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This museum is an extension of the Aiken County Historical Museum and is managed by the SRS Heritage Foundation. The museum is located in the old Historic Dibble Memorial Library building. The museum is designed to educate the public on the Savannah River Site's role in the Cold War and encourage interest in STEM careers thorough displays and activities.
This free tour educates the public about the Savannah River site operations, facilities, and workers, as well as some of the site's history. Guests are taken on a tour of the University of Georgia's Ecology Lab, Curation facility, historic Dunbarton town site, and reactor C.
Historic walking tour of Ellenton, South Carolina. Residents of Ellenton and Dunbarted where relocated after recieving an eminent domain from the federal government to clear these towns for the creation of the Savannah River Site during the Cold War.
Savannah River Site Cold War Historic Property Documentation: Narrative and Photography Series