The University of South Carolina School Museum is beautifully white and shows us the history of the founding and the size of the school. If you have a visit to the university, the campus is also beautiful.
The museum at the University of South Carolina is free and open to the public. The staff in the visitor center is very enthusiastic and the exhibits are frequently changed. Mainly some exhibits related to the long history of the school, the earliest exhibits are in the mid-19th century. There will also be exhibits from some sponsors.