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Bob Campbell Geology Museum

See beautiful mineral clusters and sparkling gemstones. Marvel as fossilized plants and animals that were buried in layers of rock long ago. Don't miss the iron meteorites and minerals that glow in the dark. 140 Discovery Ln., Clemson, SC 29634. Anderson County. Tel: 864-656-4600. Fee/Free.... More Info

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Aiken County Historical Museum

433 Newberry St. SW, Aiken, SC 29801. 803-642-2015. This museum catalogs local county history with exhibits on pottery, sports, former local businesses, military heritage, antiques, natural history, and much more. Free.

Avery Research Center

125 Bull St., Charleston, SC 29424. 843-953-7609. The Avery Research Center works to preserve the history of African-Americans in the Charleston area through a museum, an historic site, and extensive archives. The museum features both historical and artistic exhibits. Free/suggested donation.

Battery & White Point Gardens

East Battery & Murray Blvd., Charleston, SC 29401. 843-724-7327. Tour through this Charleston landmark with scenic views and displays of Civil War weapons, sculptures, and monuments. Free.

Charleston Symphony Orchestra

2133 N. Hillside Dr., Charleston, SC 29407. 843-723-7528. Students learn about the mechanics of individual instruments and classical music, and have opportunities for talking with musicians at in-school performances. The orchestra also offers student discounts on all concert tickets (subject to availability). Free/Fee.

Children's Garden at Linky Stone Park

Reedy View Dr., Greenville, SC 29601. 864-467-4355. Green space along the Reedy River in downtown Greenville; an interactive multi-themed garden designed to enrich children's intelligence, creativity and well-being through exploration and discovery. Free.

Confederate Museum

188 Meeting St., Charleston, SC 29401. 843-723-1541. Visit a historic museum with Civil War exhibits, including Confederate memorabilia, a cannon, and photographs. Located inside Market Hall, once the entrance to the Old City Market. Free/suggested donation.

Halsey Institute of Contemporary Arts

161 Cahoun St., Charleston, SC 29424. 843-953–5957. Dedicated to the interpretation of innovative visual art from around the world. The Institute offers the Looking to See tour to school and youth groups, interested in learning how to engage with contemporary art. Free.

Horry County Museum

805 Main St., Conway, SC 29526. 843-205-5320. Features a variety of materials from old tools and photographs, to miniatures of industries. Groups will learn about Southern heritage while also observing natural history exhibits, a display tank of fish, garments and quilts, artifacts, and other treasures. Free.

Melton Observatory

1429 Greene St., Columbia, SC 29208. 803-777-4180. Day and nighttime tours always available by appointment. Visit and see the dome and telescopes, and view objects such as the Moon, planets, and stars in the sky while learning about astronomy. Free.

Museum & Library of Confederate History

15 Boyce Ave., Greenville, SC 29601. 864-421-9039. Dedicated to accurate portrayal of the Civil War. The main gallery features artifacts and documents from the war period. Other exhibits include items from a soldier's life, displays of life back home, and Confederate currency and print documents. Free.