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Abbeville Opera House
100 Court Square
Abbeville, SC 29620
Phone: 864-366-9673
Link: Abbeville Opera House Website
Office Hours Monday - Friday 8:30 a.m. - 5 p.m. Performance Day Hours One hour before each show.
Abbeville Presbyterian Church
301 N Main Street
Abbeville, SC 29620
Phone: 864-366-2337
Link: Abbeville Presbyterian Church Website
Sunday School 10 a.m. Sunday Worship 11 a.m. We want to introduce you to who we are at Abbeville Presbyterian Church. We are a warm and caring congregation where there is a place for everyone. While treasuring a rich history and tradition, we are actively attuned to God’s present call to us to serve our community and world. As Presbyterians, we are serious but not stuffy about our worship and faith. We enjoy good fellowship, lively study, and consider hospitality to be our middle name. We hope you will spend some time with us, as together, we responded to God’s love and grace.
Belmont Inn Hotel
104 E Pickens Street
Abbeville, SC 29620
Phone: 864-459-9625
Link: Belmont Inn Hotel Website
We are always open. The Belmont Inn has 25 remodeled rooms. Enjoy the dining room, serving freshly prepared food in a casual elegant atmosphere; and visit The “Tinker’s Alley,” serving a bar menu and libations, The Inn also has ample meeting space for corporate retreats, meetings, and seminars, as well as wedding receptions, class, and family reunions. The Belmont Inn offers a perfect getaway for your corporate clients and family with comfortable rooms, meeting space, and exceptional food. Parking is available off road for your convenience. We are located right next to Abbeville's Historical Oprah House.
Burt-Stark House (Commission)
400 N Main Street
Abbeville, SC 29620
Phone: 864-366-0166
Link: Burt-Stark House website
Hours Friday - Saturday 1:30 - 4:30 p.m. The Burt-Stark Mansion, also known as Armistead Burt House, in Abbeville, South Carolina was the site of the last Council of War of cabinet members of the Confederate government. On May 2, 1865, Jefferson Davis, hoping to continue the struggle, met unanimous opposition, and realized the Confederate independence cause was lost.
First Baptist Church
111 Ellis Avenue
Abbeville, SC 29620
Phone: 864-366-2597
Link: First Baptist Church Website
Hours 8:30 a.m. - Worship Service In the Christian Life Center 9:45 a.m. - Sunday School 11 a.m. - Traditional Worship Service in the Sanctuary 6:30 p.m. - Evening Worship Service 6:30 p.m. - Youth and Adults, Small Groups The First Baptist Church Abbeville was organized on January 15, 1871. Ground was broke in 1873. The first pastor was The Rev. Robert N. Platt. The church now on the corner of Ellis and N. Main St. was dedicated December, 1911. Renovations were made in 1939 and 1955. Thirty eight pastors have served here over the years. The Church continues to shine as a "beacon for Christ" on the corner.
JP's at the Belmont
104 E. Pickens Street
Abbeville, SC 29620
Phone: 864-366-9381
Hours Wednesday - Thursday 5 - 9 p.m. Friday - Saturday 5 p.m. - Midnight Come relax after work. Enjoy cocktails made with house-made mixers and freshly squeezed orange juice. You can also satisfy your appetite by ordering off the menu until 9 p.m. on Wednesday and Thursday and 10 p.m. on Friday and Saturday.
McGowan-Barksdale-Bundy House
305 N. Main Street
Abbeville, SC 29620
Phone: 864-378-0772
Link: McGowan-Barksdale-Bundy House website
Hours Open for tours each non-holiday. Saturday, March 7th through mid-December 1 p.m. - 4 p.m. Also open by special appointment. The McGowan-Barksdale-Bundy House, designed by Atlanta architect G.L. Norman, is an excellent example of the Queen Anne Style. General Samuel McGowan purchased the original home before it burned down in 1887 and then General Barksdale acquired the home later. The McGowan-Barksdale-Bundy House is often referred to locally as the “General’s House” because two of the principal owners were Generals–Confederate Brigadier General Samuel McGowan and WWII General William E. Barksdale. General Barksdale sold it to his nephew, J.D. Bundy of Monroe, North Carolina and Mr. Bundy deeded the home to the Abbeville Historical Society in 1989. Now this stately home serves as the headquarters for the Abbeville Historical Society.
Sacred Heart Catholic Church
206 Main Street
Abbeville, SC 29620
Phone: 864-366-5150
Link: Sacred Heart Catholic Church website
Hours Sunday Mass 8:30 a.m. Tuesday & Thursday Mass 6 a.m. Sunday Confessions 7 a.m. - 8 a.m. Sacred Heart Church History Abbeville, South Carolina. Established October 24, 1885. The Sacred Heart Catholic Church is located on the corner of North Main and East Pinckney Street in Abbeville, South Carolina. It is steeped in history dating back to the middle 1800’s.
St. James AME Church
203 Henry M. Turner Street
Abbeville, SC 29620
Phone: 864-366-3118
Welcome to the Heart of Abbeville! The Historic St. James AME Church meets on every Sunday morning at 9:45 for our Church School and at 11:00 for Worship. Bible Study is a tad bit non-traditional as it is available via toll free conference call every Thursday at 12:30 and 7:00 PM. (1-888-628-8983). There is room at St. James just for you and your family. We look forward to seeing you soon!
Trinity Episcopal Church
200 Church Street
Abbeville, SC 29620
Phone: 864-366-5186
Link: Trinity Episcopal Church website
Circa- 1842 & 1858 Hours Sunday Service 10 a.m. Sunday School 11 a.m. Midweek Wednesday Service 6 p.m. Trinity Episcopal Church dates from 1842, with the construction of a small wooden building. In 1858, the growing and more affluent congregation decided to build a larger and finer structure. The architect, George E. Walker of Columbia, found inspiration for his design in the magnificent Gothic cathedrals of France. The cornerstone was laid on June 27, 1859, and the church was consecrated on November 4, 1860. The nave is 43 feet wide and 81 feet long; the walls are of solid handmade brick, 3 feet thick for the side walls but thicker under the soaring steeple, which is over 120 feet tall., Trinity holds a virtual "library" of rare 19th-century American stained glass, including at least eight windows dating to the church's erection in 1859-60. Also see the Steeple Bell & the pews all being made of single planks, both seats and backs.
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