The South Carolina State Museum will hold one of its ever-popular Dollar Days on Sunday, May 4. Museum Dollar Days are held on the first Sunday of the month. Admission to the State Museum will be $1, a substantial saving over the regular admission, However, there is an extra charge for the King Tut exhibit.
The State Museum, located in the old duck mill building at 301 Gervais Street, has 4 floors and by its own admission is “South Carolina under one roof.” Divided into art, natural history, science and technology, and cultural history, there is something for everyone.
There is also a well-stocked gift shop, the Cotton Mill Exchange. The Museum is an excellent place to learn about our state and is an incredible bargain on dollar day.
The Museum is currently undergoing some renovations. Accordingly, the front entrance is closed and visitors enter from the covered parking deck on the western, or river, side of the building.
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