Explore historic sites in Columbia and Richland County through guided walking and bus tours. Travel to the historic sites by participating in these public programs and group tour offerings. These tours showcase historic sites and provide historical context to the people, architecture, and events that made them significant.
Upcoming Strolls & Rolls
Saturday, June 2nd
2:00pm to 3:30pm
800 Abelia Road, Columbia, SC 29205
Columbia’s Heathwood neighborhood derives its name from Moses Chappell Heath, who established this community east of the city in the early 20th century. Today, successive generations of original families remain in this tight-knit community of architecturally distinct residences with mature landscapes.
Saturday, June 9th
9:00am to 4:00pm
1031 Main Street, Eastover, SC 29044
International Paper and Historic Columbia will open Kensington Mansion for special public tours on Saturday, June 9. Tours will focus on the recently completed restoration and rehabilitation of Kensington Mansion, the site’s unique architectural features and information about the families who lived and worked at the site.
Sunday, June 10th
2:00pm to 3:00pm
1401 Pine Street, Columbia, SC 29204
Join HC for our Second Sunday Stroll through Waverly! Established shortly after the Civil War on plantation land once owned by Robert Latta, Waverly is recognized as one of Columbia’s first documented suburbs.