A small but dedicated group of individuals made this museum and cultural center happen, and it is a good thing they did. How many people who go out on the town to learn the shag, SC's state dance, started in a black club where people...更多
I always look for Black History when I travel and I was happy to stop by here to learn about history and heritage. The Myrtle Beach Colored School was the first public school building built for Black students in Myrtle Beach. It now houses a...更多
This is a very unusual find and is free - although we enjoyed it so much we left a generous donation. The volunteers are very caring and dedicated and full of information. It is a small museum but very informative. Great to learn about black...更多
Unfortunately this museum does not have a lot to offer. Small and not kept up very well. There is really just one room used as a museum. The other parts are used for student tutoring.
Not sure how to rate this, since the museum was closed on a Friday morning when hours stated it would be open. But it's run by volunteers so just let me WARMLY recommend you call a day or two in advance and make sure someone...更多
This school was included in our family reunion. Loved he passion and background information given by some of the original attendees of this school when it was open. Rich African American history.
Staffed by descendants of the original students. Think about that! Our host pointed to old photos of her father. Amazing. Mind blowing to see how tiny and cramped the classroom was and what a lifechanging spot this was for so many. We were there a...更多