Here is what they had to say on their website...
"For 85 years, Brookgreen Gardens has been an inspiration, refuge and retreat for our community. We hope residents and visitors will take pride in the fact that in their midst is one of America’s premier gardens."
"On entering the the breadth of this magnificent place stands before you. is comprised of 300 year-old Live Oak trees that were planted in the early 1700s when Brookgreen Gardens was a thriving rice plantation."
This area of the garden was stunning. I love the large oak tress with the Spanish Moss and ivy. Beautiful! Here is a map of the garden....Garden Map
"Brookgreen Gardens, the first public sculpture garden in America, has in its collection more than 1,400 works by over 350 sculptors."
There were beautiful sculptures everywhere. I did not get to see all that I wanted to due to the misty rain but what I saw was lovely.
They have a Zoo, a Pontoon Boat Adventure, A Butterfly House, and a a few different Dining Options.
I am looking forward to a return trip to Brookgreen Gardens to complete my tour. If you are in the Myrtle Beach area I suggest you check them out. You won't be disappointed.
Life is an adventure. Get out and enjoy it:-)