- Our list of the best things to do in Camden, South Carolina, features the top 16 nearby activities — including 5 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Camden, SC has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Outdoor Places, Entertainment & Shows, Museums & Galleries, and Sports & Fitness.
- The results below include the top 8 things to do within the city of Camden, SC , followed by 8 popular activities in nearby cities, including Sumter, Columbia, Bishopville and Winnsboro
Learn about the history of Columbia's food culture with Columbia Food Tours. Explore local cuisine and taste samples from featured restaurants in downtown Columbia. Tours begin on the State House steps and last two to three hours in length.
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1101 Lincoln Street, Columbia, SC 29201 MoreLess Info
Columbia Metropolitan Convention Center hosts a variety of events during the year, including galas, meetings, kid's festivals, and conferences. Visitors who are interested in hosting an event at the site can take a tour of the location.
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312 Laurel Street, Columbia, SC 29201 MoreLess Info
The breathtaking Columbia Canal & Riverfront Park are a main attraction in Columbia, South Carolina. Picnicking, strolling and outdoor relaxation are the most popular visitor activities. The park's canal views are most impressive at sunrise and sunset.
Located just off campus, Williams-Brice Stadium is home field to the University of South Carolina's South Carolina Gamecocks, a football club boasting such alumni as the Heisman Trophy-winning George Rogers. The stadium also hosts concerts and other athletic events and tournaments.
A non-profit organization headquartered in Columbia, South Carolina, EdVenture is dedicated to children's education. It runs a variety of enrichment programs at schools, libraries and community centers. EdVenture also operates a popular summer camp.
Columbia's South Carolina State Museum contains thousands of objects and hundreds of exhibits relating to the state's history. The exhibits are divided into four groups: art, natural history, state culture and science.