Harvest Home Weekend Welcomes the Fall Season at Brookgreen Gardens
Brookgreen Gardens, South Carolina’s premier botanical gardens, will host their annual fall festival, Harvest Home Weekend, on Oct. 3 & 4, 2020.
This family-friendly event held in the picturesque setting of Brookgreen’s botanical gardens features a pumpkin patch, pumpkin painting stations, and other festive activities in their large outdoor spaces. Visitors are invited to get creative and participate in the over-the-top scarecrow building contest. Families can use individually prepared kits or bring their own clothing to use.
“We are excited for our visitors to safely enjoy fall-themed activities at Harvest Home Weekend this year,” said Page Kiniry, President, and CEO of Brookgreen Gardens. “This Lowcountry tradition is the perfect opportunity for families to explore Brookgreen Gardens, take in the changing colors, and welcome the Fall season.”
During the festival, visitors are invited to explore the entirety of Brookgreen’s grounds. Access to the festival is included in standard admission prices, while the pumpkin painting and scarecrow activities are separate fees. Purchase tickets in advance online by visiting this website.
Due to COVID-19, Brookgreen Gardens has enacted safety protocols to ensure the safety of all visitors. All guests are asked to observe social distancing guidelines and wear a mask or comparable face covering to prevent the spread of COVID-19. In compliance with Georgetown County Emergency Ordinance 20-33, masks should always be used in any interior spaces, including public restrooms.
- What: Harvest Home Weekend
- When: October 3 & 4, 2020
- Where: Brookgreen Gardens, 1931 Brookgreen Drive, Murrells Inlet, SC 29576
- Sponsors: United Bank, Grand Strand New Home Guide, WMBF News, Waccamaw Publishers, and Food Lion.
About Brookgreen Gardens
Brookgreen Gardens, a National Historic Landmark and 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, is located on U.S. 17 between Murrells Inlet and Pawleys Island, South Carolina, and is open to the public daily. Founded in 1931 by Anna Hyatt Huntington and Archer Huntington, Brookgreen is home to the largest and most significant collection of American Figurative Sculpture in the county and is a leader in sculpture conservation, environmental conservation, and the protection of the plants, animals, and history of the South Carolina Lowcountry.