Picturesque gardens, magnificent water features, stunning sculptures and a small zoo, are just some of the offerings that have mesmerized visitors for 90 years.
Vice President of Art & Historical Collections/Curator of Sculpture, Robin Salmon, stands near the former entrance to Brookgreen Gardens in Murells Inlet, which first opened in 1931.
Fighting Stallions, a sculpture by Brookgreen Gardens co-founder, Anna Hyatt Huntington, greets visitors at the main entrance.
The Tarbox House, named for Brookgreen Garden’s first director, Frank Tarbox, housed generations of the Tarbox family, and now serves as an office and workspace for Robin Salmon, Vice President of Art & Historical Collections/Curator of Sculpture.
A 1989 installation of the permanent sculpture, High Tides.
Director of the Wallace Master Sculptor Program, Bryan Rapp, works in his studio at Brookgreen Gardens.
The recurring and popular model railroad assembly with lots of moving miniatures, including activity at Hogwart’s Castle, will again be on display during The Nights of a Thousand Candles.
Salmon, considers a potential space for a new sculpture, one of some 15 or so slated for 2021/22.