Arts & Museums

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  1. Auditorium seating 3,500 Built in 1939 and Named for James F. Byrnes, former S.C. governor and U.S. Secretary of State. Byrnes exemplifies the monumental architectural style prevalent in Depression-era…

  2. Center for the Arts 121 East Main Street
    803-328-2787

    Managed by the Arts Council of York County and located in the newly renovated downtown area, the Center for the Arts is housed in two restored 100-year old buildings. The Center houses the offices of the A…

  3. Community Performance Center 249 East Main Street
    803-328-2787

    The Arts Council of York County's Community Performance Center is the newest addition to the York County arts scene! Fully operational since September 2009, the new Community Performance Center features o…

  4. Comporium Telephone Museum 117 Elk Avenue
    803-324-4030

    Comporium Telephone Museum – Spend an hour or so learning about the history of communication as well as a little history of Rock Hill, S.C. • Free Admission • Fun for family members of…

  5. Courtroom at Gettys Gettys Art Center

    The Courtroom at Gettys once served as the City of Rock Hill's courtroom. Today,it is a venue where special events are held -- concerts, art shows, and more. For information about renting this space for an…

  6. Daddy's Money 110 South Cherry Road
    (803) 329-2710

    The oldest and most eclectic live music venue and bar in Rock Hill, SC. Located at 110 South Cherry Road, directly across from Winthrop University! 20 tap draft beer system with lots of craft beers, saf…

  7. Edmund D. Lewandowski Student Gallery Winthrop University
    803/323-2493
  8. Frances May Barnes Recital Hall Winthrop University
    803/ 323-2255

    The Frances May Barnes Recital Hall, named for a 1915 alumna, is a 200-seat venue that is ideal for vocal and instrumental chamber music. It includes a 10-stop two-manual tracker pipe organ by Kney, a stat…

  9. Gettys Art Center 201 East Main Street
    803-328-2787

    The Gettys Art Center is managed by the Arts Council of York County. Built in the 1930s as Rock Hill's Post Office and Courthouse, the Gettys Center is now filled by the studios of a vibrant array of arti…

  10. Johnson Theatre at Winthrop 1920 Alumni Drive
    803-323-4014

    Johnson Hall, named for founding president David Bancroft Johnson, was constructed with funds from oil magnate and philanthropist John D. Rockefeller, the YWCA, and the state legislature. Built in the Clas…

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