name? Ever heard of storm towers? What happened to the unfortunate Flagg family at Magnolia Beach? All these questions will be answered and more at the South Carolina Maritime Museum!

Jun
24
Mon
2019
A Most Violent Storm” – Great Hurricanes from South Carolina’s Past @ South Carolina Maritime Museum
Jun 24 @ 11:00 am – Dec 23 @ 4:00 pm

Learn about some of the state’s most destructive tropical cyclones, such as the “Great Hurricane” of 1752; the “Memorable Carolina Hurricane” which destroyed the village at North Inlet; the Sea Islands Hurricane of 1893, South Carolina’s deadliest hurricane; as well more familiar storms, Hurricanes Hazel, Hugo, and Matthew. How did hurricanes get their name? Ever heard of storm towers? What happened to the unfortunate Flagg family at Magnolia Beach? All these questions will be answered and more at the South Carolina Maritime Museum!

Jul
1
Mon
2019
A Most Violent Storm” – Great Hurricanes from South Carolina’s Past @ South Carolina Maritime Museum
Jul 1 @ 11:00 am – Dec 30 @ 4:00 pm

Learn about some of the state’s most destructive tropical cyclones, such as the “Great Hurricane” of 1752; the “Memorable Carolina Hurricane” which destroyed the village at North Inlet; the Sea Islands Hurricane of 1893, South Carolina’s deadliest hurricane; as well more familiar storms, Hurricanes Hazel, Hugo, and Matthew. How did hurricanes get their name? Ever heard of storm towers? What happened to the unfortunate Flagg family at Magnolia Beach? All these questions will be answered and more at the South Carolina Maritime Museum!

Jul
8
Mon
2019
A Most Violent Storm” – Great Hurricanes from South Carolina’s Past @ South Carolina Maritime Museum
Jul 8 2019 @ 11:00 am – Jan 6 2020 @ 4:00 pm

Learn about some of the state’s most destructive tropical cyclones, such as the “Great Hurricane” of 1752; the “Memorable Carolina Hurricane” which destroyed the village at North Inlet; the Sea Islands Hurricane of 1893, South Carolina’s deadliest hurricane; as well more familiar storms, Hurricanes Hazel, Hugo, and Matthew. How did hurricanes get their name? Ever heard of storm towers? What happened to the unfortunate Flagg family at Magnolia Beach? All these questions will be answered and more at the South Carolina Maritime Museum!

Jul
15
Mon
2019
A Most Violent Storm” – Great Hurricanes from South Carolina’s Past @ South Carolina Maritime Museum
Jul 15 2019 @ 11:00 am – Jan 13 2020 @ 4:00 pm

Learn about some of the state’s most destructive tropical cyclones, such as the “Great Hurricane” of 1752; the “Memorable Carolina Hurricane” which destroyed the village at North Inlet; the Sea Islands Hurricane of 1893, South Carolina’s deadliest hurricane; as well more familiar storms, Hurricanes Hazel, Hugo, and Matthew. How did hurricanes get their name? Ever heard of storm towers? What happened to the unfortunate Flagg family at Magnolia Beach? All these questions will be answered and more at the South Carolina Maritime Museum!

Jul
22
Mon
2019
A Most Violent Storm” – Great Hurricanes from South Carolina’s Past @ South Carolina Maritime Museum
Jul 22 2019 @ 11:00 am – Jan 20 2020 @ 4:00 pm

Learn about some of the state’s most destructive tropical cyclones, such as the “Great Hurricane” of 1752; the “Memorable Carolina Hurricane” which destroyed the village at North Inlet; the Sea Islands Hurricane of 1893, South Carolina’s deadliest hurricane; as well more familiar storms, Hurricanes Hazel, Hugo, and Matthew. How did hurricanes get their name? Ever heard of storm towers? What happened to the unfortunate Flagg family at Magnolia Beach? All these questions will be answered and more at the South Carolina Maritime Museum!

Jul
29
Mon
2019
A Most Violent Storm” – Great Hurricanes from South Carolina’s Past @ South Carolina Maritime Museum
Jul 29 2019 @ 11:00 am – Jan 27 2020 @ 4:00 pm

Learn about some of the state’s most destructive tropical cyclones, such as the “Great Hurricane” of 1752; the “Memorable Carolina Hurricane” which destroyed the village at North Inlet; the Sea Islands Hurricane of 1893, South Carolina’s deadliest hurricane; as well more familiar storms, Hurricanes Hazel, Hugo, and Matthew. How did hurricanes get their name? Ever heard of storm towers? What happened to the unfortunate Flagg family at Magnolia Beach? All these questions will be answered and more at the South Carolina Maritime Museum!

Aug
5
Mon
2019
A Most Violent Storm” – Great Hurricanes from South Carolina’s Past @ South Carolina Maritime Museum
Aug 5 2019 @ 11:00 am – Feb 3 2020 @ 4:00 pm

Learn about some of the state’s most destructive tropical cyclones, such as the “Great Hurricane” of 1752; the “Memorable Carolina Hurricane” which destroyed the village at North Inlet; the Sea Islands Hurricane of 1893, South Carolina’s deadliest hurricane; as well more familiar storms, Hurricanes Hazel, Hugo, and Matthew. How did hurricanes get their name? Ever heard of storm towers? What happened to the unfortunate Flagg family at Magnolia Beach? All these questions will be answered and more at the South Carolina Maritime Museum!

Aug
12
Mon
2019
A Most Violent Storm” – Great Hurricanes from South Carolina’s Past @ South Carolina Maritime Museum
Aug 12 2019 @ 11:00 am – Feb 10 2020 @ 4:00 pm

Learn about some of the state’s most destructive tropical cyclones, such as the “Great Hurricane” of 1752; the “Memorable Carolina Hurricane” which destroyed the village at North Inlet; the Sea Islands Hurricane of 1893, South Carolina’s deadliest hurricane; as well more familiar storms, Hurricanes Hazel, Hugo, and Matthew. How did hurricanes get their name? Ever heard of storm towers? What happened to the unfortunate Flagg family at Magnolia Beach? All these questions will be answered and more at the South Carolina Maritime Museum!

Aug
19
Mon
2019
A Most Violent Storm” – Great Hurricanes from South Carolina’s Past @ South Carolina Maritime Museum
Aug 19 2019 @ 11:00 am – Feb 17 2020 @ 4:00 pm

Learn about some of the state’s most destructive tropical cyclones, such as the “Great Hurricane” of 1752; the “Memorable Carolina Hurricane” which destroyed the village at North Inlet; the Sea Islands Hurricane of 1893, South Carolina’s deadliest hurricane; as well more familiar storms, Hurricanes Hazel, Hugo, and Matthew. How did hurricanes get their name? Ever heard of storm towers? What happened to the unfortunate Flagg family at Magnolia Beach? All these questions will be answered and more at the South Carolina Maritime Museum!

Aug
26
Mon
2019
A Most Violent Storm” – Great Hurricanes from South Carolina’s Past @ South Carolina Maritime Museum
Aug 26 2019 @ 11:00 am – Feb 24 2020 @ 4:00 pm

Learn about some of the state’s most destructive tropical cyclones, such as the “Great Hurricane” of 1752; the “Memorable Carolina Hurricane” which destroyed the village at North Inlet; the Sea Islands Hurricane of 1893, South Carolina’s deadliest hurricane; as well more familiar storms, Hurricanes Hazel, Hugo, and Matthew. How did hurricanes get their name? Ever heard of storm towers? What happened to the unfortunate Flagg family at Magnolia Beach? All these questions will be answered and more at the South Carolina Maritime Museum!

Sep
2
Mon
2019
A Most Violent Storm” – Great Hurricanes from South Carolina’s Past @ South Carolina Maritime Museum
Sep 2 2019 @ 11:00 am – Mar 2 2020 @ 4:00 pm

Learn about some of the state’s most destructive tropical cyclones, such as the “Great Hurricane” of 1752; the “Memorable Carolina Hurricane” which destroyed the village at North Inlet; the Sea Islands Hurricane of 1893, South Carolina’s deadliest hurricane; as well more familiar storms, Hurricanes Hazel, Hugo, and Matthew. How did hurricanes get their name? Ever heard of storm towers? What happened to the unfortunate Flagg family at Magnolia Beach? All these questions will be answered and more at the South Carolina Maritime Museum!

Sep
9
Mon
2019
A Most Violent Storm” – Great Hurricanes from South Carolina’s Past @ South Carolina Maritime Museum
Sep 9 2019 @ 11:00 am – Mar 9 2020 @ 5:00 pm

Learn about some of the state’s most destructive tropical cyclones, such as the “Great Hurricane” of 1752; the “Memorable Carolina Hurricane” which destroyed the village at North Inlet; the Sea Islands Hurricane of 1893, South Carolina’s deadliest hurricane; as well more familiar storms, Hurricanes Hazel, Hugo, and Matthew. How did hurricanes get their name? Ever heard of storm towers? What happened to the unfortunate Flagg family at Magnolia Beach? All these questions will be answered and more at the South Carolina Maritime Museum!

Sep
16
Mon
2019
A Most Violent Storm” – Great Hurricanes from South Carolina’s Past @ South Carolina Maritime Museum
Sep 16 2019 @ 11:00 am – Mar 16 2020 @ 5:00 pm

Learn about some of the state’s most destructive tropical cyclones, such as the “Great Hurricane” of 1752; the “Memorable Carolina Hurricane” which destroyed the village at North Inlet; the Sea Islands Hurricane of 1893, South Carolina’s deadliest hurricane; as well more familiar storms, Hurricanes Hazel, Hugo, and Matthew. How did hurricanes get their name? Ever heard of storm towers? What happened to the unfortunate Flagg family at Magnolia Beach? All these questions will be answered and more at the South Carolina Maritime Museum!

Sep
23
Mon
2019
A Most Violent Storm” – Great Hurricanes from South Carolina’s Past @ South Carolina Maritime Museum
Sep 23 2019 @ 11:00 am – Mar 23 2020 @ 5:00 pm

Learn about some of the state’s most destructive tropical cyclones, such as the “Great Hurricane” of 1752; the “Memorable Carolina Hurricane” which destroyed the village at North Inlet; the Sea Islands Hurricane of 1893, South Carolina’s deadliest hurricane; as well more familiar storms, Hurricanes Hazel, Hugo, and Matthew. How did hurricanes get their name? Ever heard of storm towers? What happened to the unfortunate Flagg family at Magnolia Beach? All these questions will be answered and more at the South Carolina Maritime Museum!

Sep
30
Mon
2019
A Most Violent Storm” – Great Hurricanes from South Carolina’s Past @ South Carolina Maritime Museum
Sep 30 2019 @ 11:00 am – Mar 30 2020 @ 5:00 pm

Learn about some of the state’s most destructive tropical cyclones, such as the “Great Hurricane” of 1752; the “Memorable Carolina Hurricane” which destroyed the village at North Inlet; the Sea Islands Hurricane of 1893, South Carolina’s deadliest hurricane; as well more familiar storms, Hurricanes Hazel, Hugo, and Matthew. How did hurricanes get their name? Ever heard of storm towers? What happened to the unfortunate Flagg family at Magnolia Beach? All these questions will be answered and more at the South Carolina Maritime Museum!

Oct
7
Mon
2019
A Most Violent Storm” – Great Hurricanes from South Carolina’s Past @ South Carolina Maritime Museum
Oct 7 2019 @ 11:00 am – Apr 6 2020 @ 5:00 pm

Learn about some of the state’s most destructive tropical cyclones, such as the “Great Hurricane” of 1752; the “Memorable Carolina Hurricane” which destroyed the village at North Inlet; the Sea Islands Hurricane of 1893, South Carolina’s deadliest hurricane; as well more familiar storms, Hurricanes Hazel, Hugo, and Matthew. How did hurricanes get their name? Ever heard of storm towers? What happened to the unfortunate Flagg family at Magnolia Beach? All these questions will be answered and more at the South Carolina Maritime Museum!

Oct
14
Mon
2019
A Most Violent Storm” – Great Hurricanes from South Carolina’s Past @ South Carolina Maritime Museum
Oct 14 2019 @ 11:00 am – Apr 13 2020 @ 5:00 pm

Learn about some of the state’s most destructive tropical cyclones, such as the “Great Hurricane” of 1752; the “Memorable Carolina Hurricane” which destroyed the village at North Inlet; the Sea Islands Hurricane of 1893, South Carolina’s deadliest hurricane; as well more familiar storms, Hurricanes Hazel, Hugo, and Matthew. How did hurricanes get their name? Ever heard of storm towers? What happened to the unfortunate Flagg family at Magnolia Beach? All these questions will be answered and more at the South Carolina Maritime Museum!

Oct
21
Mon
2019
A Most Violent Storm” – Great Hurricanes from South Carolina’s Past @ South Carolina Maritime Museum
Oct 21 2019 @ 11:00 am – Apr 20 2020 @ 5:00 pm

Learn about some of the state’s most destructive tropical cyclones, such as the “Great Hurricane” of 1752; the “Memorable Carolina Hurricane” which destroyed the village at North Inlet; the Sea Islands Hurricane of 1893, South Carolina’s deadliest hurricane; as well more familiar storms, Hurricanes Hazel, Hugo, and Matthew. How did hurricanes get their name? Ever heard of storm towers? What happened to the unfortunate Flagg family at Magnolia Beach? All these questions will be answered and more at the South Carolina Maritime Museum!

Oct
28
Mon
2019
A Most Violent Storm” – Great Hurricanes from South Carolina’s Past @ South Carolina Maritime Museum
Oct 28 2019 @ 11:00 am – Apr 27 2020 @ 5:00 pm

Learn about some of the state’s most destructive tropical cyclones, such as the “Great Hurricane” of 1752; the “Memorable Carolina Hurricane” which destroyed the village at North Inlet; the Sea Islands Hurricane of 1893, South Carolina’s deadliest hurricane; as well more familiar storms, Hurricanes Hazel, Hugo, and Matthew. How did hurricanes get their name? Ever heard of storm towers? What happened to the unfortunate Flagg family at Magnolia Beach? All these questions will be answered and more at the South Carolina Maritime Museum!

Nov
4
Mon
2019
A Most Violent Storm” – Great Hurricanes from South Carolina’s Past @ South Carolina Maritime Museum
Nov 4 2019 @ 11:00 am – May 4 2020 @ 6:00 pm

Learn about some of the state’s most destructive tropical cyclones, such as the “Great Hurricane” of 1752; the “Memorable Carolina Hurricane” which destroyed the village at North Inlet; the Sea Islands Hurricane of 1893, South Carolina’s deadliest hurricane; as well more familiar storms, Hurricanes Hazel, Hugo, and Matthew. How did hurricanes get their name? Ever heard of storm towers? What happened to the unfortunate Flagg family at Magnolia Beach? All these questions will be answered and more at the South Carolina Maritime Museum!

Nov
11
Mon
2019
A Most Violent Storm” – Great Hurricanes from South Carolina’s Past @ South Carolina Maritime Museum
Nov 11 2019 @ 11:00 am – May 11 2020 @ 6:00 pm

Learn about some of the state’s most destructive tropical cyclones, such as the “Great Hurricane” of 1752; the “Memorable Carolina Hurricane” which destroyed the village at North Inlet; the Sea Islands Hurricane of 1893, South Carolina’s deadliest hurricane; as well more familiar storms, Hurricanes Hazel, Hugo, and Matthew. How did hurricanes get their name? Ever heard of storm towers? What happened to the unfortunate Flagg family at Magnolia Beach? All these questions will be answered and more at the South Carolina Maritime Museum!

Nov
18
Mon
2019
A Most Violent Storm” – Great Hurricanes from South Carolina’s Past @ South Carolina Maritime Museum
Nov 18 2019 @ 11:00 am – May 18 2020 @ 6:00 pm

Learn about some of the state’s most destructive tropical cyclones, such as the “Great Hurricane” of 1752; the “Memorable Carolina Hurricane” which destroyed the village at North Inlet; the Sea Islands Hurricane of 1893, South Carolina’s deadliest hurricane; as well more familiar storms, Hurricanes Hazel, Hugo, and Matthew. How did hurricanes get their name? Ever heard of storm towers? What happened to the unfortunate Flagg family at Magnolia Beach? All these questions will be answered and more at the South Carolina Maritime Museum!