Cecil Williams Civil Rights Museum
The Cecil Williams Civil Rights Museum in Orangeburg is a 3500 sq. ft facility the centers on South Carolina events, history, and culture. Theme is: The South Carolina Events That Changed America. A few key and unique galleries feature: over 500 photographs by the author that cover 10 of the major civil rights events that happened in South Carolina between 1950-1970; the historic Briggs Family Bible; bowling ball and bowling pin from the site of the Orangeburg Massacre; Thurgood Marshall memorabilia; Briggs, Delaine, Pearson documents and photographs.
I.P. Stanback Museum and Planetarium
The I.P. Stanback Museum and Planetarium is an embodiment of South Carolina State University's commitment to community service, enhancing the appreciation of both the Arts and Sciences in a single facility. The Museum's programs include aesthetic appreciation, historical and didactic information, scientific and technological presentations and encouraging the development of critical thinking and creative skills for its student and adult constituencies.
Orangeburg County Fine Arts Center
Orangeburg County Fine Arts Center Located on the banks of the Edisto River in the Edisto Memorial Gardens in Orangeburg, the Orangeburg County Fine Arts Center (OCFAC) serves the community by offering classes in the arts, crafts and arts education programs. It is a setting for exhibits and performances by area artists. The Arts Center’s mission is to provide a thriving arts resource for the enrichment of all the citizens of Orangeburg County. We are located at 649 Riverside Drive. There is ample free parking and easy access for those with disabilities. Opening hours are from 8:30am to 5:00pm Monday through Thursday. 8:30am to 1:00pm on Friday. Our contact number is 803-536-4074. Our website is www.orangeburgarts.org and our Facebook page is www.facebook.com/ocfac.