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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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Myrtle Beach free historic sites to see

The Warbird Park Air Force Memorial, Myrtle Beach free, fun and inspirational things to do

Posted By ShoutCarolina,Date: 01.13.2012

While in vacationing in Myrtle Beach stop by the Warbird Park Memorial to learn about the distinguished history if the 354th Fighter Wing and the Myrtle Beach Air Force Base. The park is located on Farrow Pkwy, in between Market Commons and Myrtle Beach State Park. Admission and parking are free.
The self guided trail showcases [...]

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Amazing young white tiger standing

Cute tigers invasion! Myrtle Beach free, wild, fun kids things to do

Posted By ShoutCarolina,Date: 04.10.2011

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Visiting the live TIGERS Preservation Station at Barefoot Landing is one of the most exciting things to do in Myrtle Beach. You get literally nose to nose with the world’s most amazing cats. Best of all it’s free!
During Spring the tiger exhibit is open from 4PM to 6PM (weather permitting, best to call ahead (843) [...]

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Self guided trail Cowpens National Battlefield

Kids things to do at Cowpens National Battlefield near Greenville

Posted By ShoutCarolina,Date: 11.13.2010

The Cowpens National Battlefield Park in the South Carolina Upcountry features the most important Revolutionary War battle of the Southern campaign. The park is open daily, 9AM to 5PM (closed on Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year’s days). Admission is free.
Here is a list with fun activities for kids:
Step in the shoes of the Continental soldier…

Listen [...]

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Robert Mills design Greek revival temple Parish

Charleston oldest, most beautiful churches: Circular, St. Philip, St. Michael and French Huguenot

Posted By ShoutCarolina,Date: 07.14.2010

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Charleston, the Holy City, boasts some of the oldest, most magnificent and mysterious churches in the state, if not the country. Here are the most famous ones (historic data from the churches’ websites):
The Independent Circular Church
In 1680, “dissenter” English Congregationalists, Scots Presbyterians and French Huguenots of the original settlement erected a Meeting House in [...]

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NC Hall of Fame Aviation Museum

Flying high at NC Aviation Museum & Hall of Fame, Greensboro fun family attractions

Posted By ShoutCarolina,Date: 06.30.2010

What a pleasant surprise! The NC Aviation Museum and Hall of Fame is a true military gem hidden in the Uwharrie National Forest, a short drive from Greensboro, Asheboro and the Seagrove potteries. We were impressed by the stunning collection of vintage military aircraft, uniforms, weapons and memorabilia from World War II through the Cold [...]

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Most revered sea landmarks Charleston Harbor

Morris Island Lighthouse, Charleston Harbor most romantic guardian

Posted By ShoutCarolina,Date: 04.08.2010

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The Morris Island Lighthouse has been the Charleston Harbor most loyal sentinel for almost two centuries. If you’re a lucky Charleston vacationer do yourself a favor and go to Folly Beach to see this romantic lighthouse, a truly South Carolina legacy!
Things to know before you go
The lighthouse rests in the water about 300 feet offshore. [...]

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The Hunley unsung heroes all volunteer soldiers

A Civil War thriller! HL Hunley sinking mystery and ingenious design

Posted By ShoutCarolina,Date: 03.12.2010

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My favorite Charleston Civil War battle and historic site is the H.L. Hunley, the first ever combat submarine to sink an enemy ship. Last month I finally got the chance to see the real thing at Warren Lasch Conservation Center in North Charleston. Tours are offered Saturday and Sunday ($12 adults, $10 seniors and military, [...]

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4000 years old Native Americans archaeological site Hilton Head

A virtual tour of Hilton Head’s best historic sites, fun, free and inspirational family things to do

Posted By ShoutCarolina,Date: 03.01.2010

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We love spending our summer vacation in Hilton Head. For the last 3 years, my little daughter and I, traveled all over the island “looking for adventures”. We discovered a place rich in history, fascinating life stories, world-changing inventions, Civil War battles, people struggles, and of course, the perennial Sea Islands ghost legends!
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Southern Belles magnolias by Diane Frick

Meet Diane Frick, a fine and soulful South Carolina artist

Posted By ShoutCarolina,Date: 03.14.2009

In my quest to find standout South Carolinians, I looked no further than my mother-in-law, Diane Frick. Yes, we do get along! In fact I’m honored to call Diane my friend, mentor and nature-loving fellow.
Diane is a self-taught painter recently coming out of her shell like a beautiful butterfly. She has a magic touch with [...]

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