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7700 Two Notch Rd., Columbia, SC, US, 29223

  • Phone: (803) 788-5544
  • Fax: (803) 217-3941
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Attractions

»Fort Jackson

One of the installations of the U.S military, Fort Jackson is an active fortification of the army that also acts as a training center. Built in 1917, this fort has been active and has served the military through both the World Wars, and continues to be a much used facility. The fort is also home to the Chaplain Corps Museum. See the website to know more.

4394 Strom Thurmond Boulevard
Columbia, SC 29207

»Eau Claire Town Hall and Survey Publishing Company Building

The distinguished Eau Claire Town Hall and Survey Publishing Company Building was basically constructed for the Survey Publishing Company. The construction of the building commenced in 1912 and was completed by 1914. It spans over a land cover of 0.4 acres (0.16 hectares). Built by renowned architect J. Caroll Johnson, it traces the Early Commercial style of architecture. It is predominantly a two story brick structure coupled with an asymmetrical plan. It also features a four story tower to the southeast corner. The site was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1979.

3904 Monticello Road
Columbia, SC 29203

»Hampton-Preston Mansion

Hampton-Preston Mansion is touted as one of the most ancient landmarks of the city. This palatial mansion was home to the influential and elite families, Prestons and Hamptons. The furniture and displays in the house speak volumes about the rich and lavish lifestyles of its past occupants. It showcases collectibles, artifacts, ceramics and other objects that are arranged in chronological order. Temporary exhibits too are based on interesting themes like Victorian Mourning Clothing or Gothic Fashions that take us back to the bygone era. The grounds of this property are available for private events and are one of the most coveted event venues of Columbia. For more details, check website.

1615 Blanding Street
Columbia, SC 29201

»Thomas Woodrow Wilson Boyhood Home

The Thomas Woodrow Wilson Boyhood Home is located at Columbia, South Carolina. It was was of the childhood homes of Woodrow Wilson, the 28th President of the United States. This house was built in the year 1872 in the cottage style of architecture. The house has got completely in 2013 C.E and it got listed on the National Registrar of Historic Places on February 23, 1972.

1705 Hampton Street
Columbia, SC 29201

»Robert Mills House & Garden

Robert Mills House & Garden was the residence of the renowned American architect Robert Mills. A glance at this structure will give you complete idea of his architectural brilliance and his aptitude for raising splendid buildings.

1616 Blanding Street
Columbia, SC 29201

»Modjeska Monteith Simkins House

This beautiful structure is a historic residential building located in downtown Columbia. It was built between 1890–1900 and has a mixture of architectural styles. The house belonged to Modjeska Monteith Simkins, who played a crucial role in the Civil Rights Movement. She stayed here from the 1930's untill her death. The house does not have any tours that could let you peep into the activists's life, but it available for visits and group meetings. A reservation has to be done prior to your visit.

2025 Marion Street
Columbia, SC 29201

»Mann-Simons Cottage

Mann-Simons Cottage is one of the important landmarks in town. Now a museum, the tour takes you through the entire house and adjoining gardens; check out the collection, furniture and other artifacts from the nineteenth century.

1403 Richland Street
Columbia, SC 29201

»Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Columbia (UUCC)

Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Columbia or the UUCC is more of a spiritual center. Its aim is to support each other in spiritual endeavors and treat everyone equally. The UUCC offers diverse programs for people from different backgrounds and age groups pertaining to religion and related topics. It hosts lecture, sermons, workshops, educational programs, community events, concerts and similar events on a regular basis. It also has an event hall available for social functions like weddings ans baptism. Call for more details.

2701 Heyward Street
Columbia, SC 29205

»Ebenezer Lutheran Church

Built in 1931, the Ebenezer Lutheran Church is a chapel that aims to spread the message of Lord and nurture faith in one and all. This church accommodates everyone sans any barriers or hassles. It has various classes and groups that cater to the requirements and issues of people from diverse age-groups. Apart from the regular church services and religious festivals, Ebenezer Lutheran Church also hosts choir concerts, group picnics, friendly luncheons and similar events on a regular basis. For more details, call ahead.

1301 Richland Street
Columbia, SC 29201

»Washington Street United Methodist Church

Founded in 1872, the Washington Street United Methodist Church is an integral part of the city. Though a historical landmark, it is still intact and continues to serve the community and offer religious services. Check website for details.

1401 Washington Street
Columbia, SC 29201

»First Presbyterian Church

The First Presbyterian Church is an eloquent and celebrated church structure in Columbia, South Carolina. It was built in 1850s and still stands stern even today. The Church strives and reaches varied neighborhoods through the entire Columbia. Carrying great historic importance, the church has also featured in the National Register of Historic Places.

1324 Marion Street
Columbia, SC 29201

»South Carolina State House

South Carolina State House is the official state capitol building and it houses the South Carolina General Assembly. Work on this grand Greek Revival-style building began in 1851, but ran into issues with the architect and construction, so work was halted for some years. After a redesign, construction was once again stopped during the Civil War, even suffering some damage from General Sherman's cannons. Construction was only finally being completed in 1907, more than 50 years after its initial conception. The state house grounds today are home to several monuments including one honoring the history of African-Americans and one paying tribute to those who lost their lives as a part of the Confederate Army.

1200 Gervais Street
Columbia, SC 29201
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