Carriage Museum at Rye Patch
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The Carriage Museum at Rye Patch is a vintage carriage museum situated at 100 Berrie Road, in Rye Patch, South Carolina. It was named in honor of a local carriage restorer and a member of the Aiken Driving Club.
The Carriage Museum has one of the largest and rarest collections of restored vintage carriers in the state. Noteworthy among the exhibits are a 1900 three-seat Surrey, a 1905 Village Cart, an 1890 Buckboard Phaeton, and a 1910 Pony Rockaway.
Visitors are permitted into the museum by appointment only.
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