Let's Go!

Virtual reality tours of some of South Carolina’s most interesting historical sites on your desktop computer or the Matterport App. Each tour includes an overview video and photo gallery.

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Check out virtual reality tours of some of South Carolina’s most interesting historical sites on your desktop computer or the Matterport App. Each tour includes an overview video and photo gallery.

In 2020, SCETV won a Bronze Telly Award in the "Immersive & Mixed Reality Craft-Use of VR" category for Let's Go! View the press release. The Telly Awards annually showcase the best work created within television and across video for all screens. Receiving more than 12,000 entries from all 50 states and five continents, Telly Award winners represent work from some of the most respected advertising agencies, television stations, production companies and publishers from around the world.

In 2018, SCETV won the Gold AVA Digital Award for Knowitall's Let's Go! View the press release. 

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New Additions | The SC State House
New Additions | The SC State House

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While most features of the main lobby remain original, new additions include area carpets and carpet borders, and previously unused skylights, which were uncovered during renovations. Carpets: The...
Old State House Monument | The SC State House
Old State House Monument | The SC State House

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The first State House built in Columbia was large for its day, but it lacked adequate facilities for the transaction of state business and affairs. Construction began in 1787, but it was still...
Palmetto Regiment Monument | The SC State House
Palmetto Regiment Monument | The SC State House

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The Palmetto Regiment Monument, or the Iron Palmetto, was erected in 1858. It is the oldest monument on the State House grounds. Designed to honor the soldiers of the Palmetto Regiment for their...
Powder Magazine Museum | ETV Shorts
Powder Magazine Museum | ETV Shorts

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The Powder Magazine Museum is South Carolina's oldest public building. It has been a property of the non-profit the NSCDA-SC since 1902. The Powder Magazine is owned and operated by The National...
Richard Pearis | Let's Go!
Richard Pearis | Let's Go!

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When Richard Pearis established a home in the Greenville area around 1770, it was all Native American hunting ground and there were very few European settlers. He is considered the first resident of...
Richardson Monument | The SC State House
Richardson Monument | The SC State House

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Main Street in Columbia was originally named Richardson Street, in honor of Richard Richardson (1704–1780), brigadier general of the militia during the American Revolution. Richardson also served as a...

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Historic Columbia

Historic Columbia

Historic Columbia is a non-profit organization dedicated to preserving Columbia and Richland County's historic and cultural heritage.