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Pegasus outdoor sculpture photo

Educational and fun things to do with kids in Myrtle Beach - Brookgreen Gardens outdoor sculptures photos

Posted By shoutabout,Date: 04.10.2008

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Take a sneak peak into Brookgreen Gardens, located between Myrtle Beach and Pawleys Island and about an hour drive from Charleston, featuring the world’s largest outdoor collection of sculptures by American artists. For aproximately the price of a movie ticket you can enjoy for 7 consecutive days the amazing sculptures, exquisite gardens, the Lowcountry zoo [...]

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Brookgreen Gardens Time and Fate of Man

Brookgreen Gardens: amazing sculptures and Lowcountry Zoo near Myrtle Beach

Posted By shoutabout,Date: 04.09.2008

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Brookgreen Gardens is a National Historic Landmark with the world’s most significant collection of figurative sculptures in an outdoor setting by American artists and the only accredited zoo on the South Carolina coast.
Located on highway 17 right across Huntington Beach State Park, with more than 300 acres of beautifully landscaped settings, the Brookgreen Gardens collection [...]

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Congaree Park entrance

Congaree National Park photos (Columbia free outdoor fun for the whole family)

Posted By shoutabout,Date: 04.09.2008

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Visit the Congaree National Park, world renown natural wonder, rich in history and biodiversity the entire family can enjoy year around for FREE! Half an hour drive from Columbia, the swamp park is the world’s tallest deciduous forest and the country’s largest and few remaining old-growth floodplain forests. It features splendid cathedral like canopies, an [...]

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Congaree National Park

Amazing Congaree National Park photos, tips and attractions to see (Columbia free things to do with kids)

Posted By shoutabout,Date: 04.08.2008

Congaree National Park is the largest and few remaining bottom land hardwood forest in North America. A short drive from Columbia the swamp park (more exactly a floodplain forest) stretches over 11,000 acres along the Congaree and Santee rivers.
With its serene cathedral like canopy it is the world’s tallest deciduous forest, with trees reaching [...]

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Paved walking trail along the Riverfront canal

Columbia Canal and Riverfront Park: unwind in the outdoors, admire wildlife, experience Columbia history and have family fun for FREE!

Posted By shoutabout,Date: 04.03.2008

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The Columbia Canal and Riverfront Park is the city’s secret jewel. At the confluence of 3 Rivers (Congaree, Broad and Saluda) and minutes from downtown, EdVenture and the State Museum, Riverfront Park is an oasis of outdoor relaxation, amazing history and abundant wildlife, the entire family can enjoy every day for free!

Part of the Capitol [...]

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Cypress Gardens: “The Black Water Swamp” in pictures

Posted By shoutabout,Date: 03.23.2008

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See my previous post on Cypress Gardens for more info. Here is the swamp tour in photos

Cypress Garden - near Charleston SC

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Palmetto Tree at Fort Moultrie in Charleston SC

Charleston free things to do “We beat the pants off them” at Fort Moultrie

Posted By shoutabout,Date: 03.01.2008

A short drive from Charleston, Fort Moultrie is most famous for its ingenous palmetto tree wall defense against the British cannon balls, during the June 28, 1776 Revolutionary War battle.

Besides birthing the state flag symbol, another history nugget is that at Fort Moultrie the “We beat the pants off them” aphorism was also coined. Legend [...]

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Frank Guide at Cypress Gardens

Cypress Gardens - From “Carolina Gold” to Floating Hearts Family Fun (Charleston outdoor things to do with kids)

Posted By shoutabout,Date: 02.29.2008

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I’m at the Cypress Gardens swamp park (30 minutes drive from Charleston). The boat pulls slowly towards the dock radiating a familiar big band tune. Nice, we’re getting radio too. Nope, that was Frank, the boat guide. Even better, we will be serenaded thru the flowered bordered black water swamp meanders. Along the way [...]

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Riverbanks Botanical Gardens: things to do at the zoo (in photos)

Posted By shoutabout,Date: 02.22.2008

Hosted in the same park as the zoo, the Botanical Garden it’s a horticultural delight anytime of the year. There are free shuttles to and from the zoo every 20 minutes.

Riverbanks Botanical Garden

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