City of Hartsville Announces Reopening of Tourism Facilities
The City of Hartsville will be reopening additional facilities with modified operations. The next phase of reopening includes facilities in the City’s Tourism Department including The Key to Your Hartsville and The Hartsville Museum.
The Key to Your Hartsville, Hartsville Visitor’s Center, will reopen on Monday, June 1st. The modified hours of operation are Monday-Friday 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. The gift shop and information center will be available for guests. Two guests will be allowed inside at one time. The staff can still be reached by phone at 843.917.0602 and visitor information can also be found online atwww.visithartsvillesc.com.
The Hartsville Museum will reopen on Wednesday, June 3rd. The modified hours of operation are Monday-Friday 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. A maximum of 10 guests will be allowed inside at one time. Guests are asked to enter through the front entrance at 222 North Fifth Street and follow a one way traffic pattern with the exit at the rear of the facility. The Hartsville Museum will have the annual Swamp Fox Quilters exhibit on display in the museum through the Labor Day Holiday.
The City of Hartsville has also announced the dates for the annual Screen on the Green Outdoor Movie Series held in Burry Park. This summer’s series will feature a modified schedule of movies and social distancing guidelines will be followed in the park to ensure that everyone can have a great time.
- June 13, 2020, Moana, sponsored by Carolina Pines Regional Medical Center
- June 27, 2020, Jumanji: The Next Level, sponsored by the Children’s Group
- August 1, 2020, The Incredibles 2, sponsored by Hartsville Police and Fire Departments
“We are excited to begin opening attractions and resources for Hartsville tourists.” says Lauren Baker, City of Hartsville Director of Tourism and Communications. “We have noticed a gradual increase of traffic around town as our restaurants and retail businesses have reopened. Our staff is ready to greet guests and help maintain a safe environment with regular sanitizing schedules and social distancing protocols.”