Places to Visit in S.C.

Find out about some of the places you can visit in different areas of our state...that are not all that far away! Enjoy your travels!

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The Catawba  Cultural Center | Let's Go!
The Catawba Cultural Center | Let's Go!

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At the Catawba Cultural Center visitors can learn about many important aspects of the traditions of the Catawba people. The museum includes various displays on the tribe's important chiefs, the unique...
Fort Hill Photo Gallery | Let's Go!
Fort Hill Photo Gallery | Let's Go!

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Fort Hill, the antebellum plantation of John C. Calhoun, South Carolina’s pre-eminent 19th century statesman, started as a four-room Clergy Hall. Through a succession of Calhoun-Clemson women, Fort...
Woodrow Wilson Family Home | Let's Go!
Woodrow Wilson Family Home | Let's Go!

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The Woodrow Wilson House in Columbia is the only museum in the nation dedicated to telling the story of Reconstruction. Reconstruction - the period after the end of the Civil War - remains one of the...
Brookgreen Gardens | South Carolina Public Radio
Brookgreen Gardens | South Carolina Public Radio

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"B" is for Brookgreen Gardens. The Archer M. and Anna Hyatt Huntington Sculpture Gardens at Brookgreen rests on thirty acres of display gardens in the middle of some 9,100 acres of the South Carolina...
Mills, Robert | South Carolina Public Radio
Mills, Robert | South Carolina Public Radio

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"M" is for Mills, Robert (1781-1855). Architect, engineer, author. A native of Charleston, Mills studied architecture with James Hoban, Thomas Jefferson and Benjamin Latrobe. Settling in Philadelphia...
Columbia | South Carolina Public Radio
Columbia | South Carolina Public Radio

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"C" is for Columbia (Richland County; 2010 population 130,493). Named for Christopher Columbus and created in 1786 as the nation’s first truly planned capital city, Columbia has a unique history...
S.C. State Museum | 27:Fifty
S.C. State Museum | 27:Fifty

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Host Rich Panter takes viewers around the South Carolina State Museum. Originally built in 1894 as the Columbia Mill, it was the first electrically powered textile mill in the world. The building was...
UFO Welcome Center | Palmetto Scene
UFO Welcome Center | Palmetto Scene

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Bowman, S.C. is home to the UFO Welcome Center. Jody, the creator, is full of interesting ideas and stories that he is happy to share with guests who stop by to say hello. By walking through his...