Places of Interest
Blue Ridge Arts Center- (Seneca) Non Profit gallery is housed in the city’s oldest church structure built in 1882. Gallery features a wide variety of exhibits, act classes, and workspace for artists.
Bob Campbell Geology Museum- (Clemson) Stroll thru the courtyard garden with its mix of unusual plans rocks and mining equipment and view fossilized plans and animals once buried in layers of rick.
Central History Museum- (Central) A collection of historic Memorabilia from a local merchant, from the late 18th century. Listed on the National register of historic places.
Cherokee Indian Interpretive Center- (Sunset) Trace the history and culture of the Cherokee Indians who lived in the Cherokee Valley. 864-868-2605
Clemson University - (Clemson) The University not only is a place for learning but also has a multitude of attractions both historical and recreational such as the John C. Calhoun House, South Carolina Botantical Gardens, Brooks Center, and the Clemson University NCAA sporting events from Football to Volleyball that are on going year round.
Collins Ole Towne- (Central) A re created 1930’s village, having a general store, a depression era barbershop, and a schoolhouse. 864-639-2618
Duke Power’s World of Energy- (Seneca) Duke Powers’ energy education center featuring a audio visual tour with animated displays, computer games and a short nature trail.
Walhalla Civic Auditorium- (Walhalla) Built in 1913, it is now home to meetings, benefits, recitals, concerts and much more.
Lunney Museum- (Seneca) Built in 1909 this Victorian bungalow contains a collection of furniture and Oconee County memorabilia.
Oconee Heritage Center (Walhalla) Located in an old Tobacco barn, the oldest part of the barn dates back to 1982.
Pickens County Museum of Art and History- (Pickens) The old Pickens County Jail, is the home of permanent exhibits of information, artifacts and antiques that tell the story of Pickens County and the upstate.
Sassafras Mountain – at 3,554feet, this mountain allows a 360 degree view of 40-50 miles of three states.
South Carolina Botanical Garden & Hanover House- (Clemson) 295 acres of public garden featuring a unique collection of nature based sculptures, gardens and an arboretum.
Stumphouse Tunnel and Park-(Walhalla) a Tunnel project hoping to connect South Carolina to the Midwest: built in the 1950’s with more that 1300 feet of Tunnel.
Walhalla State Fish Hatchery-(Walhalla) built in the 1930’s this trout hatchery raises 150,000 pounds of trout for our mountain lakes and streams.
The Brooks Center-(Clemson) Clemson University’s home for the performing arts. The center presents more than 75 performances each year, including Broadway touring shows, international chamber music ensembles, Clemson student productions and family entertainment.
Oconee Community Theater- (Seneca) formed in 1971, a little community theater which presents theater productions and drama workshops. 864-882-1910
Clemson Little Theatre- (Pendleton) started in 1931 as a small reading group. When the group began performing plays they used facilities on the Clemson University campus and later leased the upstairs of the old school in Central. 864-646-8100
Electric City Playhouse- (Anderson) providing a variety of variety of quality theater experiences to a broad spectrum of the community. 864-224-4248
Foothills Playhouse- (Easley) a community theater offering quality entertainment since 1980.