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The Upcountry History Museum was a nice museum to spend some time in the air conditioning and explore. I thought it'd be a little larger but its scope was limited. You do get some background on the history of South Carolina. I did really enjoy the exhibit on all of the political ads throughout the years.
My wife and I just recently went to the Upcountry History Museum specifically to see the "Backstage Pass Exhibit and were just completely impressed with the incredible presentation. The entire experience was so refreshing. We also took in some of the upstairs exhibits related to Political Posters which was also very interesting. However, we were running short on time so... 更多
Fascinating journey into the history of South Carolina Upcountry. Small museum, but enticing. Very informative. I was intrigued and enlightened by the Presidential Posters and the Strom Thurmond 1948 run for president. We will be back
This museum is now the Furman Upcountry History Museum. Very original first floor with replica buildings. Lots of historical information well presented. We enjoyed our visit and recommend this museum.
This was not our first visit to the Upcountry Museum and it won't be the last. They change exhibits all the time all you need to do is check with them to find out what's new. We were there for the "History After Dark", the "Jewish Pioneers in the South Carolina Upcountry" which was presented by Dr. Diane Vecchio from... 更多
A friend and I visited this museum on a rainy day and enjoyed a couple of hours there. The exhibit is well curated and gave us insight into the history of the Greenville area - how settled, the textile industry, the history in the 20th century. Also there was an exhibit of Rolling Stone magazine's first photographer, with some compelling... 更多
This museum is limited in scope and size but visitors can learn alot of history through the displays and film. Employees at the entry desk were most kind when we returned after our visit and asked to walk through again because we had misplaced a cell phone.
The history of the Upstate comes alive in this wonderful museum. There are benches where you can rest along the way. We are lucky to have this site...a treasure to real Carolinians.