Newberry Attractions

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Newberry Museum

Newberry's official history museum is located right off Main Street. This new addition to Newberry features pieces and stories that depict our local history.  

During SCCC 2020 there will be a display of boneyard pottery from past conferences!

Newberry Opera House

The Newberry Opera House hosts many performances each year. This historic landmark has been a staple to our little community for many years. On the Thursday before the SC Clay Conference (February 27th)  the Opera House will host FIREFLIES: A Dave the Potter Interactive Story.  This program begins at 7:00 pm and is free and open to the public. The event is sponsored by: The University of South Carolina's McKissick Museum, The Newberry Opera House, and The SCClayCon.

Enoree River Winery

The winery is a popular spot in Newberry and features wine tastings and  tours. The winery also is used as an event space for weddings, birthday parties and more.

Carter & Holmes

Carter & Holmes produces and sells premium orchids and draws in locals and visitors alike. They are located just outside the city of Newberry, where they welcome visitors to shop and view their greenhouses.

Wells Japanese Garden

The Japanese Gardens is a local landmark in Newberry and is a short walk from downtown Newberry. While the garden is small, the  atmosphere provides a large amount of peace and tranquility to the visitor.

Other Outdoor Recreation

There are many other places to visit and spend time in Newberry and surrounding area. These places include, but are not limited, to the Oakland Tennis Center, the Newberry Country Club, the Mid-Carolina Country Club, Lake Murray and many others. Click the link to learn more about these places. 

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Newberry Museum

Newberry's official history museum is located right off Main Street. This new addition to Newberry features pieces and stories that depict our local history.  

During SCCC 2020 there will be a display of boneyard pottery from past conferences!