Things to do in South Carolina in March

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Visit Charleston, South Carolina, and explore its vibrant history and culture. out museums, art galleries, and historic landmarks such as Fort Sumter and the Charleston City Market.

Head to Myrtle Beach and enjoy the warm weather by taking a stroll on the beach, playing golf, or visiting amusement parks.

Take a road trip to Greenville and enjoy the scenic beauty of the Blue Ridge Mountains. You can go hiking, visit waterfalls or take a leisurely drive on the Blue Ridge Parkway.

Explore Columbia, the capital city of South Carolina. Check out the State House, Riverbanks Zoo, and Garden or the South Carolina State Museum.

Attend one of the many festivals and events place in South Carolina in March, such as the Charleston Wine + Food Festival, Myrtle Beach Irish Fest, and Columbia’s St. Pat’s in Five Points.

Visit the Congaree National Park and take a hike through the oldest and largest old-growth bottomland hardwood forest in the US.

Take a trip to Hilton Head Island and enjoy the beaches, golf courses, and bike trails.

Visit Beaufort, South Carolina, and explore its rich history and architecture. Take a walking tour of the historic district, visit the Pat Conroy Literary Center, or take a boat tour of the Beaufort River.

Relax and unwind at a spa, such as the Spa at Belmond Charleston Place, The Spa at Palmetto Bluff or the Spa at Montage Palmetto Bluff.

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