Ashtabula Historic House
House museum, located on ten acres of land, built in 1825. It is considered a colonial period brick dependency and well house. Ashtabula has been restored and furnished with family artifacts by the Pendleton Historic Foundation.
Duke World of Energy
Offers the story of energy, a butterfly garden, games and movies, outdoor entertainment, and fish & wildlife information.
Open Monday-Friday 9am-5pm; Saturday Noon-5pm
7812 Rochester Highway, Seneca, SC 29672
Hagood Mill Historic Site
Placed on the National Register of Historic Places, the 1845 gristmill served many generations of rural farm families until its closing in the mid-1960s. Currently at the mill, demonstrators share their skills in blacksmithing, milling, cotton ginning, quilting, and weaving.
Open Wednesday-Saturday 10am-4pm
138 Hagood Mill Road, Pickens, SC 29671
Oconee Heritage Center
Oconee Heritage Center brings history to life through educational programs, festivals, and museum exhibits. It is housed in a 1892 Tobacco Warehouse and first opened in 2004.
Free Admission, but donations are encouraged
Open Thursday/Friday Noon-6pm; Saturday 10am-3pm
123 Browns Square Drive, Walhalla, SC 29691
Pickens County Museum of Art & History
Used as the Pickens County Jail (or gaol) until 1975, the museum houses several galleries and 40+ exhibits which offer interpretations of regional history through art, antiquities and artifacts.
Open Monday, Wednesday, Friday 9am-5pm; Thursday 9am-7:30pm; Saturday 9am-4:30pm
307 Johnson St., Pickens, SC 29671
Split Creek Farm
The farm has Grade A Goat Dairy and Gold Medal winners in national competitions for their cheeses, fudge, and milk.
Open Monday- Saturday 9am-6pm, Sunday 2pm-5pm
3806 Centerville Rd., Anderson, SC 29625