Very small place. Takes 2 minutes to see everything twice. Takes longer to sign the guest book than to visit.
The museum has free admission, although they like donations. They do a wonderful job with activities for children in the summer. They have had interactive exhibits on Babar traveling around the world where the kids got to dress up for each country, miniature golf with the backdrop of famous paintings, etc
Very nice museum...learned many thing I didn't know about Myrtle Beach even though I lived here for 15yrs...clean and very friendly...a must go to....
It was the coldest day of the year so far and we needed something to do inside. All of the other site reviews are accurate and valid. They have a completely voluntary donation bowl and no hustle for money. The two exhibits were quite good (Appalachian art & ballads and fabric/ texture mediums). An amazing feature was no guards, no... More
This is a wonderful little FREE museum (requested donation $5). They have two floors of exhibits. The main floor was split into exhibits from the museum and a traveling exhibit from an international fiber faire - both were quite good. The upper floor is used for another traveling exhibit. There is also a gift shop and a nice little tea... More
Great for rainy days for tourists on the Grand Strand or regular trips by locals looking for a dose of regional culture and art, this is a two-story museum in a charming sprawling home-like building that has a few educational displays or art exhibits going on at a time and special events practically monthly--like a Chinese New Year / Cultural... More
As an artist I like to visit as many galleries as possible while vacationing. This one was a great place to spend a cold January day. It is easy to find and it seems like they promote art in their local area with many events. Loved the work by Julyan Davis.
The exhibits were great for a small museum. We saw exhibits of beautiful beaded coats, local photos, sea glass, and Gullah life. the museum is free but dobatiobs are requested. Unfortunately this museum is not advertised enough. it was a far better way to spend a few calm quiet hours than at the obnoxious number of shopping places.
It has traveling exhibits that reach out to everyone. It has special events, and always has inspirational things for children. It is a must see place when your at the beach... especially on a bad weather day. Something for the entire family. It is a donation entry.
This is a very small art museum; however, it has unique exhibits which change periodically. Whenever you are in Myrtle Beach, check to see what the exhibit is and stop by if it is of interest. The staff is very helpful.
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