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Things to do in ClemsonSouth Carolina Botanical Garden

  • Clemson University
    Thomas Green Clemson was the University's founder. He believed in a higher education that should be established post civil war. When Thomas died in 1888 he left his estate to be used to establish a college to the younger people of South Carolina. The college opened in 1893 as an all male military college until 1955 when it was changed to civilian status and welcomed coeducation. 1964 the name was changed to Clemson University and has been the home to over 17,000 students.

  • South Carolina Botanical Garden
    The Botanical Garden was founded in 1958 and sits on 295 acres of natural landscape that displays beautiful gardens and has miles of nature trails and gorgeous streams. The garden also is recognized for its nature based sculpture garden located on the 295 acres and is one of the largest in the countr. It is home to a 70 acre Arboretum, a butterfly garden, wildflower meadow, bog gardens and over 400 different camellias.

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  • Hanover HouseThe Old Stone Church
    The Hanover House is over 225 years old. The city saved the house from destruction and turned it into a historic museum. The house was originally structured in Charleston but because of the flood in the Santee-Cooper Region the house was moved to Clemson and then 3 years later it was moved to the South Carolina Botanical Garden. Many of the things were left in the house that were owned from the previous owners of the house such as the curtains, china cabinet, dining table and many other house hold things that are over 200 years old. The house is only available for touring on the weekend.
  • The Old Stone Church
    Legends say the church was built by farmers collecting stones from the fields while woman collected sand in their aprons to build this church. The church was finally built in 1797 after the first one burnt down a year before. The church was the first in South Carolina to allow slaves in the church, not only to hear the service but also to be a member. In the 1960 the church was restored because of and earthquake that had severely damaged the church in 1900. The church was completely taken apart piece by piece and put back together.