Orangeburg is home to Claflin University and South Carolina State University, as well as to more than 67,000 people. Get on a bus rental in Orangeburg, South Carolina and explore the city today.
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Check out what's happening at the Stevenson Auditorium, which seats more than 600 people for performances and other events. Or visit the IP Stanback Museum & Planetarium, where you can see one of the biggest exhibit areas in the state.
Play at the 18-hole Hillcrest Golf Club, which boasts more than 6,700 yards of golf at the longest tees. It has a 72 par, 70.5 course rating and a 119 slope rating. Russell F. Breedon designed this 1960s golf course. Or you can play at Orangeburg Country Club, where you have 18 holes of golf and 7,000 yards at the longest tees. It has a rating of 71.8, a slope rating of 120, and a par of 72. The course was designed by Ellis Maples, and opened in the 1920s.
With more than two dozen sites on the National Register of Historic Places, there are simply a lot for a history buff to do in Orangeburg. Visit the All Star Bowling Lane, where protest actions against the segregationist policies in the 1960s led to the deaths of three people. Or you can check out the historically and architecturally important houses such as the Donald Bruce House, F.H.W. Briggman House, Maj. John Hammond Fordham House, and the William P. Stroman House. You can also check out the historic churches as well: Mt. Pisgah Baptist Church, Trinity Methodist Episcopal Church, White House United Methodist Church, and Williams Chapel A.M.E. Church.
If you are pressed for time but would not want to sacrifice the number of historic sites that you can visit, then check out the nationally registered historic districts like the Amelia Street Historic District, Claflin College Historic District, East Russell Street Area Historic District, Ellis Avenue Historic District, Orangeburg Downtown Historic District, South Carolina State College Historic District, Treadwell Street Historic District, and Whitman Street Area Historic District.
Other nationally registered historic sites are the Dixie Library Building, the Enterprise Cotton Mills Building, Great Branch Teacherage, Lowman Hall at the South Carolina State College, Orangeburg City Cemetery, Orangeburg County Fair Main Exhibit Building, Orangeburg County Jail, and the Tingley Memorial Hall at Claflin College.
The city has several parks and playgrounds that you could go to in order to play outdoors. There's Albergotti Park, where you have tennis courts, a playground, and picnic facilities. Meanwhile, Duncan Street Park has a picnic shelter, swings and a basketball court. Hillcrest has soccer and football fields and tennis courts. Arts Center Park features picnic tables that line the Edisto River and the Summers Memorial Park has a fitness trail and exercise equipment. You can play basketball at Boswell St., Riggs Street and Rosa Parks playgrounds, or just enjoy the beauty of Culler Park. Other parks you can go to include Adden Street Park, Jennings Court, Sunnyside Playground and Middleton St. Playground.
You can also visit the Edisto Memorial Gardens, which was where more than 600 Confederate soldiers fought off members of the Union Army in the 1860s. Today, the rose garden has more than 4,800 rose plants from more than 120 varieties. And this has been the site of the Festival of Roses for more than four decades now.
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