Murrells Inlet, South Carolina
Art, Botanical Garden, Natural History, Zoo
Walterboro, South Carolina
Art, Culture, History, Natural History
The Colleton Museum is a local natural and cultural history museum. At the moment we are crammed into a small space with few personel and even fewer opportunities to properly interpret the artifacts in our care. We would like to see the museum inhabit a larger space with properly curated exhibits that capture the unique history of the Colleton County Lowcountry of South Carolina.
Hopkins, South Carolina
Natural History, Park
Welcome to the largest remnant of old-growth floodplain forest remaining on the continent! Experience national and state champion trees, towering to record size amidst astonishing biodiversity. Walk, paddle or just relax within this dynamic floodplain ecosystem. Beauty and tranquility reign supreme in the midst of this natural treasure.
Congaree National Park houses a museum quality exhibit area within the Harry Hampton Visitor Center, a 2.
Conway, South Carolina
History, Natural History
History, Prehistory, Natural History of the Coastal Plain of South Carolina including the Grand Strand.
Moncks Corner, South Carolina
History, Historical Society, Natural History, Nature Centers
Greenville, South Carolina
Anthropology, Arboretum, Botanical Garden, Children's, Natural History, Nature Centers, Science, Specialized
Roper Mountain Science Center exists because of a unique partnership of public ownership, corporate sponsorship, private support, and volunteers. The primary mission of the center is to foster enhanced learning and growth opportunities through educational excellence and high quality instructional programs for students, teachers, and the general public. Science enrichment programs are presented in an exciting and entertaining manner that makes learning fun.
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.
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.