We visited the gardens with Bob and Reggie during our stay in Myrtle Beach. It’s a sculpture garden and wildlife preserve, established on former rice plantations. Over 1400 sculptures are on display over 551 acres on the property.
We walked the paths through the extensive gardens, stopping to view and photograph the incredible sculptures and fountains that are worked into the landscaping. We took a boat tour through the marshes where the rice was grown, and learned the history of the plantations.
One ticket is good for 7 days admission. We went only one day, but wish we’d had time in our schedule for another visit..
Website: Brookgreen Gardens