People from all over the world visit the Myrtle Beach, South Carolina area to relax, enjoy the sun and beautiful beach, and to explore the history and culture of the Grand Strand region! Here's a Top 10 list of favorite places to visit:
This 9,100-acre garden/museum preserve of native flora and fauna has over 1,400 statues by over 350 world sculptors throughout the park. Witness the natural beauty of the Grand Strand!
This National Historic Landmark was once a low country rice plantation. This beautiful stately home is South Carolina history before your very eyes! Hopsewee is located in Georgetown County.
For the connoisseur of shopping, Market Common is an aesthetically-pleasing specialty village. Brick and tree-lined urban community within Myrtle Beach itself. Enjoy its cultivated atmosphere of shopping for apparel, shoes, gifts, and more!
This quaint little fishing village on the south end serves up delicious seafood, cold drinks, and live music nightly. Several bars and restaurants line the wooden marsh walk, offering both fine dining and a laid-back bar atmosphere!
Explore the history of rice production and its impact on the South Strand at the Rice Museum in Georgetown.
The 2,500 acres of Huntington Beach State Park hold a rich bounty of history and nature! Wildlife lovers, campers and beachgoers keep coming back for more!
Since 1944, The Bowery music hall has entertained millions with its southern flair. Open 7 days a week with cold drinks and live music, the famous Bowery is where the band "Alabama" got their start!
Located in Conway, SC, The Horry County Museum is full of art and historical exhibits pertaining to the history and culture of Horry County. Free to the public.
A fine art gallery, Burroughs and Chapin Art Museum, in Myrtle Beach, has 10 revolving exhibits yearly with a stationary gallery of local southern artists. Enjoy amazing paintings, sculptures, ceramics, photography exhibits, and more!
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