* A narration of Myrtle Beach and the Grand Strand as you travel through Restaurant Row to North Myrtle Beach City limits, the site of Barefoot Landing, a complex of specialty shops and restaurants built on a 20-acre freshwater lake beside the Intracoastal Waterway.
* Returning South to the center of Myrtle Beach…view the Whaling Wall by Wyland, the world’s leading environmental artist, visit the South Carolina Hall of Fame with portraits of famous persons who made their homes in this state. Drive down the boulevard area while listening to the history of Myrtle Beach and how it became a tourist resort.
* Travel to Murrell’s Inlet, the “Seafood Capital of South Carolina” and hear tales of plantation owners, pirates that navigated the inlets and ghosts of the coast.
* The coach will pull to the entrance of Brookgreen Gardens where you will see the “Fighting Stallions” sculpture by Anna Hyatt Huntington. Hear the interesting story of the Huntington’s who designed the world’s largest outdoor sculpture garden from four rice plantations, and about their winter home, Atalaya, located in the Huntington State Park.
* Further South is Pawley’s Island, now known as an “arrogantly shabby” area, that was the summer retreat for the rich plantation owners during the 1700 & 1800’s.
* Return to the hotel
****** OPTIONS (Additional Charge) ************************
Lunch (on your own) at Pawley’s Island Hammock Shops, Broadway at the Beach, Barefoot Landing, Coastal Grande Mall or Tanger Outlet Center / Saltwater Ecology Cruise in Murrell’s Inlet / Miniature Golf, & Wonderworks.
For Groups of 25 or More Only !