Welcome to Columbia…South Carolina’s Capital City

Columbia is South Carolina’s capital and home to the University of South Carolina, the state’s flagship and largest university.

Columbia is home to Fort Jackson, the largest United States Army installation for Basic Combat Training. In 1860, the city was the location of the South Carolina Secession Convention, which marked the departure of the first state from the Union in the events leading up to the Civil War.

 

 

Along Columbia’s wide avenues are historic sites ranging from an antebellum mansion to the former home of a slave who bought her freedom, plus museums, galleries, music venues, theaters and shops.

Columbia’s three rivers, lake, canal, national park and several city parks offer opportunities for recreation and relaxation. Among the kid-pleasing destinations are a zoo and the largest children’s museum in the south.

 Golf Club
 
Jim McNair, Jr.’s vision for the Golf Club’s future is to provide a golfing experience for its members and guests that is reminiscent of a time when the game was appreciated for its Scottish Traditions. Jim Jr. has brought the “Ross” back to The Golf Club. In 2012, the Centennial Year, Jim was declared as a course designer, along with Ross and Inglis.

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 Clarion Inn
 
The Clarion Inn is a 99 guest room, exterior entry hotel, located conveniently within minutes of just about everything.

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Columbia-Jake’s on Devine
 
Jake’s is the place to hang if you like great live music, craft beers, and a farm to table menu. Your favorite brews plus 14 rotating beer taps inside and 10 on the deck. Two stages, inside and out for shows from local bands and traveling artists. Check our schedule for events and showtimes or e-mail to book artists or events.

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