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 28th
Plantation River Tour & Historic Georgetown
Explore the Historic Waccamaw River and Plantations of Georgetown by both water and foot!
Along your river tour you will see rice plantations, trunk gates, moss laden oak trees as well as local wildlife such as alligators, eagles, osprey and much more. Your guide will be a local historian entertaining and educating you on the history, mysteries and ledges of the rice plantations of the Low Country.
Experience the history of the oldest English city in the state come alive before your eyes. This tour shows you the rich history of Georgetown while also displaying the town’s modern day beauty!
Tuesday, August 29th
Charleston Tea Plantation, Firefly Distillery & Angel Oak
Come along and enjoy some of Charleston’s secret gems outside of the city limits.
Sit back and listen to an entertaining historical narrative of the Low Country as you venture to the Charleston Tea Plantation, North America’s only tea plantation. Here you will see hundreds of thousands of tea bushes stretching out over acres almost as far as the eye can see.
Take delight in the breath-taking scenery as you take a thirty-five-minute trolley tour through the plantation with a stop at the greenhouse and a complimentary factory tour. This tour gives you the unique opportunity to experience top Charleston attractions outside of the city-center.
Wednesday, August 30th
Low Country Mysteries and Enchantments
Discover some of the treasured beauties of the Low Country as well as some of its mysteries too.
At the start of your tour you will depart for Brookgreen Gardens, named one of the “Top Five Favorite Gardens” by Southern Living Magazine, Brookgreen is filled with beautiful native flora and American sculpture. The Gardens house the largest collection of outdoor sculptures by American artists in the world! Next, we will stop at Pawleys Island to enjoy the charming Hammock shops.
After some leisurely shopping, we will venture to All Saints Church to see the beautiful chapel built for local planters of the Prince George Winyah Parish in 1767. Finally, we will stop at Atalaya Castle to explore the grounds and learn about the winter home of Anna and Archer Huntington.
Thursday, August 31st
Charleston Historic House, City Tour
Revel in Charleston’s picturesque streets as you explore the historic district seeing highlights such as the world-famous Battery, Rainbow Row, Dock Street Theater, St. Phillips Episcopal Church, the Public Market and so much more!
On this tour of the Holy City, aptly named for its many churches and cathedrals, you will experience the best that Charleston has to offer. Enjoy a visit to the Joseph Manigault House & Gardens, an exquisite antebellum styled house home to Joseph Manigault during the late 1700s to early 1800s.
*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