STEM Special Programs
Student Museum Tours - Discover SRS history on display with rotating exhibits loaned to the Museum from the SRS Curation Facility.
Regional Robot Showcase - Students from across the region showcase their robots and provides an opporunity to learn more about the new generation of robotics enthusiasts!
National Nuclear Science Week - The SRS Museum is a partner, along with numerous local organizations associated with the Savannah River Site, in recognition of National Nuclear Science Week, celebrating Aiken's long history with nuclear science.
Atoms in the Alley - The first downtown celebration was held October 21, 2017, and provides an opportunity for fun in this family friendly event celebrating Aiken County and the surrounding area's nuclear history. Events include science-related demonstrations, live music, vendors, and a movie!
Group Museum Tours
USCA Academy for Lifelong Learning
This website covers topics related to SRS, including its history, and provides links to many other websites, including those of various government agencies and private companies associated with SRS.
This is a University of South Carolina website for the archeological research on and around the SRS, spanning of time ranging from over ten thousand years prior to the Common Era up until the early 1950s. The website contains links to several historical reports written on some of the towns that were formerly located on Savannah River Site.
This is the website for a “parent” organizations of the SRS Museum. The physical museum contains exhibits about SRS and the communities that existed in that area before SRS was established.
This is the website of another “parent” organization of the SRS Museum.
This web page is on the web site of a government agency responsible for stewardship of the South Carolina’s historic resources. Several downloadable reports dealing with SRS are listed in the Industry-related History section of this web page. The report titled “Savannah River Site at Fifty” may not be accessible on all browsers at all locations.
A huge site that contains (or provides links to) many original documents and other types of source materials (such as oral histories). Its primary focus is on the Manhattan Project (1941-1946).