Fountain Park, located at 300 E. Main Street, features a 90 ft x 70 ft fountain, green space and a stage area.
Centrally located in historic Old Town, the Arts Council of York County connects people through art, culture, dance, drama, film and music.
An amusement park on the Carolina state line, featuring coasters, rides, Boomerang Bay waterpark and live entertainment.
The Catawba Indian Nation is the only federally recognized tribe in the state of South Carolina.
Learn about the history of communication as well as a little history of Rock Hill, SC.
The Culture & Heritage Museums is a family of museums in York County, SC, which includes Historic Brattonsville, the Museum of York County and the Main Street Children’s Museum in Old Town Rock Hill.
Built in 1839 in the historic East Town District, the White Home, located at 258 East White Street, was one of the first homes constructed in Rock Hill, South Carolina.
Rock Hill has a rich history which is commemorated with several historical markers, honoring significant topics such as the Anderson Motor Company, Historic White Home, Clinton Junior College, Friendship Nine and others.
NarroWay features live, large-scale theater productions.
Tourism opportunities from Charlotte, NC to Columbia, SC, and everywhere in between.