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Thoroughbred Racing Hall Of Fame & Museum


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The Aiken Jaycees started this collection of horse racing memorabilia to commemorate locally trained horses that have won fame on racetracks across the country. Two of the best known are Kelso, a five-time national champion, and 1981 Kentucky Derby and Preakness winner Pleasant Colony. Located on the grounds of Hopelands Gardens. Artistic and historic exhibitions are held throughout the year. Call or e-mail for more information.


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Washington Center for the Arts

This two-year-old state of the art facility seats approximately 300, plus the 32 seat Hospitality Suite/Balcony which is available for pre- and post-show receptions, while maintaining an intimate atmosphere. The 52

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Christmas In Hopelands

Lighted holiday displays and pathways create a holiday fantasy land at Hopeland Gardens. Concerts by local groups provide holiday entertainment from the garden'

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