Pendleton Historic Foundation
The Pendleton Historic Foundations Main office/Gift Shop is situated in the center of the Downtown Pendleton Village Green in the Historic Guard House.
GUARDHOUSE/GIFT SHOP & OFFICE HOURS
Ashtabula and Woodburn Historic home tours are available from 10am-2pm each day of the week by reservation only.
Simply call/text 864-646-7249 or email email@example.com to book your tour time.
SUNDAY "WALK UP TOURS"
Ashtabula and Woodburn House are open each Sunday for "Walk Up" Tours (No Reservations Required) The Sunday Tours begin at 2:00pm and 3:30pm. A docent will be available to guide your tour.
ADMISSION COST PER HOUSE
$10 per adult
- Sun, May 14Pendleton
Learn More About PHF
Sharing Local History for Decades
The Pendleton Historic Foundation was founded in 1960’s to ensure the preservation of the historic home on the Woodburn Farm site. While the funds were being raised to restore the Woodburn house, the Mead Paper Company donated Ashtabula Historic House and an additional 10 acres of land to the Foundation, similarly ensuring its preservation for future generations.
As a result of these efforts, the Pendleton Historic Foundation now owns and operates two of the largest Upcountry plantation homes as historical museums for the enjoyment and educational purposes of visitors of all ages.
Both houses were placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1972.
Our Mission: The Pendleton Historic Foundation is an IRS 501 (c)(3) not-for-profit educational organization dedicated to the restoration and preservation of historic properties in Pendleton and the interpretation of the diverse history and cultural heritage of the area.