When you think about a beach vacation, you probably imagine hours laying under the hot sun, swimming in the blue water, or building sandcastles on the shore, which are all awesome ways to spend a vacation. But Myrtle Beach has so much more to offer than just the beach! So whether it’s rain, sunburn, or boredom keeping you off of the beach, there’s plenty to do during your stay in Myrtle Beach!
- Myrtle Beach Safari
Perfect for kids and adults of all ages, The Myrtle Beach Safari lets you experience what it would be like to go on an African Safari without ever leaving the state!
- Brookgreen Gardens
Touring the sculpture garden and wildlife preserve that is Brookgreen Gardens is a wonderful way to spend an afternoon. Don’t forget your camera, because you’ll definitely want to take lots of pictures!
- Myrtle Beach Pelicans
Myrtle Beach’s own minor league baseball team is the farm team for the Texas Rangers. TicketReturn.com field is also very family friendly and features innovative and unique concessions like the Monster Dog, a ½ pound hot dog with 15 toppings!
The Myrtle Beach area is home to over 90 public and semi-private golf courses that are ready and waiting for you to get your golf on. The hardest decision you’ll have to make is choosing which one to tee off at!
- Mini Golf
No trip to Myrtle Beach is complete without a round of mini golf with the family! There are tons of courses to choose from, with different themes and obstacles that are sure to enthrall everyone in your family.
- The Market Common
The Market Common is known for being one of the best places to shop and dine in the area. But they also feature a number of free events throughout the year, like the Farmers Market, live music concerts, and “Movies Under The Stars,” to name a few!
The perfect place for kids and adults to unleash their inner nerd, letting their imagination run wild. When you first arrive, you’re given a magic wand and clues for completing quests. It’s a very popular attraction, so try to avoid going on rainy days if you don’t like crowds.
- Franklin G. Burroughs - Simeon B. Chapin Art Museum
If you’re a fan of contemporary visual art, then you’ll definitely enjoy perusing the 10 galleries featuring local southern artists at the Franklin G. Burroughs - Simeon B. Chapin Art Museum. Best of all, admission is free!
- Myrtle Beach Sky Wheel
As long as you’re not afraid of heights, the Myrtle Beach Sky Wheel is a great attraction for the whole family, offering beautiful views of the beach and the surrounding area on the boardwalk.
- Medieval Times
This one is kind of cheesy, but we admit it’s our guilty pleasure. Who doesn’t love the chance to eat a giant turkey leg and beat on the table with a mug to cheer on your favorite knight! It’s like a real-life Game of Thrones (but without all the violence and adult content).
What are your favorite Myrtle Beach attractions? Contact us today to start planning your Myrtle Beach vacation!