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18th century telescopes, Ariail Collection Historical Astronomy at SC State Museum

World’s finest collection of historical American made telescopes

Posted By ShoutCarolina,Date: 04.04.2012

The SC State Museum in downtown Columbia features a stunning collection of historical telescopes, and astronomy documents and instruments donated by Robert B. Ariail. The exhibit is free with museum admission ($7 adults, $6 seniors, $5 children 3-12). Here is a virtual tour of this amazing gallery (historic data from the exhibit):
4 ¼ inch Edward [...]

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Animal Grossology exhibit focuses on droppings feces trivia

Big scoop on poop! Columbia fun gross stuff for kids, SC State Museum attractions

Posted By ShoutCarolina,Date: 03.14.2011

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You gotta love poo!
The funny, weird and sometimes stinky Animal Grossology exhibit at the SC State Museum takes the natural science to new heights. This post is all about number two.
The King of Poop
No, it’s not Elvis. The dung beetle is the ultimate pooper scooper.

It eats it, lives in it, lays eggs in it and [...]

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Learning about killer parasites

Slimy creatures rule at the SC State Museum in Columbia SC!

Posted By ShoutCarolina,Date: 03.05.2011

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The new Animal Grossology exhibit at the SC State Museum is filled with hot air, doo-doo balls, slime creatures, stomach worms, blood suckers and pre-historic poop. There’s a lot of scientific trivia and fun facts and a variety of interactive stations kids can play with. Admission is $5 ($3 for children) on top of regular [...]

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Archive photo of Edward Teach Thatch capturing La Concorde

Blackbeard pictures, legends and the Queen Anne’s Revenge ship

Posted By ShoutCarolina,Date: 08.27.2010

Was Blackbeard born in Jamaica, London, Bristol or Philadelphia? Was his name Drummond, Teach, Thatch or Tach? Although these are still unsolved mysteries, we do have some interesting descriptions about his “polished” appearance. Blackbeard may have been the first self-made worldwide brand!
Here is an excerpt from the “A General History of the Robberies and Murders [...]

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Pretend you are a famous female pirate

Walk the plank kids! Be a pirate for a day at the SC State Museum in Columbia

Posted By ShoutCarolina,Date: 08.11.2010

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Ahoy Mates!

High-seas adventurers unite at the SC State Museum in Columbia!
The Pirates, Privateers and Buccaneers exhibit it’s still in full swing…it was even extended until January!
This kid-friendly, fun and interactive will delight children of all ages.
Admission is $5 adults, $3 children 3-12 on top of the regular museum admission ($7 adults, $4 children). [...]

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Space exploration at your fingertips!

Ride a Mars Rover, play with lasers, be an architect or an acrobat at SC State Museum

Posted By ShoutCarolina,Date: 07.30.2009

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Come to the SC State Museum downtown Columbia to experience the wonders of space exploration, mechanics, laser and the human body through dazzling hands-on exhibits. This is the most interactive and fun section of the museum that kids of all ages will love to explore.
The museum is open Tuesday to Sunday (Monday only from May [...]

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Hunley submarine and crew painting

The Charleston “Fish Boat” Mystery

Posted By ShoutCarolina,Date: 04.08.2009

An engineering marvel, a Civil War naval battle success, a human tragedy and a century old mystery. The H.L. Hunley Confederate Submarine elusive disappearance coupled with an incredible manpower struggle has captivated the hearts and minds of people around the world.

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• Excerpts from the fascinating book “Charleston Mysteries – Ghostly Haunts in the Holy City” by [...]

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Wearing a loggerhead turtle shell

Kids dream, fly, roar and soar @ SC State Museum - Columbia just for kids

Posted By ShoutCarolina,Date: 02.28.2009

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“Mom, look at me!”, “Dad, watch this!” How many times you heard this? Inside SC State Museum’s Discovery Room you’ll actually enjoy watching over and over your little angels learn at play. I bet you’ll even join in the fun!
There are so many wonderful things to explore:
Pretend to be a loggerhead sea turtle

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Giant hailstone at SC State Museum Powers of Nature exhibit

Mother Nature unleashed at the SC State Museum!

Posted By ShoutCarolina,Date: 02.24.2009

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The United States has the widest range of natural disasters of any country in the world. At the SC State Museum you can now experience Mother’s Nature most devastating creations and learn how to protect yourself from these calamities. The Powers of Nature exhibit not only explores the science behind natural disasters but it also [...]

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Exquisite Norfolk Southern train model layout at SC State Museum

Posted By ShoutCarolina,Date: 02.16.2009

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The SC State Museum has an incredible Southern Railroad model train layout depicting post Civil War South Carolina landscape.
The H0 scale diorama is loaded with details: Norfolk Southern locomotive, passenger train, cargo freight train, train station (with people waiting to get on board), depot, water tower, coal loading station, hay and grain mill and various [...]

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