A cornerstone of downtown for almost a century, the Capri Theatre has been a driving force behind the downtown revitalization effort. Here at the Capri Theatre we offer many options that include Live comedy/music and theatrical performances. Premieres of local independent films shot right here in the upstate are shown often giving film enthusiast a chance to meet the actors and directors of the films. We are also available for Corporate, civic and special events, please check calendar for dates. Our bands and performers are from all over the eastern U.S and some international.
Visit our website for a calendar of upcoming events.
The Cherokee Historical and Preservation Society, Inc. was formed in 1969 by a group of citizens concerned about the rapid loss of Cherokee County’s historical heritage to development and progress.
The group now consists of nearly two-hundred members and has taken great strides to educate the public about the significance of the county’s numerous historical sites.
For more information about our current exhibits and the history of the museum, visit our website.
The Cherokee Recreation District owns and operates over 18 athletic fields and parks in Cherokee County, SC. We provide quality leisure services in a safe and clean environment for both citizens and tourists.
Cherokee County’s Veterans Museum houses more than 500 artifacts from both World Wars, the Korean and Vietnam Wars, and several items from the Revolutionary War and the Civil War. Group tours are available by appointment.
Cherokee Speedway is a 3/8 mile dirt track with a rich history that is visited by people from all over the country. Please visit our website for a schedule of upcoming races and information and history about the track.
In 1957, Ed Brown was living the cowboy life with Dub Blanton as his mentor, herding cattle from pasture to pasture on horseback. During slack time they would gather up the calves and ride them. Carolina Rodeo Co. was born in the early 60’s and Ed’s professional rodeo career began in Blacksburg SC, his home town. Ed went on to become a champion bull rider.
Ed’s dream of owning his own rodeo came true in 1968. The Ed Brown Rodeo became a reality. The Ed Brown Rodeo has since produced the best family friendly rodeo on the East coast for 44 years.
The Gaffney Little Theatre is a non-profit community playhouse with plays and shows year-round. Visit our Facebook page for information about our current season.
Gaffney Visitors Center and Art Gallery provides a variety of services including information on the city’s historic sites, dining, events, shopping, and provides maps and sells souvenirs.
The art gallery showcases works by local artists. Admission is free.
The Limestone Theatre Department performs several shows every year with casts made up of current and former students and people from the community.
The Big E Entertainment Center features an 8-screen theater, a 16-lane bowling alley, an arcade area and a bar & grill.
- Eight theaters featuring stadium seating, digital surround sound, comfortable rocker seats, great Hollywood entertainment and an extensive concession menu.
- 16 Professional Bowling Lanes offering computer scoring, synthetic glow lanes, automatic bumpers for children, great rates and more!
- Large arcade game room with the latest games.
- Bar & Grill providing a variety of drinks and food to enjoy.
Call us or visit our website for hours and showtimes.