Hiking, waterfall hunting, paddling, boating & more....there's plenty to do in Oconee County! After your outdoor adventures, be sure to stop by downtown Seneca and Ram Cat Alley for the best shopping and dining in the area!
Paint-Play Studio 113 E N 1st St Seneca, SC 864-247-9641
Come make friends, make art, and have fun at Paint-Play Studio! We're your local paint place getaway! No art experience required; painting is for everyone! All materials you will need to paint are provided and no clean-up allowed at the end of the night! You'll leave the studio having created your very own masterpiece! Just bring yourself, your friends and your favorite beverage and snacks! Let's paint-play soon!
Check out Paint-Play Studio's website here!
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Oconee Heritage Center 123 Brown's Square Drive; Walhalla 864-638-2224
Visitors explore the history of Native Americans, Immigration, Railroads, New Deal Programs, Textile Mills, Agriculture and much more as it relates to Oconee County. The exhibit hall offers a self-guided tour of Oconee’s history. Popular exhibits include the dugout canoes being preserved within the museum, a walk-in Stump House Tunnel exhibit and a Depression Era Tenant Farmer’s House. The Louise Russell Alexander Children’s Corner is a special part of the museum where children can explore our culture and heritage in a fun environment.
For more information about the Oconee Heritage Center, please check out their website!
OHC - General Store Museum 126 E. Main Street; Westminster 864-638-2224
Seneca Library 300 E. S. 2nd St; Seneca 864-882-4855
Blue Ridge Arts Center 111 E South 2nd Street; Seneca
After a yearlong hiatus, The Blue Ridge Arts Center, a non-profit all volunteer organization, has recently made its come back by presenting the Friends of BRAC-United in the Arts Exhibit to run Sept 12-Oct 31. Quilts on loan from the Lunney House Museum are on display as a special exhibit. Gallery Hours are Tuesday, Friday and Saturday for 1-5pm. Our reception and preview has already attracted over 200 people so come by and take a look at the fantastic talent in our area!A complete gallery of works and the 5 merit award winners can be viewed on our website which also includes contact and historical information; workshops and classes; portfolio/photography services; upcoming events and shows for BRAC and other regional arts agencies. Downloadable applications for shows and membership are available as well. Many community projects are also in the works. Most of the art work in our gallery is for sale. Help support the Arts, the City of Seneca and Oconee County business by shopping locally- including the Blue Ridge Arts Center! Visit our website!