Due to COVID restrictions on group sizes, tickets are required.

The annual Greer Ghost Tours are back! Learn something new about Greer's history. These are fun walking tours which begin at the train depot on the corner of Randall and Trade streets (here) and end at the Greer Heritage Museum. Each tour will take 30 to 45 minutes. In case of rain, meet at the Greer Heritage Museum (here).


The VisionHelping every person 
find their place in the story that is Greer.

GHM desires to become an integral part of the educational and cultural fabric of Greer through meaningful and memorable educational experiences that meet the public where they are, transport them to a different place and time, and use the past to inform their present. We will help everyone find their place in the ongoing story that is Greer.

If you don’t know history,
then you don’t know anything.

You are a leaf
that doesn’t know it is part of a tree.Michael Crichton


We promise: we’ll send them only when it's really important. And we’ll never share your information.

our MissionStudy the past 
to impact the future.

As a repository of local history, Greer Heritage Museum fosters appreciation for the history and culture of Greer, SC and its environs through educational exhibit of artifacts, engaging events, the study of local history and genealogy, original research, and compelling storytelling.

campaign 2020Our next steps:

Step 1: Cast a compelling vision

of a thriving GHM that engages the community in valuable interactive educational experiences.

Step 2: Build an extensive team

of community partners including businesses, government, educational institutions, donors, volunteers, and history and museum specialists.

Step 3: Enhance the museum’s reach,

image, and professionalism to make it a compelling organization for the whole community.

volunteers are the heartJoin our team!



Guide our guests through the story of Greer and help them discover how they fit in it!


No skill needed — we need help with all sorts of tasks like office work, filing, scanning, sorting, transcribing, and calling.


Whatever your skill, let’s talk. Woodworkers and web techs are needed just as much as historians and museum specialists!