4.5 based on 129 reviews
A beautiful spot that is a throwback in time. The only remaining covered bridge in SC, this spot has hiking trails, a babbling creek, the remnants of a historic home site and grist mill and picnic tables. Pack a lunch, bring a camera and learn some history. Just lovely.
5 based on 15 reviews
The Millstone Gallery is an extraordinary place to visit and buy unique gifts. It is your place to buy woodwork, fine art and fine crafts. The shop has pieces from 30 local and regional artists and artisans. The shop has everything from hand carved bowls, horseheads, sculpture, rustic tables, spoons, drawings, photography, porcelain, ceramic horses, jewelry, and much more. Open Tuesday thru Sunday. Click for link to recent article published in The Tryon Bulletin about the Millstone http://www.tryondailybulletin.com/2017/09/11/landrum-wanderings-the-millstone-gallery-a-landrum-gem/
I have been to The Millstone Gallery many times. Love going there to visit with the owner Ron. you will always be surprised to see what is the new things he added at his gallery. It is such unique store. I go there to pick...MoreEnjoyed reading your thoughtful review. So glad you were able to purchase the gifts for your friends. Always want to keep items for gifts that are unique and one of a kind and for visitors to be excited about what they see.
4 based on 17 reviews
My husband, being well versed in many genres of music was familiar with this recording artist's background. He found one of her songs on his playlist which played while we visited. The statue of her playing piano sits adjacent to the train tracks, across the street from the theater. I especially liked the wavy effect of the keyboard of this bronze statue.
5 based on 11 reviews
We are Landrum's Only Rock Shop and Gem mine. We carry gemstones from all over the World! Jewelry, Gem Mining,Salt Lamps, Fossils and much more. If you're near Landrum, this is a place to see!
Compared to any gem stores i’ve been to, the prices here are unbeatable-probably less than half of what most places charge. The selection is pretty impressive as well. Also, the gentleman working the front counter was quite friendly and knowledgeable. I’m quite impressed!
5 based on 13 reviews
1920 farmhouse set on just under 2 acres, full of antiques, collectibles and vintage items. We are the first retail business on the right side of Highway 14 as you enter Landrum city limits and opened in July of 2010. The garden area has all kinds of outdoor pieces, new to vintage or antique, inside are 8 large rooms full as well as side rooms stuffed with items, all displayed carefully and with plenty of room to walk around! You are more than welcome to bring your pets and walk around the garden, the parking lot is large and you can feel safe leaving your car running with your furry friends inside on hotter days, or bring them inside the store if they are well behaved and/or can be carried...
This place is like an indoor flea market with different rooms rented by different vendors. Tons of stuff - you'd probably have to walk around twice to see everything. Prices were fantastic! Friendly shop owner(s). Note: There were 2 large dogs in the doorway as we entered but they are friendly.
4.5 based on 3 reviews
No matter what you collect, I think you will find something here. The people working at the front were very friendly and the main aisles were wide and clear. The only problem was some of the booths were too cluttered to enter for fear of tripping or knocking something over. We just passed right by those. If you are passing by Tryon it's worth a stop.
4.5 based on 2 reviews
Since we travel by car we are looking for small items and collectibles that won't take up much space. This place had lots of those (as well as a little bit of everything else....even an Amish buggy). The people inside greeted us like we were old friends and that set a good vibe for the entire experience. The place is well organized except for a few areas which were tight or too crowded to even enter (we just pass right past cluttered booths). I walked out with a couple of small items to add to my collections.
5 based on 1 reviews
If you are following the Antique Trail this is one of the places you will find. As you walk in the door, the first thing you notice is the colors. This was such a fun place with lots of collectibles and fun things. You can even buy some bakery goodies there (which we did and it was delicious).
The aisles are wide and clear and the booths are very well organized. The girl working in the front was very nice and helped us find a place to have lunch.
4.5 based on 2 reviews
When I think of an architectural warehouse, I think of doors, mantels, windows, bathroom fixtures, iron fencing, reclaimed wood, etc. This place isn't like that. It also offers lovely antique furniture, lighting, and even smaller collectibles. I was blown away by the stained glass windows/doors they had. My favorite was a huge 3 section door that was one of the most beautiful things I've ever seen (of course it would not fit in most homes). It's laid out in a way that makes it very easy to get around. The people working there were very nice and enjoyed telling you where some of the larger pieces came from. After you leave be sure to walk to the other end of the long building to Old Mill Antiques & More.
4.5 based on 2 reviews
There is nothing fancy about this budget friendly museum (free admission) but what it lacks in fancy displays it makes up for in interesting tidbits, rotating displays, and sweet local volunteers ready to tell you a story or two about the town. As they say on their website, the Tryon Museum is "a place where it can be preserved, protected, and introduced to locals and visitors alike."
Currently among their exhibits is a lovely display featuring toys from the Tryon Toy Maker.
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