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Find Nearby Things to Do in Aiken, SC

GuestHouse Inn invites you to spend an unforgettable vacation under our roof. Conveniently located near the downtown area, our hotel leaves little to be desired on an Aiken, SC vacation. Use our Quick Area Guide to located a number of exciting things to do in Aiken, SC such as the Aiken Bluegrass Festival, Citizen's Park and more.
Quick Area Guide
  • Aiken Bluegrass Festival
  • Aiken County Historical Museum (About 4 mi from hotel.)
  • Historic Downtown Aiken (About 4 mi from hotel.)
  • Hopeland Gardens (About 4 mi from hotel.)
  • Hitchcock Woods Horse Riding (About 4.5 mi from hotel.)
  • Triple Crown Steeple Chase (About 4.8 mi from hotel.)
  • Citizen's Park (About 6 mi from hotel.)
  • USC Aiken (About 6 mi from hotel.)
  • Augusta National Golf Course (About 18 mi from hotel.)
  • Aiken Municipal Airport (About 6 mi from hotel.)

Places of Interest
  • Historic Downtown Aiken
    4 miles from hotel
    In an age when downtown usually means "down-and-out," Aiken’s business district is alive and flourishing. With rarely an empty space, Historic Downtown Aiken’s stores take shoppers on flights of fancy and diners on delicious adventures.
  • Aiken County Historical Museum
    4 miles form hotel
    433 Newberry St., SW
    Aiken, SC
    (803) 642-2015
    The Museum is housed in a 1930's Winter Colony mansion named "Banksia". Its 3.5 acre grounds are also home to a 1890's one-room schoolhouse and a log cabin built in 1808.
  • Hopeland Gardens
    4 miles from hotel
    1700 Whiskey Rd
    Aiken, SC
    (803) 642-7630
    Wrapped behind a serpentine brick wall and under a canopy of ancient oaks, deodar cedars and magnolias, is Hopelands Gardens. Bequeathed to the City of Aiken by Mrs. C. Oliver Iselin, this 14 acre estate was opened in 1969 as a public garden. Radiating throughout the gardens is a network of paths shaded under 100 year old live oaks.
  • Thoroughbred Racing Hall of Fame & Museum
    4 miles from hotel
    1700 Whiskey Rd
    Aiken, SC
    (803) 642-7630
    Located within Hopelands Gardens, this Aiken attraction celebrates Aiken’s contributions to equestrian sports. Horses trained in Aiken who have gone on to become National Champions are enshrined in the Hall of Fame. These champions include Kentucky Derby winner - Pleasant Colony, Preakness winner - Summer Squall and the 5-time Horse of the Year Champion - Kelso.
  • Augusta National Golf Course
    18 miles from hotel
    2640 Washington Rd
    Augusta, GA
    (706) 667-6000
    Founded by Bobby Jones and Clifford Roberts and designed by Alister MacKenzie on the site of a former indigo plantation, the club opened for play in January 1933. Since 1934 it has played host to the annual Masters Tournament, one of the four major championships in professional golf.
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