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    Museums in Myrtle Beach


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    Business Listing   Confederate House Antiques & Museum - Myrtle Beach, SC - Phone: (843) 626-7614


    Business Listing   Franklin G Burroughs-Simeon B Chapin Art Museum - Myrtle Beach, SC - Phone: (843) 238-2510


    Business Listing   Myrtle Beach Indoor Shooting Range - Myrtle Beach, SC - Phone: (843) 293-4344


    Business Listing   The Children's Museum Of South Carolina - Myrtle Beach, SC - Phone: (843) 946-9469


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    Helpful Definition for: Museums


    Authorized organizations which are set up with the purpose of preserving the artifacts that are of immense significance to the society, are known as 'Museums'. Museums in Myrtle Beach are established with the purpose of enlightening the visitors, both children and adults. There are different types of museums in Myrtle Beach; to name a few:Applied Arts, Fine Arts, Archaeological, Historical, Anthropological, Technology & Science, Children’s museums, etc.

    Cultural programs, exhibitions, lectures are held in museums in Myrtle Beach. Museums are not only helpful in educating people about specific topics but they are also responsible in spreading awareness about arts and various religions and their cultures. Museums are non-profit organizations.

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