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Visit the Bob Campbell Geology Museum

Directions to the Bob Campbell Geology Museum

The Bob Campbell Geology Museum is located on the grounds of the South Carolina Botanical Garden in Clemson, SC, on the east side of the Clemson University campus. The main entrance is located on Perimeter Road between Highway 76 and Cherry Road.

The physical/mailing address is:

Bob Campbell Geology Museum
140 Discovery Lane
Clemson, SC 29634

(if using a GPS device, you may need to use the address 103 Garden Trail)

We have bookmarked this location for you in Google Maps.

For a map view of the  Museum and Garden in relation to Clemson University Campus, click here.

From Greenville, SC: Take I-85 South and then exit 19-B toward Clemson onto Highway 76. Continue on Hwy. 76 about 9 miles. You will pass the Armory on your right and shortly thereafter come to a stoplight. At this light, take a left turn onto Perimeter Road (Pearman Blvd.). Continue about 1/2 mile to the Garden's main entrance on the left.

From Easley, SC: Take Highway 123 toward Clemson. Exit Hwy. 93 in Clemson and go left. Travel 1 mile then cross over Hwy. 76 and take a hard left to get onto Hwy. 76 headed towards Anderson. Go 1/4 mile and take a right at first light, Perimeter Road (Pearman Blvd.). Continue about 1/2 mile to the Garden's main entrance on the left.

From Seneca/Walhalla, SC: Take Highway 123 toward Clemson. Exit onto Highway 93 toward Clemson University campus. Follow 93 to the next light and turn right onto Perimeter Road. After you cross Cherry Road (the golf course is on your right) the entrance to the Garden is about 3/4 mile ahead on your right.

From Charlotte, NC: Take I-85 South and then exit 19-B toward Clemson onto Highway 76. Continue on Hwy. 76 about 9 miles. You will pass the Armory on your right and shortly thereafter come to a stoplight. At this light, take a left turn onto Perimeter Road (Pearman Blvd.). Continue about 1/2 mile to the Garden's main entrance on the left.

From Atlanta, GA: Take I-85 North toward Greenville, SC, then exit 19-B at Clemson. Continue on Hwy. 76 about 9 miles. You will pass the Armory on your right and shortly thereafter come to a stoplight. At this light, take a left turn onto Perimeter Road (Pearman Blvd.). Continue about 1/2 mile to the Garden's main entrance on the left.

From Columbia, SC: Take I-26 west toward Greenville/Spartanburg to I-385 west toward Greenville. Get on I-85 South toward Atlanta, then exit 19-B toward Clemson. Continue on Hwy. 76 about 9 miles. You will pass the Armory on your right and shortly thereafter come to a stoplight. At this light, take a left turn onto Perimeter Road (Pearman Blvd.). Continue about 1/2 miles to the Garden's main entrance on the left.

Hours and Fees

The Bob Campbell Geology Museum is open Monday through Sunday, 10:00am to 5:00pm. Admission is FREE; however, donations are encouraged as they help us maintain and expand our exhibits and research (suggested donation $3.00 per person). The museum is dedicated to presenting our collections to students, scholars, and the public in a manner that both informs and entertains. The museum is handicap accessible. The museum is closed on Clemson University holidays. For additional information please call (864) 656-4600.

Parking

Parking is free and plentiful in the lot just below the Bob Campbell Geology Museum. The parking lot is large enough to accommodate buses and RVs. Large groups that plan to begin their visit near the front of the garden (i.e., by the caboose) are encouraged to drop-off/pick-up their passengers and then park their buses below the geology museum as only 2 bus parking spots are available in the front parking lot and buses and RV's are not allowed in car spaces.

Current Weather Conditions

If you are viewing this web page on a smart phone and you cannot see the live weather updates below, please use the following link to access current weather at the SC Botanical Garden and the Campbell Geology Museum. You can also view extended weather forecasts here to assist with planning your visit to the museum.