When people think of popular Myrtle Beach attractions, the first things that come to mind are probably the beach (of course), the SkyWheel, Broadway at the Beach, or the Boardwalk. And these are all really great attractions, don’t get us wrong! But for those of you who are looking to experience some of Myrtle’s off-the-beaten-path offerings, here’s what you should visit:
Found atop the Giant Crab Gourmet Seafood Buffet is Tommy, a 25-foot tall, 35-foot wide, 4.5 ton smiling crab saluting customers as they enter. Stop and take a picture; it’s a great addition to your vacation scrapbook!
Explore all the weird and wonderful facts and artifacts that both Myrtle Beach and the world have to offer! Ripley’s 12-themed galleries are packed with exotic primitive items, sculptures made from car parts and visual illusions among other things. Plan to spend a few hours taking everything in!
AKA the upside down building at Broadway at the Beach. Children and adults of all ages can enjoy participating in hands-on exhibits like the “human lightning rod” or the glow-in-the-dark indoor ropes course.
Did you know that Myrtle Beach holds the title of “Miniature Golf Capital of the World?” Over 50 courses can be found throughout the Grand Strand, each trying to outdo each other in terms of putt-putt attractions. You’ll find everything from volcanos and fire-breathing dragons to pirate ships packed with skeletons and fog machines.
What are some of your favorite weird or offbeat attractions in Myrtle Beach? See them all during your beach vacation!