As part of Greenville County Schools, the Living History Farm is open to the public only during special events.

The past comes alive at the Living History Farm. Authentic log cabins, corn cribs, a barn, a blacksmith shop, a school and a former slave cabin are reconstructed on the lower part of the 62-acre Roper Mountain site to demonstrate life in South Carolina’s Upstate in the early 1800s. Gardens, fields, pasture, a farm pond, and farm animals typical of this period complete the scene.  It is one thing to read history, but it is another to experience it.  

Visitors can step back in time as part of admission during our Summer Adventure.  Students on field trips enjoy it as part of lessons during the school year.