- Our list of the best things to do in West Columbia, South Carolina, features the top 47 nearby activities — including 23 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- West Columbia, 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 4 things to do within the city of West Columbia, SC , followed by 43 popular activities in nearby cities, including Columbia, Irmo and Winnsboro
Richland County of is a county that has a conservation department, a judicial system, a community development program, an elections office, and a grants department. The county also has a public works program and a recycling service.
Known locally as Sesqui, Sesquicentennial State Park offers 1,400 acres of heavily wooded terrain with nature trails, green space and a lake. The park provides camping sites, a dog park, picnic facilities, a children's playground and boat rentals.
Plex Indoor Sports is a large indoor facility that offers many sports and activities. It features a large ice rink where visitors can learn to skate and play hockey, and it also has fields for soccer and lacrosse leagues.
Family owned and operated, Silver Dollar Stables is an equestrian facility that offers riding lessons for youth and adult riders, customizable riding and horsemanship camps, and boarding and training services for horses.
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The railroad history of South Carolina is preserved and displayed at the South Carolina Railroad Museum. Guests can also arrange for short train rides on historic railroads, including special dinner or storytelling trains.
The site of two critical battles, the Camden Revolutionary War Site, consists of a 107-acre museum complex where the British Army was stationed from 1780 to 1781. The site features a guided tour of historic homes, a walking trail and remnants of several military fortifications.
Open Tuesday to Saturday, The Rutledge Street Gallery specializes in contemporary art and currently lists the works of over 19 local artists. Art in other media such as sculpture, pottery, jewelry and Asiatic furniture is also for sale.
The Camden Archives and Museum maintains a collection of important local artifacts. The staff provides a tour that showcases many of the historical treasures that range from pre-European settlement to modern days.