Cayce, South Carolina
Cayce’s most notable attractions include the Cayce Riverwalk, along the Congaree River – perfect for walking, jogging, and enjoying nature. If history captures your interest, visit the Cayce Historical Museum, located at the City of Cayce Municipal Complex. The museum’s exhibits chronicle the area’s first European settlement in the early 1700s and feature Native American artifacts dating back thousands of years. The city’s 12,000 Year History Park, also near the river, provide a great environment to learn and explore. The State St. District and Antique District provides many choices to shop, browse and buy.
Trip Ideas - Canvass through Art and History in Cayce
It’s no wonder Cayce was named the #1 City in South Carolina for millennial job seekers.
Wake-me up first …
Piecewise Coffee Co.
To get your day going, grab a cup of gourmet coffee.
2001 State Street, Cayce
Phone: (803) 764-1044
State of the Art Gallery & Pottery Studio Arts
A craft lover’s paradise, this gallery is a must-stop destination. Unique gifts and décor for any style home and budget.
2007 State Street, Cayce
Phone: (803) 807-9944
12,000 Year History Park and Timmerman Trail Walk
This special place is where mammoths once roamed. The park is a unique archeological site in where history and nature converge. Guided historical walking tours are offered on Saturdays throughout the year. Call for details.
1120 Fort Congaree Trail, Cayce
Phone: (850) 322-5636
Cayce Historical Museum
The building is replica of a trading post, which was built in the Cayce area in 1765. Re-opening is slated for September 2020.
1800 12th St, Cayce
Phone: (803) 739-5385
This the ultimate “daycation” spot with 12 miles of lighted, paved pathways, boardwalks, and hand-carved wooden animal sculptures by local artist Wade Geddings. Restrooms and parking on site.
201 Naples Avenue, Cayce
Eats - Local Favorites
You just have to go at least once; it’s kinda mandatory! Burgers, steaks, and house specials.
936 Axtell Dr, Cayce
Steel Hands Brewing
Discover 14 different varieties of beer on tap, plus a food menu is also available. The taproom is open for outdoor and indoor dining Thursday to Sunday. In addition, they offer to-go beer and pints on the patio Tuesday to Wednesday from 3-8PM.
2350 Foreman Street, Cayce
Phone: (803) 708-9864
Duke’s Pad Thai
Fish tacos … need we say more?
904 Knox Abbott Dr, Cayce
Their menu features a large variety of sandwiches, salads, and wings, of course.
920 Axtell Dr Parkland Plaza, Cayce
Other Favorites: Lizard’s Thicket, Sub Station II, Tony’s Pizzalicious, Just Us Café, La Estrella, Zaxby’s, Krispy Kreme Doughnuts
For a complete list of restaurants, visit the Food & Dining section of this website.