Myrtle Beach/Brookgreen Gardens SC ... April 2008

During our annual trip to Myrtle Beach in April 2008, we drove down to Brookgreen Gardens.  This is a garden museum located a few miles south of Myrtle Beach, right on Route 17.  We went there several years ago when the kids were young.  This isn't exactly the kind of attraction that three young kids enjoyed, so we decided to go back where we could more leisurely take in the sights.

Brookgreen  Gardens is now a National Historic Landmark.  According to their website, they have "the most significant collection of figurative sculpture in an outdoor setting by American artists in the world and has the only zoo accredited by the Association of Zoos and Aquariums on the coast of the Carolinas."

As part of our visit, we also took a boat ride through a river in the area where we saw several gators and other wildlife.

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