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There is much to see and do while visiting the Clemson area. Clemson and its surrounding communities host a number of interesting historical landmarks and museums: the Woodburn and Ashtabula plantations, a local theatre troupe and, with the presence of Clemson University, attractions such as the South Carolina Botanical Gardens, the Brooks Center for the Performing Arts, Fort Hill (the former home of John C. Calhoun), Memorial Stadium, the Lee Gallery and the T. Ed Garrison Arena. Outdoor recreation is a major draw here, as is shopping in downtown Clemson, at the area’s six large shopping malls, 200 factory outlets and other retail sites. In addition, an eclectic mix of restaurants and nightlife hotspots are readily available throughout the area.

Visitors planning an extended stay to the Clemson area are pleased to find a variety of options for accommodations. Full-service hotels and motels are great for all kinds of travelers, offering a range of business services (Internet access, fax and copy services, etc.), meeting and event space as well as many other on-site and in-room conveniences. Local bed & breakfast inns, cottages and chalets are appealing for those looking to kick back and relax in a tranquil space, while quality campgrounds, cabins and RV parks present a wonderful opportunity to enjoy a night under the stars.

For more information on visiting the Clemson area, contact the Clemson Area Chamber of Commerce at 864-654-1200, stop by the office at 1105 Tiger Blvd. or visit its new tourism website at www.visitclemson.com.

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