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Hidden : 06/15/2017
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Size: Size:   small (small)

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Geocache Description:

This cache is part of the Eclipse Coin Trail, celebrating a weekend of activities in Columbia and Lexington, SC, which culminate in a rare solar eclipse. The eclipse will occur Monday, August 21, 2017, at 2:41 pm and the Midlands will be one of the best places to witness this historic event. The total eclipse will last 2:36 minutes.


The Town of Lexington bought this property in 2012 as part of its effort to revitalize downtown. Before the Civil War, this housed a shoe shop and later businesses included a cotton warehouse as well as a fertilizer and a coal sales company. In 1928, an ice processing plant opened and this is where the amphitheater derives its name. That same year on May 19, 1928, there was a total solar eclipse that was best seen in Antarctica.

The amphitheater is a 900 seat venue that will host community events such as concerts to improve Lexington County residents’ quality of life. During events, the cache will not be available. Please visit and reference “EVENTS” to make sure the cache will be accessible during your visit.


Passports can be printed at ECLIPSE COIN TRAIL. A unique stamp is located in each cache for you to stamp your passport. Once you have completed 5 in each category, bring your passport to the Columbia Visitor’s Center in the Convention Center for your coin. More details are located on the passport. 

Additional Hints (Decrypt)

Gur pnpur znl or n yvggyr "ebpxl".

Decryption Key


(letter above equals below, and vice versa)

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