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3979 Highway 17 Business # 4123, Murrells Inlet, SC 29576-6190
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Local Folklore and Family Fortunes Near Myrtle Beach Trolley Tour
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Local Folklore and Family Fortunes Near Myrtle Beach Trolley Tour

Guests will enjoy a trolley ride just south of Myrtle Beach to the fishing community of Murrells Inlet, SC. Along the way, they will hear stories of local ghosts, pirates, and the wealthy families who once had homes in the area who helped shape our nation’s history. A comfort stop will be made at a charming Lowcountry store. Then guests will have a memorable non-stop ride through the world-renowned Brookgreen Gardens. The experience is complete when they return to The Market Common in Myrtle Beach where upscale restaurants, stores and entertainment venues await them.
$40.00 per adult
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Caux wrote a review Oct 2020
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The place is not that appealing as the walk is just for walking. Nothing to make it more appealing!!
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Date of experience: October 2020
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LonestarSpartan wrote a review Oct 2020
Chapel Hill, North Carolina527 contributions157 helpful votes
We walked the entire Boardwalk during a late sunny weekday morning. There weren't a lot of people there which was nice. We had a nice casual walk from one end to the other. It was almost low tide so you could see a lot of the Oyster beds. There are a lot of restaurants along the boardwalk, along with boat rentals, jet ski rentals, kayak rentals and fishing charters. We didn't visit any of the restaurants (not dining in or out during Covid), but the restaurants were open and most had outside seating that was socially distanced. Fun thing to do.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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tazmtnbiker wrote a review Oct 2020
Sevierville, Tennessee445 contributions133 helpful votes
We always enjoy taking a stroll at the marshwalk after we eat in the area. Disappointed that the lights on the walkway out thru the pier were off. Still had a great relaxing stroll.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Saleen1975 wrote a review Oct 2020
Orlando, Florida45 contributions17 helpful votes
We absolutely love the marsh walk!! It’s nice especially now due to the circumstances to go outside and enjoy the sunsets and the live music. Great food and entertainment for all!! Very relaxing atmosphere and friendly people. Highly recommend visiting while on vacation here!!
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Karen123WV wrote a review Oct 2020
Elkins, West Virginia180 contributions22 helpful votes
The walk isn't particularly long and pretty much the only reason to go there is to search for a restaurant. There are some signs with interesting tidbits about the marsh to read while deciding where to eat.
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