Myrtle Beach, S.C.

41. Art Museums & Galleries

Art Museums & Galleries

In addition to being a picturesque seaside destination, Myrtle Beach is also home to several venues where fine visual art is on display throughout the year. From handmade work by local artists to exhibits by renowned painters, photographers, and sculptors from all over the world, a wonderful variety of artwork awaits visitors and locals looking to explore the area’s creative side.

Brookgreen Gardens

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The largest and most comprehensive collection of American figurative sculpture in America,  Brookgreen Gardens contains over 2,000 works by 430 artists. Indoor galleries present exhibits of smaller sculptures, as well as paintings, etchings, and other artworks by internationally renowned artists. The outdoor gardens offer a magical setting for works of art throughout.

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Art Museum of Myrtle Beach

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The Grand Strand is famous for its golf courses, affordable hotels, fried seafood buffets, and beachwear stores, but it’s also home to one of the best collections of visual art in the state. With new exhibitions by renowned artists constantly on display, the Art Museum of Myrtle Beach is a great place to go if you need to inject some culture into your vacation.

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Master's Editions Gallery

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With locations at Broadway at the Beach and Barefoot Landing, Masters Editions Art Galleries features the work of nationally renowned artists such as Mark Keathley and Abraham Hunter. The gallery carries limited edition canvases and can match visitors with an art consultant to assist with choosing the perfect piece.

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Seacoast Artists Gallery

Seacoast Artists Gallery

Seacoast Artists Guild is a collection of local fine artists dedicated to advancing excellence in the visual arts through teaching, exhibits, workshops and special events. After playing an integral role in local arts for years, the group opened the Seacoast Artists Gallery at The Market Common, which features the art of more than 70 local artists in painting, photography, fiber art, metal engraving, pottery, sculpture and more.