Get on a bus rental in Conway, South Carolina and explore the seat of Horry County today.
A bus rental in Conway, South Carolina can help you navigate through this city of more than 16,000 people and conveniently visit its various attractions.
Visit the Horry County Museum, where you can find exhibits that relate to the Native Americans, the American alligator, birds of prey, the Waccamaw River, and others. This is a good way to learn about the history of the county and the city. L.W.Paul Historical Farm allows you to experience how life was like on a farm a century ago. You can learn how to live on a one-horse family farm and enjoy daily activities as well. Or see a musical or theater production at Main Street Theatre.
Conway's downtown area is where you could find some interesting small businesses and retailers. For example, you can find vintage stuff at Forgotten Times Antique, or get everything you need at Abrams Department Store or Bodega. You can also find more collectible pieces at Southern Pickers Antiques, AAA Resale Antiques & Collectibles, and Carolina Marketplace Antique Mall.
Conway has several award-winning golf courses. The Witch Golf Links and Wild Wing Plantation have been named by Golf Digest Magazine as part of its Top 50 Best Golf Courses in Myrtle Beach list. Other golf courses in the city that you could try are Conway Golf Club, General James Hackler Course, Burning Ridge Golf Course, and Shaftesbury Glen Golf and Fish Club.
There are 20 sites in the city that are listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The Conway Methodist Church, 1898 and 1910 Sanctuaries, is listed on the register. The 1890s sanctuary has a Gothic revival architecture while the 1910 sanctuary has a mission revival style. Another church on the register is Kingston Presbyterian Church, which is listed along with the Kingston Presbyterian Church Cemetery.
Then you have the historically and architecturally significant houses, such as the Paul Quattlebaum House, W. H. Winborne House, Arthur M. Burroughs House, Beaty-Little House, Beaty-Spivey House, C.P. Quattlebaum House, H.W. Ambrose House, and J.W. Holliday Jr. House.
You can also explore the Conway Residential Historic District, where you have an assortment of 19th and 20th century style structures encompassing more than 85 acres of space. The 125 contributing buildings in the district sport a variety of architectural styles, including Greek revival, carpenter gothic revival, Italianate, Tudor, colonial revival and Queen Anne. Other nationally registered districts include Conway Downtown Historic District and the Waccamaw River Warehouse Historic District.
Other sites on the register are Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Depot, Burroughs School, C.P. Quattlebaum Office, Conway Post Office, Old Horry County Courthouse, and Waccamaw River Memorial Bridge.
The River Walk of Downtown Conway is one of the must-visit attractions for every visitor. You can enjoy the walk from the city's business district downtown to the Waccamaw River. You can also go on guided kayak tours that would take you down Waccamaw River. Or you could go on the Live Oak Tour where you can see ten live oak trees and learn more about their history.
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