September 2016

September 29, 2016

Discussion on Homo naledi Fossils at the Horry County Museum

The Horry County Museum will host a discussion by CCU Anthropology faculty on the Homo naledi (meaning “Star”) fossil recently discovered in South Africa. We will watch several video clips about the deep cave excavation and examine 3D printed casts of the fossils to understand what this discovery means for human evolution. […]
September 29, 2016


The Horry County Museum opened its new pictorial exhibit, Hurricane Hazel: Through Our Lenses to museum members Thursday, September 29th. The exhibit will open to the public Friday, September 30th. The photographs on exhibit were donated to the museum by local photographers. These personal photos tell the story of Hurricane Hazel’s devastation […]
September 21, 2016

Museum Movie Classics to begin with The Bridge on the River Kwai

Full Steam Ahead and Easy 105.9/100.7 present Museum Movie Classics at the Horry County Museum. Beginning in September, historic Hollywood films will be shown free to the public in the museum’s McCown Auditorium. The first film in the series, The Bridge on the River Kwai is an adaptation of Pierre Boulle’s novel […]
September 7, 2016

Traditional Music Demonstration Cancelled for September 17th

The Traditional Music Demonstration at the L.W. Paul Living History Farm scheduled for September 17th has been cancelled and will take place at a later date. Please visit our website at for a full list of programs at the Museum and L.W. Paul Living History Farm throughout the year.
September 6, 2016

Traditional Music at the L.W. Paul Living History Farm

Enjoy a traditional music demonstration on September 17, 2016 at the L.W. Paul Living History Farm. Music will begin at 1:00 PM and end at 3:30 PM and is free and open to the public. The L. W. Paul Living History Farm is open Tuesday-Saturday 9 AM-4 PM and teaches the history […]
September 6, 2016

Rodger Stroup to speak on South Carolina Railroad history at the Horry County Museum

The Horry County Museum and The AVX Foundation present a lecture by Rodger Stroup. Mr. Stroup will speak on South Carolina’s Railroad Heritage on September 17, 2016. From 1830 to the mid-20th century, railroads were the primary means of moving people and products across the state. While hundreds of miles of track […]