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SC's unique Lowcountry encompasses miles of beautiful salt-water marsh.
Coastal Conservation League
South Carolina's capitol city of Columbia.
The Wild and Scenic Chattooga River, backdrop for "Deliverance."
Visit the Chattooga River
The coastal town of Beaufort, setting for "The Big Chill," "Forrest Gump," "GI Jane," and more.
Rolling hills with fields of grain are located just outside of Columbia.
Learn more about the Midlands
The town of Clemson, home to Clemson University.
Timeless architecture, like Valentine's Store, is a part of South Carolina's landscape.
Town of Cope
The Blue Ridge mountains provide a stunning backdrop to many lakes across SC's Upstate region.
Visit SC's Upstate region
The Gervais St. Bridge is one of four open-spandrel arch bridges of reinforced concrete in SC.
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Columbia combines all the graces of the rich past with the vibrancy of the emerging Sun Belt. It's the state capital and home to a major university. One of America's outstanding zoos, Riverbanks Zoo and Botanical Gardens, is just minutes from downtown. The State Museum also tells the colorful history of South Carolina. If your project requires water, Lake Murray is a 50,000-acre back lot less than 15 minutes from the heart of the city.
Films like “Chattahoochee,” “Death Sentence,” “Nailed,” “Staying Together,” “Chasers,” “The Last Confederate,” “Renaissance Man,” and the TLC reality series “King of the Crown” have taken advantage of the crew and amenities our capitol city offers.
Selected as one of “America’s 50 Hottest Cities” for business relocations and expansions by Expansion Magazine.
The Columbia Canal is the surviving canal of a series of canals built by the State of South Carolina in 1824 using the labor of Irish immigrants to provide a direct water routes between the upstate settlements and the towns on the fall line.
Columbia Canal & Riverfront Park
Boykin Mill, outside of Camden
Historic Camden Revolutionary Park
South Carolina's State House columns are believed to be the largest monolithic columns on a public building in the U.S. Each column is carved from a single piece of stone.
State House Columns
Colonial Cup Grandstand
Located in the heart of downtown Columbia, this dazzling 142,500 square-foot facility features a 24,700 square-foot, column free exhibit hall and exquisite 17,135 square-foot ballroom.
Columbia Metropolitan Convention Center
Adluh Flour Building
The South's largest children's museum, EdVenture’s mission is to inspire children to experience the joy of learning.
EdVenture Children's Museum
Built in 1911, this was Columbia's first indoor shopping complex.
The Historic Arcade Mall
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