- The list below includes 7 free or cheap things to do in or near Abbeville, South Carolina, including 46 different types of inexpensive activities like History Museums, Parks, Movie Theaters and Art Gallery.
- From Burt Stark Museum to Greenwood Flea Market & Jockey Lot Putt Away, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Abbeville and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Greenwood.
The mansion that is the Burt Stark Museum allows visitors to experience another era. The historic home is complete with architecture, style, and furniture from the old south - visitors can still sense the emotion of the war between states in this home.
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111 Dixie Drive, Greenwood, SC 29646 MoreLess Info
The Greenwood Flea Market & Jockey Lot Putt Away is a market that has over 100 different vendors every weekend who sell items including fresh produce, groceries, and arts and crafts. The facility has restrooms and a restaurant.
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106 Main Street, Greenwood, SC 29646 MoreLess Info
The Museum and Railroad Historical Center is dedicated to providing information that is interesting about South Carolina's history. Exhibits include the south in the American Revolution, gems and minerals gallery, and a discovery lab.
R E I's Greenwood Ten is a ten-theater movie multiplex that shows first-run Hollywood movies, as well as occasional special presentations. The theater features a variety of refreshment options from the concession stand.
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1024 Cambridge Avenue, Greenwood, SC 29649 MoreLess Info
Lander University's Disc Golf Course is a large open space appointed for disc golf games. Located on the campus of Lander University, it hosts a variety of casual and intramural disc golf contests.
Open weekend the Auto Theater Highway 25 Drive-In shows a variety of movies in a classic drive-in setting. In addition to the movies, the theater serves a variety of concessions, including burgers and hot dogs.
Celebrating history and preservation, Anderson County Museum has one the Award of Achievement for the quality of preservation they demand. Exhibits include a hot air balloon, agriculture, Buena Vista, and much more.
Palmetto Moonshine was given a state permit to begin distilling the once illegal liquor in 2011, becoming the first micro-distillery of its kind. Take a tour and enjoy a tasting in their distillery where they are using their centuries old recipes to make 'shine'.
A multi-use recreational and performing arts complex, the Anderson Civic Center contains marked fields for teams sports as well as general-use playgrounds. In addition, the facility has an auditorium and amphitheater for plays and music performances.