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Best Western Executive Inn

Just miles from downtown Seneca and Clemson University. Amenities: Pool, Meeting Facilities, Interior Corridor and Free WiFi.

Cardamom Bakeshop

Previously known as Walnut Street Bakery, this bake shop in downtown Seneca specializes in sweets for every occasion. They bake wedding cakes, birthday cakes, pies, cheesecakes, bars, cookies, pastries, vegan, and all sorts of sweet treats. Freshly made artisan breads on Fridays including ham and Swiss croissants, caramelized onion & asiago focaccia and morning buns. You’ll also find homemade ice cream with unique flavors such as strawberry hibiscus and fresh mint chip. (Closed Sunday & Monday)

Bertha Lee Strickland Cultural Museum

Bertha Lee Strickland Cultural Museum is a cultural exhibit museum focusing on the rich, sometimes turbulent history, culture, and contributions of local African-Americans The museum’s exhibits and events blend technology and tradition to create a meaningful and educational experience for all ages. Bertha Lee Strickland Cultural Museum is about people of the past and present whose stories will impact generations.

Historic Ballenger House

Historic Ballenger House is an ideal venue for weddings, receptions, meetings, showers, parties and reunions. The house was built circa 1925. It is a designated site on the South Carolina National Heritage Corridor. Located in historic downtown Seneca, the house was deeded to the Seneca Woman’s Club to honor three family members who belonged to the philanthropic “Once a Week Club” that originated in 1896 and still meets today.
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Lunney Museum

Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, The Lunney Museum was built in 1909 by its original residents Dr. William James and Lillian Mason Lunney. The House is a 1909 Queen Anne style “California” bungalow with arts and crafts interior. The property features a carriage house and “two-seater” outhouse. The museum provides educational content focused on the history of Seneca, the Lunney Family/Home, and rural southern culture. THE MUSEUM IS CLOSED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE.

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