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Brookgreen Gardens
Botanical Garden
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1931 Brookgreen Garden Dr Murrells Inlet, SC 29576
1931 Brookgreen Garden DriveUSSouth CarolinaMurrells Inlet29576
Botanical Garden, Garden
Botanical Garden
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Today 9:30 AM – 5:00 PM
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Unique public space combines a botanical garden with outdoor sculptures & exhibits of wild animals.- Google
"Sculptures/statues, beautiful gardens-live oaks, and wildlife."
"Undoubtedly this would be a beautiful place if it were spring."
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Corey Edmondson
3 weeks ago
This was the most absolutely beautiful and favorite place we visited on our vacation. My wife and I had no idea what to expect as we just saw some brochures. The gardens were absolutely beautiful, the staff all extremely polite, and the zoo area was my personal favorite. The mother nature tour was my favorite and it was amazing seeing the otters up close in a real nature habitat. We couldn't do all the extra tours we wanted due to my wife's pregnancy but I will visit this place next time I return. It was just a truly wonderful experience would recommend for anyone with a love for history and beauty.
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Joy Obrian
3 weeks ago
This was a beautiful place to explore on our mid-October weeklong vacation to Myrtle Beach, SC. We were pleased to learn that our general admittance ticket (I think it was $15 for adults) could be used for 7 consecutive days! The gardens, grounds, sculptures, and other exhibits were magnificent and informative. There is a lot of area to walk (if you want) and many things to see, so visits on multiple days certainly may be needed! To get around quicker than walking, you can enjoy the complimentary TRAM to and from locations within the park. If you want to go on any extra tours (such as the River Tour or Plantation Tour), be sure to go to the Low Country building right away when you arrive. They only take reservations there for the extra tours (they cost extra $) the SAME DAY on a first-come first-served basis until the tours are full. The small wildlife zoo included on the grounds was unexpected. The Low Country exhibits about slavery and plantation living in the south were well done and very educational. This place is truly a GEM in the Myrtle Beach, SC area. We are from SW Michigan, and put it on the same level as Frederik Meijer Gardens (botanical gardens and sculpture park) in Grand Rapids, MI. We are so pleased that a SC local on our airplane flight told us to visit this place!
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Phillip Guyton
a week ago
awesome place to visit - if you can catch it at the right time in april when the flowers are all in bloom it's breath taking the night of 1000 candles in december is also pretty epic
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Matthew Gregg
3 weeks ago
Beautiful gardens and statuary. Come prepared to walk a good bit, tho they do have a shuttle. Restaurant was surprisingly good with excellent service.
Brandi Cook
3 months ago
Very beautiful grounds. Well maintained vegetation and wonderful sculptures. The dining was a nice escape from the heat as well. It was nice to see that most animals have been rescued from other situations. Some of the audio speakers along the walks weren't working, but overall it was a great day learning about the history of the area and relaxing in its beauty.
Simon Schwindt
a month ago
$15 per adult for entry but worth it if you enjoy arboretum/garden. The bronze sculptures are simply beautiful and interesting. Overall a very peaceful and enjoyable experience, did not bother with zoo area as we didn't bring children. Visited October 20, 2015 which may have helped experience.
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Michael Goff
8 months ago
Lots of beautiful statues and nature trails. We went in early spring so there was not a lot flowers but overall still very pretty. The absolute best part was the bird enclosure. You are able to get up close and personal with a variety of water and marsh birds. Great for pictures be sure to wear comfy shoes. Tickets are good for 7 days so you can freely return.
Megan Russell
5 months ago
I really enjoyed my visit to Brookgreen. We used a Groupon so we got in for 2 for $15 which was nice. What I liked about it is that there was a little of everything. Sculptures/statues, beautiful gardens-live oaks, and wildlife. There's a storybook town with little wooden fairtale houses which would be cute for kids. When we walked the animal trails, the caretaker was feeding the birds of prey so we got to see them eat! We spent a few hours here and enjoyed every minute. We went into the butterfly exhibit for $3 each and I could do without that experience, but for $3 you might as well. The best thing about it is that your tickets are good for 6 days so you can go back if you want to spend more time there.
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