Farmers Hall – Pendleton, South Carolina
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The Pendleton Farmers Society was organized in 1815. Members built this meeting house, Farmers Hall, between 1826 and 1828. Today it is our nation’s oldest farmers hall still in continuous use.
The two-story classic Greek revival building is located on Exchange Street, where it serves as a centerpiece of downtown Pendleton. Local farmers use the second floor for events. The first floor was originally used by the US Postal Service but it has since been converted into a restaurant called 1826 on the Green.
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Address: 105 Exchange Street, Pendleton, SC 29670
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