THE SOUTH CAROLINA CIVIL WAR MUSEUM
4857 Highway 17 Bypass South, Myrtle Beach S.C.
operating hours 10:00A.M. until 6:00 P.M. Tuesday through Saturday.
Admissions: $4.00 for adults $3.00 for seniors and veterans, $2.00 for students.
The S.C. Civil War Museum is a presentation by Ted L. and Connie Gragg. The Museum houses three important Civil War collections; the Gragg Collection, artifacts recovered by the C.S. S. Pedee Research & Recovery Team from the Mars Bluff Confederate Navy Yard site on the Big Pee Dee River, and artifacts recovered by the South Carolina Institute of Anthropology and Archaeology (SCIAA) on the 1979 State House dig site.
The S.C. Civil War Museum houses an in-depth collection of period firearms, edged weapons, and one of the gun or cannon carriages from the famed Rockbridge Artillery, the famed Artillery unit that supported Confederate General Stonewall Jackson. The four cannons were known affectionately as "The Four Apostles" and the carriage housed at the S.C. Civil War Museum is from the cannon named "Matthew".
The South Carolina Civil War Museum is a member of the American Alliance of Museums, The South Carolina Federation of Museums, the Myrtle Beach Chamber of Commerce, and is on the South Carolina History Trail, and the Civil War Trust Civil War Discovery Trail.