Things to Do in

Water/Ways is on display at the Historic Train Depot in Westminster from Saturday, March 6 through Saturday, April 17, 2021. There are several other activities to enjoy in and around Westminster. 


Chattooga Belle Farm
454 Damascus Church Road
Long Creek, SC 29658

U-Pick farm with Apples, Peaches, Grapes, Blueberries and a large variety of exotic fruits and berries. Bistro with panoramic views of the Blue Ridge Mountains. 18 Hole Disc Golf Course. Event Barn for weddings, reunions, meetings.

White Water Rafting Guides and Outfitters


Wildwater Ltd (Rafting Guides, Whitewater Kayak Clinics, Still Water Kayking on Lake Tugalo, Zip Line Canopy Tours, Rock Climbing Wall, High Ropes Course, Low Ropes Course, Cabins, Yurts)

Nantahalla Outdoors Center (Rafting Guides)

Southeastern Expeditions (Rafting Guides)

Chattooga Whitewater Outfitters (Raft, Kayak and Ducky rentals, fly fishing equipment and guides, restaurant, Chattooga River Resort with hotel rooms, restaurant, RV sites and river front camp sites).



Excellent home cooked meals

Puerto Nuevo

Mexican food and Margaritas!


Meat and three

Lucky Strike

Burgers and fries

Brasstown BBQ

Best BBQ in town, but only open on Friday and Saturday evenings

Chattooga Belle Bistro

Open for lunch from March – October with breathtaking views of the Blue Ridge mountains

Farm Café

 Located on the farm with farm fresh meat and veggies. Saturday night special is Low Country Boil!


Classic southern country breakfast with “cat head” biscuits and a Sunday buffe


Magnolia Manor Bed & Breakfast
207 Westminster Highway
Westminster, SC 29693

Located in the heart of Westminster is a southern classic mansion called the Magnolia Manor Bed & Breakfast (circa 1897). Owners, JoAnn and Glenn Blake, have been welcoming guests and managing weddings here since 1998.  Although their family business specializes in all-inclusive, stress-free weddings and receptions for couples and families, they welcome guests for any of life’s celebrations!

The Smithsonian’s Water/Ways exhibition dives into water–an essential component of life on our planet, environmentally, culturally, and historically. Water/Ways will tour six small communities in South Carolina from June 2020 to April 2021. Learn more. 

The exhibition is part of Museum on Main Street, a unique collaboration between the Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service (SITES), state humanities councils across the nation, and local host institutions. Support for Museum on Main Street has been provided by the U.S. Congress. Support for the South Carolina tour of Water/Ways has been provided by Dominion Energy.