Welcome to the
Greenville Council of Garden Clubs!
You are most welcome to visit our historic 1830s house, the only historic home open to the public in Greenville. Docent led tours are Wed. Thurs, and Fri. from 10am to 2pm and free of charge, a donation to maintain the house is appreciated! The public gardens & Accredited Arboretum are open daily during daylight hours. Remember to bring a mask to use during your house tour.
We are located at 560 N. Academy Street, Greenville, 29601. Tel. 864.232.3020
Our 1838 historic home needs a new roof!
Your donation is appreciated! Click here to donate by credit card or mail a tax deductible check to our address above!
Please Note New Roof on the memo line
IT’S BEGINNING TO LOOK A LOT LIKE CHRISTMAS AT THE KILGORE-LEWIS HOUSE AS CITY FIREMEN ASSIST IN DECORATING THE FRONT WINDOWS! THANK YOU!
Important Dates on our Calendar
November 30- December 4 Christmas Decorating at KLH
December 04 City of Greenville Arbor Day Celebrations at KLH 4pm
December 05 Christmas Preview Party at KLH 630-8pm Sweets, beverages, no charge
December 06 Christmas Holiday Drop In at KLH 2-4pm OPEN TO THE COMMUNITY
December 21-January 6 Christmas Holidays HOUSE CLOSED
|Our new GARDEN LIBRARY is coming soon! Choose from a variety of gardening themed books, learn how to tap into the Greenville Library System for garden books on your tablet or home computer and have free access to its gardening books and digital media collections.|
The Kilgore-Lewis House is Growing into our History!
Plans are being made for an education and history museum upstairs. Volunteers are needed for many areas of planning, implementation and programing. Find out how you can get involved by contacting us:
Gail Brewer 864.704.4549 or [email protected]
Joyce Moore 864.270.5033 or [email protected]
Pathways Thru History to our Future
Reflections in a Distant Mirror – Rotating exhibits of KLH history, important past events in garden history and how gardening connects us from the past to the future.
Bringing the Future into Focus – Rotating exhibits from how garden clubs improve quality of life in our communities today, to children’s gardening, and to our own GCGC Arboretum, Greenville’s first accredited urban arboretum.
A guest lecture series is planned on a range of topics- Women in Garden History, Living in 1700s Greenville, Certified Backyard Wildlife Habitats, Trees in our Lives, etc.
More than just an historic house, Kilgore-Lewis is an inviting place to visit or to hold your special event!
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|Elegance and spaciousness make the Kilgore-Lewis property a favorite spot for weddings and other events.||This lovely house and the spring in its gardens are listed on the National Register of Historic Places.||The Kilgore-Lewis House serves as the headquarters of the Greenville Council of Garden Clubs.|
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Expecting THE ring soon? Kilgore-Lewis, an historic house built in 1838 with 3.5 acres of gardens on a small lake, is the ideal place for a wedding day that will be more beautiful than you can dream in a location that is close to downtown but feels like a secret romantic hideaway! Come see for yourself!