Public, nonprofit educational institution whose purpose is to collect, preserve, exhibit and interpret the artifacts, antiquities and archival, cultural and natural history of the County and surrounding geographic region.
The Museum Shop offers the work of more than 100 local and regional fine, traditional and folk artisans that represents the artistic spectrum of our unique area – including handcrafted jewelry, pottery, ceramics, baskets, scarves and handbags, woodcarvings, colorful prints and originals, Native American art, note cards, folk art, soaps, beeswax candles, locally harvested honey, handmade children’s toys and other specialty items.
Did you know that Pickens County was once home to the lower towns of the Cherokee?
“A Native American Celebration” celebrating Cherokee culture in honor of Native American Heritage Month. Highlights of the day will feature Cherokee, along with other Native American, games, dancing, drumming, craftwork, storytelling, Native lore and day to day life. At the Historic Hagood Mill.
Pickens County Museum