Beyond the Boardwalk

myrtle_beachMore than one million Canadians travel to Myrtle Beach every year in search of sunshine, surfs, shopping and the sweet feel of swinging a golf club on one of its celebrity-designed courses.

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Not too many come to look at gardens and art. That’s because most tourists aren’t aware the area boasts one of the top horticultural attractions in the U.S., a stunning 550-acre public garden with the world’s largest and most comprehensive collection of American figurative sculpture, set in a mythological landscape with hundreds of ancient southern
live oaks dripping in Spanish moss.

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