Arts & Crafts

Handmade treasures and stunning displays are at your fingertips in Pickens County's arts and crafts community. Shop for a souvenir or just enjoy the wonder.

Antiques & Uniques Antiques & Uniques Such a variety of antiques. Come in and talk awhile. Fun photography. Phone:  (864) 380-4516City:  Pickens →  Visit Map
Azalea Festival Azalea Festival Problem on Azalea Website. Please use email address [email protected] to request information. Held yearly in April on Main Street in downtown Pickens, the Azalea Festival began in 1983. City:  Pickens→  Visit Website →  Visit Map
Birchwood Center for Arts and Folklife Birchwood Center for Arts and Folklife The Birchwood mission is to preserve and promote the arts, folklife and history of the Blue Ridge region. This is done with sponsoring several local events each year. Phone:  (864) 878-7579City:  Pickens→  Visit Website →  Visit Map
Brooks Center for the Performing Arts Brooks Center for the Performing Arts The dedication of the Robert Howell Brooks Center for the Performing Arts, a 90,000 square feet facility, occurred on April 15, 1994. It launched a new and exciting phase in Clemson University's dedication to the performing arts. Phone:  (864) 656-7787City:  Clemson→  Visit Website →  Visit Map
Central Railroad Festival Central Railroad Festival 2015 date will be April 25th - Mark your Calendars! The Central Railroad Festival celebrates the rich heritage of Central, SC, so named because the town is situated at the “central” point of the railroad line between Atlanta, GA and Charlotte, NC. City:  Central→  Visit Website →  Visit Map
Clemson Area African American Museum Clemson Area African American Museum Located in the Bridge Center building,the CAAAM collects and showcases the historical achievements of local African Amercians by serving as a resource center to engage the community in intellectual discourse about the past. Phone:  (864) 654-2944City:  Clemson→  Visit Website →  Visit Map
Clemson Little Theatre Clemson Little Theatre Each year The Clemson Little Theatre produces as many as seven live stage plays, an assortment of comedies, musicals, old classics, and cutting-edge dramas. Phone:  (864) 646-8100City:  Pendleton→  Visit Website →  Visit Map
Dacusville Farm Show Dacusville Farm Show Held yearly on Labor Day weekend in September, this event has antique farm & tractors, hayrides, kid zone, antique demostrations, food, arts & crafts, classic cars, and steam engines. All day fun for everyone! Phone:  (864) 423-3239City:  Easley →  Visit Map
Easley Farmers Market Easley Farmers Market The Easley Farmers Market open each Saturday 8am-12 noon and Tuesday 5pm-8pm. It features baked goods, crafts, live music and several events. Phone:  (864) 855-7900City:  Easley→  Visit Website →  Visit Map
Easley Foothills Playhouse Easley Foothills Playhouse Easley Foothills Playhouse, a non-profit organization, was established in 1981 by a group of dedicated individuals. Our mission is to provide quality, live theatre for the entertainment, education, and edification of our city, state, and region. Phone:  (864) 855-1817City:  Easley→  Visit Website →  Visit Map
Fort Hill Plantation Fort Hill Plantation Open to the public for tours, this antebellum plantation house, office, kitchen and exceptional art gallery was home to John C. Calhoun. Phone:  (864) 656-2475City:  Clemson→  Visit Website →  Visit Map
Founders Day Music Festival Founders Day Music Festival There will be "Pickin' in Pickens". Don't miss this free, fun, family event. Phone:  (864) 878-0105City:  Pickens→  Visit Website →  Visit Map
Fran Hanson Discovery Center and Botanical Gardens Fran Hanson Discovery Center and Botanical Gardens The Fran Hanson Discovery Center was built in 1998 as "The Wren House," the first Southern Living© Idea House. Pick up a garden map, a cold drink or a garden souvenir at the Garden Gift Shop located inside the Discovery Center. Phone:  (864) 656-2458City:  Clemson→  Visit Website →  Visit Map
Glazed Glazed Paint your own pottery. Phone:  (864) 643-4242City:  Clemson →  Visit Map
Hagood Creek Petroglyph Site of SC Hagood Creek Petroglyph Site of SC The Hagood Creek Petroglyph Site of SC is open Wednesday, Friday, and Saturday from 10am – 4 pm. Phone:  (864) 898-2936City:  Pickens→  Visit Website →  Visit Map
Hagood Mill Hagood Mill YES WE ARE OPEN FOR NATIVE AMERICAN EVENT!!! Haood Mill Site is open Wed-Sat, 10am-4pm - Please nMILL WILL BE OPEN FOR NATIVE AMERICANote the Hagood Creek Petroglyph Site is open Wed, Fri, Sat 10am-4pm. Phone:  (864) 898-2936City:  Pickens →  Visit Map
Hagood Mill Music in the Mountains Series Hagood Mill Music in the Mountains Series This special Music in the Mountains Series occurs on the third Saturday of each month all year long at the Hagood Mill. Phone:  (864) 898-2936City:  Pickens→  Visit Website →  Visit Map
Hagood-Mauldin House/Irma Morris Museum of Fine Arts Hagood-Mauldin House/Irma Morris Museum of Fine Arts Owned and operated by the Pickens County Historical Society, this classical Greek revival home was built circa 1856. Open from 10 a.m.-4 p.m. on every third Saturday of the month beginning mid April and continuing through October. House is closed November through May each winter. Phone:  (864) 608-2834City:  Pickens→  Visit Website →  Visit Map
Hanover House Hanover House This is a French Huguenot house built in 1714-1716. Located in the SC Botanical Gardens on the Clemson campus, it is now furnished with items from the 1700’s. Phone:  (864) 656-3341City:  Clemson→  Visit Website →  Visit Map
Issaqueena Festival Issaqueena Festival The Issaqueena Festival is held the third Saturday in May each year in downtown Six Mile, SC. Food, arts, and crafts vendors line Main Street, with free entertainment for both adults and children. City:  Six Mile→  Visit Website →  Visit Map
Nestfeathers Nestfeathers Gallery & handcrafted treasures for you and your home. Feather your nest with beautiful and unique handcrafted items for your home and garden, most made by local artisans. Original Oil and Watercolor paintings, Fine Art Prints, Pottery, Wooden Bowles, Spoons, Vases, Pens and Clocks. Handmade Jewelry, Painted Glass and Stone, Photography, Decorative Metalwork, Embroidery, Handmade Hiking Staffs and Brooms, Pine Straw Baskets, Handmade Children's Items, and Many Other Items... Phone:  (864) 878-4460City:  Pickens→  Visit Website →  Visit Map
Oolenoy Community House Oolenoy Community House Bluegrass jam session at the Oolenoy building is the 1st and 3rd Fri. Each month 7-10 pm with the exception of Oct 7. Which is the Fri before the pumpkin festival. City:  Pickens →  Visit Map
Pickens Community Center Pickens Community Center Home of the Granger Fiber Center this is a very active community center. Phone:  (864) 419-1794City:  Pickens→  Visit Website →  Visit Map
Pickens County Museum of Art & History Pickens County Museum of Art & History Visitors will see a bit of construction repairs at the museum but we are still open to the public. Housed in a 1903 jail and expanded in 2006 this museum houses artifacts representing the heritage of Pickens County, from prehistory to current events and has three art galleries. Phone:  (864) 898-5963City:  Pickens →  Visit Map
Pickens Turtles on the Town Walk Pickens Turtles on the Town Walk Stroll through downtown Pickens, SC to locate each of the 12 turtles as you enjoy historic sites.Award-winning artist Zan Wells, who designed the “Mice on Main” for Greenville, SC, designed these beautiful bronze turtles for this “Turtles on the Town” project Phone:  (864) 898-5963City:  Pickens →  Visit Map
Pumpkin Festival Pumpkin Festival The 2nd Saturday each October, the pumpkins are in the patch, and it is time to celebrate. Phone:  (864) 898-0261City:  Pickens→  Visit Website →  Visit Map
Pumpkintown Mountain Opry Pumpkintown Mountain Opry This dinner theater offers dinner and a show every Saturday night at 7pm. It is Southern Mountain Theater at its best! Phone:  (864) 836-8141City:  Pickens→  Visit Website →  Visit Map
Rensing Center Rensing Center On thirty-four acres in the beautiful southern Appalachian foothills of Pickens, SC, the Rensing Center is more than just the land, the people, the gardens and the buildings. Our non-profit organization models a way of life less addicted to cheap energy, and more blessed by what actually fulfills. Phone:  (864) 380-1267City:  Pickens→  Visit Website →  Visit Map
Rudolph E. Lee Gallery Rudolph E. Lee Gallery The Lee Gallery provides Clemson University and surrounding community with access to regional, national and international artists through a variety of exhibitions and special events. Phone:  (864) 656-3883City:  Clemson→  Visit Website →  Visit Map
Six Mile Farmers Depot Farmers Market Six Mile Farmers Depot Farmers Market The Farmers Market will be held in the former fire station. The market will be held from 4pm- 7pm on Thursdays. Phone:  (864) 868-2653City:  Six Mile →  Visit Map
South Carolina Botanical Garden South Carolina Botanical Garden Hiking, walking/jogging and nature trails are in the garden totaling 3.4 miles; on 295 acres. Woodland Wildflower Garden/Belser Nature Trail features many species of native woodland wildflowers, bog plants and ferns growing in a natural setting. Phone:  (864) 656-3405City:  Clemson→  Visit Website →  Visit Map
The ARTS Center of Clemson The ARTS Center of Clemson Our goal is to provide exceptional arts education and make fine art exciting and accessible to our community. The Arts Center has four studio classrooms, coffee bar, gallery and a multipurpose room Phone:  (864) 633-5051City:  Clemson→  Visit Website →  Visit Map
Tri-County Technical College Tri-County Technical College Tri-County Technical College, a public two-year community and technical college, enrolls more than 9,000 students annually and offers programs in more than 70 major fields of study. With its newest campus located in Easley, S.C., the College serves as an innovative and collaborative community partner in the economic and lifelong development of the citizens of Pickens County and the surrounding area. Phone:  (864) 220-8888City:  Easley→  Visit Website →  Visit Map
Upstate Heritage Quilt Trail Upstate Heritage Quilt Trail Oconee, Anderson and Pickens County are busy installing quilt blocks in their areas. The 100th block was unveiled in September 2012. For map of trail go to http://www.uhqt.org. Phone:  (864) 723-6603City:  Pickens→  Visit Website →  Visit Map
Upstate Pickers Upstate Pickers Upstate Pickers, established in 2011, helps customers create spaces for their personalities. Phone:  (864) 442-6995City:  Easley →  Visit Map