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Myrtle Beach Colored School Museum

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Myrtle Beach Colored School Museum

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900 Dunbar St, Myrtle Beach, SC 29577-5662
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Polynesian Fire Luau and Dinner Show Ticket in Myrtle Beach
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Polynesian Fire Luau and Dinner Show Ticket in Myrtle Beach

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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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JSKazoo wrote a review Mar 2019
Kalamazoo, Michigan508 contributions97 helpful votes
After several attempts we finally connected and are we glad we did. Ms. Fanny Brown is amazing and museum is very well done and filled with relative history and artifacts of black history. Very impactful. So glad we went.
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Date of experience: March 2019
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Patricia Y wrote a review Sep 2018
41 contributions17 helpful votes
I just love this place. The evening we were there, a gentleman who has lived his whole life in Myrtle Beach was there and told us so many interesting and useful things about the school and the area including many artifacts contained within. There is also a reproduction of CHARLIE"S PLACE...a really cool Jazz Club located in the general area. Charlie's is gone but Myrtle Beach still gets to JAZZ it out every year around the end of September, so if you like Jazz....just go to the MB website and check it out. And make sure you stop at the Museum...it is educational to everyone..
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Date of experience: April 2018
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KangarooNewman wrote a review Aug 2018
Abington, Pennsylvania15 contributions6 helpful votes
So thankful for Mrs. Fannie’s guided tour today. Learned so much. This is a must visit to keep the history alive and keep an appreciation for everyday blessings and opportunities for all cultures.
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Date of experience: August 2018
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thedipman wrote a review Apr 2018
Howland, Maine1,002 contributions199 helpful votes
Nice way to kill an hour or two and pick up some history facts . Bring the kids they might pick up a bit of history.
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Date of experience: April 2018
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Veronica B wrote a review Sep 2017
Marietta, Georgia44 contributions18 helpful votes
Having done research prior to coming to MB, this was on the list of places to visit, plus it was free! (You can make a donation to): Grand Strand Cultural Arts Foundation 1208 Hemingway Street Myrtle Beach, SC 29577 When we arrived, we were greeted by two ladies who volunteer their time and take you on a personal guided tour. We were facinated by all the memorabilia and artifacts this place holds. It's like traveling back in time to another era (which it was), and to see the struggles of the African American people. A very eye-opening exhibit that is a must see if you are ever in the MB area.
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Date of experience: September 2017
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