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Pendleton Historic DistrictPO Box 565
Pendleton, SC 29670
(864) 646-3782; 1/800-862-1795
The district is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and includes 6,316 acres. The district features more than 40 points of historic interest, many of them private homes. Pendleton’s unique antique, art and gift shops, as well as restaurants, bed and breakfast inns and Southern hospitality make this historic district one of the most visited places in America.
Downtown Seneca, SC
Ram Cat Alley Historic District
The historic district is a charming section of Seneca and was selected for the National Register of Historic Places in 1999. It is located near the train depot in Norton-Thompson Park. It consists of over 20 buildings that are representative of the city’s commercial center at the turn of the 20th century. Cafes, clothing stores, gift shops, antiques shops and professional offices can be found in the historic district. The structures were created in the late Victorian, Colonial and Beaux Arts architectural styles.
Mountain Lakes Vacation Center
Curiosity Shoppes & Gem Mine
15298 Hwy. 11, Fair Play, SC 29643
A fun shop selling cider, jams and jellies made from locally grown fruit, candy and other food items. Featured are topography maps, area guide books, mautical gifts, t-shirts, souvenirs, collectable, jewelry, original Indian arts and pottery. We have free Frisbee golf, putting green, basketball, picnic ground, maps and area information.
149 E. Queen St., Pendleton, SC 29670
The Mercantile - A Gift, Bead and Rubber Stamp Emporium
Offering supplies and over 150 classes for the rubber stamp, bead and craft aficionado, including the area's best selection of glass supplies for hot glass bead making. Expert help is available and ideas gladly shared. For the collector/connoisseur, sterling silver/handcrafted jewelry, Folkmanis Puppets, Lang products, gourmet coffees, candies and more.
102 Exchange St., Pendleton, SC 29670
Mountain Made, Inc.
Located "on the square" in historic downtown Pendleton, the shop offers fine handcrafts with a mountain accent. Featuring pottery, stained glass, ornaments, local books, fabric items, jewelry and other one-of-a-kind items. M-F 10:30am-5:30pm; Sa 10am-5:30pm; Su 12:30-4pm
111 North Main St., Greenville, SC 29601
Mast General Store
The grandeur of the 1920s comes to life in this splendidly-restored mercantile in downtown Greenville. Discover comfortable clothing, travel gear, and traditional housewares for all seasons.
107-A Country Creek Dr., Pickens, SC 29671
Aunt Sue's Country Corner
www.auntsues.com - firstname.lastname@example.org
Step back in time when entering Aunt Sue's restaurant and enjoy the rustic and old fashioned surroundings in the shadow of Table Rock Mountain. The ice cream parlor and restaurant offers delicious soups, sandwiches, ice cream, home-made fudge and cobblers. Aunt Sue's is home to seven locally owned specialty shops that are brimming with goodies. It's located on Cherokee Foothills National Scenic Highway (S.C. HWY 11), two miles east of Table Rock State Park. Aunt Sue's celebrates the season with a grand Christmas light display Nov. 26- Christmas. Shops open Tu-Th 11am-6pm; F-Su 11am-7pm. Open year-round.