Celebrate South Carolina’s rich and vast history during the Inaugural History Day at the South Carolina State Museum. The day will be pack full of exciting history activities, including military reenactors, C.S.S. Hunley talks given by Hunley expert, Stoney Hilton, and a book reading and signing by the author of the Sal and Amanda children’s book series, Dr. Mary Anne Solisbee, who will be reading her latest edition to the series, Sal and Amanda Take Morgan’s Victory March to the Battle of Cowpens.
History Day is included with museum general admission or membership. The Museum is located at 301 Gervais Street. However, due to Museum construction, the Gervais St. entrance remains closed. You may enter the museum through the parking deck on the west, or river, side of the building.
Check the list for highlights of the Historical exhibits at the State Museum.
If you would like to receive email updates when new articles are posted, please click the "subscribe" button at the top of the page.
If you enjoyed this article, please check my Examiner page here.