Located on the coast just south of Myrtle Beach, Brookgreen Gardens was the first public sculpture garden built in the United States. It opened in 1931 and is made up of four former rice plantations. This is a great place for photography and also features a wildlife sanctuary, back road tours, and creek excursions. Be sure to check out the butterfly house, pontoon boat excursions, and any of their seasonal events, including summer concerts, children's activities, and plant sales.
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