The Museum of the Waxhaws is Union County’s Cultural and History Learning Center
The Museum showcases and demonstrates history and culture to visitors in the context of indoor and outdoor exhibits, artistic performances, historical reenactments, and group tours. The basis of our mission is to teach residents of Union County about our regional history.
Our mission is to provide an authentic and accurate depiction of local history and to continue building the story as history is made for generations to come!
- Pirate Day – August 25, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. – Enjoy a family-friendly day of fun, games, food, competitions, cannons firing; all with Pirates! Pirate attire is not required nor discouraged!
- EvenTide with Pirates, August 25, 4 p.m. – 9 p.m. – Enjoy an evening with Pirates, a special brew from Dreamchasers Brewery, 21 and older only. Pirate attire is not required nor discouraged!
- Haunted Walk – October 20 – more details to come.
Hours of Operation:
- Friday: 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.
- Saturday: 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.
- Sunday: 2 p.m. – 5 p.m.
- Adults: $5.00
- Children 6-12: $2.00
- Seniors: $4.00
- Children 5 and under: free
- Visitors must be accompanied by a tour guide to see the interior of the buildings.
- The museum grounds are not part of the public parks system. Paying admission is required in order to walk around the grounds unless as allowed during special events.
- Professional/Commercial Photography is prohibited.
- For safety reasons, the museum grounds are closed to the public when the museum is closed. Recreational walking, hiking, and running, etc., are NOT allowed on the grounds.
- Pets are not allowed on the grounds.
Scouts Are So Important Here
Our Sponsors are the Lifeline
- Joyce Blythe
- Perry & Beth Blythe
- Rita Brunson
- Zane & Joan Eargle
- Macon Griffin, Griffin Motor Company
- Patricia G. McGee
- Robert McCain
- Sherry Robinson
- William Simpson
- Jack & Betty Shaw
- Sammy Starnes, Circle S Ranch
- Carlton Tyson
- Mary Alice Wilson