Conway is one of the oldest towns in South Carolina. Originally named Kingston, the town was created in 1734 as part of the Royal Governor Robert Johnson’s Township Scheme.
Conway’s past has been proudly preserved. The historic sites trails map lists 39 historic sites, significant buildings, and distinctive homes. Seventeen of these sites are listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Conway has also earned the distinctions of A City of Character and Tree City USA.
For more information about the City of Conway and the municipal government, visit www.cityofconway.com.