SC National Heritage Corridor

The SC National Heritage Corridor is a 240 mile stretch from Oconee County to Charleston, SC. The SC Corridor was founded in 1996 to identify the rich culture, history and resources that exist in South Carolina. Anderson County Museum was selected as one of the landmarks in the Corridor’s route, as ACM proudly and professionally conserves, protects and displays the history of Anderson County. Visitors will find the SC Corridor display upon entering the museum.

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