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Teapot Museum – Elloree, South Carolina


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When you enter this door, you just might think you’ve fallen through the rabbit hole. A 20-foot-long teapot houses this unique attraction in Elloree, officially called J’s Tea-rific Teapot Museum. The museum opened on June 9, 2012, showcasing tens of thousands of teapots and accessories collected by owners Dr. Julian and Sybil Boland over more than 20 years.

Elloree Teapot Museum

Thia Beniash of Ladson, 2016 © Do Not Use Without Written Consent

The Bolands operate their museum behind their business, Boland Pharmacy. The museum, which includes a popular Noah’s Ark-themed display of animal and Biblical teapots arranged in a boat-shaped cabinet (seen below), charges no admission and is open Wednesdays through Fridays. Sadly, Dr. Julian Boland died in 2014.

Teapot Museum Interior

Thia Beniash of Ladson, 2016 © Do Not Use Without Written Consent

Teapot Museum Elloree Interior

Thia Beniash of Ladson, 2016 © Do Not Use Without Written Consent



Teapot Museum Info


Address: 2734 West Cleveland Street, Elloree, SC 29047
GPS Coordinates: 33.530184,-80.573871

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One Comment about Teapot Museum

michael youngNo Gravatar says:
March 10th, 2015 at 7:52 pm

I am so sorry to hear the news. I enjoyed building Mr. Boland’s dream. Michael Young





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