Gullah O'oman Museum

Gullah O'oman Museum anmeldelser, Pawleys Island

Gullah O'oman Museum
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Bob S
Pawleys Island, SC50 bidrag
apr. 2020
Moved out of Pawleys Island (Petigru Road) several years ago. It may have moved twelve miles south to Georgetown.
Skrevet 13. april 2020
Denne anmeldelsen er den subjektive meningen til et Tripadvisor-medlem og ikke fra TripAdvisor LLC.

ZeldaL
Murrells Inlet, SC163 bidrag
aug. 2019
This museum has moved to Georgetown. It is a very small museum pa led with information given by the owners who are Gullah. I spent well over an hour learning about Gullah history, language, foods, a very special quilt sewn for the White House, plants and medicines used in the Gullah culture etc.
Skrevet 12. desember 2019
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LJinSC
SC196 bidrag
apr. 2019 • Par
We have not been to the new location in Georgetown. The original museum in Pawleys Island was worth a visit. Really depends on your interest level of Gullah history.
Skrevet 20. april 2019
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Firplace
Jemez Springs, NM373 bidrag
nov. 2017 • Familie
From both outside and inside the museum does not look like much at first glance, but don't let that deter you. My daughter and I found it on the unlikely side of a non-descript building just off Georgetown's waterfront. The museum is free; they receive donations, and there are interesting gift items for sale. But the main thing is to pay close attention to both the exhibits and, if you're lucky enough to be there at the right time, the presentation. I knew some history of the Gullah, but nowhere near enough. I always want to learn important history I did not know, and I did. The older gentleman who runs the place is learned, accurate and interesting. Skip that extra store of cloned shell ornaments and beachwear, and spend some time learning about the people who made this their home, by choice or not, for centuries.
Skrevet 2. desember 2017
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Teresa M
Pekin, United States71 bidrag
feb. 2017 • Venner
This is a one room museum, which is now located in the historic district of Georgetown. There are quite a few artifacts, tools, etc that were used by the Gullah People. The museum had been run by Andrew Rodriguez and his wife, but she passed away a little over a year ago. Andrew now runs the museum on his own. The items that are laid out on tables and hung on the walls are interesting, but the most fascinating thing about this museum is Andrew himself! He gives a wonderful talk, about an hour in length, to guests willing to stay and listen. Don't miss this! If you are interested in history and learning about cultures, languages, and people of the past this is one of the most valuable hours you'll ever encounter! Andrew is full of knowledge and is quite a storyteller! He tells the story of the Michelle Obama quilt and how it represents her life and her ancestry to the Gullah People. He also uses another quilt to tell the story of the Gullah people and the Gullah language. This is LIVING HISTORY!!!

I asked Andrew for a photo at the end of our time there and he eagerly obliged. :) (See in photos below).
Skrevet 12. februar 2017
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amy e
Raleigh, NC1 128 bidrag
feb. 2016 • Alene
this "museum" moved to Georgetown in 2014; the owner's wife passed away and I was told they closed after her death.
Skrevet 20. november 2016
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Bob S
Pawleys Island, SC50 bidrag
mai 2016 • Familie
This little place's building remains vacant on Petigru, on the way to Recycle. Museum moved to Georgetown, I believe.
Skrevet 25. juli 2016
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Robin J
Greer, SC3 bidrag
aug. 2014 • Familie
This is a small but very worthwhile educational experience. Take the time to learn of the Gullah culture.
Skrevet 20. juli 2015
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kimkob1
Chardon, OH66 bidrag
jun. 2015 • Familie
I took my mother who had wanted to go. Yes it is small, but most of the education comes from Mr. Rodriguez himself. I will admit after a part of the talk got bogged down with dates,I got restless, but the others that were there seemed fine. I think if you had any young ones they would need a shorter presentation. I'm glad that we went, they have a wealth of knowledge and a shot of humor as well. The quilt story is fascinating!
Skrevet 15. juni 2015
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Windy
Rocky Face, Georgia, United States80 bidrag
apr. 2015 • Par
We spent almost an hour trying to find it in Pawley's, only to discover they have moved to Georgetown. The couple who were there were fun to talk to and the woman spoke to us in Gullah, which I had never actually heard. We bought a book that I enjoyed reading about the history and experience of the Gullah people. It's a very small place and if you are in a hurry, you still have time to pop in and take a look, as it is all in one small room.
Skrevet 2. juni 2015
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