A visit to the Kaminski House Museum is a must excursion for history buffs in search of Southern architecture and English and American antiques. Constructed in 1769, the Kaminski House Museum sits majestically on the banks of the Sampit River.
In 1930, NY residents Archer and Anna Hyatt Huntington purchased real estate on the Waccamaw Neck that was once four plantations. The Huntingtons were well known for their talents and philanthropy. They exerted significant influence on twentieth century art, libraries, museums and more.