Ashtabula Historic House

Ashtabula Historic House Historic house museum located in Pendleton, South Carolina!
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Pendleton Historic Foundation
12/13/2019

Pendleton Historic Foundation

Our volunteers and our friends in the Pendleton Garden Club have done a wonderful job decorating Ashtabula for the "Christmastime in Olde Pendleton" homes tour!

Come see for yourself tonight from 6p-9p or tomorrow from 11a-4p and don't forget to stop by the Methodist Church first to get your tickets!

Pendleton Historic Foundation
12/05/2019

Pendleton Historic Foundation

The sixth and final stop on the "Christmastime in Olde Pendleton" tour is our own Ashtabula Historic Home.

Lewis Ladson Gibbes and his wife Maria Drayton Gibbes, both of prominent Charleston families, began construction of the large clapboard house in 1825. Our brick annex predates the main house, built about 1790 on 320 acres of land granted to Mr. Thomas Lofton.

See this home traditionally decorated for Christmas with candles, pine needles, fruit and magnolia leaves! For tickets go to pendletonhistoricfoundation.org/event-calendar or call (864) 646-7249 for more information.

Pendleton Historic Foundation
12/02/2019

Pendleton Historic Foundation

Our third stop along the "Christmastime in Olde Pendleton" tour of homes is the Johnson Home.

This house was built in 1932 by Walter H. Aull and wife Ethel Davidson Aull. The property is believed to have been a part of the original Mi Casa acreage, home of John C. Calhoun’s wife Floride after the former Vice President's passing. Stop in and ask PHF Board member, Mary Bess Johnson how her family has preserved its unique history!

Get your tickets today at pendletonhistoricfoundation.org/event-calendar or by calling (864) 646-7249 for more information.

Pendleton Historic Foundation
12/01/2019

Pendleton Historic Foundation

Our second stop on the "Christmastime in Olde Pendleton" tour of homes is Glen Haven.

The house is believed to have been built by John C. Campbell c.1890 as a 2-bedroom center-hallway house. Come along with us on December 13th & 14th to learn more about how the house was moved from its original location!

Get your tickets at pendletonhistoricfoundation.org/event-calendar today :)

Pendleton Historic Foundation
11/30/2019

Pendleton Historic Foundation

The first stop on our "Christmastime in Olde Pendleton" homes tour is Pendleton United Methodist Church.

The original acreage was purchased for $75.00 in 1840. A white wooden church was built on this land but after nearly one hundred years of thriving, it burned to the ground. Join us on the tour to find out how PUMC has grown in recent years with a new building.

Visit pendletonhistoricfoundation.org/event-calendar for tickets and stay tuned here for details about our other stops!

Join us this weekend for a look at some of our new items!
11/15/2019

Join us this weekend for a look at some of our new items!

It has been a big week for collections here at PHF! We've said "Goodbye" to Mr. Clemson's city coach and "Hello!" to a gorgeous new set of china! More furniture is cropping up throughout Ashtabula as well! Can you spot it?

Come by and see the new pieces for yourself this Sunday from 2-5! We close for the season at the end of the month.

This mirror's new home will be in the great hall of Ashtabula by the end of the year!Please visit pendletonhistoricfound...
07/19/2019

This mirror's new home will be in the great hall of Ashtabula by the end of the year!

Please visit pendletonhistoricfoundation.org to make a donation in support of the restoration effort!

Today the Foundation has unearthed our own hidden treasure by starting the restoration process of this stunning, antique mirror.

Interested in being a part of the preservation effort? Make a contribution to the project by clicking the "Donate" button on our home page (pendletonhistoricfoundation.org) and be sure to include a note about the mirror.

And stay tuned for updates on the restoration by Following/Liking our Page!

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06/21/2019

Stop by today and "Share" this post with friends!

We're here at Patrick Square today and tomorrow participating in the Antique and Vintage Fair.

Stop by before 8 tonight or tomorrow (6/22) between 10 and 5 to peruse our deaccessioned items!

05/16/2019
Testimony from a happy teacher!

Ware Shoals Elementary School joined us at Ashtabula yesterday for a home tour and our lineup of fun, history-packed activities. We were told this was their best field trip of the year and they will definaitly be coming back!

CALLING ALL TEACHERS! Our educational programs meet a number of S.C. Social Studies Standards; Call today to find out how your class can benefit from a trip to Pendleton!

05/11/2019
Pendleton Historic Foundation

Pendleton Historic Foundation

Ashtabula and Woodburn are OPEN for Mother's Day! Come see us from 2pm-5pm and celebrate mom's love for history ♥️🌷

05/03/2019

Ashtabula will have special open hours this Sunday from 12:30 to 3 p.m. The last tour will begin at 2:30!

04/20/2019
Pendleton Historic Foundation

Closed for Easter! Pass it on!

🐇🥚 Ashtabula and Woodburn will be closed for Easter! See you next weekend! 🐣🐰

Pendleton Historic Foundation
11/14/2018

Pendleton Historic Foundation

Everyone LOVES seeing our costume collection! 🎄 This year, we will be joined by Ella Lorton and the Trescot's at Magnolia Hill for our historic home tour! Get your tickets today at pendletonhistoricfoundation.org/event-calendar!

Ashtabula Historic House
11/08/2018

Ashtabula Historic House

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11/08/2018

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2725 Old Greenville Hwy
Pendleton, SC
29630

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