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Newberry Opera House

1201 McKibben Street
Newberry, SC
History: The Newberry Opera House was completed in 1881 at a cost of $30,000. C.L. Norman, architect from Columbia, S.C., designed the French Gothi...
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Carter and Holmes Orchids

629 Mendenhall Road
Newberry, SC
About Us:Bill Carter and Owen Holmes began selling orchids as cut flowers in the years following World War II when corsage flowers were in great de...
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The Museum of Greenwood

The Museum of Greenwood
106 Main Street
Greenwood, SC
Our Mission : Saving, Sharing, and Celebrating Greenwood History Our History : The Greenwood Museum was established in 1967 by James West Durst alo...
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The Emerald Triangle - The Arts Center

The Emerald Triangle - The Arts Center
120 Main Street
Greenwood, SC
About the Emerald Triangle Identified in the 2004 Greenwood, South Carolina City Center Master Plan, The Emerald Triangle is a nine-acre triangula...
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South Carolina Festival of Discovery

120 Main Street
Greenwood, SC
The award winning South Carolina Festival of discovery is the premier event of the year sponsored by the Uptown Greenwood Development Corporation. ...
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Hot Spot Skate Park

Hot Spot Skate Park
339 Union Street
Spartanburg, SC
About Us:The Hot Spot Skate Park officially opened on June 3rd 2009. Phase I of this 21,000 square foot concrete park will be supervised and run by...
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The Mighty Moo Festival

The Mighty Moo Festival
107 Brown Street
Cowpens, SC
The festival is a four-day event that boasts street dances, a golf tournament, beauty pageant, a baseball game, an arts and crafts sale, and a para...
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Burt-Stark Mansion

400 N Main St,
Abbeville, SC
about us In the Burl-Mark Mansion the War Between the States finally came to an end. Here, on May z 1865, Confederate President Jefferson Davis, i...
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Shipwreck Cove

119 South Spencer Street
Duncan, SC
About Shipwreck Cove Shipwreck Cove is one of the area's most exciting attractions, right here in Duncan.  We are one of the region's most ex...
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Shipwreck Cove

Shipwreck Cove
119 South Spencer Street
Duncan, SC
Shipwreck Cove is a family oriented facility. Our rules will be strictly enforced to insure a safe and enjoyable experience for all guests. Our rul...
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Greenville Skate Park

Greenville Skate Park
17 International Court
Greenville, SC
With over 20,000 square feet, we're proud to have one of the best street courses in South Carolina, a 60' x 30' wide vert bowl, and a 40' wide mini...
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Frankie's Fun Park

Frankie's Fun Park
45 Park Woodruff Drive
Greenville, SC
Frankie's is Thousands of Square Feet of Entertainment.Sure, we could have named it, 'THE MOST AWESOMEST FUN PARK IN THE WORLD', but Uncle Frankie ...
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Harmon's Tree Farm

3152 Augusta Highway (US Highway 1)
Gilbert, SC
About Us:In 1914, Earl and Lottie Harmon bought acreage in South Carolina to raise cattle, grow grains and peaches.  After Earl’s death ...
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Lake Conestee Nature Park

Lake Conestee Nature Park
601 Fork Shoals Road
Greenville, SC
Lake Conestee Nature Park consists of approximately 400 acres of beautiful natural habitat on the Reedy River just 6 miles south of downtown Greenv...
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Ridge Peach Festival

Ridge Peach Festival
106 Church Street
Trenton, SC
About Us:Featuring 115 unique arts and crafts, antiques, homemade peach desserts and preserves, fresh local peaches, peach ice cream, and festival ...
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Clinton Sease Farm and Corn Maze

Clinton Sease Farm and Corn Maze
382 Olde Farm Road
Lexington, SC
History:Armand and Roselyn Sease bought 20 acres in 1942. They built their home, while working on Armand's father's farm. Five years later they mov...
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