Tours & Attractions
Horry County Museum – 438 Main Street
The Horry County Museum is located on the corner of 5th Avenue and Main Street in historic downtown Conway. Exhibits include Native Americans of the coastal plain, birds of prey, American Alligator, Waccamaw River, and more. Come see the history the our area.
The River Walk of Downtown Conway
No trip to Conway would be complete without a stroll on the city’s River Walk. The River Walk connects the historic downtown business district to the scenic Waccamaw River. The trail begins under the Main Street bridge and ends at the beautiful riverfront park and marina complex. Along your walk you see wonderful historic buildings, the Conway Arboretum, playground, marina, riverside gazebo, and a few more things we’ll let you discover on your own.
L.W.Paul Historical Farm
Take a step back in time and experience life on a small farm in Horry County 100 years ago. The
Horry County Museum has recreated a “one horse family farm” of the early 1900’s. This working farm will allow you to watch as well as participate in the daily farm activities of times gone by.
See how it’s all done at the L. W. Paul Living History Farm. Located at 2279 Harris Shortcut Road, Hwy. 701 N, Conway, SC. Hours of operation are Tuesday through Saturday 9:00am till 4:00pm. Any size groups are welcome; church, scout, childcare, youth, 4-H, tour bus, family reunions, Red Hat, etc… Just call the Farm in advance to set up a tour for your group.
Guided River Kayak Tours
For some people the city’s river walk just isn’t close enough to the water. If you are one of those people, I suggest that you give the folks at Conway Kayak Company a call. They offer professionally guided kayak tours of the scenic Waccamaw River. The tours are scheduled for 3 hours and cater to beginners and first time
Conway’s Live Oak Tour
The City of Conway Visitor Program has developed a live oak tour for your enjoyment. The 10 tree tour showcases some of the most interesting and historically significant oaks in downtown Conway. While the brochure will focus primarily on a few specific locations the path you’ll take will display many more beautiful specimens. Pick up a brochure for the tour from the Visitor Center at 903 3rd Ave. For more info or to schedule a guided tour call – (843) 248-1700.