ANNOUNCEMENT: Festifall Lantern Tours (Friday, Oct. 3 6-9 p.m.) are full but there is no limit on attendance for Saturday and Sunday activities. We'll see you there!
Civil War to Civil Rights
Visit the Spartanburg Regional History Museum’s newest exhibit, “Civil War to Civil Rights: An Exploration of Freedom in Spartanburg!” Opening Sept. 11, the exhibit will highlight stories of the fight for African-American freedom and equality in Spartanburg. Step inside a model slave ship, witness efforts to desegregate schools, and be inspired by community leaders!
Festifall at Walnut Grove Plantation - October 3-5
Walnut Grove Plantation comes to life the first weekend in October as over 200 re-enactors, storytellers and artisans transform the 1765 homestead into a living colonial village. The event features music, dancing, toy making, cooking, weaving, woodworking, basketry, candle dipping, and much more! Re-enactments of loyalist partisan William Cunningham's deadly 1780 raid on the Plantation and 18th-century military demonstrations will take place both days and are not to be missed! Authors Sheila Ingle, Jack Parker, Kathy Cann and Mary Ann Solesbee will be on hand signing books for all ages, and Bubba's BBQ will offer tasty victuals for those with a discerning palate. Don't miss the biggest and best living history event in South Carolina!
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