The Walhalla Performing Arts Center strives to provide a world-class facility for performances, conferences and special events in order to enhance the cultural and social life of Upstate South Carolina.
Originally a grade school built in 1903, this auditorium was added in 1913. When the building no longer suited school district needs, it lay empty until a group of citizens began discussing how to breathe new life into a wonderful building. In 1993 the Walhalla Auditorium Restoration Committee created a charter, obtained a lease and a 501(c)3 designation and restoration began. The first performance happened in August 2003 when Emile Pandolfi played to a full house.
The Walhalla Civic Auditorium complex is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
End of the Road Studios
End of the Road Studios is home to artists Robin Anne Cooper and Stan DuBose. They also host openings for other professional artists annually.