Spartanburg Co.’s 
Historical Plantations

May 23, 2014 7:00 am Published by Comments Off on Spartanburg Co.’s 
Historical Plantations

Photo courtesy of Spartanburg County Historical Association

Take a step back in time as you tour the historical plantations of Spartanburg County, SC.

Three plantations are within the city’s limits — Walnut Grove Plantation, Price House, and Seay House.

Built in 1765, Walnut Grove Plantation is the oldest of the three properties, with Price House built in 1795 and Seay House built sometime around 1850. Each plantation offers a rich history with guided tours and the freedom to explore the grounds. When you step onto these historical sites, you can’t help but imagine what it must have been like to live during this tumultuous, revolutionary time.

For more information on tours, directions, hours of operation, and the history behind it all, visit spartanburghistory.org or call 864.596.3501.

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