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Walnut Grove Plantation

Walnut Grove Plantation

The Upcountry

The Upcountry

Charles & Mary Moore established Walnut Grove on a 550-acre land grant about 1765. These Scots-Irish immigrants raised ten children in the house they built and lived in for 40 years. Mr. Moore relied on a dozen enslaved African Americans and his own large family to work his sizable farm. During the American Revolution, the Moore family, including eldest daughter Margaret Catherine Moore Barry, actively supported the Patriot cause. Walnut Grove Plantation tells the stories of the free and enslaved people who settled South Carolina and the rest of Britain's American colonies, fought for independence, and built a new nation. Walnut Grove offers hourly guided tours of the site's 250-year-old manor house and reproduction kitchen cabin and school house. Regular programs examine Colonial & Revolutionary Era history and often feature reenactors portraying people of the time.
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Roebuck
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1200 Otts Shoals RD,
Roebuck, SC 29376
(864) 576-6546
Info & Amenities
Location
Take I-26 to Exit 28 (Hwy 221) southeast of Spartanburg. Take Hwy 221N toward Spartanburg. Turn at the 1st light onto Stillhouse Rd, then right onto Otts Shoals Rd, then right into parking area. Signs are at each turn.
Admission
$10 for ages 12+; $8 for ages 2-11; FREE for children under 2 years old; Military and AAA discounts available.
Checks Accepted
Yes
Days and Hours of Operation
April through October, 11am-5pm Tuesday-Saturday & 2pm-5pm Sunday; November through March, 11am-5pm Saturdays, 2pm-5pm Sundays.
Days and Holidays Closed
Mondays & Major Holidays
Visa/Master Card
Yes
Motorcoach Parking
Yes
American Express Card
Yes
Discover Card
Yes
Revolutionary War
Yes
Discounts
Groups of 10 or more who scheduled in advance