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Yes, Mount Pleasant is home to many prominent sites that are listed on this national register. Please choose from the selections below to learn more about some of the places that are important to Mount Pleasant, South Carolina, and the nation’s story.
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Yes, the Old Village was added to the National Register of Historic Places on March 30, 1973. In 1979, the Town of Mount Pleasant created a more expansive, local historic district named the Old Village Historic District. Learn more about the Old Village here and take a self guided walking tour here.
The Historical Commission invites Mount Pleasant residents and visitors to participate in the History on Tap! Passport Program. History on Tap is a digital passport program that includes maps and a Mount Pleasant History Passport and questionnaire designed around our historical marker program for use with self guided and educational tours. Visit each historical marker and “stamp” your passport by answering the markers corresponding question. To participate, just download the passport here.
The Historical Commission has self guided educational tours available on their website, Mount Pleasant Historical. The website can also be downloaded as a mobile app on an Apple or Google device.
You will need a smart phone or other mobile device with NFC technology, both Android and Apple devices will work. Please note that your device must be connected to the internet either through a cell signal or Wi-Fi. You must have NFC set to “on" in the phone. For older Apple devices download the app.