Information: Woodburn

Woodburn is open Saturday morning for a 10 a.m. tour and Sunday afternoon 2-5 p.m. [closed to the public December – March, by reservation only]; The last tour begins at 4:30 p.m.

Private tours for six or more must be arranged in advance by calling 864-646-7249 or emailing pendleton.hf@gmail.com.

Admission: $10 for adults, $5 for students, $3 for kids ages 6-14, and children under 5 are admitted free. Cash or check only please.

Woodburn is a graceful four-story clapboard plantation house (c.1830) conveniently located on twelve acres of land just off of US76, across from the TriCounty Technical College campus and just nine miles north of I-85 (Exit 19B). Get Turn-by-Turn Directions to Woodburn.

Interested in hosting an event at Woodburn? The house has a very wide first-floor wrap-around piazza, well suited for small events with less than 100 guests. Events up to 400 guests are best suited for our grounds and pavilion spaces. We also have a large lawn and ample space for seating and mingling in front of our Victorian carriage house. Call today for inquiries!

Visit the 1700’s Moorhead Cabin, the 2-room replica Slave Cabin (birthplace of Jane Edna Hunter, nationally recognized African-American activist and reformer), and the replica Victorian Carriage House while touring the grounds of Woodburn.

You can also hike our Nature Trail for even more insight on the property’s history! Thanks to our local Boy Scouts, our trail is clean and outfitted with educational signage.