Things To Do in Myrtle Beach - Attractions

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MagiQuest - With a magic wand in hand, you'll explore an enchanted kingdom and participate in the ultimate adventure as you enchant objects, befriend a pixie, learn from an ancient wizard, battle a goblin and outwit a dragon. You decide!

Ripley's Aquarium - Enjoy the 330-ft. moving glide path through the world's longest underwater tunnel filled with 11-ft. sharks and thousands of colorful fish. Pet a ray or hold a horseshoe crab in an up-close encounter. The aquarium also offers hourly dive shows and classroom presentations.

WonderWorks Myrtle Beach - Family Fun awaits you in this upside down museum with more than 100 interactive, hands on exhibits. At WonderWorks, the unexplainable will come to life and the unusual will be the norm.

Palace Theatre - Plays host to some of the greatest and most spectacular live entertainment shows, Broadway theatre productions and musicals from around the world.

L.W. Paul Living History Farm - The Museum will transport you to another time and place when the backbone of America was the family farm. The museum is rich in history, country beauty, and thousands of farm antiques.

Children's Museum of South Carolina - Serves the state and local community, as well as visitors to the Grand Strand area by presenting interactive exhibits and programs in an environment where visitors can 'Touch, Explore, and Play' while learning about their world.

Family Kingdom - The largest wooden roller coaster and Ferris wheel in the whole state of South Carolina! In addition it also has a waterpark and ocean watersports that includes parasailing and more!

Horry County Museum - Housed in a converted Post Office adjacent to the Historic District of downtown Conway, the museum contains exhibits pertaining to the prehistory, natural history and history of Horry County. The museum offers a variety of programs on site and as outreach for people of all ages.

Rice Museum - The Story of the rice culture in Georgetown County --one of the most colorful chapters in the history of American agriculture -- has been captured at The Rice Museum. Through maps, dioramas, artifacts, and other exhibits, visitors to the Museum gain a knowledge and understanding of a society based on one crop.

The Carolina Opry - Voted the Best Of The Beach year after year, millions of families and vacationers have called it the highlight of their vacation. The Carolina Opry theater, an elegant 2,200-seat show palace with its towering columns and sweeping staircase, is an attraction in itself.

Ripley's Believe It or Not! - Features 14 galleries of over 500 exhibits collected by founder Robert Ripley during his worldly travels. See the strange, the odd, and the unbelievable at this unique museum.

Art Museum of Myrtle Beach - The Art Museum is dedicated to being one of the finest visual arts museums in the Carolinas. Events, Exhibitions, Workshops and more! Admission is free, but donations are appreciated.

Myrtle Waves - This is a great waterpark for all ages. Some favorites are the Ocean in Motion Wave Pool, Bubble Bay, and Saturation Station. There are raft rides and slides for everyone's enjoyment.

Historic Seaport of Georgetown - Your visit to Georgetown will be rewarded with fascinating waterfront history, fun shopping, terrific restaurants on-the-water, art galleries, beautiful historic homes, museums, antique shops, historic walks past ancient live oaks, visits to nearby plantations, beaches, fishing, the HarborWalk Festival, and other low country activities.

Pavilion Park - A collection of classic rides from the Pavilion Amusement Park, like the famous Herschell-Spillman Carousel, Wave Rider, and more. The historic German Baden Band Organ plays here, there is a Pavilion Museum, midway skill games and much more.

Broadway at the Beach - Features hundreds of unique specialty shops, unlimited attractions...even a 23-acre freshwater lake right in the center of it all. Broadway at the Beach offers an enticing collection of activities and attractions that are always fun, always festive, always entertaining!

Alligator Adventure - The world's largest reptile park, occupies over 20 acres of wetland habitat. A series of boardwalks connect numerous exhibits that house a wide variety of reptiles. See rare white Albino American alligators, dwarf crocodiles, giant snakes, and other species of exotic wildlife. Live shows and demonstrations add to the educational experience.

Atalaya Castle - The home was named Atalaya, a Spanish term for watchtower. Archer Huntington, a noted authority on Spanish culture, designed the house after the Moorish architecture of the Spanish Mediterranean coast.

Brookgreen Gardens - The country's first and largest sculpture garden where some 550 works of American figurative sculpture are displayed throughout one of the most beautiful public gardens in the Southeast. In addition, there's a wildlife trail to delight the children as well as historical and cultural exhibits that reveal the distinctive life and land of Lowcountry Carolina.

South Carolina Hall of Fame - Created to recognize and honor those contemporary and past citizens who have made outstanding contributions to South Carolina's heritage and progress.

Medieval Times - Journey back into the 11th century as soon as you enter the castle. Enjoy a delicious feast served medieval style, while cheering for daring knights on horseback who compete in medieval games and jousting matches.

Wheels of Yesteryear Car Museum - Showcases over 50 classic cars and trucks owned & restored by car enthusiast Paul Cummings. One of the Southeast's most impressive collections of vintage American-made automobiles and trucks in one location.

Alabama Theatre - This award winning show, a production of Alabama, showcases high-energy choreography, sophisticated music, side-splitting comedy, glitzy costumes and electrifying special effects.

Waccatee Zoo - Located within 500 acres of private, carefully preserved, wooded property. Along winding trails, beneath shady trees you'll find over 100 species of animals, all treated like family.

Pirates Voyage Dinner & Show - Experience the excitement of two pirate camps as they battle on deck, in the water and in the sky above their pirate ships while you enjoy a four course pirate feast.

Wild Water & Wheels - Features over 33 slides, rides, rivers and tides, with something for the entire family to enjoy. In addition there's Wild Water Golf - A Miniature Golf complex where you weave through waterfalls and caves and even visit the Ancient Mariner.

OD Pavilion - An oceanfront attraction for kids of all ages, the park features a Ferris wheel, roller coaster, bumper cars and other nostalgic must-haves and it's intended to serve guests at nearby hotels and folks who drive in for the fun.