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  1. President’s Day Tours | Woodrow Wilson Family Home

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    Join Historic Columbia on Monday, Feb. 19 for tours of the Woodrow Wilson Family Home: A Museum of Reconstruction to see how his time in Columbia may have influenced his decisions as President. Normally closed to the public on Mondays, there is no better way to mark President’s Day than by taking a tour of the only Presidential site in South Carolina.
  2. Christmas in the Quarters

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    Discover the Christmas holiday as it was experienced by the enslaved families in the early 19th century. This tour of Redcliffe Plantation SHS's decorated slave cabin and mansion explores the holiday with personal stories, details of plantation life around Christmas, games, crafts and more! A different theme will be explored each Saturday: Dec 2 - Food & Feasting includes a food tasting, Dec 9 - Holydays & Free Time includes a storytime, Dec 16 - Family & Friends includes a family tree craft, Dec 23 - Song & Celebration includes a Spiritual sing-a-long, Dec 30 - Gifts & Giving includes plantation games and crafts. Tour space is limited to 30 people and is first-come, first-serve. No reservations required. $7.50/Adults, $5/Ages 6 - 16, Free for 5 & under, $5/SC Seniors. Saturday, December 30th ONLY Bring a large donation of non-perishable food items (a box or bag full) and receive free admission for 2 people. Bring 2 boxes or bags of food receive free admission for 4 people, etc. Redcliffe Plantation State Historic Site is located at 181 Redcliffe Rd in Beech Island, SC. For questions please call 803-827-1473 or email redcliffe@scprt.com. Learn more about Redcliffe Plantation SHS at www.SouthCarolinaParks.com/Redcliffe.
  3. SC Historic Holiday Tours - begins today!

    The holiday season is here and Historic Columbia is pulling out all the stops! Visit us through Dec. 31, to see a variety of holiday decorations and traditions in the Robert Mills House and Hampton-Preston Mansion. Guides will provide stories of holidays past in Columbia and discuss how families decorated and entertained during the 19th and early 20th centuries. Historic Holiday Tours are free for HC members, $5 for youth and $8 for adults, and tours run through Dec. 31 with special events and programs happening along the way. Events aren’t the only way to celebrate with HC this season. Give a one-of-a-kind present and support Historic Columbia by shopping at the Gift Shop at Robert Mills. For more information, call 803.252.1770 x 23 or email reservations@historiccolumbia.org. Visit historiccolumbia.org for exact tour dates and times.
  4. SC Second Sunday Stroll | Melrose Heights

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    Explore the Melrose Heights neighborhood with Historic Columbia from 2-3:30 p.m. on Sunday, October 8 during the monthly Second Sunday Stroll presented by Seed Architecture. The guided walking tour will travel through the historic neighborhood, which was recently listed as an historic site on the National Historic Register of Historic Places. Stops will include highlights of various architectural styles, kit homes popular in the 1910s and historic locations in one of Columbia’s earliest suburbs. The tour will begin at Melrose Park located at 1500 Fairview Drive. Second Sunday Stroll is free for Historic Columbia members and $8/adult and $5/youth for non-members. Space is limited. For more information, email reservations@historiccolumbia.org or call (803) 252-1770 x 23.
  5. Second Sunday Stroll | University Hill

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    Join Historic Columbia for a Second Sunday Stroll featuring our tour of University Hill! Established between 1885 and 1950, the University Hill neighborhood features homes with a mix of architectural styles and designs from prominent regional and local architects. As one of the oldest residential communities in Columbia, this neighborhood has continued to be shaped and defined by urban renewal and the University of South Carolina’s eastward expansion. Bounded by Sumter Street, Gervais Street, Laurens Street, and Blossom Street, this portion of South Carolina’s capital city was listed as a Historic District in the National Register of Historic Places in 2004 and is protected as an architectural conservation district by the City of Columbia. Second Sunday Strolls provide a guided tour for many of the neighborhoods featured in Historic Columbia's Retrace: Connecting Communities Through History brochures. Tours are 60 - 90 minutes in length. A note on the weather: the tour will take place if it is just raining. If there is thunder/lightning in University Hill, it will be canceled. TICKET INFO: Free for members; $8/adult and $5/youth for non-members To purchase tickets, visit historiccolumbia.org, call (803) 252-1770 x 23, or email reservations@historiccolumbia.org.
  6. Dollar Sunday | Robert Mills

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    Residents of Richland and Lexington Counties are invited to take a guided tour of one of our historic house museums for just $1! This month visit the Robert Mills House & Gardens to see new exhibitions and experience a home built by one of our nation's most revered early architechs. General admission prices apply for any house tours after the first. Walk-ins welcome! Tours begin at the top of the hour from 1 pm - 4 pm. Purchase admission and meet for tours at the Gift Shop at Robert Mills.
  7. SC: Second Sunday Stroll | Melrose Heights

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    Explore the Melrose Heights neighborhood with Historic Columbia from 2-3:30 p.m. on Sunday, May 14 during the monthly Second Sunday Stroll presented by Seed Architecture. The guided walking tour will travel through the historic neighborhood, which was recently listed as an historic site on the National Historic Register of Historic Places. Stops will include highlights of various architectural styles, kit homes popular in the 1910s and historic locations in one of Columbia’s earliest suburbs. The tour will begin at Melrose Park located at 1500 Fairview Drive. Second Sunday Stroll is free for Historic Columbia members and $8/adult and $5/youth for non-members. Space is limited. To purchase tickets, visit historiccolumbia.org, email reservations@historiccolumbia.org or call (803) 252-1770 x 23.
  8. SC: Moonlight Cemetery & Secrets from the Grave Tours

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    Historic Columbia’s popular Cemetery Tours series wraps up on Thursday, September 14. Grab your flashlight and tour one of Columbia’s oldest cemeteries and discover centuries of stories etched in stone on the markers and headstones found within Elmwood Cemetery’s acres of carefully planned grounds. The perfect after-work activity, Historic Columbia’s Cemetery Tours are an event the whole family can enjoy. Choose from two tour options: “Secrets from the Grave Tours” and “Moonlight Cemetery Tours.” Tickets are $8/adult and $4/youth for members and $12/adult and $6/youth for non-members. To purchase tickets, visit historiccolumbia.org, emailreservations@historiccolumbia.org or call (803) 252-1770 x 23. Secrets from the Grave Tours, 7:30 p.m. –Study the symbols found on many of the markers and headstones in the historic Elmwood Cemetery. Moonlight Cemetery Tours, 8 & 8:30 p.m. – Tour Elmwood Cemetery and discuss the lives, burials, cemetery plots and tombstones of families and prominent citizens from Columbia's 19th and 20th centuries.
  9. SC: Moonlight Cemetery & Secrets from the Grave Tours

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    Historic Columbia’s popular Cemetery Tours series continues on Thursday, August 10. Grab your flashlight and tour one of Columbia’s oldest cemeteries and discover centuries of stories etched in stone on the markers and headstones found within Elmwood Cemetery’s acres of carefully planned grounds. The perfect after-work activity, Historic Columbia’s Cemetery Tours are an event the whole family can enjoy. Choose from two tour options: “Secrets from the Grave Tours” and “Moonlight Cemetery Tours.” Tickets are $8/adult and $4/youth for members and $12/adult and $6/youth for non-members. To purchase tickets, visit historiccolumbia.org, emailreservations@historiccolumbia.org or call (803) 252-1770 x 23. Secrets from the Grave Tours, 7:30 p.m. –Study the symbols found on many of the markers and headstones in the historic Elmwood Cemetery. Moonlight Cemetery Tours, 8 & 8:30 p.m. – Tour Elmwood Cemetery and discuss the lives, burials, cemetery plots and tombstones of families and prominent citizens from Columbia's 19th and 20th centuries.
  10. SC: Moonlight Cemetery & Secrets from the Grave Tours

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    Historic Columbia’s popular Cemetery Tours series continues on Thursday, July 13. Grab your flashlight and tour one of Columbia’s oldest cemeteries and discover centuries of stories etched in stone on the markers and headstones found within Elmwood Cemetery’s acres of carefully planned grounds. The perfect after-work activity, Historic Columbia’s Cemetery Tours are an event the whole family can enjoy. Choose from two tour options: “Secrets from the Grave Tours” and “Moonlight Cemetery Tours.” Tickets are $8/adult and $4/youth for members and $12/adult and $6/youth for non-members. To purchase tickets, visit historiccolumbia.org, emailreservations@historiccolumbia.org or call (803) 252-1770 x 23. Secrets from the Grave Tours, 7:30 p.m. –Study the symbols found on many of the markers and headstones in the historic Elmwood Cemetery. Moonlight Cemetery Tours, 8 & 8:30 p.m. – Tour Elmwood Cemetery and discuss the lives, burials, cemetery plots and tombstones of families and prominent citizens from Columbia's 19th and 20th centuries.
  11. SC: Moonlight Cemetery & Secrets from the Grave Tours

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    Historic Columbia’s popular Cemetery Tours series continues on Thursday, June 8. Grab your flashlight and tour one of Columbia’s oldest cemeteries and discover centuries of stories etched in stone on the markers and headstones found within Elmwood Cemetery’s acres of carefully planned grounds. The perfect after-work activity, Historic Columbia’s Cemetery Tours are an event the whole family can enjoy. Choose from two tour options: “Secrets from the Grave Tours” and “Moonlight Cemetery Tours.” Tickets are $8/adult and $4/youth for members and $12/adult and $6/youth for non-members. To purchase tickets, visit historiccolumbia.org, emailreservations@historiccolumbia.org or call (803) 252-1770 x 23. Secrets from the Grave Tours, 7:30 p.m. –Study the symbols found on many of the markers and headstones in the historic Elmwood Cemetery. Moonlight Cemetery Tours, 8 & 8:30 p.m. – Tour Elmwood Cemetery and discuss the lives, burials, cemetery plots and tombstones of families and prominent citizens from Columbia's 19th and 20th centuries.
  12. SC: Homeschool Friday: Arsenal Hill

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    Historic Columbia’s Homeschool Friday program continues Friday, April 5 from 10-11:30 a.m. Named for the military academy established here in 1842, Arsenal Hill includes the Governor’s Mansion and grounds, the Matthew J. Perry Courthouse, Finlay Park and a diverse residential history. Homeschool students will learn the area’s rich history, including residential, industrial, commercial, religious, educational, and governmental sites. Homeschool Friday is $5 for members, $6 for non-members and $8 for both members and non-members the day-of. This Homeschool Friday will begin at Arsenal Hill Meeting Center located at 1800 Lincoln Street. To make reservations, visit historiccolumbia.org, call (803) 252-1770 x. 26 or email cgalens@historiccolumbia.org.
  13. SC: Behind-The-Scenes Tour | 1600 Block of Main Street

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    Historic Columbia’s popular Behind-the-Scenes Tour, presented by Second Wind Heating and Air, returns for an exclusive look inside the 1600 block of Columbia’s Main Street. Visit the latest adaptive use project in progress and learn about the physical evolution of structures and about their owners and occupants. This Behind-the-Scenes Tour will highlight the construction phase of 1619-1621 Main Street, which will include a boutique bowling alley and restaurant and a private residential space. Special guest speakers include Lee Mashburn of Mashburn Construction, Lambert Architecture and preservation advocate Scott Middleton. Drinks and light refreshments are included. Tickets will be offered to Historic Columbia members first at $20/member. If tickets remain after the member pre-sale, they will open to non-members for $25/non-member on Wednesday, May 10. These tours are expected to sell-out quickly and advanced ticket sales only. Visit historiccolumbia.org, call (803) 252-7742 x 15or email lmojkowski@historiccolumbia.org to purchase tickets.
  14. SC: Moonlight Cemetery & Secrets from the Grave Tours

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    Historic Columbia’s popular Cemetery Tours series continues on Thursday, May 11. Grab your flashlight and tour one of Columbia’s oldest cemeteries and discover centuries of stories etched in stone on the markers and headstones found within Elmwood Cemetery’s acres of carefully planned grounds. The perfect after-work activity, Historic Columbia’s Cemetery Tours are an event the whole family can enjoy. Choose from two tour options: “Secrets from the Grave Tours” and “Moonlight Cemetery Tours.” Tickets are $8/adult and $4/youth for members and $12/adult and $6/youth for non-members. To purchase tickets, visit historiccolumbia.org, emailreservations@historiccolumbia.org or call (803) 252-1770 x 23. Secrets from the Grave Tours, 7:30 p.m. –Study the symbols found on many of the markers and headstones in the historic Elmwood Cemetery. Moonlight Cemetery Tours, 8 & 8:30 p.m. – Tour Elmwood Cemetery and discuss the lives, burials, cemetery plots and tombstones of families and prominent citizens from Columbia's 19th and 20th centuries.
  15. SC: Wilson and World War 1

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    University of South Carolina history professor Janet G. Hudson, Ph.D and World War I author Fritz Hamer will deliver a presentation on President Woodrow Wilson’s leadership of the U.S. involvement in World War I and the lasting effects of his decisions before, during and after the war. In addition, tours will be offered at the site and World War I soldier re-enactors will engage the public on the grounds. This event is part of World War I and America, a two-year national initiative of The Library of America presented in partnership with The Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History, the National World War I Museum and Memorial, and other organizations, with generous support from The National Endowment for the Humanities. Wilson and World War I is free and will take place at the Woodrow Wilson Family Home located at 1705 Hampton Street.
  16. SC: Moonlight Cemetery & Secrets from the Grave Tours

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    Historic Columbia’s popular Cemetery Tours series returns on Thursday, April 13. Grab your flashlight and tour one of Columbia’s oldest cemeteries and discover centuries of stories etched in stone on the markers and headstones found within Elmwood Cemetery’s acres of carefully planned grounds. The perfect after-work activity, Historic Columbia’s Cemetery Tours are an event the whole family can enjoy. Choose from two tour options: “Secrets from the Grave Tours” and “Moonlight Cemetery Tours.” Tickets are $8/adult and $4/youth for members and $12/adult and $6/youth for non-members. To purchase tickets, visit historiccolumbia.org, email reservations@historiccolumbia.org or call (803) 252-1770 x 23. · Secrets from the Grave Tours, 7:30 p.m. –Study the symbols found on many of the markers and headstones in the historic Elmwood Cemetery. · Moonlight Cemetery Tours, 8 & 8:30 p.m. – Tour Elmwood Cemetery and discuss the lives, burials, cemetery plots and tombstones of families and prominent citizens from Columbia's 19th and 20th centuries.
  17. Dollar Sunday

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    The third Sunday of the month, residents of Richland and Lexington counties are invited to tour of one of Historic Columbia’s house museums for just $1 on Dollar Sunday! On Sunday, Feb.19, visit the new exhibits at the Mann-Simons Site, the home to the same African-American family for nearly 130 years. Throughout the day, Historic Columbia will showcase artifacts that are not normally on display and will present a variety of hands-on children’s activities, including archeological dig boxes. The house will be open for guests to tour at their own pace, and guides will be available to answer any questions. Tickets can be purchased at the Mann-Simons Site located at 1403 Richland Street. General admission prices apply to all other properties.
  18. Colonial Williamsburg Visit

    We're going to Colonial Williamsburg for our annual family camping trip. We're staying at Chippokes Plantation State Park, which is located across the James River from Williamsburg. Other than the obvious Busch Gardens, Colonial Williamsburg, Jamestown Settlement and Yorktown Battlefield, is there anything any of you would recommend we add to our visit while we're there? I was there 20+ years ago when I was in the high school band, but don't really remember much from the trip (other than being sick on the tour bus ). Thanks! Beth
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