Take a sneak peak into Brookgreen Gardens, located between Myrtle Beach and Pawleys Island and about an hour drive from Charleston, featuring the world’s largest outdoor collection of sculptures by American artists. For aproximately the price of a movie ticket you can enjoy for 7 consecutive days the amazing sculptures, exquisite gardens, the Lowcountry zoo and much more.
Get more information and travel tips at my previous post on Brookgreen Gardens.
That’s a family outdoor recreation, art and history children education definitely worth shouting about!
Learn the Lowcountry history and enjoy the beautiful South Carolina outdoors!
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