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South Carolina life during Civil War: special people, toys, romance, fashion and more

Posted By ShoutCarolina,Date: 10.01.2011

The Confederate Museum in downtown Greenville contains a treasure of artifacts that reveal how life was like during Civil War. Admission is free. The museum is open Monday, Wednesday 10AM-3PM, Friday 1-9PM, Saturday 10AM-5PM and Sunday 1-5PM.

Lifestyle exhibit highlights
The tallest men to serve in the Confederate Army - Henry Clay Thruston was born in 1930 [...]

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Family fun things to see and do at the Greenville Zoo

Posted By ShoutCarolina,Date: 09.22.2011

The Greenville Zoo is a must see attraction when visiting Greenville. Although small in size it’s packed with exotic and wildly popular animals. Added bonus, you can relax with the kids at the large playground and shaded picnic area right outside the zoo. Zoo admission is $7.75 adults and $4.50 children (Riverbanks Zoo members get [...]

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Celebrate fall with kids at Riverbanks Botanical garden: shaded playground, funny sculptures, beautiful flowers and fairy house

Posted By ShoutCarolina,Date: 09.17.2011

The Riverbanks Botanical Garden it’s a truly enchanted place to spend the day with the kids. You are delighted by beautiful plants, flowers, trees, water fountains and art organized in over 30 themed gardens. Little ones enjoy a shaded playground equipped with a giant chair and a pink house, a children’s garden, a natural habitat [...]

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A taste of Civil War medicine: primitive care, drugs and treatments

Posted By ShoutCarolina,Date: 09.06.2011

The Confederate Museum in Greenville has a superb collection of weapons, household items, photographs, flags, documents and medical artifacts used during Civil War. The museum is open Mon and Wed 10AM-3PM, Fri 1-9PM, Sat 10AM-5PM and Sun 1-5PM. Admission is free.
Of the 600,000 soldiers who died during Civil War, only a third died in combat, [...]

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Mud, sweat and cheers! USC - Clemson heated football rivalry, stories, and memorabilia

Posted By ShoutCarolina,Date: 08.29.2011

Are you ready for some football?
Football fans across the state will enjoy exploring the “Mud, Sweat & Cheers Football in the Palmetto State, 1889-Present” exhibit at the Upcountry History Museum in downtown Greenville. Admission is $5 adults, $4 seniors adults and college students, $3 children 4 - 18.

This post looks at the USC-Clemson rivalry, [...]

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Kilgore-Lewis virtual house tour, Greenville free family attractions

Posted By ShoutCarolina,Date: 08.24.2011

The historic Kilgore-Lewis house and garden is a romantic gem hidden in downtown Greenville. Admission is free and you can visit Monday to Friday 10AM to 2PM.
Interesting facts

• The house was built in 1838 by Josiah Kilgore near Buncombe Street Methodist Church, as a wedding gift for his daughter Mary Keziah.
• In the [...]

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Monkey Joe’s Columbia, best place for kids to have fun indoors

Posted By ShoutCarolina,Date: 08.17.2011

Last weekend we escaped the heat (and the TV trap) by going to Monkey Joe’s in Columbia, just off Clemson Road and I-20. Admission is $7.99 for children 2-12, $5 for playing children under 2 and free for accompanying adults.

The are several big slides and climbing structures for older kids, and separate play areas [...]

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Greenville’s textile heritage at the Upcountry History Museum

Posted By ShoutCarolina,Date: 08.10.2011

Welcome to Greenville, SC, the “Textile Capital of the World”! (of the 20th century that is)
The Upcountry History Museum has an entire gallery dedicated to the industry and its impact on the region’s social and economic life. The history museum is open Tuesday to Saturday from 10AM - 5PM, and Sunday 1 - 5PM. Admission [...]

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A glimpse in the life of 1900s Asheville with a tour of the Old Kentucky Home

Posted By ShoutCarolina,Date: 07.28.2011

Stay at the Old Kentucky Home
“Healthiest Location/Rates Reasonable.”
At the turn of the 20th century Asheville emerged as a summer resort destination. With its cool climate, beautiful mountain scenery and fresh air it drew visitors for all over the country. By 1915, the city boasted 20 hotels and over 100 boarding houses. Entertainment included an opera, [...]

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Fun hands on science at Discovery Place Cool Stuff exhibit, Charlotte best kids entertainment

Posted By ShoutCarolina,Date: 07.22.2011

The Discovery Place museum in Charlotte raises the bar in hands-on, truly engaging science education. Every time we go there we’re learning something new while having a blast too.
Kids can touch, pull, fire, poke, drag, lift, build, crush (you get the picture) their way to some of the coolest and wackiest scientific experiments. While [...]

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