Join historic Columbia as the city celebrates the re-opening of the Woodrow Wilson Family Home at a party fit for a president, inspired by the year the house was saved from the wrecking ball- 1928. Attendees are encouraged to wear flapper fringe, top hats and tails, and get ready to party to like a president!
After eight years of research, rehabilitation and restoration, South Carolina’s only presidential site, the Woodrow Wilson Family Home: A Museum of Reconstruction in Columbia and Richland County, will reopen to the public on Saturday, February 15th with a full state of opening weekend activities February 15 – 17th , Presidents Day weekend. Visitors will see the Woodrow Wilson Family Home like never before. Professionally-designed exhibits, hands-on interactive displays, audio and video components and exterior signage will explore the Wilson family’s life in Columbia while tracking the charged social, political and economic issues of Reconstruction.
Date: Friday, February 7th at 7:00 p.m.
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