With a history dating back to 1795, the Price House is a historical site in Woodruff, South Carolina near Spartanburg. This property once contained the plantation home of Thomas and Ann Price, local entrepreneurs who owned the general store, ran the post office and local tavern. Here, you can find out how the Price family made their fortune and the legacy that remains at the only standing structure that exists - the upcountry slave cabin.
This historic home is believed to be the oldest house in Spartanburg's city limits. The Seay House is open to the public on the third Saturday of each month from May through October and by appointment year-round.
200 East Saint John Street Spartanburg, SC 29306 +1 864 764 9568
The Artists' Guild Gallery is in the Chapman Cultural Center. There are monthly art exhibits, some of which showcase art available for purchase. This gallery features art in a variety of forms, from contemporary and fine art to sculptures and photography.
1310 Cedar Lane Road Greenville/Spartanburg, SC 29617 +1 864 232 2273
Greenville Civic Center is the hub of all creative and artistic activities in town. Concerts, dramas, seminars, art classes or community events, the place is always bustling with action. Sans any dull moment, the atmosphere here is cheerful and fun. The Greenville Civic Center offers entertaining and cultural events and every show is well received by the patrons. For more details, call ahead
Abbeville Historic District dates back to the 19th Century. This neighborhood is a melting pot of several architectural styles including the likes of Gothic Revival, Queen Anne and Victorian styles. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1972 and a visit here is definitely interesting. Some of the district landmarks include the courthouse and opera hall.
A well-known landmark in the town of Belton, the Belton Standpipe has been a popular figure since 1907. A 155-foot (47-meter) structure located on O'Neal Street, this popular castle-like landmark was an international landmark for pilots flying in the southeast to help pinpoint their location. The standpipe's unique shape was built in a bid by the builders to secure more even distribution within the standpipe. The Belton Standpipe was listed in the National Register of Historic Places in 1987.
457 South Church Street Spartanburg, SC 29306 +1 864-594-4477
Mary H. Wright Elementary School is located at Spartanburg, South Carolina. This school is a of Spartanburg County School District No. 7. The school building has a Internationale Style of architecture and was designed by architects Hudson, W. Manchester and Chapman, A. Hugh, Jr. The school was built in 1951 C.E and was added to the National Registrar of Historic Places on August 3, 2007.
The Oconee County Cage is a jail on wheels. It was used in the early 20 Century to transport prisoners from one place to another. This metal cage is 14 feet (4.2 meters) long, with strong metal bars. Canvas was used to cover it during winter. It is a feature on the National Register of Historic Places.
East Pickens Highway Seneca, SC 29678 +1 864 944 5112
Completed between 1849 and 1851 Old Pickens Presbyterian Church is the only surviving structure of the old town of Pickens Court House, a mid-nineteenth century town situated around modern-time Seneca. The church site also comprises of a cemetery. Visitors are allowed inside the church from April to October, every Sunday from 2.30p to 5p in October.
624 State Park Road Mountain Rest, SC 29664 +1 864 638 5353
Oconee State Park is a 1165-acre (472-hectare) landscape with various recreational activities to do around. Some of the most interesting things on offer here are fishing, camping, and boating in the park lakes. Picnic arrangements are available, thus attracting a lot of visitors.
Operating since the early 1960s, the Regional History Museum is
a great place to get lost in the rich history of this growing but quaint South Carolina town. A distinctive range of artifacts are on display at this classy ...
The Zimmerli Amphitheatre in Barnet Park plays hosts to a
number of local events and festivals throughout the year. Some of these celebrations include the Red, White & Boom fireworks showcase on the Fourth of July as well as ...
Situated off U.S. Route 26, the Hampton Inn Suites in
Spartanburg is a wise choice for travelers looking to check out some shops and some history. Just a few blocks away from South Carolina's biggest mall, this budget friendly ...