Old English District South Carolina

Historic Brattonsville - In this 720-acre natural area you can discover the beauty and diversity of the Carolina Piedmont. Wander along eight miles of trails exploring forest, wetland, and prairie, each with its distinctive plants and wildlife. You'll receive insight into early American history at the site of the Battle of Huck's Defeat. You'll also find other historic landmarks dating back to the 1770s.

Settlemyre Planetarium - Shows in the Settlemyre Planetarium explore the heavens using state-of-the-art audio and visual equipment, slides and special effects. The stars under the dome in the planetarium provide a backdrop of beauty for educational and entertaining programs which change with the seasons.

Camden Archives and Museum - The Museum maintains an extensive, diverse collection of artifacts and local historical and genealogical records.

Carowinds Amusement Park - A 100-acre water and theme park that straddles the North Carolina-South Carolina state line. The park offers more than 50 state-of-the-art rides, shows and movie-themed experiences for all ages.

Glencairn Garden - Beautifully landscaped lawns and walkways have made it a popular attraction among residents and visitors to Rock Hill for many years. What started as the backyard garden of David & Hazel Bigger in 1928 is now an 11 acre paradise.

Fine Arts Center Of Kershaw County - Contemporary, classic, folk, sculptures and paintings. There's something for everyone's pallet! Exhibitions rotate every 4 to 8 weeks so don't miss your opportunity to see this months great show.

Lancaster & Chester Railroad Museum - The highlight of the museum is a scale model replica of the original 29-mile route of the L&C. The railroad enthusiasts have taken on the responsibility of making exact replicas of every building and facility on the route, plus shrubs, trees and bodies of water.

Museum of York County - The Museum features interdisciplinary programs and exhibitions based on art, anthropology, history, and natural history collections. Permanent exhibitions include the Stans African Halls, one of the nation's most comprehensive exhibitions of African animals in natural habitat dioramas, complemented by African cultural artifacts.

Boykin Mill Farms - Witness the ancient art of fine broom-making at The Broom Place, an authentic circa 1740 rustic settler's cabin. Visit the 200-year-old Boykin Mill, and view the beautiful vistas of historic Boykin Mill Pond from a covered footbridge beneath tall pines.

Carolina Adventure World - This 2,600-acre family park offers 100 miles of groomed trails that wind through deep woods, into steep valleys and along flowing streams. The motocross facility features a championship course, vintage course, Jr. motocross track, mini moto and a permanent "enduro" course. Soon to come will be campsites for tents and RVs as well as cabins.

Catawba Cultural Center - The home to a highly creative group of Native American potters. The center offers exhibits and a video about the Catawba Indian Nation. A craft store, which features the distinctive Catawba pottery, and nature trail are also available.

Comporium Telephone Museum - The newly renovated Comporium Telephone Museum provides a look at life in Rock Hill before we had telephones and forward to the advances in communications we enjoy today.

National Steeplechase Museum - The only museum in the United States that is dedicated to the horses, trainers, owners, riders and races that tell the story of American Steeplechasing. Visitors will enjoy a myriad of exhibits and tour the surrounding 600 acres which is home to the famed Carolina and Colonial Cup Races.

Arts Council of York County - The purpose of the Arts Council of York County is to foster the growth of arts in Rock Hill and surrounding communities by promoting arts awareness and providing arts management assistance. The Center for the Arts is housed in two restored 100-year-old buildings. The Dalton Gallery exhibitions change on a eight-week basis.

South Carolina Railroad Museum - Railroad memorabilia and equipment on display. Periodic tours and train rides are offered along a 3.5 mi. line through Fairfield County.