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Myrtle Beach Amusements

Everything you could hope for in a vacation is wrapped up and waiting for you on the Grand Strand. The Grand Strand is your place to play! Myrtle Beach has water slides, rollercoasters and race tracks to keep you busy! Everyone who comes to the Myrtle Beach area must ride the rides. Ride the roller coasters, Ferris wheels, merry-go-rounds, and more, and munch on cotton candy, corn dogs, snow cones, and other fun foods. In short, have a blast.

Myrtle Beach Attractions

Myrtle Beach offers a little something for everyone. Enjoy live animals at Alligator Adventures or Ripley's Aquarium. Or take a stroll in beautiful Brookgreen Gardens. Children can touch, play and learn at the Children's Museum. Take the entire family to a Myrtle Beach Pelicans Baseball game!

Myrtle Beach Entertainment

Myrtle Beach is home to some of the best shows ever! While in Myrtle Beach, you can enjoy a dinner show, a gospel brunch and much more! The diversity of the Grand Strand's entertainment scene keeps visitors coming back for more. Long-established theaters like the Carolina Opry and Alabama Theatre promise excellent entertainment year in and year out. Other venues bring in fresh new talent throughout the year. Together, these shows create a wonderful slate of entertainment.

Myrtle Beach Shopping

The Myrtle Beach area offers a wealth of shopping venues from the traditional malls to the ever popular factory outlets and for those hard to find, unique gifts, Myrtle Beach is host to several specialty shops and boutiques. During your stay you will find yourself within close proximity to several of the areas greatest shopping venues, including, Broadway at the Beach, Tanger Outlets, the Market Common and the largest mall in South Carolina, Coastal Grand Mall.

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Ripley's Aquarium

Located in the Broadway at the Beach complex, Ripley's Aquarium is one of the most popular aquariums in the country. The most noteworthy exhibit here is Dangerous Reef, a huge 340-foot underwater tunnel where you can walk surrounded by sharks, tarpons and green moray eels. 

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 Grand Prix

Formerly known as the NASCAR Speedpark, the Broadway Grand Prix offers seven different go-kart tracks for families looking for a little speed and competition. Tracks range from the Grand Prix Pro Track, where karts go up to 20 mph, to a track specially designed for kids.

The park also features two race car-themed mini-golf courses, an arcade, a rock climbing wall and a sky coaster as well as a kids zone with seven rides for the littlest family members.

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Sky Wheel Myrtle Beach

The Myrtle Beach SkyWheel takes guests way up high in its 42, six-person gondolas. The 10-minute ride offers an expansive view and plenty of photos ops, and the gondolas are climate-controlled for comfort. A gondola with a glass floor and views from every angle. At night, one million LED lights illuminate the wheel, making it an iconic landmark and point of reference for tourists and locals alike.

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Brookgreen Gardens

Intricate sculptures decorate the grounds of Brookgreen Gardens, a unique property that merges art and nature in a variety of ways. The 9,127-acre property is home to extensive botanical gardens, which form a natural gallery for the artwork, but is also a history and wildlife preserve.

In addition to miles of paths and quiet resting places, Brookgreen offers excursions on a 48-foot pontoon boat, which floats alongside historic Oaks Plantation rice fields, and other guided tours include more areas of the plantation, including the old rice mill and a Civil War fort.

The remote historic plantation house can also be seen via an interpreter-led tour, which also includes visits to the Alston family cemetery and the remains of the plantation's slave village.

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Myrtle Beach State Park

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Family Kingdom Amusement Park

A must for families who make the yearly visit to Myrtle Beach, the Family Kingdom Amusement Park sits beachside, offering panoramic views of the ocean and the Grand Strand from its Ferris wheel. Spanning 13 acres, the park boasts 37 rides, including a roller coaster, go-karts, a carousel and rides specifically designed for small children.

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Mt. Atlanticus Minature 

Although Myrtle Beach is littered with plenty of miniature golf courses, travelers say the most popular is the Mt. Atlanticus Miniature Golf course. Like a real mountain, you'll find yourself physically ascending as you putt through the holes, which range in difficulty. The entire course features interesting obstacles of various creatures and architectural challenges. The complex offers a total of 36 holes of mini-golf set in two courses, the Conch and the Minotaur.

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Pelicans Baseball Park

Home to the Myrtle Beach Pelicans, the Class A-Advanced affiliate for the Chicago Cubs, the TicketReturn.com Field was built in 1998 and brought baseball back to Myrtle Beach. Locals and summer visitors affectionately dubbed the park Myrtle Beach's "Field of Dreams" and year after year fans flock to the park to watch America's pastime.

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Wonderworks

WonderWorks Myrtle Beach takes the concept of a science museum to a new level, engaging kids of all ages in learning while having tons of fun. The interactive exhibits are organized by theme into WonderZones, which focus on topics like natural disasters, physical challenges, lights and sound, space exploration, and art. There is also an area dedicated to the youngest visitors, where they can play and learn with activities like a giant Lite-Brite.

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The Alabama Theater

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Broadway at the Beach

Visitors can find a variety of activities at the family-friendly Broadway at the Beach district, home to attractions such as Old Tyme Portraits, Ripley's Aquarium, and WonderWorks. Other popular activities include mini-golf, a water park, a wax museum, boat rides, and helicopter tours. The Legends in Concert, a celebrity tribute show, is also based here in a state-of-the-art facility.

The area has dining options with classic fare (burgers, pizza, steak, and seafood). On a warm evening, take a paddle-boat ride or an after-dark stroll on the Broadway bridges extending over the Intracoastal Waterway.

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Pirates Voyage Dinner & Show

"Pirates Voyage," a dinner show for landlubbers. Guests are seated in front of a watery stage to enjoy a hearty meal while watching acrobatic pirates from the Sapphire and Crimson crews battle for victory. Sea lions, parrots, and other live animals join the pirates for tricks, comedy, and contests. And audience members can also join in on the fun.

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Myrtle Waves Water Park

The largest water park in South Carolina, Myrtle Waves features more than 30 slides and attractions — perfect for when the beach just won't do. Among its offerings, Myrtle Waves is home to a wave pool that's mild enough for the little ones, plus a splash park and a shallow toddler pool. 

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The Carolina Opry

Home to some of the biggest shows on the Grand Strand, The Carolina Opry features four productions with catchy, classic tunes. Each performance showcases talented singers, musicians, comedians, and dancers including acts from America's Got Talent and American Idol. There is a Christmas special during the holiday season, plus a series of laser light shows with accompanying classic rock anthems.

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House of Blues

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