Ninety Six National Historic Site

Overview

The Ninety Six National Historic Site is an area of unique historical significance. Here settlers struggled against the harsh backcountry to survive, Cherokee Indians hunted and fought to keep their land, two towns and a trading post were formed and abandoned to the elements, and two Revolutionary War battles that claimed over 100 lives took place here.

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Seasonality / Weather

The Ninety Six NHS Visitor Center and restrooms are open year-round, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. with the exception of three days: New Year's, Thanksgiving, and Christmas Day.

Directions

Driving: 

From Interstate I-26 -- At the Newberry exit, take Highway 34 to the town of Ninety Six, South Carolina. Turn left at the second traffic light by the town's new fountain; following signs to the park.
From Interstate I-20 -- Take US Highway 25 north until you see park signs.
From Interstate I-85 -- Take SC Highway 178 south to Highway 248 to the town of Ninety Six, South Carolina.
From the town of Ninety Six, South Carolina -- Follow the park signs. The Ninety Six National Historic Site is two miles south of the town of Ninety Six on SC Highway 248

Flying: 

The closest airports are in Augusta, GA, Columbia, SC or the Greenville/Spartanburg Airport, all located about 1 hour from the site.

Public Transport: 

None available.