“Very well aligned with South Carolina standards.” - Elementary school teacher, Rock Hill, S.C.
“It was wonderful to let the students see and read about so many things we learned about in social studies – it linked very well to the S.C. Standards. The tour guide was very well informed and kept the students’ attention. The students were very excited and they LOVED it.” - Elementary school teacher, Landrum, S.C.
“Excellent review of the state’s history. Mr. Long was outstanding.” - Military school teacher, Summerville, S.C.
“We really enjoyed our visit. The lecture and exhibits are awesome. Our guide was dressed in Civil War attire and demonstrated great patience with my special education students. I am going to let everyone know how wonderful this trip was.” - Middle school teacher, Lexington, S.C.
“Our kids especially loved the weapons and ammunition from the various wars and eras. Thank you for allowing us to share in this wonderful museum.”
- Elementary school teacher, Abbeville, S.C.
“An excellent presentation. The students were totally attentive due to the content and the style of the presenter. This exhibit is a must for any class which studies World War I.” - Elementary school teacher, Gilbert, S.C.
“The tour was very impressive and extremely beneficial. I am delighted that cadets had an opportunity to see, hear and gather so much information regarding the state…we look forward to the next visit.” - JROTC instructor, Cross, S.C.
“A wonderful museum. Students can learn so much here!” - Elementary school teacher, Spartanburg, S.C.
“Mr. Long’s tour kept the children’s attention through interesting stories and little known facts. Learning about history through the lives of real people from the past was especially effective.” - Elementary school teacher, Lugoff, S.C.
“Joe Long’s knowledge is almost miraculous. Thank you so much for the information, stories and the friendly atmosphere. We will definitely be back.” - Home school group leader, Grovetown, Ga.
“Very enjoyable and informative. The presenters kept the students engaged the entire time. The students were very eager to share the information that they learned with each other and their teachers. The students also enjoyed viewing all of the artifacts that reflect the history of their home state.” - Elementary school teacher, Columbia, S.C.
“Our kids were asking all sorts of questions – keep up the great work!” - Private school teacher, Greenville, S.C.
“The wealth of knowledge Mr. Long possesses and shares is amazing! He answered all questions. We enjoyed the way he explained the continuity of history, tying the Civil War to World War I and World War II.” - Home school parent, Columbia, S.C.
“It is a beautiful museum. I hope to have more time next time. 30 minutes is not enough.” - Private school teacher, Greenville, S.C.