Not everyone comes to Myrtle Beach for the great golf! Gray Line Tours of Myrtle Beach annually offers a variety of experiences for non-playing competitors at the World Am.
Monday, August 27th
Hobcaw Barony, Pawley’s Island & Litchfield
Enjoy 250 years of Low Country history from the earliest settlement to today.
Learn how Indians, Rice and Salt shaped the Low Country scenery and society. Hobcaw Barony’s 16,000 acres of history and ecology is a privately-owned research reserve that represents every environment and century in the Low Country.
The Island’s Historic District boasts housing dating from the mid 1800’s, all rich with interesting tales of love and loss and some of the most famous and fascinating Ghost Stories of the Low country.
Tuesday, August 28th
CHARLESTON CITY & HISTORIC HARBOR TOUR
Come along and enjoy some of Charleston’s gems.
The Holy City – Aptly named for its many churches and cathedrals – is a 300 plus year old port city. Once, it was considered the cultural center of the New World and one of the most historical cities in North America. Enjoy a complete tour of the old walled city’s historic districts.
Sample the delights of gourmet food and fill that sweet tooth from the sweet shops. Enjoy lunch and tea or homemade lemonade at the fabulous cafes throughout the market place!
Wednesday, August 29th
GEORGETOWN HISTORIC CITY & BROOKGREEN GARDENS
Discover the City’s Historic District filled with Colonial, Revolution, Pre-Civil War and Victorian buildings.
Georgetown is the 3rd Oldest English Settlement in the State. First founded by the Spanish in 1526 (but failed), it was re-founded by the English in 1729, the city offers a multitude of historic buildings, legends and ghost lore.
After a repast for lunch and a bit of shopping, you will continue to Brookgreen Gardens. Developed on the lands of 4 Colonial Rice Plantations by Archer and Anna Hyatt Huntington in the early 1930s, Brookgreen Gardens now houses “The Largest Collection of American Sculpture in An Outdoor Setting In The World.”
Thursday, August 30th
PLANTATIONS, PATRIOTS, HISTORICAL MARION & MANOR
Take delight in a passage through the history of the Pee Dee.
Your tour begins with a lively narrative of the life and adventures of the Revolutionary Patriot, Frances Marion (called the Swamp Fox), that will explain the area’s love for him to this day.
*All tours will depart from the MYRTLE BEACH CONVENTION CENTER. If transportation is needed please contact Gray Line of Myrtle Beach. Please Arrive 15 Minutes Prior to Departure