Columbia – The South Carolina State Museum is set to honor World War II veterans with a special event commemorating the 80th Anniversary of D-Day on June 8, from 10 am to 5 pm. The day’s festivities will include special performances, the opening of a new exhibition, and an exclusiveContinue Reading

The State Museum recently acquired a Bible once owned by William Turpin, a white South Carolina merchant and enslaver turned abolitionist. Inside the front cover of the Bible is a historical find: a handwritten list of dozens of enslaved people Turpin freed, illustrating the activities of a small, yet vibrantContinue Reading

Friday Night Laser Lights at the South Carolina State Museum returns with health and safety precautions in place this Friday, August 21. There will be shows featuring lasers and CGI visuals choreographed to music by Led Zeppelin and Pink Floyd inside the museum’s 55ft digital dome BlueCross BlueShield of SouthContinue Reading