In this riverside town, it’s hard not to be inspired by the natural beauty and convivial community of the locals. Creativity abounds around every corner of Little Washington, you can see it in the flower boxes, the thoughtfully restored historic buildings of downtown, public art, and in the galleries and shops. Discover the art all around in Washington, and perhaps you’ll come home with a spark of creativity and a new piece for your home.
2 days | 17 stops
STOP 1: Breakfast at Rachel K’s Bakery
STOP 2: Lemonade Art Gallery
STOP 3: Riverwalk Gallery and Arts Center
STOP 4: Art Tyndall Studio
STOP 5: Art on Market, Kay Woolard Studio
STOP 6: Wine and Words Gourmet
STOP 7: Historic Turnage Theatre & Museum and Art Gallery
STOP 8: Underground Railroad Museum
See the faces. Read their stories of sacrifice. Understand what it took to escape from slavery. Climb aboard the restored Seaboard Coast Line Railroad Caboose and enter a pictorial history of slavery in Washington and Beaufort County. Part of the National Park Service “Underground Railroad Network to Freedom,” this small museum has a big impact.