2020 Event CANCELLED. This annual event, hosted by the Greater Inman Area Chamber of Commerce and the City of Inman, is one-day arts and crafts street fair that draws about 20,000 each year. Artists, craftspeople, special store-wide and sidewalk sales, food vendors, children’s activities, and entertainment throughout the day offer something for everyone. This is a family-friendly and fun way to enjoy the day. Learn More >
Music on Mill
Mill Street Stage
Music on Mill is a weekly music series organized and sponsored by the City of Inman that takes place on Mill Street in Historic Downtown Inman. Each week (May thru June) local citizens and visitors head down to Mill Street in Downtown Inman to enjoy live music. 2020 Schedule: Upcoming
This is a smoke-free event.
The Inman Theatre
41 Mill Street
Inman SC 29349
The Inman Theatre is a performance venue providing live theatre for Inman and the surrounding communities.
Inman Children’s Theatre (ICT) Day Camp allows children to participate in professional-quality musical performances, produced and directed by The Baillie Players. More Info >
The Christmas House was started in the early 1970’s by James and Doris Blackwell. The Blackwell’s had a desire to share the spirit of Christmas with everyone. The torch has been passed onto Sandra Montgomery, daughter of the Blackwell’s and her husband Bill. (Get Directions)
“Beautiful light display that is growing every year. This is put on by a local family and is a tradition now for families in the upstate. Come and experience as The Christmas House spreads the message of the Nativity and the true meaning of Christmas.”
U Pick Farm & Market selling jams, honey, fresh baked breads along with plenty of snacks for the kids like popcorn, nachos and peanuts. But apples are the real star here. Try the apple cider donuts or sliced apples with caramel and wash it down with cider. There is a large covered picnic area and an observation area that looks over a large playground. There is also a gem mine, pedal cars along with seasonal events like hayrides, a corn maze, and tractor rides making this a place where you could spend the day. You’ll like taking pictures of the kids out picking fruit, but you will probably enjoy the apple cider donuts even more. Open Year Round.
Farm Market with fresh seasonal fruits and vegetables throughout the Summer including Homegrown Strawberries and Peaches.
14445 Asheville Highway
Inman SC 29349
There is something for everyone at Gramling Farms so please come by for a visit. You can rock on the porch, share the mountain view and sample your way through the market.
Strawberry Hill USA
3092 SC Hwy 11
Chesnee SC 29323
This is a multi generational farm, going back to the early 1900’s. In 1989, the Cooley family decided to develop their our own niche market by selling peaches directly to the consumer. In 1995 they planted 6 acres of strawberries. Today this is the largest strawberry farm in the state with 115 acres, but it’s peaches that are still the primary crop with close to 1,000 acres in production and nearly 30 different varieties. In The Shed, the old-timey peach shed used for their market, you’ll also find summer squash, cucumbers, cantaloupes, pumpkins, and more.
The Shed, 3097 SC Hwy ll, Chesnee, SC 28323 864-461-7225, open mid-April thru November 1, 8am-7pm. Across the street from The Shed is the Cafe & Ice Cream Parlor, 864-461-4000, Open Year Round; Call Ahead to Make a Reservation
This 7,107 yard golf course with championship tees has many outstanding natural characteristics. With the Blue Ridge Mountains framing the course, Jacob’s Creek winds through the heart of the second, third and fourth holes. The reservoir lies in wait on the eight and fifteenth holes adding beauty and challenge. Members may reserve tee times 14 days in advance, and non-members 7 days in advance. Tournaments of 24 players or more can be booked directly with the General Manager. Pro Shop Hours 7:30 am – 7:00 pm
Three par golf course and driving range with holes ranging from 90 to 150 yards.
River Bend is a wingshooting preserve tucked away among 550 rolling acres of the South Carolina foothills. The club offers shooting experiences, including Quail, Chukar, Pheasant, Clay Target Shooting, Skeet Range, Covered Five Stand, and Paintball. Gourmet meals and lodging available, as well as expert guides and dogs. You may use your own dog if you like. Open Sun. By reservation only.
When James A. Chapman founded Inman Mills in 1901, he founded a company that would not only still be spinning and weaving fabric more than a century later, but one that would also become a family legacy so tightly woven into the history of Spartanburg County that it would be impossible to imagine life without it. Indeed, from the first revolution of an Inman spindle, generation after generation of the Chapman family have sat at the helm of the company which is today, a dynamic, modern textile manufacturer employing more than 700 people at three plants—Saybrook in Inman, Ramey and Mountain Shoals in Enoree—along with Eastbank Textiles, LLC, a subsidiary in Macon, Georgia.
Inman Mills had a central role in the economic and physical development of the city of Inman in South Carolina. In addition, Inman Mills is eligible for listing under Criterion C as a well preserved example of the architecture and engineering of a major southern textile mill. Designed by W.B. Smith Whaley in the Romanesque Revival style, Inman Mills retains its multi-story entrance tower, uniform fenestration with buttresses inserted at regular intervals, and, though the windows were bricked-in during the mid-twentieth century, the window openings remain readily apparent. The architectural features and physical integrity of the plant meet the registration requirements set forth in the MPS document “Textile Mills in South Carolina Designed by W.B. Smith Whaley, 1893-1903.” Source: InmanMills.com/history | National Register of Historic Places Registration | Inman Mills Historic Property Record
The historic Inman Mills textile complex at 240 – 4th St. in Inman, South Carolina has been beautifully renovated and repurposed as first-class 1, 2 & 3-bedroom living accommodations.
Bush Homeplace (Private Residence/Not Open to the Public)
3960 New Cut Road
Inman SC 29349
The Bush House is an excellent example of an upcountry antebellum farmhouse that was enlarged to meet the changing needs of a prominent Spartanburg County family. The architecture and construction of the house is representative of an adaptable and expandable type of residence that was popular with rural homeowners during the nineteenth century. The characteristics of the original ca. 1830 hall-and-parlor structure are still evident with the two unequal rooms that served multiple functions and the exterior end chimney. The house was enlarged ca. 1850 on one end and in a perpendicular fashion to include a two-story I-House by the mid-nineteenth century as the family expanded. The transformation of the hall-and-parlor house to a modified I-House is architecturally significant as an example of two architectural forms that were once prevalent in the rural upcountry. The Bush House has been continuously in the ownership of the Bush family or its descendants since ca. 1830. Story Bush and her three sons began working a farm that would eventually become one of Spartanburg County’s most significant farms in the nineteenth century, with approximately 1,115 acres under the ownership of her descendants. In addition to the main house, one historic outbuilding–a smokehouse–is extant. Listed in the National Register October 21, 2003. (Image provided by the South Carolina Department of Archives and History)
Campbell’s Covered Bridge
171 Campbells Covered Bridge Road
Landrum, SC 29356
The Campbell’s Covered Bridge, built in 1909, is the last remaining covered bridge in South Carolina. Directions:From U.S. Hwy 25 north of Travelers Rest, take State Rd 414 through Tigerville. Turn right on Pleasant Hill Rd, right on Campbell’s Bridge Rd and travel approximately a quarter-mile to bridge. View More Bridge Photos