The White Home, circa 1840, represents a unique cultural and historic resource for the citizens of York County, SC. Evolving from a small one room house in the early 19th century, the home was added to and remodeled over some forty years. Five generations of the White family lived in the home until it was purchased by Historic Rock Hill in 2005. Members of the family were instrumental in the development of Rock Hill and helped guide the town’s future through the Civil War, WWI, the devastating tornado of 1926, WWII and through the civil rights era that changed America.

Hours of Operation: Open by appointment only. Call 803-329-1020 to make an appointment.

White Home General Admission Prices: Adults (18-59) $6, Seniors (60+) $5, Youth (5-17) $3, Members of HRH – Free, 4 and younger – Free

“I’ve already spoken to my pastor about taking our church group back to Rock Hill this spring for NarroWay’s Easter program... We’ll also go to the Billy Graham Library while we’re there, and we’ll eat in Old Town in Rock Hill. My group will love it.”

Fred Weeks

Connection Christian Tours, Tuscumbia, Alabama