Take a #VirtualTour of Old 96 District

Take a #VirtualTour of Old 96 District

The wanderlust is starting to kick in. We’re getting tired of seeing the same walls every day, and taking to the internet as a means of virtual armchair escapism. Many destinations like us are sharing virtual tours, insider videos, and other content during this tough time, and we’d like you to hop on board! After scouring the internet, here are a bunch of virtual tours, sneak peeks, and insider glimpses to satisfy your travel cravings for now, and maybe put some ideas for places to see in person when the time is right for a family road trip.

The historic Abbeville Opera House in Abbeville, SC, has one very loyal patron: a ghost who has attended every show for the past 111 years with her own reserved seat! This news clip tells her story.


The Ninety Six National Historic Site in Ninety Six, SC, has a lot to share as well. This Revolutionary War battleground uses their Facebook page to educate visitors on colonial life. Learn about 18th century practices and tools, and even take a peek at what goes on during a historical excavation!

 

Posted by Ninety Six National Historic Site on Saturday, April 2, 2016

Small Arms Firing Demonstration

Posted by Ninety Six National Historic Site on Saturday, April 1, 2017

 

 

LIVE view of the dig site and a discovery with our archaeology team!

Posted by Ninety Six National Historic Site on Thursday, May 24, 2018

 

Want to feel classy? No better place to virtually visit than an art museum. The Arts Center of Greenwood, SC, offers a virtual tour of their exhibit, where you can explore the building’s interior and appreciate the art from the comfort of your home.  

The Railroad Historical Center in Greenwood, SC, shows us the insides of some trains, sharing what makes this museum so special!

 

If you’re a fan of the South Carolina Festival of Flowers, then you know how luscious topiaries take to the streets of Greenwood, SC, every year! Enjoy some beautiful greenery shots, and an inside peek into how the Festival of Flowers is made possible.

 


We also want to share some of our own videos of Emerald Farm in Greenwood, SC, petting goats and marveling at a model train exhibit that takes up an entire attic. 

 

 

 

 

We hope this helps scratch the itch for now! Do you know of a video that helps us explore from home, or have one of your own? Feel free to share it with us on social media! We’d love to hear from you. And until we meet again, we’re wishing you and your loved ones a good virtual journey.

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