Myrtle Beach Attractions
The Grand Strand is the number two vacation destination in the USA. New attractions, entertainment, golf courses, shopping centers, outlet malls, and live music theatres keep visitors flocking to this beautiful seaside area.
This area is also a top golf vacation spot -- now boasting over 100 golf courses spanning the greater Grand Strand area.
Lots of couples and their families come to here to get married via tradional ceremony in a chapel or to have a beach wedding, followed by a great honeymoon in our lovely seaside town.
There are also 1600+ restaurants, and tons of other activities.
There are amusement parks and theme rides that offer thrills for children and the young at heart.
We're sure you'll never run out of things to do on your vacation to the Grand Strand.
Barefoot LandingBarefoot Landing is comprised of more than 100 stores and restaurants and is the most visited attraction in the state
Broadway at the BeachA unique shopping complex featuring restaurants, nightlife, and speciality shops. Home to Hard Rock Cafe
Ripleys AquariumJourney to the Bottom of Our Sea. Broadway at the Beach. Highway 17 Bypass at 29th Avenue North, 1110 Celebrity Circle
Huntington Beach State ParkPublic beach for shell hunting. There is an on-site naturalist. Hours - daylight until dark. Across from Brookgreen Gardens
Brookgreen GardensOne of the largest collections of American sculpture in the world - plus 9,000 acre refuge and park. The ponds, floral displays and exotic plants provide a beautiful setting
Myrtle Beach PavillionThis landmark was built in 1902, was the center of downtown entertainment, and was demolished at the end of Summer 2006.
Amusement ParksOne of the most popular amusement parks is the oceanfront Family Kingdom in downtown Myrtle Beach. Watch a video of Family Kingdom by clicking on the photo.
Theaters & Live Shows
There are quite a few theaters and entertaining live shows in the Myrtle Beach area, and those listed below are known as a few of the most attended and enjoyed.