Rock Hill, SC

3 recommended museums in Rock Hill

Jerome Quentzel

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ROCK HILL, SC – Exploring the city’s historical heritage is something you can do when you visit someplace new. With lots of historical heritage in the city, here are some recommended museums that you can consider when visiting Rock Hill.

  1. Museum of York County

The museum was built near Rock Hill Airport and highlights the natural history of Carolina Piedmont and its relationship with everything around the world. It contains more than 2,000 natural history specimens that provide opportunities for independent research and educational programs. Here, you can also see the Settlemyre Planetarium, the Vernon Grant Exhibition Gallery, and buy souvenirs from the local nature-themed goods shops.

2. White Home
White Home is another historical museum you can visit and it is located in Reid Street-North Confederate Avenue Area Historic District. The museum displays historical relics that you can see on both guided and self-guided tours, and White Home also offers a gift shop that promotes the works of local artists. Moreover, this building can also be rented for various private events such as weddings and other private events.

3. Center for the Arts
Center for the Arts is located at Main Street, Downtown, Rock Hill. There are offices of the Arts Council of York County, the Dalton, Perimeter, Edmund Lewandowski Classroom Galleries, and a private artist studio. Each year, there are 7-9 exhibitions held by local, national, and international artists at Dalton Gallery. It also offers space for events such as receptions, workspace, and small performances. If you want to visit the gallery, it is open from Monday to Thursday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. but you'll have to make an appointment.

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