Brookgreen Gardens is a unique melding of art, nature, and history. Located south of Myrtle Beach, this 9,127-acre property preserves the natural and cultivated landscape of an historic site.
In addition to the Live Oak Allée -- comprised of 250 year-old Live Oak trees that were planted in the early 1700s -- numerous theme gardens offer many horticultural surprises
Within Brookgreen Gardens is the largest and most comprehensive collection of American figurative sculpture in the country, displayed in a stunning garden
setting, three galleries and a visible storage and research facility. The collection contains over 2,000 works by 430 sculptors who worked from the early-19th-century to the present.
Indoor galleries, such as those in the Rainey Sculpture Pavilion, present exhibits of smaller sculptures, as well as paintings, etchings, and other artworks by internationally-renowned artists. The Offner Sculpture Center displays hundreds of works in bronze, plaster, wax, and terra cotta, in a visible storage facility.
Old Horse by Anna Hyatt Huntington (1876-1973)