Columbia Museum of Art
The Columbia Museum of Art is South Carolina’s premier international art museum with a collection of European and American fine and decorative art that spans several centuries. It includes a Renaissance and Baroque collection and a decorative arts holding with around 3,000 objects ranging from the 17th to 20th centuries, including art glass by Lois Comfort Tiffany.
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Lexington County Museum
231 Fox Street, Lexington, SC 29072 | 803-359-8369
The Lexington County Museum offers a rare & unforgettable experience with structures & artifacts that focus on the everyday lives of Lexington County residents from the colonial period to the Civil War. Located on 7 acres of land, the Museum features 36 historic structures including the oldest house in Lexington. The Museum features locally made furniture, textiles, pottery, and weapons. Visit the Museum to experience a way of life gone forever! Learn more at www.lex-co.com.
Edventure Children’s Museum
Visit Eddie, the World’s Largest Child, at the EdVenture Children’s Museum in downtown Columbia. Eddie is forty-feet tall and he is sitting down! Journey through Eddie’s body and visit his brain, heart, stomach and more! Other hands on exhibits that are sure to entertain the entire family include: Critter Garden, My Backyard, The Great Outdoors and World of Work. Check out their website to find out what seasonal displays they currently have to offer! www.edventure.org
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Associated Model Railroads of Columbia
1800 Lincoln Street, Columbia, SC 29201
AMROC is dedicated to the promotion & operation of Model Railroading. They are open on Thursday nights (except the first Thursday of the month) at 7:30pm, free to the public. They often allow young future engineers to play with a throttle. Visitors, especially young, may bring their model trains down & run them. They are located in the lower floor of Arsenal Hill on the corner of Lincoln & Laurel streets. Learn more at www.amroc.org.
South Carolina State Museum
The State Museum is located in our “biggest artifact” – the Columbia Mill textile building that was built in 1893! Learn about South Carolina’s art, cultural history, science & technology and natural history at the South Carolina State Museum. Enjoy entertaining, interconnected displays, exhibits and programs.
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