Art Culture in Myrtle Beach

Art Culture in Myrtle Beach

You may not know that Myrtle Beach has plenty of unique spots showcasing artwork by artists along the Grand Strand! From theater performances to classic sculptures in galleries; you’ll find it here! Myrtle Beach also hosts a variety of festivals in the fall season where you can interact with the artists themselves.

Myrtle Beach Art Museum

Located across the street from Market Common, the Myrtle Beach Art Museum is a hidden gem filled with unique and interactive exhibits. The museum offers free admission for everyone year round!

Brookgreen Gardens

One of America’s premier gardens, Brookgreen Gardens is full of natural beauty and captivating artwork. Throughout the year, Brookgreen hosts various seasonal events and the famous Night of a Thousand Candles during the holiday season is one you won’t want to miss!

Seacoast Gallery

Seacoast Artist’s Gallery features over 70 local artists in painting, photography, fiber art, metal engraving, pottery, sculpture, and much more! The gallery is located in Market Common and is the perfect spot for strolling through the shops and enjoying the beautiful art.

William H. Miller Studios & Fine Art

With a calendar full of upcoming events, the William H. Miller Studios & Fine Art take part in various art festivals and shows in our area! Be sure to check out his artwork in downtown Myrtle Beach!


Throughout the year, you can find various types of theater shows locally along the Grand Strand! Coastal Carolina University is just 15 minutes from Myrtle Beach and their Fine Arts department produces shows during the school year! You can also choose to visit other local theaters such as the Carolina Opry, Alabama Theater, and Legends in Concert for seasonal shows during the holidays.


Keep a lookout for various art festivals throughout the year along the Grand Strand! Art in the Park, Atalaya Arts & Crafts Festival.

Immerse yourself in the artwork and special performances to see the talent we have right in our own backyard in Myrtle Beach!

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