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Horry County Museum, Conway

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  • The museum is housed in a former school. The various exhibits each occupy a former classroom. There is a wide array of collections, some specific to Horry County and to South Carolina; others of natio...  more »
  • Several exhibits filed with photography, artifacts, mementos, and gadgets. There's cultural and natural history. Of course, the main focus of the first floor is the tank filled with local fish and mad...  more »
  • Took a senior group thinking to spend an hour; everyone wanted to stay longer and return at another time! Horry county has a great treasure here!  more »
  • Very informative. We are new to Conway, so this was a wonderful way to learn the area's history.
  • Very interesting museum. Neat old stuff, natural and cultural history. Definitely worth checking out.
  • Great place to learn about Horry County and it is always changing...
  • Small but pretty awesome
  • Went in on an unplanned day off with my son and we were pleased. It is a beautiful place with something for everyone. I found family members listed in some of the displays. Free admission with donations accepted.