NEW OPERATING HOURS AND CLOSURES
Effective 3.10.13 UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE: Visitor Center & parking is CLOSED Wednesdays & Thursdays. Fridays - Tuesdays, the park will be open 10 AM - 4 PM. Star Fort Pond is CLOSED 9 AM Sundays – 9 AM Tuesdays.
Plan Your Visit
More Revolutionary War battles & skirmishes took place in South Carolina than any other colony during the American Revolution.
Ninety Six National Historic Site is home to two Revolutionary War battle sites.
When you visit, you will see the original 1781 Star Fort and siege trenches, historic roads like the Cherokee Path & Charleston Road, the original town sites of Ninety Six & Cambridge, the reconstructed Stockade Fort, an historic Log House, interpreted as the Black Swan Tavern, & much more!
Come learn about Ninety Six's Colonial History.
Spend an hour. Spend the day.
Did You Know?
During the Siege of Ninety Six, Patriots built a Maham Tower. Sharpshooters were able to fire into the Loyalist held Star Fort. The Loyalists tried to burn the tower but it was made of green wood & would not burn. The original was 30 ft tall, but our replica at Ninety Six NHS is only 10 ft tall.