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The Weather in Columbia
The above is a climate diagram for Columbia. On average, the warmest month is July. Conversely, January is the coolest month in Columbia, with temperatures going under 37° The rainiest month is July while the driest month is October.
Explore South Carolina's capital from your Columbia vacation home
South Carolina, Columbia, is known for its state history, natural attractions, and southern cuisine. Choose a family style home in a quiet neighborhood or a modern downtown apartment as your base for exploring this exciting city.
South Carolina is famous for barbecue, and some of its finest can be found in Columbia. For a sampling of this state delicacy in hipster ambiance, head to the Midwood Smokehouse. Their award-winning brisket, ribs, and beer on tap are sure to satisfy your carnivorous cravings.
Solstice Kitchen serves American soul food with a contemporary twist and a focus on fresh locally sourced ingredients. For a more casual experience, visit during lunch or sit in the bar area. Menu favorites include down-home dishes like shrimp and grits, pulled pork, and buttermilk fried chicken served alongside local beer and wine.
For a glimpse into state legislature past and present, head to the South Carolina State House. Free guided tours of the interior are available Monday through Friday. A stroll through the well-kept grounds featuring numerous statues and memorials is a great way to end your visit.
The Governor's Mansion offers a different perspective on the state's history in a beautifully preserved historic building. Visitors can enjoy a free guided tour for more information on the building's history, period art, and antiques.
The Columbia Canal and Riverfront Park is an outstanding place for an early evening walk or run. Free entrance, an exercise area, and miles of hike and bike paths make this a top choice for locals and visitors spending time outdoors.
Harbison State Forest makes an excellent day trip for visitors taking a break from the city. Over 20 miles of hiking trails offer something for everyone, including paved low-impact nature walks. Mornings are the best time for nature viewing and photography.
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