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Saluda, South Carolina
History
Summerton, South Carolina
Arboretum, Archaeology, History, Natural History, Nature Centers, Park
Santee NWR, established in 1941, is located in Clarendon County, South Carolina. Of the total 13,000 acres that make up the refuge, only 4,400 acres are owned with the remaining acreage being managed under a lease agreement with the South Carolina Public Service Authority (aka Santee-Cooper). The refuge also manages 10 conservation easements on private lands, totalling 458 acres in Bamberg, Barnwell, Clarendon and Orangeburg counties.
New Ellenton, South Carolina
History
Charleston, South Carolina
Aquarium
Columbia, South Carolina
Walterboro, South Carolina
Art
Located near Charleston, SC, The South Carolina Artisans Center is home to the state’s most talented artists and artisans. Whether the medium be clay, metal, glass, wood fiber or film, more than 250 juried artists guarantee work of exceptional quality. Come and find South Carolina’s most unique garden sculptures, loomed shawls, hand-made jewelry, photography and sweet grass baskets.
Clemson, South Carolina
Botanical Garden
Columbia, South Carolina
History
Bishopville, South Carolina
History
Columbia, South Carolina
Specialized
Columbia, South Carolina
Culture, History, Historic House, Library
Built in 1855 as the officers' quarters for Arsenal Military Academy, the Mansion has been the residence of S.C. governors since 1868.
Myrtle Beach, South Carolina
History
Charleston, South Carolina
Historical Society
Columbia, South Carolina
History
Columbia, South Carolina
History
Columbia, South Carolina
Park
Winnsboro, South Carolina
Columbia, South Carolina
Art, History, Natural History, Science
The South Carolina State Museum is filled with the best of South Carolina history, science and technology, art and natural history. Science demonstrations, hands-on activities, fine art and a children’s center make this one of the top family attractions in the state. New additions to the collection and a continual flow of changing exhibits such as the upcoming Deadly Medicine make the Museum an exciting educational experience for guests, whether it is their first or their fifty-first visit.
Belton, South Carolina
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