Brookgreen Gardens: Day 1, Part 2 – Sculpture Court
We continue to explore Brookgreen Gardens on our first day there, this time checking out the Brown Sculpture Court, an area housing lots of smaller sculptures – and a few bigger ones.
As it turns out, I actually missed a couple of places we visited in Myrtle Beach during our November 2016 Road Trip. When I first started working on editing pictures for the website, the sheer number of pictures for Brookgreen Gardens was a bit daunting, and I skipped over them in favor of working on attractions with fewer pictures to edit. Unfortunately for me (and for your continuity with our trip), that meant I started publishing posts of where we traveled after we left Myrtle Beach, without publishing Brookgreen Gardens or a few other places in Myrtle Beach. These posts, then, are a visit back to our time in Myrtle Beach. While they will show up in their correct spot on the road map of our trip (based on the date we actually visited them), the post timeline will be a bit off, so bear with me as we try to play a little catch-up.
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Even after all of the sculptures we had seen during our first day at Brookgreen Gardens, we weren’t even close to being done for the day. With so much more more to see, we started off by heading to the Brown Sculpture Court.
Inside a building courtyard, the Brown Sculpture Court at Brookgreen Gardens is a collection of smaller pieces against the walls, with a few larger pieces towards the middle. In the middle, open to the air, is a larger sculpture inside a large pool. With the temperature just about perfect, we spent a pleasant time wandering among these sculptures, reveling in the quiet peace that abounds throughout the gardens.
Without further ado, onto the pictures!