March is Women’s History Month. The purpose of Women’s History Month is to focus attention on the contributions women have made in history. Thanks to Pro Mover Reviews, a list of the top 150 destinations across the US have been compiled to celebrate the month. There are many you can see across the state of South Carolina.

From historical landmarks to events to museums, these are the top US destinations to celebrate Women’s History Month this year. We have created a list of three places to visit across South Carolina out of the 150 destinations. Have fun if you decide to pay one of these three a visit.

  • 1. Brookgreen Gardens

    Pick a nice day to spend in the Brookgreen Gardens. Wander along the garden’s nature trails to see prized sculptures created by Anna Hyatt Huntington, who co-founded the garden. Each section of the garden introduces a new theme with sculptures.

  • 2. Richland County - City Landmark Tour

    Richland County spotlights many of the local women deserving of recognition from the past. Tour the town to see landmarks, historical markers, and street names telling the story of local women’s history. Much of the focus for the city’s landmarks are dedicated to African American women.

  • 3. Several Newberry College Historic District

    Several Newberry College Historic District buildings have been repurposed from their original use. But this Women’s History Month, explore their origin with a campus tour. Stop by the historic marker listing buildings like Smeltzer Hall and Derrick Hall, which were used as all-female dorms.