Brookgreen Gardens in the Spring2018-12-10T12:05:23+00:00

Project Description

Bookgreen Gardens

Brookgreen Gardens

$119per person

Just South of Myrtle Beach is the floral jewel of South Carolina’s coast: Brookgreen Gardens. Consisting of 9,127 acres, the property boasts the largest and most comprehensive collection of American figurative sculpture in the country, displayed in a stunning garden setting. Stroll the Botanical Gardens with our private guide who will share the history of Brookgreen Gardens and the efforts of founders Archer Huntington and his wife, acclaimed sculptor Anna Hyatt Huntington, and their efforts to collect, exhibit, and preserve American sculpture and the plants and animals of the Southeast. Enjoy an included BBQ lunch before joining the Creek Excursion Boat Ride. Discover the unique and unspoiled setting of the creeks while a local guide talks about the tidal creeks, local flora and fauna, and the significant history of the colonial rice plantations that once made up Brookgreen Gardens. Finally, get up close and personal with some of the local wildlife at the Gardens’ award-winning zoo.

PRICE $119 Per Person

TRIP# 12932

INCLUDED

  • Roundtrip Transportation

  • Admission into Brookgreen Gardens

  • BBQ Lunch

  • Creek Excursion Boat Ride

Just South of Myrtle Beach is the floral jewel of South Carolina’s coast: Brookgreen Gardens. Consisting of 9,127 acres, the property boasts the largest and most comprehensive collection of American figurative sculpture in the country, displayed in a stunning garden setting. Stroll the Botanical Gardens with our private guide who will share the history of Brookgreen Gardens and the efforts of founders Archer Huntington and his wife, acclaimed sculptor Anna Hyatt Huntington, and their efforts to collect, exhibit, and preserve American sculpture and the plants and animals of the Southeast. Enjoy an included BBQ lunch before joining the Creek Excursion Boat Ride. Discover the unique and unspoiled setting of the creeks while a local guide talks about the tidal creeks, local flora and fauna, and the significant history of the colonial rice plantations that once made up Brookgreen Gardens. Finally, get up close and personal with some of the local wildlife at the Gardens’ award-winning zoo.