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Rock Hill is the fourth biggest city in South Carolina, being home to close to 70,000 people. It is also the biggest city in York County, and the only city in the Charlotte metropolitan area that is located in South Carolina. The city has been named as one of the 100 best cities for young people by America's Promise Alliance. It has also been named All-American City by the National civic League.

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Entertainment & Amusement Parks

Check out the Catawba high Stakes Bingo, which has recently reopened in 2014 after a $365,000 renovation. The bingo parlor has 1,300 seats while also having electronic bingo terminals as well. Jackpots here reach $100,000!

Arts & Culture

Catawba Cultural Center gives you a chance to learn more about the culture, history and lives of the Catawba Indian Nation. The center is also an educational center where you can learn about how to tend to vegetables in a garden, or learn traditional sports. It also holds a yearly Pow Wow.

Main Street Children's Museum has interactive and educational activities for children six years old and younger. Creative play is what the museum does best, taking inspiration from the works of illustrator Vernon Grant. Grant lived in the city. While the Museum of York County features exhibits that touches on natural history, local history, art and the decorative arts.

You can also check out the performances of NarroWay Productions, which puts up Broadway shows, musicals, holiday shows, Easter productions, mystery theater, and other large-scale shows. Meanwhile the Rock Hill Community Theatre is funded by the state. The live theater company performs at the Community Performance Center on E Main St.

You can also check out the art galleries here, including Gallery Up, Grace with Fire, Basement Gallery, Loading dock Gallery, the Stoney Toad, and the Winthrop University Galleries.

Festivals and annual events. Rock Hill is home to several festivals and annual events. There's the Come-See-Me Festival that attracts at least 125,000 people every spring. The festival has been voted at the state's top festival in the past. You also have the Red, White and Boom Festival, which happens on Independence Day. The Arts Council of York County also has the Blues & Jazz Festival where you have the best jazz and blues musicians performing over the first weekend in October. The event also features musical events for kids, and a restaurant walk.

You can also attend the Underexposed Film Festival YC, also hosted by the Arts Council. The festival gives you independent short films from all over the world. Further, you have the ChristmasVille Rock Hill, a winter festival that is held during the first week of December.

Restaurants & Shopping

Be sure to check out Rock Hill Galleria, which has four anchor tenants in Walmart, Belk, JCPenney, and Sears. The regional shopping mall has more than five dozen stores, shops and restaurants under its roof. You could also go to the Manchester Village Shopping Center, where you can have a wide selection of shops and restaurants, or you can just relax at the movies.

Then you also have the small businesses here that you can patronize. Local businesses offer everything you need. Some of the best that you can check out include Two Social Butterflies, Nichols Store, and Carolina Sportsman.

Restaurants. One of the best restaurants you can go to is Ichiro. They serve Japanese food and sushi. For more sushi places, check out Amber Buffet & Hibachi, Sakura Japanese Steakhouse + Sushi, and Bamboo Garden. More Japanese restaurants here include Koizumi Express and Hibachi Express.

Then you also have the Empire Pizza and Bar, where you can watch your favorite sports while enjoying great pizzas. Other places that serve great pizzas in the city are Millstone Pizza and Taproom, Ledo Pizza - Rock Hill, Luigi's Pizzeria, and Papa Murphy's.

Other sports bars in the city include Luke's Sports Bar & Grill, Buffalo Wild Wings, and Cheap Seats Sports Bar & Grill.

If you are feeling tired from your traveling, check out the Culina Modern Comfort Food where you could order hearty salads, along with other delicious dishes. Then satisfy your craving for bread at Amelie's French Bakery, Nova's Bakery or Grumpy Brothers.

Locals who love Thai food also love Sila Thai. Order their pad Thai and discover a new favorite. You can also go to Happy Garden the Thai Palace for more Siamese food. Then if you love burgers, check out Five & Dime, Steak 'n Shake, and Five Guys Burgers and Fries.

Other great restaurants you can eat at in Rock Hill include:

  • Bob Evans
  • Charanda Mexican Grill & Cantina
  • Cook Out
  • Cracker Barrel Old Country Store
  • Newk's Express Cafe'
  • Nishie G's Cafe
  • Shrimp Boat
  • The Honey Baked Ham Company & Cafe
  • Throwback Kitchen

Golf Courses & Sports Venues

Rock Hill hosts the United States Disc Golf Championship at the Winthrop Gold Course every other year. This is one of the most well-known and prestigious tournaments in the sport. The city also hosts the US Youth Soccer National Championships, which brings together the winners of state competitions and the top teams of the US Youth Soccer National League.

The city also has several sports venues. Check out the Winthrop University Recreation Complex, which spans 350 acres of space. It features the Winthrop Coliseum, which accommodates 6,000 people who troop there to watch the university's basketball teams in action. You also have the Winthrop Ballpark and the Terry Field here, as well as the Eagle Field, Irwin Belk Track Complex, Memorial Courts, and the Lois Rhame West Health, Physical Education and Wellness Center.

Then you have the Manchester Meadows Complex, which occupies 70 acres of space and has several soccer fields. Meanwhile, the South Pointe High Sports Complex has a softball and baseball stadium, tennis courts, football stadium and soccer fields.

Another venue where you could watch games here is the Cherry Park Sports Complex, which features five lit softball and baseball fields, as well as trails, picnic shelters, playgrounds and concessions. The Rock Hill Outdoor Center at Riverwalk has the Giordana Velodrome Track, the Piedmont Medical Center Trail, mountain biking trails, canoe and kayak launch. Several athletic fields and a cyclocross course are planned in the future.

Other venues you could find in Rock Hill are Hargett Park, Rock Hill District 3 Stadium, District Three South Stadium, and Rock Hill School District Stadium South.

Lastly, if you want to enjoy a relaxing round of golf, there is Rock Hill Country Club, Winthrop University Golf Course, Pinetuck Golf Club, and Waterford Golf Club.

Historical Sites & Landmarks

Be sure to go around the city and read the historical markers that commemorate various events and attractions in the city, including the Friendship Nine, the Anderson motor Company, the historic White home and the Clinton Junior College, among others.

One of the best known symbols of Rock Hill are the Civitas statues that were placed on Dave Lyle Boulevard in the 1990s. Each of the four statues has a disc that signifies the four pillars of the city's economy: The Gears of Industry, Bolts of Energy, Flames of Knowledge, and Stars of Inspiration. Each of these statues stand 22 feet tall and are created out of bronze by Audrey Flack. Then you have the fifth Civitas statue that you can find downtown.

Comporium Telephone Museum gives you a chance to see what life was like in the city before all the communications technology that we now take for granted. It also tells you about the history of Rock Hill Telephone Company, as well as getting to know repairmen, installers and operators.

Then you have White Home, a historic house that is now used as a museum depicting the life of the White family who founded the town of Rock Hill.

Rock Hill has more than two dozen historic sites that are listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Aside from the historic White House, you can also visit these historic houses: Anderson House, McCorkle-Fewell-Long House, and Stokes-Mayfield House.

Then you should also check out the historic districts here that contains a number of historic sites all in close proximity to one another. There is the:

  • Charlotte Avenue-Aiken Avenue Historic District
  • Marion Street Area Historic District
  • Reid Street-North Confederate Avenue Area Historic District
  • Rock Hill Downtown Historic District
  • Winthrop College Historic District

Further, you have the historic churches such as First Presbyterian Church, Hermon Presbyterian Church, and Mount Prospect Baptist Church, as well as the schools: Catawba Rosenwald School and Ebenezer Academy.

Other sites on the register are:

  • Afro-American Insurance Company Building
  • Bleachery Water Treatment Plant
  • Highland Park Manufacturing Plant and Cotton Oil Complex
  • Laurelwood Cemetery
  • Nation Ford Fish Weir
  • People's National Bank Building
  • Rock Hill Body Company
  • Rock Hill Cotton Factory
  • Rock Hill Printing and Finishing Company
  • Tillman Hall
  • US Post Office and Courthouse
  • Withers Building

Parks & Outdoor Activities

The city's park system includes close to three dozen parks, a botanical garden, four recreational centers, and miles and miles of trails.

If you are looking for tot lots and playgrounds, then you would be delighted to know that the city has several great play areas for kids.

  • Arcade Victoria Park
  • Boyd Hill Park
  • Cedar Crest Park
  • Confederate Park
  • East Moore Street Park
  • Emmett Scott Park
  • Lige Street Park
  • Oakwood Acres Park
  • Southland Park
  • Spencer Park
  • Workman Street Park

Recreational activities at the city's parks include:

  • Boating & fishing. You could go to Ebenezer Park for some great boating and fishing time. The park also has around five dozen campsites, three ramps, and a beach area.
  • Disc golf. You can play a relaxing round of disc golf at the Winthrop Disc Golf. Or you can go to Fewell Park, where you can enjoy the disc golf, as well as playground, walking trails and a recreation center. Another great disc golf venue is Boyd Hill, where you can also play at the playground, basketball court, baseball field as well as have a picnic or take a challenging hike. Further, you can play disc golf at Camp Canaan.
  • Swimming. Be sure to check out the world class facility that features a ten lane competition pool and a warm water pool.
  • Horseshoe. You can play at the horseshoe pits at Highland Park, where you have eight courts, a playground, a basketball court and six shuffleboard courts.

Other Points of Interest

Take the kids to Settlemyre. The planetarium is the only full dome and digital theater in the area. You can explore a wide variety of scientific exhibits here, anything from the Milky Way to the night skies in South Carolina.

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