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The Horry County museum is a "hidden jewel", in the Town of Conway, SC, see for yourself how interesting it can be. Enjoy the unbelievable wealth of history and knowledge that is available to you for free. I let anyone I know how great a...More
Well maintained museum in a large old schoolhouse. We couldn’t stay long but enjoyed learning about the local history that one often misses on a beach vacation. Appreciated the inclusion of the African-American experience.
The centerpiece (literally!) is an aquarium that was featured on the Animal Planet TV show “Tanked.” It is a tall cylindrical tank inside a larger, shorter oval tank around which a spiral staircase leads visitors to the second floor. We happened to be there a...More
If you want a history of Horry County and Conway check this place out. Free admission, several displays throughout the museum which is a converted school. They have presentations on Wednesdays on different parts of the history of the area.
We love the local museum and find it very interesting showing local facts & artifacts plus a BONUS .. amazing fish tank with local fish. My 4 year old grandson enjoys visiting time after time and it never gets old for him. So happy they...More
Went here with some friends. This is a museum, a great aquarium in the middle of circular stairs! This was a school, and now the classrooms feature Native American, Natural History, a military exhibit and a lot more. Self guided, explore all you want. Spend...More
I’m a history buff. I love anything to do with history and since I am a Conway native, going to this museum is a no-brainer.
First off, it is FREE. There is no fee for visiting and there is plenty to see.
Second, the variety...More