Did you know there is a FREE self-guided tour at Split Creek Farm? Goats and educational opportunities are plentiful at Split Creek Farm in Anderson, SC. Plus, the farm shop sells award-winning cheese and must-eat fudge made from their goat milk. Get outdoors, enjoy some animals, and learn something new!
The new aqua park and sandy white beach at the Shores of Asbury in Anderson, SC is the only one of its kind in the Upstate and less than an hour from Greenville, SC. We checked it out and have all the information for you and your family to have a blast on this floating obstacle course.
Media tickets were provided for this review and all opinions are those of the author.
Did you know there are a number of community events giving away free school supplies in Upstate, SC? Do you know of a family who needs help purchasing school supplies this year? A new school year is almost upon us. For most families a trip to the store for new supplies is imminent. A recent study revealed that most families of school-age children in the US spend between $500-700 on new school supplies. This amounts to a whopping estimated 80.7 billion dollars! That’s a lot of composition notebooks!
Are you looking for a fun, yet challenging escape room to master in Upstate, SC? With unique storylines and challenging puzzles, escape rooms have steadily been growing in popularity over the last decade. We gathered a list of escape rooms throughout the Upstate that are perfect for date nights, birthday parties, teambuilding exercises, and other group events. Time to pause that mystery podcast you’ve been listening to for hours and unlock your inner Sherlock Holmes to solve all the clues before time runs out!
Before heading to the escape room venue, it is highly recommended (and sometimes required) to book your appointment ahead of time.
Many of the escape rooms in the Upstate have an age limit or require a parent to accompany any minor. Some rooms are not recommended for children due to the theme.
Please contact the escape room you wish to attend for additional rules, pricing, booking an appointment, and information about their location.
Greenville County Escape Rooms
Escape Artists Greenville- Downtown– 209 East Stone Avenue, Greenville | 864.509.9305 Offers 6 private escape rooms of varying levels of difficulty. Requires at least 2 players to complete (some rooms require a minimum of 4 players). Players under 16 must be accompanied by an adult, with some themes being inappropriate for younger players. Read our Kidding Around review of Escape Artists Greenville to see if Bethany beat the clock!
Escape Artists Greenville- Hampton Station– 1320 Hampton Avenue, Bay 11C, Greenville | 864.509.9305 Offers two 60-minute private escape rooms. Escape rooms require a minimum of 2 players, with an 8-player maximum.
Breakout Games– 614 North Main Street, Greenville | 864.326.0190 Offers 8 private escape rooms with varying difficulty levels. Require a minimum of 2 players to play. Open to all ages (under 14 must be accompanied by an adult).
Trapped in the Upstate– 556 Memorial Drive Extension, Suite D, Greer | 864.416.1539 Offers 6 private escape rooms that require at least 2 players. Puzzles range from 45 to 60 minutes. The minimum age to play alone is 13. Children under 10 are welcome, but some puzzles are not appropriate for younger players due to difficulty and theme. Read our Kidding Around review of Trapped in the Upstate for more details.
Servus VR–928 South Main Street, Greenville | 864.509.1077 Offers 14 virtual reality escape games. Games require at least 2 players, with options for 2 player, 3 player, and 4 player games. Games run for 60 minutes.
Spartanburg County Escape Rooms
Escape Room Adventures and Virtual Reality– 1220 John B White Sr Boulevard, Spartanburg | 864.586.5086 Offers 6 escape rooms of varying levels of difficulty. Games require a minimum of 2 players. In addition, several VR escape games are available. Recommended age is 12 and older. Anyone under 18 must have a parent sign a waiver, and under 16 must be accompanied by an adult. Escape Room Adventures requires an appointment.
Pickens County Escape Rooms
Seneca Escape Zones– 115- C Eagles Nest Drive, Seneca | 864.557.9663 Offers 3 escape rooms of varying levels of difficulty. A minimum of 2 players is required for each game. Puzzles are designed for ages 10 and up. Children under 13 must be accompanied by an adult. Book an escape room before attending the location.
The Escape Quest– 277 Market Street, Seneca | 864.626.5995 Offers 3 escape rooms of varying levels of difficulty. 2 players are required for 2 of the three rooms offered. Recommended party size is 4 – 8 players. Booking ahead is highly recommended, walk-in gameplay is not guaranteed. Each escape room is approximately 60 minutes. Children are allowed as long as accompanied by an adult.
Shockwave VR – 5156 Calhoun Memorial Highway, Easley | 864.307.8861 Offers two multiplayer virtual reality escape rooms for ages 7 and up. Up to 4 players for each puzzle.
Anderson County Escape Rooms
Electric City Escapes– 4103 Liberty Highway, Anderson | 864.328.9908 Offers 4 escape rooms with varying levels of difficulty. Three rooms are appropriate for all ages. The Mystery Parlor is PG13. The games are 60 minutes long. Note: The escape room ‘Down the Rabbit Hole’ will not be open until Summer 2022. Booking online is recommended.
Do you have a favorite escape room in the Upstate?
Are you looking for ways to keep your kids busy and entertained on rainy or unbearably hot days around Clemson? You’ve come to the right place. We’ve gathered up ten great indoor places to visit in and around Clemson, SC.
Have you visited Sadlers Creek State Park? There are 47 South Carolina State Parks and many are definitely worth the drive from Greenville. KAG Contributor Andrea Beam is exploring the state parks across South Carolina. After she visited Sadlers Creek State Park she wanted to share her visit with our readers. We think you’ll love the beautiful scenery and amenities of this state park in Anderson, SC.
Have you heard about the geology museum at Clemson University in South Carolina? The Bob Campbell Geology Museum on Clemson’s campus near Anderson is packed full of interesting gems, crystals, rocks, and even dinosaur fossils. The impressive collection is educational, but tons of fun! You will walk away with a newfound appreciation for all of the things hidden beneath the surface of the earth. It’s certainly worth a visit if you’re in the area.Due to severe damage the museum suffered in December 2022, the museum will be closed for repairs until further notice.