Art & Antiques

Art and Antiques are alive in Pendleton!

Visit one of the many gift shops or antique stores in downtown Pendleton and you will find local pottery, quilts, paintings and much more. Or drop in the Pendleton District Commission Visitors Center, located across the road from the Guard House on the Square, to get more information on the local arts.


Pendleton offers unique shopping for antiques, apparel, appliances, art, baked goods, crafts, electronics, flowers, furniture, gifts, jewelry and MUCH MORE.

Services include Antique Restoration, Banking, Catering, Financial, Hair Care, Lodging and Tire Service.


We invite you to worship with us at one of our churches.

Bethel United Methodist
331 N Mechanic St

Covenant of Faith
434 Church St

Faith Fellowship
2230 Old Greenville Hwy

First Baptist Church of Pendleton
351 S Broad St

King Chapel AME
135 Vance St

Mt Sinai World Outreach
303 Winston St

New Holly Light Missionary Baptist
6300 Hwy 187

Pendleton Presbyterian
603 S Mechanic St

Pendleton United Methodist
Broad & Cherry St

Silver Springs Baptist
515 N Mechanic St

St Luke Fire Baptized Holiness
324 Clark St

St. Pauls Episcopal Church, 1822
328 E Queen St
Thrift Shop 864-646-8510

Food & Drink

Whether you are in a hurry and need to grab fast food quickly or you have time to wine and dine on our historic Village Green, we have something for you. You will find an abundance of choices for dining; from fast food to Mexican, all the way to elegant, formal, gourmet dining.

The Pendleton Farmer’s Market is a small community market comprised of local growers and crafters. The Market features fresh produce, herbs, arts and crafts from local farmers & crafters.

Annual Events

Spring Jubilee – 1st Full Weekend in April – A community festival held on the historic village green offers high quality arts and crafts, live entertainment, historic tours, bicycle rides and food. Local gift shops and antique stores welcome visitors to the town. Two fun-filled days of family oriented activities. The festival is always the first full weekend in April. For more information, contact the Pendleton District Commission at 864-646-3782 or 1-800-862-1795.

Farmers Market – June through September – the Pendleton Farmers Market is becoming a locals favorite for fresh produce. Operated on Saturdays from June through September, the market hosts an average of 15-20 vendors selling tomatoes to potatoes. Located on the historic village green. Come and enjoy the culture and history of Pendleton’s village green while shopping for your farm fresh produce and fruits!

Fall Harvest Festival – October – There are over 100 craft and food vendors, great entertainment, and old fashioned games for the children. It is a wonderful event for the entire family.

Scarecrows Coming To Town – When you come to Pendleton any time after October 13, you will be greeted by the very creative Scarecrows around town that are participating in the Annual Pendleton Scarecrow Contest. These are not your usual garden variety scarecrows. They are fun and very unique. Be sure to visit us while the Scarecrows are In Town!

Christmas Tree Lightning – Friday after Thanksgiving – Town Merchants, residents and visitors gather together on the village green for the annual lighting of the tree. Sponsored by the Pendleton Area Business Association and the Town of Pendleton. Call 646-9409 for more information.


Woodburn Historical Home
Woodburn is a graceful four-story clapboard plantation house built c. 1830 with a wrap-around-2-story piazza built as a summer home by Charles Cotseworth Pinckney (1789-1865). The house is an excellent example of an early 19th century SC Upcountry plantation house. While owned by members of the wealthy Adger family of Charleston, the house was expanded to 18 rooms, and the farmland was increased to over 1,000 acres. The historic site now consists of the house museum furnished with antebellum antiques and family artifacts, situated on 10 acres of the original plantation with a walking trail to the ruins of other farm outbuildings. Also on site are three outbuildings, a reproduction of the Adger Victorian Carriage house that contains the traveling coach of Thomas Green Clemson; a one-room c.1810 log house built by Robert Moorhead serving as the cookhouse; and a reproduction of a slave/tenant house interpreting the life of Jane Edna Hunter, the African-American activist who founded the Phyllis Wheatley Society, who was born in such a house at Woodburn in 1882. (information used directly from the Pendleton Historic Foundation’s website)

Ashtabula Historic Home
Ashtabula is a charming two-story clapboard plantation house built c. 1825 by Lewis Ladson Gibbes (1771-1828) and his wife, the former Maria Drayton and later owned by their son Lewis Reeves Gibbs, the famous SC naturalist. The house was expanded to 10 rooms by later owners and the farmland expanded to over 1,000 acres. The orginal 2-story brick building on the site dates to before 1790 and was the site of a traveler’s tavern prior to the building of the main house. This building was later attached to the main house with a breezway and was used as the plantation kitchen, and other rooms are interpreted as servant’s quarters and a school room. Ashtabula is a house museum situated on ten acres of open ground with its colonial period brick dependency and well house. The house was restored by the Pendleton Historic Foundation and furnished with antebellum antiques and family artifacts.