Gaffney is a town in and the seat of Cherokee County, South Carolina, United States, in the Upstate region of South Carolina. Gaffney is known as the "Peach Capital of South Carolina". The population was 12,539 at the 2010 census, with an estimated population of 12,597 in 2014. It is the principal city of the Gaffney, South Carolina, Micropolitan Statistical Area (population 55,662 according to 2012 estimates by the U.S. Census Bureau), which includes all of Cherokee County and which is further included in the greater Greenville-Spartanburg-Anderson, South Carolina Combined Statistical Area (population 1,384,996 according to year 2012 U.S. Census Bureau estimates).
Restaurants in Gaffney
4.5 based on 176 reviews
You’ll see it for miles. I was an iconic landmark in House Of Cards. Frank Underwood got his start as a Congressman from the district where the Peachoid is. “President Frank Underwood “ is “buried” in Gaffney’s nearby Oakland Cemetary.
4.5 based on 18 reviews
Several reviews said this was a small museum but we were pleasantly surprised. For a small town, this is a nice museum. Lots of history and well done decent sized displays. We were told they are planning expansions as well. Well worth the $5 admission in my opinion.
4.5 based on 5 reviews
Black Horse Antiques is located in historic downtown Gaffney, South Carolina. Just minutes from I-85 and the outlet mall. Between Atlanta and Charlotte this location is along your journey and worth the trip. Huge selection of fine furniture, glassware and collectables at competitive prices. No trip to Gaffney is complete without visiting Black Horse Antiques.
4.5 based on 13 reviews
If your ever bored on a saturday and wanna watch some cars go vroom you better come to cherokee speedway. Its kinda like cars except you must have very low expectations for it to be like cars. Its a ripoff of cars 1 2 and 3.
4.5 based on 28 reviews
The big E in Gaffney serves as a halfway point for my dad and I and we get together when ever the newest horror movie or other movies we both want to see are released. And the Big E is a great place to catch a movie or make a whole day of family fun. This place has everything to keep the whole family entertained for hours no matter what the weather outside is. Inside there is a bowling ally, slides, bumper cars, and arcade games. On the outside there is mini golf and a rope course. And of course what I am always here for..the movies. There are about half a dozen theaters. The seating here is stadium seating giving you a great view no matter where you are. Chairs are big and comfy and one thing I really like is..they keep the temperature at a comfortable level. In most movies I end up freezing no matter what the weather is outside. My dad and I enjoy the movies here and have never had any issues here. I can't really speak for the games offered here since I really am not into those things. But my brother and his family come here for the movies for that reason. So they can enjoy some games before the movies start. And I am going to really put an effort to come out here and meet one of my friends for a girls day out and have movies and mini golf. Because the golf and the rope course look fun! But when I am here I always see people enjoying the other activities here. Also they do a great job of keeping this place clean. I never see a sea of popcorn strewn about from the concession to the theater. Movie prices are generally cheaper than else where around. And on Monday they are $5 all day long! We normally go on Monday during the day and it isnt crowded at all. But we had to go on a Saturday during the day for Joker and it was packed. They are very accesible for everyone. Bathrooms are also always nice and clean. They have plenty of parking. They do run kids movies during the day in the summer. They do host birthday parties here and they do have event space. And another great thing about them is the location. They are located behind the outlet mall. So there is plenty of shopping there. And if you are looking for more than popcorn before or after the movies..there are places at the outlet mall to nosh. There are also some sit down restaurants including Cracker Barrel. There is a rug and home outlet on the corner that has some beautiful things for your home. And right across the road is Hamricks (a large chain of clothing stores) which always has some amazing deals. Go on down that road and you will see an old school house where you can stop and take pictures and then there is the big Peachoid and Fatz right beside of it (I have seperate reviews on both). This is at exit 90 in Gaffney and the next exit down at exit 92 also has loads of dining options. They are about 30 minutes from Spartanburg. So for some one stop family fun..stop in at the Big E in Gaffney.
4.0 based on 127 reviews
Located just 50 minutes south of Charlotte, Gaffney Outlet Marketplace is located in the heart of the Carolina foothills, en route to many major southern destinations including Asheville, Greenville and the Blue Ridge Parkway.The center's location is ideal for groups or as a day trip for visitors. Gaffney Premium Outlets is easily accessible directly off of I-85 at Exit 90 just after the giant Gaffney peach water tower. Local and regional Shop & Stay packages are available.
4.0 based on 5 reviews
The Gaffney Visitors Center & Art Gallery offers free informational resources including road maps, lodging information, local attractions, and much more. Small gift shops in the Visitors Center offer items such as local artists works, books on local history and Gaffney souvenirs. The Art Gallery features a variety of admission free exhibits.
4.5 based on 2 reviews
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