Formerly the Pickens County Jail, this historic structure is now the Pickens County Museum of Art & History. The two-story brick building, whose most unique feature is its crenellated tower, was constructed in 1903. It operated as a jail until 1975 when it became a museum. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1979. The museum features three art galleries and a few exhibits displaying local artifacts dating from ancient times to the present.