MURRELLS INLET — Call it a high tech display of South Carolina’s past.

State tourism officials gather at Huntington Beach State Park in Murrells Inlet on Tuesday to unveil a new multimedia interpretive display at Atalaya.

That’s the Moorish-style winter home of Anna Hyatt and Archer Huntington, who left the park and nearby Brookgreen Gardens as their legacy.

Tourism officials say the multimedia display is similar to one at Charles Towne Landing State Park in Charleston — the birthplace of South Carolina.

At Charles Towne Landing, a display allows would-be archeologists to see what it is like to dig under the soil and see what was left behind by those who lived on the site in the past.