Are You Ready for the Lunney House?

Are you ready to tour a charming and historic home? If so, you are ready for the Lunney House Museum!
Located in the city of Seneca is a beautiful example of “Arts & Crafts” architecture built in the early 1900’s. This bungalow is listed on the National Register of Historic Places as well as the South Carolina National Heritage Corridor. The residence was constructed in 1909 by Dr. and Mrs. W.J. Lunney and occupied by family until 1969. Part of the home is the infamous “two-seater” outhouse! We will let you explore that for yourself.
Today, the structure stands as a lovely reminder of days gone by as a museum. Open Thursdays through Sundays from 1-5pm, this home is worth the stop! In addition to the home itself, inside is a collection of various other Victorian items. No charge for admission but donations are appreciated.
For more information, please visit the museum’s website by clicking here.