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Franklin G. Burroughs - Simeon B. Chapin Art Museum

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Experience the spirit of the Polynesian islands without leaving South Carolina during a dinner show and luau in Myrtle Beach. The evening's entertainment begins with a lei greeting and buffet dinner, then continues with a fire and dance performance. The show includes live music, acrobatics, and performances by fire knife champions who hail from various Polynesian islands.
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blackriverwoman wrote a review Sep 2020
West Virginia324 contributions165 helpful votes
The house that houses this museum originally belonged to a wealthy family in the area who donated it for the museum. It was moved to the current location. The exhibits that we saw were related to childhood sexual abuse and abuse of isolated minority women. We need to be reminded of issues like this and to speak out whenever we are aware of it. I personally had a friend who was abused by an uncle when she was 12 and it destroyed her life. The staff is very knowledgeable and friendly. There is plenty of free parking and the museum is free.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Courtney_Robyn wrote a review Jun 2020
Brentwood, Missouri42 contributions13 helpful votes
This is a nice little gem in the Myrtle Beach area. Art work was well displayed. I went with 4 stars instead of 5 as it is a smaller gallery with only 3 exhibits. Currently all 3 revolve around women.
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Date of experience: June 2020
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susan p wrote a review Mar 2020
Myrtle Beach, South Carolina133 contributions36 helpful votes
This is a building with many small rooms for lots of display. There was one room with an artist display that actual hung from thre ceiling all through ther middle of the room. It was sho cool. You have to check it out for sure.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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carpediemejc wrote a review Mar 2020
Gainesville, Florida92 contributions40 helpful votes
On a recent rainy day, I decided to visit this FREE museum. I am an art lover so when I discovered that this museum is FREE, I was extra happy. When I walked in, the woman at the front desk greeted me and handed me four oversized postcards. Each one was for one of the exhibits currently in place. She explained each exhibit briefly. The museum is small but how long it takes someone to go through it depends on the person. It took me roughly 60-90 minutes. The first exhibit right now is colorless sketches of Andrew Wyeth paintings. Joe Hoffman (the artist) made sketches that are his own take on Wyeth's paintings. I did get a real thrill when the artist himself introduced himself to me and let me take his picture next to one of his sketches. These are the kinds of cool things that happen when you visit small, local museums. The Sara Golish exhibit is small but should NOT be missed. I was not familiar with her but her work is quite powerful. They also have a small but nice gift shop and a little reading room/library.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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DayTrip819223 wrote a review Mar 2020
North Carolina15 contributions1 helpful vote
Great place to visit on a rainy or cool day. We enjoyed the different artists that were featured and the information about them. Nice lounge area for some tea or coffee afterwards.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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