|Rudolph E. Lee Gallery
art gallery affords visitors an opportunity to view the most current
trends in architectural design and construction.
Treaty Oak Marker
This is the historic site where the first treaty
between the United States and the Cherokee Indian Nation was signed
on Nov 28, 1785.
Bob Campbell Geology Museum
"Explore the many facets of the earth" at this
geology museum that has visual exhibits including glow-in-the-dark
minerals, fossilized plants and animals, and meteorites from outer
South Carolina Botanical Gardens
This 288 acre public garden features several
thousand varieties of ornamental plants, both native and introduced,
as well as niche gardens, natural woodlands, and serene streams.
Fran Hanson Discovery Center
This discovery center is the first of four
discovery centers for the Corridor and features natural and
historical exhibits with special emphasis on the Mountain Lakes
Region of Anderson, Oconee, and Pickens Counties.
|Walker Golf Course
the nationally ranked Clemson University golf team, this beautiful
18 hole, par 72 golf course is surrounded by hardwood forests and
features bent greens and rolling hills.
This French Colonial home was moved to the
University's campus in 1941 and is filled with period furnishings,
artifacts, and artwork from the 18th and 19th century.
Beautiful Antebellum plantation house that was the
former home of John C. Calhoun, the Vice President under both Andrew
Jackson and John Quincy Adams. Mr. Calhoun lived at this house from
1825 until his death in 1850 and the home is filled with family
memorabilia, period furnishings, and family artifacts.
Lake Issaqueena Area
A large variety of single-track and fire road
trails are available at this area that will provide hours of fun for
the die-hard cyclist. There are also trails for hiking and horseback
Robert Howell Brooks Center for the Performing
Magical performing arts center that features world
class actors, musicians, dancers, and the finest University students
performing outstanding performances throughout the year.