Woodburn is open on Sunday afternoons 2-5 p.m. The last tour begins at 4:30 p.m.
Private tours of both houses with groups of six or more may be arranged Monday-Saturday.
Advance reservations required.
Admission: $6 or $2 for ages 5-10.
Woodburn is a graceful four-story clapboard plantation house (c.1830) conveniently located on twelve acres of land just off of US76, across from the Tri County Technical College campus and just nine miles north of I-85 (Exit 19B). Woodburn is located only four miles from the main entrance to Clemson University and is a 35 minute commute from the Greenville-Spartanburg Airport.
Directions to Woodburn: 130 History Lane, Pendleton, SC 29670
From I-85, take exit 19B (US76). Turn onto US 76 N towards Clemson and Pendleton. Continue for approximately 9 miles to the traffic light at Woodburn Rd. The campus of Tri-County Technical College will be on the right. Turn left at this intersection, and look for the sign for Woodburn at the corner after turning across US76. The large sign marks the entrance to History Lane. Turn right onto History Lane and continue to the end where the gate of Woodburn is located.
Visit the Moorhead Cabin/cookhouse, the Victorian Carriage house, and the 2-room slave/ tenant cabin (birthplace of Jane Edna Hunter,a nationally recognized African-American activist and reformer) while touring the grounds of Woodburn.