Find museums in Aiken, SC. Listings include Fans of the Aiken Thoroughbred Racing Hall of Fame & Museum, Aiken County Historical Museum, Ruth Patrick Science Education Center, The Center for African American History, Art & Culture, Car Cave USA, Savannah River Site Museum.
Forty Champion Thoroughbreds have trained at the famed Aiken Training Track and the Hall of Fame immortalizes each in their own exhibits. We were named South Carolina's 2012 & 2016 Best Equestrian Attraction! www.officialbestof.com.
The Aiken County Historical Museum, founded in 1970, is located within the walls of a 17,500 sq.ft. Winter Colony cottage named Banksia. Our exhibits feature the history of our county from the Native American era to modern day. Admission is free.
"Infusing a Love for Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics" The RPSEC is a cooperative effort by the USC Aiken, local industry, and public school districts in the Central Savannah River Area. http://rpsec.usca.edu/about.asp
The Center for African American History, Art & Culture was birthed out of The Immanuel Institute built in 1889 by Rev. W. R. Coles as a school. We strive to be an educational resource and a tourism stop on the South Carolina National Heritage Corridor.
We are a family of auto enthusiasts who have partnered with the original Car Cave located in Zonhoven, Belgium to offer an indiscriminate assortment of classic and collectible automobiles. Open Thurs-Sat 10-6 and Mon-Wed by appointment only.
The Savannah River Site Museum preserves and interprets the history of the Savannah River Site on a volunteer basis. We are free and open to the public Tuesday - Saturday from 10am to 2pm.
Embracing our Heritage, Enriching our Future
The Historic Aiken Foundation encourages the protection, preservation and appreciation of the architectural heritage of Aiken, South Carolina.