Orangeburg offers several museums and art facilities that interpret science and social culture. Take time during your visit to experience what makes this town unique.
The I.P. Stanback Museum and Planetarium was established on the campus of South Carolina State University in 1980 and is unique among historically black colleges and universities as it combines art and science.
The Cecil Williams Civil Rights Museum documents the experiences of the people of South Carolina who helped bring about civil rights change in the state and end Jim Crow laws. A South Carolina native, Cecil Williams was an eyewitness and participant in the civil rights movement, providing an interesting perspective on the era.
Orangeburg County Fine Arts Center offers exhibits, programs and classes in many disciplines, including ceramics, sculpture, dance and photography.