Oconee Heritage Center

January 29, 2016 | Sam Mitchum
Last updated on February 29, 2016

Visitors of the Oconee Heritage Center explore the history of Native Americans, Immigration, Railroads, New Deal Programs, Textile Mills, Agriculture and much more as it relates to Oconee County. The exhibit hall offers a self-guided tour of Oconee’s history.

The exhibits and artifacts take visitors through the history of the Upstate from the early days of the Cherokee on to railroads, textile mills, agriculture and more. Popular areas include the Dugout Canoe found in the Chattooga River and the walk-in Stump House Tunnel exhibit.

The Louise Russell Alexander Children’s Corner is a special part of the museum where children can explore our culture and heritage in a fun environment.

Hours: Tuesday through Saturday 11am-5pm and by appointment.


The main exhibit hall of Oconee Heritage Center

123 Browns Square Dr
Walhalla, 29691

Phone: (864) 638-2224

Official Website
Twitter (@OconeeHeritage)