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I always stop into this gallery visiting Myrtle. Exhibits are interesting with mixes of all media. the setting is quiet; staff are friendly; the gift shop often surprises me with unique items though it is small.
A very nice location with easy parking. The exhibits change with regularity and how on visit were interesting and well done. The greeter at the front desk was very nice and gave a quick explanation of what we could expect and off we went. A...More
My husband and I visited the Burroughs-Chapin Art Museum today - what a gem. A friend suggested that we go and we had a wonderful time. The permanent collection is wonderful - historic maps and beautiful paintings of Gullah life as well as other pieces...More
The Elizabeth Bradley collection is particularly beautiful and the artist's journal entries posted beside many of her pieces are equally exquisite. Other art was nice but her collection alone would have made it a very worthwhile visit. You can have a cup of tea and...More
We visited here on a rainy January day and enjoyed a delightful break from the weather and the commercialism in Myrtle. The museum's exhibit about local history is great - worth a trip. The setting is serene - great views over the dunes. A new...More
This small, local museum displays art of the American southeast. The museum shows photography, paintings, maps, pottery, quilts, and other objects, from their own collection as well as from traveling exhibitions. There is a large gallery downstairs, large enough to sometimes show two exhibitions, and...More
Locally live in Myrtle Beach... But never knew this place existed!
very surprised! My Friend Sherry worked the front desk to my surprise again. Sooo full of knowledge and i had a visitor from NY with me. She fell in love with the museum.
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No pavilion, but the lovely enclosed tea porch and the adjoining exhibit room would make a nice venue. Although there would be no room for seating to speak of. They also have a large lawn that might be used for a... More
No pavilion, but the lovely enclosed tea porch and the adjoining exhibit room would make a nice venue. Although there would be no room for seating to speak of. They also have a large lawn that might be used for a performance. There is a calendar on their website.