Myrtle Beach History, Movies and Music Trolley Tour

19 Ratings
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  • 2 hr

Hear the story of Myrtle Beach’s coming of age in the mid-20th century to present day, the movies that were made or premiered there, the role music played in its history and that Myrtle Beach played in music history. Stops include Charlie’s Place Historic Site that was once a part of the Chitlin' Circuit and its motel was listed in The Green Book. Guests gather in front of the Grand 14 Theater at The Market Common to begin boarding at 9:45 AM. Nearby cafes are open prior to the tour and upscale restaurants and stores are ready to welcome patrons upon the tour's return at noon. The trolley is enclosed and climate-controlled.

Itinerary Details

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Stop At: Myrtle Beach

We will stop for just a moment at the Jack Thompson Photo Gallery to take a peek back in time to see images of icons of Myrtle Beach's history that are no more.

Duration: 10 minutes

Stop At: Myrtle Beach

We will also stop at Charlie's Place Historic Site where the greatest names in 20th Century American music performed from the 1930s to the 1960s. The club itself, which had been a popular stop on what was known as the "Chitlin' Circuit," is no longer there, but Charlie's home is along with a reconstruction of his motel that was listed in THE GREEN BOOK, a guide for African-American travelers during segregation.

Duration: 15 minutes
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