Located in the Georgetown historic district, nestled among the live oaks, the Winyah Indigo Society Hall is an ideal historic event venue for wedding receptions and more where guest can experience true grand Southern charm. Within walking distance to downtown and only 15 minutes from the beaches of Pawleys Island. The renter/event planner is responsible for catering and additional services. Groups of 150-300 are a good fit for this venue.
The society itself was originally chartered by King George II in 1758 during the booming indigo trade that preceded the Revolutionary War. The present building was built in 1853 to serve the society as a school, meeting place, library and hospital for federal troops during the Civil War. It is registered with The National Register of Historic Places. The hall offers multiple rooms, acting as the perfect platform for all types of events and meetings.