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Event Series Concert in the Gardens

Concert in the Gardens (Rescheduled from May 4)

The Museum of the Reconstruction Era 1705 Hampton Street, Columbia

THIS SOLD OUT EVENT IS RESCHEDULED FROM APRIL 4. In the event of favorable weather, additional tickets will be on sale at the venue for $20. Performers from the South Carolina Philharmonic will join Historic Columbia to present a beautiful concert of light classics in the gardens at The Museum of Reconstruction Era at the Woodrow Wilson Family Home. Please plan […]

$20.00
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Event Series University Hill Walking Tour

University Hill Walking Tour

The Graduate Hotel 1619 Pendleton Street, Columbia

Established between 1885 and 1950, the University Hill neighborhood features homes with a mix of architectural styles and designs from prominent regional and local architects. As one of the oldest residential communities in Columbia, this neighborhood has continued to be shaped and defined by urban renewal and the University of South Carolina’s eastward expansion. Bounded […]

$10.00
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Event Series Birdwatching in the Gardens

Birdwatching in the Gardens

The Hampton-Preston Mansion & Gardens 1615 Blanding Street, Columbia

Grab your binoculars to join Historic Columbia and local birder John Tjaarda for a free, guided bird walk around the Hampton-Preston Gardens to learn about the many local and migratory birds in Columbia. With the Hampton-Preston gardens playing host to over 100 bird species over the course of the year, participants will learn how to […]

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Renovation Rodeo | Wales Garden

Free | Palladium Members Join Palladium on Thursday, June 13, 2024, from 6:00-7:30 p.m. to view a newly renovated home located in Wales Garden near Five Points. Attendees of this Renovation Rodeo will have the unique chance to tour the home and learn about its history and renovation process. Light refreshments will be served. This is a private […]

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​​Columbia Canopy Project Community Celebration​ | Greenview

Greenview Park 6700 David Street, Columbia

This event is free and open to the public. Registration is encouraged but not required. Join Historic Columbia and Columbia Green to celebrate the Columbia Canopy Project's Community Celebration in the Greenview Community. The Columbia Canopy Project commemorates the leaders of historically marginalized communities and addresses the impacts of structural racism through neighborhood histories and […]

Free
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Free Sundays Presented by Richland County | Hampton-Preston Mansion and Gardens

The Hampton-Preston Mansion & Gardens 1615 Blanding Street, Columbia

The third Sunday of the month, residents of Richland and Lexington counties are invited to tour of one of Historic Columbia’s house museums for FREE thanks to Richland County, with support from HC Board Liaison, Councilwoman Gretchen Barron! This month, visit the Hampton-Preston Mansion. Wealthy Columbia merchant Ainsley Hall and his wife, Sarah, had this mansion built […]

Free
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​​Columbia Canopy Project Community Celebration​ | Lower Waverly / MLK

Martin Luther King, Jr Park 2300 Greene Street, Columbia

This event is free and open to the public. Registration is encouraged but not required. Community Celebration in the Lower Waverly / MLK Community. The Columbia Canopy Project commemorates the leaders of historically marginalized communities and addresses the impacts of structural racism through neighborhood histories and memorial trees. This event will include brief remarks and […]

Free
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Event Series Birdwatching in the Gardens

Birdwatching in the Gardens

The Hampton-Preston Mansion & Gardens 1615 Blanding Street, Columbia

Grab your binoculars to join Historic Columbia and local birder John Tjaarda for a free, guided bird walk around the Hampton-Preston Gardens to learn about the many local and migratory birds in Columbia. With the Hampton-Preston gardens playing host to over 100 bird species over the course of the year, participants will learn how to […]

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Arsenal Hill Walking Tour with Historic Columbia

Arsenal Hall Community Center 1800 Lincoln Street, Columbia

Join Historic Columbia for a stroll through the Arsenal Hill neighborhood, located at the highest elevation within downtown. Named for the military academy established here in 1842, Arsenal Hill became a desirable residential area for white elites during the antebellum era and then for middle- and working-class Black residents during the later nineteenth and twentieth […]

$10.00
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