Hillary Winburn, a graduate of the University of Charleston and curator of the Horry County Museum, presented Myrtle Beach Rotarians with an overview of both the museum and the LW Paul Living History Farm.
Housed in the historic Burroughs School on Main Street in Conway, SC, the Horry County Museum features a variety of historical and regional exhibits, as well as an assortment of materials ranging from old tools and photographs to wildlife specimens.
The museum offers a variety of programs throughout the year, as well as seasonal events at the L W Paul Living History Farm. Located on Harris Short Cut Road, in Conway, the working farm presents a snapshot of life In Horry County during the first half of the twentieth century.
Admission to the museum and farm are free. The museum is open Tuesday-Saturday
9 a.m .– 5 p.m. The farm, also open Tuesday-Saturday, closes at 4:00 p.m.