Non-Profit Museum in Clinton, South Carolina about the history & growth of Clinton. No admission charge.
Address: 400 N Broad St, Clinton, SC 29325 | MAP
Dr. Benjamin E. Mays was a mentor to Martin Luther King Jr. and an intellectual leader of the Civil Rights Movement. Now, his childhood home stands as a museum for his legacy and influence.
Address: 237 North Hospital St, Greenwood, SC 29648 | MAP
The Joanne T. Rainsford Discovery Center houses an excellent general museum which tells the story of Edgefield County and its people. This 1840 plantation home was designed to provide a comprehensive overview of the history of Edgefield County and surrounding areas. The Discovery Center also houses the William Miller Bouknight Theatre.
Address: 405 Main Street Edgefield, SC 29824 | MAP
The Abbeville County Historical Society is very fortunate to have a number of historic documents and photographs in our Military Room Collection. This includes the personal flight diary of Lt. Col. Langdon H. Wilson (23 August 1942 to 18 June 1944), 513 Bombardment Squadron Photographs, 376 Bombardment Group Photographs, and B24 Liberators Nose Art Photographs.
Address: 305 N Main St, Abbeville, SC 29620 | MAP
Oakley Park was built in 1835 by Daniel Bird, a Virginian who came to Edgefield and became a very successful cotton planter. Today, Oakley Park is a house museum and serves as a shrine to the Red Shirt movement.
Address: 300 Columbia Road, Edgefield, SC 29824 | MAP
The Greenwood County Veterans Center Hall of Heroes Military Museum serves as a public display of United States military memorabilia associated with the experiences of local veterans. Open Wednesdays from 1:00-5:00 pm, Third weekend of each month (Saturday and Sunday) from 1:00-5:00 pm.
Address: 106 Main Street N, Greenwood, SC 29646 | MAP