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#1 of 16 Museums in Myrtle Beach
Museum is a real art - even though science plays a part lot to learnt- Myrtle beach and SC has lot of history in every way This beach has special significances for tourtist Lot of NC people also stop by Good way t...
Looking for a fun wholesome way to spend a couple of hours...... fun.... the people that run this are amazing....friendly.... very clean!!!! Another great part it is a nonprofit!!!!!!!!!! Proceeds go to charity!!!...
#2 of 16 Museums in Myrtle Beach
Wonderful exhibits, beautiful facility, fun tea-room, excellent gift shop, free admission (but, hey--be a sport and make a donation).
The museum shows photography, paintings, maps, pottery, quilts, and other objects, from their own collection as well as from traveling exhibitions.
#3 of 16 Museums in Myrtle Beach
We love going to the Market Commons area, on our way we have to stop here, my kids love the planes and we love that they can learn some history while we are there, walking paths, swings, and a great memorial to fa...
Excellent way to roll a history lesson into our vacation, and reinforce to our kids how thankful we are for our veterans.
#4 of 16 Museums in Myrtle Beach
Since he keeps adding or changing whats on display we visit once or twice a year, We highly recommend you see this!
The museum owner Paul Cummings is a former drag racer and tells lots of fun stories about his racing days.
#5 of 16 Museums in Myrtle Beach
Such an Exciting Museum, Hands On Scenes and Exhibits are Fantastic !! Travelers Tip , Get a Coupon Booklet { they are everywhere and Free} Buy the Combo Pass and you get 3 attractions in the Same Building !! Tons...
Great fun for the whole family, really unique that they provide props for you to take pictures with wax figures, makes it 10x more fun!
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#6 of 16 Museums in Myrtle Beach
We always hit all the Ripley's attractions when we go to Myrtle Beach, and saving the museum ticket for a possible rainy or extra hot day is the perfect thing!
Always fun to see what Ripley has in store - spent about an hour wondering around the oddities - always interesting!!
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#7 of 16 Museums in Myrtle Beach
It is located in the Myrtle Beach Mall on the end by the Bass Pro Shop.. Check hours for operation; when they are open, it is completely free and open to the public, and there are usually several of the club membe...
They are quick to answer your questions as well as offer advise to those (my husband) who are enthusiasts for this classic hobby.
#8 of 16 Museums in Myrtle Beach
We made arts and crafts, electrical circuits, played giant games of chess and connect 4, felt stories, gem mining, paper air plane contests, built GIANT buildings, Legos, and more!
I was looking forward to returning with my son on our trip to myrtle this summer~ Great kid museum where my son (aged 18 mos then) was able to enjoy himself but i would think great up til age 7ish!
#9 of 16 Museums in Myrtle Beach
The nice thing is it is relaxed and have someone on hand to give the background on the artist and will show you other artwork of the same artist.
Artwork from over 70 local artists and variety and prices vary greatly.
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#12 of 16 Museums in Myrtle Beach
Stop in his studio, check it out, and have a chat with William or any of the other artists that might be there.
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