Clarion Hotel Downtown
1615 Gervais Street
Columbia, SC 29201
Phone: (803) 771-8711
Fax: (803) 252-9347
Six or seven high quality community theatrical productions, including musicals and nonmusicals, are performed at this theatre throughout the year with programming that people of all age groups will enjoy.
The Thomas Woodrow Wilson Boyhood Home is located at Columbia, South Carolina. It was was of the childhood homes of Woodrow Wilson, the 28th President of the United States. This house was built in the year 1872 in the cottage style of architecture. The house has got completely in 2013 C.E and it got listed on the National Registrar of Historic Places on February 23, 1972.
Township Auditorium is not only a place for concerts, plays, ballets, and other events, but also for business conventions and wedding receptions, which are hosted in the Green Room. Seating 3200 guests, the venue has played host to Willie Nelson, Steve Harvey and other world-famous performers. Cameras and laser pointers are prohibited inside, and smoking is strictly forbidden. Call for tickets or visit the website for updates.
The oldest continuously operating community theatre in the nation, this live community theatre was established in 1924 and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. A variety of high quality Broadway style shows are performed throughout the year including musicals, comedies, family entertainment shows, and youth productions.
A wide variety of cultural and artistic films and videos are shown at this theatre including classic films, foreign films, and new independent films and documentaries.
Many University-sponsored performances are featured at this Greek Revival historic landmark theatre that was built in 1855 and features a unique "theater-in-the-round" style with auditorium seating on all four sides.
House of Peace Synagogue is located at Columbia, South Carolina. It is a former synagogue of the Beth Shalom Congregation and the building was used for the Big Apple Club, which was an African-American night club. The building is a two-story, wooden building with a metal gabled roof. It was added to the National Registrar of Historic Places on August 28, 1979.
Owned and operated by the University of South Carolina, the Koger Center of the Arts hosts a wide variety of orchestra, philharmonic, and symphony concerts each year. Music, opera, dance, theater, and other performing arts are also held at the state-of-the-art facility.
This multi-purpose arena seats 12,400 people and is a popular venue for hockey and basketball. It also conducts magic shows, circuses, dance shows and other entertainment. Particularly popular is the Chicago Symphony, and so are all collegiate events of the University of South Carolina. The Coliseum is also home to the USC Gamecocks and the frenzy of fans on game days is worth watching. Check the website for event updates.
Enjoy hard-hitting, fast-paced hockey games at the Carolina Coliseum by this professional ice hockey team from October to March. Part of the East Coast Hockey League, the Inferno is a Vancouver Canucks affiliate.
Home of the Carolina Gamecocks, this football stadium is one of the top ten largest stadiums in the country and has a seating capacity of 82,500. Along with a variety of sporting events, this stadium is also used for large concerts and the filming of major motion pictures.
This beautiful structure is a historic residential building located in downtown Columbia. It was built between 1890–1900 and has a mixture of architectural styles. The house belonged to Modjeska Monteith Simkins, who played a crucial role in the Civil Rights Movement. She stayed here from the 1930's untill her death. The house does not have any tours that could let you peep into the activists's life, but it available for visits and group meetings. A reservation has to be done prior to your visit.