From heart-pounding action at the Track Too Tough To Tame to a more simple, leisurely walk through one of our historic districts,
there’s something different about Darlington.
Maybe it’s the parks, teeming with oak trees and wild flowers. Maybe it rides with Our Pat.
One thing’s for sure: You’ll have a grand old time finding out.
**Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, some of these Attractions may have altered hours or access.**
Darlington Antiques Trail is a great way to spend a Saturday! Come to Darlington for a historic day and tour our fine collection of antique malls and locally owned shops!Read more
Darlington Historical Districts
Explore our five Nationally recognized historical districts!Read more
The City of Darlington was named one of the 10 best cities for NASCAR fans! Since 1950, Darlington Raceway has hosted racing events on the NASCAR racing circuit, including the famed NASCAR CUP SERIES Southern 500.Read more
The Darlington Country Club is the home of a challenging 18-hole golf course bordering beautiful Black Creek, an Olympic size swimming pool, tennis and pickle ball courts, as well as a spacious club house!Read more
Our Pat is a retired Fire Steamer that served as the Darlington Fire Department’s only pump truck for many years. In the 1980’s, Darlington Fire Chief Jim Stone and his staff began a restoration of Our Pat. In 1993, “Our Pat” was returned to her old home at Darlington’s original fire department.Read more
Visit the woodland reserve for native plants and wildlife, Williamson Park. Take a stroll under shady trees at the Frank & Mary Sue Wells Park on Main Street and visit the Old Cotton Mill Memorial Park on Pearl Street.Read more
Take U.S. 74 East toward Monroe. Turn right onto U.S. 601 South. Continue onto S.C. 151 South. Stay on S.C. 151 for about 50 miles, and you will arrive in Darlington.
From Myrtle Beach
Take U.S. 501 North through Conway. Take a slight left onto S.C. 576 near Marion, and then continue onto U.S. 76 West. Take a right onto S.C. 327 North to I-95. Take I-95 South to Exit 164. Turn right off the interstate onto U.S. 52 toward Darlington. In about 10 minutes, you will arrive downtown.
Take Exit 164 onto U.S. 52 toward Darlington. In about 10 minutes, you will arrive downtown.