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Museums

From railroads to rocks, from famous folks to fun-filled adventures, from amazing art to gracious gardens, our museums will bring you closer to the history, culture and future of Pickens County.

Ashtabula Historic House Ashtabula Historic House Charming Ashtabula plantation house was build c. 1825. It is now a house museum. Starting April 9, 2015 Ashtabula will be open Thursday thru Sunday from 1pm-4pm. Mark your Calendar and plan to Visit! Phone:  (864) 646-7249City:  Central→  Visit Website →  Visit Map
Bob Campbell Geology Museum Bob Campbell Geology Museum The museum contains a mineral collection of over 5000 specimens, spectacular fossils from all over the world, polished sections of several famous meteorites, and the most complete display of fluorescent minerals in the Southeast. Several displays allow “hands on” interaction. Phone:  (864) 656-4600City:  Clemson→  Visit Website →  Visit Map
Central History Museum & Heritage Gardens Central History Museum & Heritage Gardens This late 1893 house, on the National Register of Historic Places, now houses a collection of historic memorabilia. The well-kept grounds are highlighted by a formal rose garden. Phone:  (864) 639-2794City:  Central→  Visit Website →  Visit Map
Clemson Area African American Museum Clemson Area African American Museum Located in the Bridge Center building,the CAAAM collects and showcases the historical achievements of local African Amercians by serving as a resource center to engage the community in intellectual discourse about the past. Phone:  (864) 654-2944City:  Clemson→  Visit Website →  Visit Map
Congressional Medal of Honor Recipients from Pickens County, SC Congressional Medal of Honor Recipients from Pickens County, SC Pickens County Congressional Medal of Honor Dedication Videos Furman L. Smith William A. McWhorter Charles H. Barker James D. Howe City:  Liberty →  Visit Map
Fort Hill Plantation Fort Hill Plantation Open to the public for tours, this antebellum plantation house, office, kitchen and exceptional art gallery was home to John C. Calhoun. Phone:  (864) 656-2475City:  Clemson→  Visit Website →  Visit Map
Hagood Creek Petroglyph Site of SC Hagood Creek Petroglyph Site of SC The Hagood Creek Petroglyph Site of SC is open Wednesday, Friday, and Saturday from 10am – 4 pm. Phone:  (864) 898-2936City:  Pickens→  Visit Website →  Visit Map
Hagood Mill Hagood Mill YES WE ARE OPEN FOR NATIVE AMERICAN EVENT!!! Haood Mill Site is open Wed-Sat, 10am-4pm - Please nMILL WILL BE OPEN FOR NATIVE AMERICANote the Hagood Creek Petroglyph Site is open Wed, Fri, Sat 10am-4pm. Phone:  (864) 898-2936City:  Pickens →  Visit Map
Hagood-Mauldin House/Irma Morris Museum of Fine Arts Hagood-Mauldin House/Irma Morris Museum of Fine Arts Owned and operated by the Pickens County Historical Society, this classical Greek revival home was built circa 1856. Open from 10 a.m.-4 p.m. on every third Saturday of the month beginning mid April and continuing through October. House is closed November through May each winter. Phone:  (864) 608-2834City:  Pickens→  Visit Website →  Visit Map
Hanover House Hanover House This is a French Huguenot house built in 1714-1716. Located in the SC Botanical Gardens on the Clemson campus, it is now furnished with items from the 1700’s. Phone:  (864) 656-3341City:  Clemson→  Visit Website →  Visit Map
Pickens County Museum of Art & History Pickens County Museum of Art & History Visitors will see a bit of construction repairs at the museum but we are still open to the public. Housed in a 1903 jail and expanded in 2006 this museum houses artifacts representing the heritage of Pickens County, from prehistory to current events and has three art galleries. Phone:  (864) 898-5963City:  Pickens →  Visit Map
Rudolph E. Lee Gallery Rudolph E. Lee Gallery The Lee Gallery provides Clemson University and surrounding community with access to regional, national and international artists through a variety of exhibitions and special events. Phone:  (864) 656-3883City:  Clemson→  Visit Website →  Visit Map
Woodburn Historic House Woodburn Historic House Built as a summer home by Charles Cotseworth Pinckney (1789-1865), Woodburn is a graceful, four-story, Starting April 9, 2015 Woodburn will be open Thursday and Friday from 10am-1pm and Sunday from 2pm-5pm. Phone:  (864) 646-7249City:  Pendleton→  Visit Website →  Visit Map