Named for Strawberry Bluff on which it was built this chapel is a charming piece of South Carolina's history. However inviting it looks it is not open to the public as is explicitly stated on the website. If you do want to tour the grounds, you'll have to plan your visit for one of the four annual services held in October, November, March, and April. The grounds are said to be haunted which has prompted many trespassers to enter and vandalize the property. Fortunately or unfortunately, the stories are hauntings are mere rumors as the subject of the story - a girl who was tied to a gravestone - lived at the end of the real story.