Historic Walking Tour
In 1851, Rock Hill was just a railway stop between Columbia and Charlotte. By 1929, a prosperous, progressive city had emerged, with tree-lined streets and beautiful family homes, thriving businesses and artisans, even its own Opera House and the South's best known women's college. But most fascinating were the people who lived here. Explore our town's proud past - a past shaped by Southerners who weren't afraid to grow and change, to imagine a new world for themselves.
Approximate Location of Historic Site
Parking Lot Map not to scale, locations are approximate.
Learn Rock Hill's history on foot. Approximately 1.25 mile walk.
Suggested Tour Options
|1||Pick up brochure and mp3 player at The White Home or York County Visitors Center. Begin tour at the Historic Panels, site 1, located at East White Street and Elizabeth Lane or at any site along the tour. Follow tour route shown in brochure and select the corresponding site numbers on the mp3 player when you arrive at each site.|
|2||Pick up brochure at the Historic Panels located at East White Street and Elizabeth Lane. Follow tour route shown in brochure and use your personal cell phone to call the listed telephone numbers when you arrive at each site. Your cell phone carrier's standard rates apply.|
For more information on historic properties visit http://rootsandrecall.com/