A beautiful 9,170-acre green park located 16 miles south of Myrtle Beach.
A collection of four plantations purchased at the start of the Great Depression and turned into a vast sculpture garden for American representative art, many executed by the once-famous wife of the couple that established the place. Contains a great deal of exquisite sculpture, some of it monumental, and including a couple of galleries housing many smaller pieces. There's also a small zoo with a very good exhibit of local fauna, and of course many, many, many gardens, each graced by tastefully-arranged art. Really too much to see in half a day, even if you don't take the boat cruise (available for an additional, worthwhile, charge).
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- Sun - Sat: 9:30 am - 5:00 pm
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