Lexington County Museum
231 Fox Street, Lexington, SC 29072
(803) 359-8369

Just off Hwy 378 in Lexington. The offices and the meeting place are on the RIGHT, next to their main sign.

From Charlotte:
I-77 S to I-26 W (as you pass Exit 1), toward Spartanburg. Hwy 378 (Exit 110), toward Lexington. Follow 378. Past Walmart. Join Hwy 6. Right Lane. Curve RIGHT staying on 378 (Hwy 6 goes straight). Turn LEFT onto Fox Street between Lexington Paint and Michaelis Mattress; across from Bojangles and Bi-Lo.

From Spartanburg:
I-26 E. Hwy 378 (Exit 110), toward Lexington. Follow 378. Past Walmart. Join Hwy 6. Right Lane. Curve RIGHT staying on 378 (Hwy 6 goes straight). Turn LEFT onto Fox Street between Lexington Paint and Michaelis Mattress; across from Bojangles and Bi-Lo.

From Augusta:
I-20 E. Take Hwy. 1 toward Lexington. Follow past the Library and The Needler. At intersection with Hwy 378, turn RIGHT. Pass McDonalds. Turn RIGHT onto Fox Street between Lexington Paint and Michaelis Mattress; across from Bojangles and Bi-Lo.

From Florence:
I-20 W. Take Hwy 378 (Exit 110), toward Lexington. Follow 378. Past Walmart. Join Hwy 6. Right or middle lane. Curve RIGHT staying on 378 (Hwy 6 goes straight). Turn LEFT onto Fox Street between Lexington Paint and Michaelis Mattress; across from Bojangles and Bi-Lo.

From Greenwood:
Hwy 378 toward Lexington. Join Hwy 1. Pass K-Mart. Stay on 378 (Hwy 1 splits off to right). Pass McDonalds. Turn RIGHT onto Fox Street between Lexington Paint and Michaelis Mattress; across from Bojangles and Bi-Lo.

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PARKING
Please do NOT park in the lots of the nearby businesses.
Usually we can park along street between office and other buildings on Fox Street.

IF CRAZY BUSY at the museum, they ask that we park in their parking lots.
IF you are handicapped and/or trouble walking, do park near the Tour Office and our meeting place along Fox Street.
IF you are able to walk a little distance, the Museum has a large parking area off of Columbia Ave (highway 378) directly in between Lexington Paint and Sherwin Williams and directly across the street from Bojangles. It is where the big cotton gin building is located (the one on stilts) and where the large "Lexington County Museum" sign is located. Just drive through the open chain link fence and park along the grassy/sandy circle. To get to the Hazelius House from there just follow the signs to the "Tour Office" along the rock-lined path around to the front of the Fox House. Once in front of the Fox House you'll see the Hazelius House across Fox Street.
If you are able to walk the short walk from this lot to the museum, please do so and save the close spot on Fox Street for those that cannot walk as far.
If you are unloading, feel free to do so along Fox Street and then move your car to the Museum's lot.
THANKS!