SEEK in Rock Hill / York County, SC

Enjoy York County’s culture off the beaten path. Each town has its own unique charming historic character. The amenities range from a town-center clock to relief murals to brick sidewalks to historic street markers to a fully-operational old-timey movie theater. Visitors step back into the 18th and 19th centuries while visiting Historic Brattonsville.


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Confederate Park – Fort Mill

Confederate Park is a 1 acre park located in the Historic Downtown Fort Mill area on Main Street. Benches, historic statues, and a cannon which is fired every Fourth of July along with the Historic Bandstand makes this park a jewel in the heart of...

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Confederate Park – Fort Mill

Friendship Nine Lunch Counter at Five and Dime

Experience a piece of the Civil Rights Movement by having lunch at the Old Town Bistro. Sit at this historic lunch counter where the Friendship Nine gained national media attention. The Friendship Nine was a group of African American men who went to...

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Friendship Nine Lunch Counter at Five and Dime

Catawba Cultural Center

“Tanake”(tah-NAH-ke) means hello in the language of the Catawba Indians. You’re invited to share the Native American way firsthand with Ye Iswa (EES-wah)… “The People of the River.”
Housed in the only remaining Reservation...

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Catawba Cultural Center

Fort Mill History Museum

The Fort Mill History Museum is formed to provide a place where local history is collected and research is performed so people can visit and actively participate in the preservation and enjoyment of the past.

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Fort Mill History Museum

The White Home

The White Home, circa 1840, represents a unique cultural and historic resource for the citizens of York County, SC. Evolving from a small one room house in the early 19th century, the home was added to and remodeled over some forty years. Five...

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The White Home

Comporium Telephone Museum

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Comporium Telephone Museum

The Rock Hill Fire Department Museum

The Rock Hill Fire Department Museum was completely designed and built by our firefighters with fund raising events, donations, and grants in an effort to provide a free learning destination for family members and citizens of all ages. We have...

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Museum of Western York County

Established June 2003, the Museum of Western York County located in the rural setting of the Town of Sharon provides a link to the history of the region. In 5,000 square feet of exhibition space, the Museum has preserved documents and objects...

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Museum of Western York County

Main Street Children’s Museum

Main Street Children's Museum offers fun, educational activities created for ages 0-6. Make believe in the pumpkin house, climb to the tip-top of the tree house, and sail on the magic ship. Enjoy memory-making family experiences and engage your...

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Main Street Children’s Museum

Museum of York County

The museum’s newest permanent gallery, a Naturalist Center, opened in August 2010. Modeled after the Smithsonian Institution Naturalist Center at the National Museum of Natural History, the local Naturalist Center offers similar access to diverse...

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Museum of York County

Historic Brattonsville

Before supermarkets, microwaves and iPods, how did Carolinians live? Learn how people farmed the land, cooked their food and entertained themselves in the 1800s at Historic Brattonsville, a 775-acre Revolutionary War living history site.

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Historic Brattonsville

Woodside Cemetery

Woodside Cemetery was established in 1880 by the Clover Presbyterian Church. In 1906, the property was deeded to the Town of Clover as a town cemetery. This cemetery is home to the Clover Veterans Memorial which was dedicated in November 2005...

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The McCelvey Center

This grand historical building is home to the Historical Center of York County and the Southern Revolutionary War Institute. The Historical Center provides opportunities for genealogical and historical research through extensive collections of...

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The McCelvey Center

Clover Community Cemetery

Clover Community Cemetery was established circa 1880 by Clover Methodist Chapel. The records are unclear about when it was conveyed to the Town. Clover Community Cemetery is 3.2 acres of land and is located at the end of Armstrong Street.

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Historical Center of York County

The Historical Center of York County serves as the county's archival repository and provides opportunities for genealogical and historical research. The Historical Center is also home to the Southern Revolutionary War Institute. Open 10am-4pm...

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Historical Center of York County

Kings Mountain State Park

Kings Mountain State Park is a 6,883 acre retreat on the fast-growing Interstate 85 corridor. The park has two lakes and several streams for fishing and almost 35 miles of hiking and equestrian trails. The park has a 19th century living history farm...

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Kings Mountain State Park

Kings Mountain National Military Park

In a special visit to York County on October 7, 1930, U.S. President Herbert Hoover declared the battlefield at Kings Mountain to be “a place of inspiring memories.” It is the place that changed the course of history for South Carolina and the...

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Kings Mountain National Military Park

Bike York County

York County is proud to partner with the City of Rock Hill’s Parks, Recreation & Tourism Department to support and encourage the local and visiting cycling community.

 
What do you want to do?
  • Find Art & Entertainment
  • Go Shopping
  • Wine and Dine
  • Enjoy Nature
  • Explore History & Culture
Where in York County?
  • Rock Hill
  • Fort Mill
  • York
  • Clover
  • Tega Cay

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