Arts & Culture

Regional History Museum

Located in the Chapman Cultural Center, the Spartanburg Regional History Museum has been in operation since 1961. Permanent exhibits at the Museum offer a walk through time from the early days of Spanish explorers like Juan Pardo to the late 20th century.  While you’re looking at the artifacts on this main exhibit table, don’t miss out More…

Chapman Cultural Center

The Chapman Cultural Center, owned and operated by The Arts Partnership of Greater Spartanburg, is the community’s preeminent common ground where the people of Spartanburg County and its visitors come together to discover, experience, and celebrate the performing and visual arts, science and history. The 86,000-square foot, three-building facility held its grand opening on October More…

Spartanburg Art Museum

The Spartanburg Art Museum is part of the Chapman Cultural Center and located in Downtown Spartanburg SC.  The Museum features Exhibition Galleries, Art School Classrooms, and the Colors After School Studio.

Greenville County Museum of Art

Admission is always absolutely free! The Greenville County Museum of Art offers its visitors a way to sample the very best in American art through traveling exhibitions and exhibitions drawn from its own collection. The Museum’s respected Southern Collection is a survey of American art from colonial times to the present, with an emphasis on examples with relationships More…

Museum & Gallery at Heritage Green

As an innovative, educational satellite facility of the Museum & Gallery at Bob Jones University, M&G at Heritage Green provides each visitor an opportunity to learn about and experience fine art. M&G at Heritage Green rotates special exhibits of works selected from M&G’s world-renowned painting collection along with loans from private and public collection. Plus, More…

Museum & Gallery at Bob Jones University

Located on the campus of Bob Jones University, M&G has been open and accessible to the public since 1951. While the collection’s primary focus is European Old Master paintings, it also displays nearly 200 pieces of Gothic to nineteenth century furniture, approximately 100 works of sculpture, some 60 textiles, over 1,000 ancient artifacts, and approximately More…

Walnut Grove Plantation

Open for Tours – First Saturday at Walnut Grove Plantation Come to Walnut Grove Plantation for the next in a new series of programs on the first Saturday of each month from April through November. With the help of reenactors and experts, visitors can explore in-depth a particular aspect of Upstate South Carolina history. The More…