A Tiny Town

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 555 Latham Rd Easley SC 29640  See map

A tiny village that warms the hearts of visitors is hidden in Easley.

Created in 1974 and dubbed the name Tiny Town, this light display is one-of-a-kind. Located at 555 Latham Road in Easley, the light display is free to visit, but donations are accepted at the wishing well at the site to help keep the lights on.

Opening each year on Thanksgiving, the lights stay on from 5:30 to 10 p.m. nightly through Jan. 1. The tiny buildings include a church, McDonald's and a fire station.

Amy Barton December 08, 2011 at 07:18 PM
I take the kids every year and they love it. Well worth the short drive.
Judy December 30, 2011 at 05:48 PM
When I moved to South Carolina in 1984, Tiny Town was the first place I was taken to by my husband's family. I have since become friends with Bill Jennings who is carring on his family tradition of opening Tiny Town to the public each year. I highly recommend this family attraction to everyone especially the children who get to see Santa Claus, ride ponies and enjoy the lighted houses while the adults sit around the large fire and remember all the years of coming to Tiny Town. Thanks Bill!


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