Welcome to the South Carolina Military Museum!
Please join us on October 31st at 1:00 pm as the South Carolina Military Department and the South Carolina Military Museum honor our State’s Korean War veterans! A special ceremony will be held whereby each veteran will receive the prestigious “Korean Ambassador for Peace Medal”.
The event is located at the Columbia Armory and the Military Museum with guest speakers including MG Robert E. Livingston, Jr. (USA), Adjutant General for the State of South Carolina, and 1LT Bill Funchess (USA, Ret.), Korean War veteran and Chinese POW. Please help us show that South Carolina has never forgotten its Korean War veterans!
1225 Bluff Road, Columbia, SC 29201
Located in the capital city of Columbia, the South Carolina Military Museum is one of the largest and premiere National Guard museums in the country. It's mission is to honor and chronicle the South Carolina citizen soldier and this State's martial tradition from its colonial founding in 1670 to present-day operations worldwide. Featuring an impressive collection of artifacts, displays and exhibits, the Museum tells the story of the South Carolina militia, its evolution into the National Guard, and its important role today as a force multiplier for the United States Army and Air Force.
The South Carolina Military Museum possesses a vast array of authentic firearms, edged weapons, uniforms, artillery pieces, and armored fighting vehicles that literally bring history to life. The Museum also possesses a dedicated staff and numerous volunteers who truly care about sharing the State's military history. When you walk into our doors, you'll be greeted by smiling faces and persons eager to answer your questions.
We sincerely hope you visit this great Museum and learn of the past and ongoing sacrifices made by her sons and daughters in uniform. Their history, after all, is your history and the South Carolina Military Museum is devoted to preserving this legacy for all generations.