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You’re in the right place for more information on all-things Spartanburg! Since our Insiders know the area better than anyone, let their expert suggestions guide you to the very best our growing county has to offer!

Highlights

We totally thought multiple craft breweries and our annual festivals would be enough to convince you to visit, but if you’re still looking for a sign it’s time to start planning your trip, you’ll probably find it in these recent highlights:

Hidden Gems in Spartanburg

Spartanburg’s dining culture roots run deep. From the early days of Colonials using the area for hunting and crops, to textile mill employees eating at delicatessens across the county, to that slice of Americana of enj

Where to Be in 2024

Spartanburg hosts a wide variety of events throughout the year, with the action really kicking up a notch as spring sweeps across the area. Keep up with the entirety of our community’s Events Calendar and keep reading

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Discover Spartanburg’s Historic Sites

By Florence Cope, special to OneSpartanburg, Inc. Spartanburg is chock full of history dating back to the country’s founding. From Revolutionary War battles and American icons to being the epicenter of the textile i

Eat a Plenty

Eat a Plenty

By Brad Wright, produced in cooperation with the HubCity Writers Project. I’ve always heard that 9 out of 10 restaurants fail in their first year. It stands to reason, then, that any restaurant that survives into ...

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Sweet Spartanburg Peaches

Sweet Spartanburg Peaches

Georgia has the license plate. Gaffney has the Peachoid. But when it comes to being the peachy king, Spartanburg wears the crown

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Marshall Tucker Band

Marshall Tucker Band

By Dan Armonaitis, HubCity Writers Project It’s been said that a picture’s worth a thousand words. But what about when just four words paint a vivid picture in the minds of countless Southern rock fans the world ...

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The Hub of the Hubs

The Hub of the Hubs

By Betsy Teter, HubCity Writers Project There are a few other Hub Cities in America, but certainly none more enthusiastic about the nickname than Spartanburg, where there has been a veritable explosion of local ...

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Eating the Thai Way in Spartanburg

Eating the Thai Way in Spartanburg

By Jan Scalisi , produced in cooperation with the HubCity Writers Project. There's a touch of Thailand in Spartanburg—and the number of locally owned restaurants that feature the well-known Thai staples of noodle ...

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Farmers Market

Farmers Market

By Susan A. Sistare, produced in cooperation with the HubCity Writers Project. Updated for accuracy in July 2019. On Saturday mornings, I am in Heaven. The memory of being dragged to the farmers' market to buy ...

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