Brookgreen Gardens

(above: Entrance to Brookgreen Gardens. Photo: © 2017, John Hazeltine)

Pawleys Island, SC

843-235-6000 or 800-849-1931



Red, White, and Blue: American Sculpture for and by Veterans; article by Robin Salmon (6/17/10)

Anna Hyatt Huntington: A Collector's Eye; article by Robin Salmon (2/17/10)

The New Symbolism; essay by Ilene Susan Fort (2/26/09)

The Fountainhead: The Genesis of American Garden Sculpture; essay by Lauretta Dimmick

Suffragettes, Free Spirits and Trendsetters: Women Sculptors in America; essay by Robin Salmon (2/25/09)

Sculpture from Brookgreen Gardens, article by Robin R. Salmon (2/12/09)


About Brookgreen Gardens

In 1931, Archer and Anna Hyatt Huntington, founded Brookgreen Gardens, a non-profit 501(c) (3) garden museum, to preserve the native flora and fauna and display objects of art within that natural setting. Today, Brookgreen Gardens is a National Historic Landmark with the most significant collection of figurative sculpture, in an outdoor setting, by American artists in the world, and has the only zoo accredited by the Association of Zoos and Aquariums on the coast of the Carolinas. Brookgreen Gardens is located between Myrtle Beach and Pawleys Island, South Carolina. (text courtesy of Brookgreen Gardens)

For hours and fees please see the museum's website

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