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Claussen’s

Claussen’s

Claussen’s Bakery, 2003 Greene Street, Columbia, 1940. Image courtesy Russell Maxey Photograph Collection, Richland Library...

Yesterday’s

Yesterday’s

Located at the intersection of Santee, Devine and Harden, Yesterday’s was built as one of the first known businesses in...

Postcard Mural

Postcard Mural

A popular spot for selfies, group shots, and more the Postcard Mural is a must-see! Commissioned by the Five Points...

Logan the Leprechaun

Logan the Leprechaun

You may have spotted Logan hanging around Five Points, but have you found all six!? Let the Great Five Points Leprechaun...

The Hubbell

The Hubbell

Weighing over 15,000 pounds, this brick wheel stands upright at Devine Street and Saluda Avenue. The masonry sculpture was...

Centennial Plaza

Centennial Plaza

Centennial Plaza ​Kugel The completion of the Centennial Plaza culminates efforts of Five Points’ Centennial Year in 2015,...

Blossom Street Train Trestle

Blossom Street Train Trestle

A welcoming gateway, the Blossom Street Train Trestle is one of the entry points into Five Points and a pathway between the...

Over 100 Years of History

Over 100 Years of History

With significant improvement of storm drainage infrastructure in the 1910’s and 1920’s the City of Columbia prepared the...

Five Points Theater & Marquee

Five Points Theater & Marquee

Opening the doors in 1939 the Five Points Theater was a favorite spot for locals with tickets just nine cents! “Long before...

Saluda Avenue Fountain

Saluda Avenue Fountain

A decade after the iconic Five Points Plaza Fountain was made its mark, the second fountain made its debut marking the...

Five Points Plaza Fountain

Five Points Plaza Fountain

Synonymous with Five Points to locals and a must-see for visitors, the Five Points Fountain was built in 1997 by the Five...