Here are some of the popular places in South Carolina:
Table Rock State Park
Table Rock State Park is located in northern Pickens County, South Carolina. It is spread across 3,083 acres of land and features a lodge and two park lakes. It offers educational programs, picnic spots, and playgrounds. There are many trails, including a trail to the summit of Pinnacle Mountain and a summit to Table Rock. During the eighteenth century, this land belonged to the Lower Cherokee Nation. The park was established in 1935.
Fort Sumter National Monument
Fort Sumter National Monument is located in the historical site of Fort Sumter. It encloses three sites in Charleston: the original Fort Sumter, the Fort Sumter Visitor Education Center, and the Fort Moultrie. Fort Sumter is located in Charleston Harbor, South Carolina. Established on April 28, 1948, it is a Third System masonry coastal fortification. It covers an area of 196.9 acres and is managed by National Park Service. It is popular as the site upon which the shots signaling the start of American Civil War were fired.
Cowpens National Battlefield
The Cowpens National Battlefield is located in Cherokee County, South Carolina. It was established on March 4, 1929 and covers an area of 842 acres. This area encompasses a museum with exhibits about the American Revolution and the battle, and a reconstructed log cabin. The park is managed by the National Park Service and features a fiber-optic map.
|State Parks||Table Rock State Park, Caesars Head State Park, Santee State Park, Oconee State Park|
|Beaches||Atlantic Beach, Edisto Beach, Folly Beach, Myrtle Beach|
|Museums||Aiken-Rhett House, Ashtabula Historic House, BMW Zentrum, Burt-Stark Mansion, Brookgreen Gardens.|
|Historical Places||Ninety Six National Historic Site, Cowpens National Battlefield, Fort Moultrie National Monument,|
|Other Places||Fort Sumter National Monument, Congaree National Park, Charles Pinckney National Historic Site|
Built in 1820 by an unknown architect, Aiken-Rhett House is located at 48 Elizabeth Street in Charleston, South Carolina. It was home of William Aiken, Jr. It was added to National Register of Historic Places on November 21, 1977. It is managed and operated as a historic house museum by Historic Charleston Foundation.