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.

Grades 3-12

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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Jefferson Davis Highway | The SC State House
Jefferson Davis Highway | The SC State House

Photo

This marker commemorates the Jefferson Davis Highway, which was named after the president of the Confederate States of America. It was erected in 1923 by the United Daughters of the Confederacy.
Lamar High School Overview | Let's Go!
Lamar High School Overview | Let's Go!

Video

Lamar High School in Darlington County, South Carolina, was the site of an attack on school buses carrying African American students to the campus on March 3, 1970. In January 1970, the 4th Circuit...
Lamar High School Photo Gallery | Let's Go!
Lamar High School Photo Gallery | Let's Go!

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Lamar High School in Darlington County, South Carolina, was the site of an attack on school buses carrying African American students to the campus on March 3, 1970. In January 1970, the 4th Circuit...
Let's Go! - VR Instructions
Let's Go! - VR Instructions

Document

To View VRs on a DESKTOP COMPUTER, click the links below: H.L. Hunley Museum Historic Brattonsville Homestead House Old Exchange & Dungeon Powder Magazine South Carolina State House USS Yorktown...
Lunsford Grave | The SC State House
Lunsford Grave | The SC State House

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The inscription reads: “Captain Swanson Lunsford, a native of Va., and for many years a resident of Columbia. Died August 7, 1799 . . . Aged about 40 years. He was a member of Lee’s Legion in the...
Mahkia Green - Civil Rights Protests
Mahkia Green - Civil Rights Protests

Document

Students will use the video "Rise Up" by Mahkia Green and other research to compare and contrast social justice protesters from the past and today.
Main Lobby Art | The SC State House
Main Lobby Art | The SC State House

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As is common with other areas of the State House, memorials, statuary, and other objects of art can be seen in the main lobby. These include a marble replica of the Ordinance of Secession, a memorial...

Partners

Center for Civil Rights History and Research

Center for Civil Rights History and Research

The University of South Carolina Center for Civil Rights History & Research is an organization dedicated to telling and preserving South Carolina’s civil rights story. Visit the official website.
CLEMSON UNIVERSITY

CLEMSON UNIVERSITY

Clemson University is a leading public research institution located in Upstate South Carolina. Here, researchers create solutions that change the world.
Historic Columbia

Historic Columbia

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