Best reasons to visit Myrtle Beach!

Things to do: Myrtle Beach is truly unique and has things to do you cannot find at other beach areas. There is remarkable food, world-class golf, and an amazing amount of fun and games for families. In fact, there is so much to do and experience that people forget to wet their feet in the water! If that has piqued your interest, read on to know the many attractions at Myrtle Beach that you can enjoy with your family and loved ones.

Restaurants: There are a number of restaurants that you can eat at on a day out at the beach. In fact, there are so many restaurants that you will be lost for choice. Here’s a sample:

Carolina Road House: If you are on the lookout for steaks that melt in the mouth, head out to Carolina Roadhouse. This diner is a favorite among locals and dishes out the best baby-back ribs, and grilled steaks apart from the staple seafood which is common at Myrtle Beach. An open kitchen creates the right atmosphere and mood to feast on the chef’s specials. Reserve a table in advance unless you want to wait in a long queue.

SeaBlue Restaurant and Wine Bar: And, if seafood is on your mind, you again have plenty of options. But, the SeaBlue Restaurant tops the list. This is a modern eatery with a unique blue and green lighting that will set the mood for a romantic date with your beau. Apart from great seafood, you can also order out special cocktails from the bar’s menu. What’s more? The restaurant allows couples to share!

Beach Clubs: Myrtle Beach is famous for its many dance bars and clubs since as early as the 1950s. The live music played by popular bands on moonlit nights amidst the sound of waves crashing against the shores, is something that is best experienced.

Revolutions: If you love music and if you love crowds, you will love Revolutions where peppy tunes from the 1970s will get your feet moving and your body jiving. This dance bar attracts clientele from all walks of life. This dance bar also hosts some of the best bachelor parties in town.

Beach Resorts: There is no better way to enjoy a weekend with your family than by planning a visit to Myrtle Beach. There are world class resorts that look right into the sea and allow you to enjoy the many frills that the heart desires.

Litchfield Beach & Golf Resort: This is a resort in a setting like no other. It has been built on a land that was once a rice plantation and is beautiful from all angles. You can book an ocean facing private cottage or a golf villa based on your preference. This seaside resort has amenities such as pools, tennis, and bicycle rentals. It also has a well-kept golf course with 3 championship courses.

You can also shop till you drop at the many malls that line the Grand Stand. From really massive complexes such as Broadway to smaller shopping havens like the Pawleys Island Hammocks Shops and Hudson’s Flea Market, there is something to fit every shopper’s fancy and taste. 

Here’s a list of attractions just some of the attractions you can see: 

The Carolina Opry has been entertaining crowds for over 20 years with its winning mix of family-friendly music, dance and comedy. A huge cast of …  Read more



Hollywood Wax Museum Myrtle BeachHollywood Wax Museum Myrtle Beach

The Hollywood Wax Museum, featuring lifelike wax figures of famous figures from television, film, music, and history, offers an exciting break from the sun …  Read more



Hard Rock Café Myrtle Beach is home to classic American fare, music memorabilia and plenty of good times in a truly tropical location. Visitors who …  Read more



Combining the abundant natural beauty of the South Carolina lowlands and the white sand serenity of the Grand Strand, the Barefoot Landing is the premier …  Read more



A teaming icon of fun and activity in the already popular Myrtle Beach area since its inception in 1996, Broadway at the Beach has captured the hearts of …  Read more



Nothing prepares you (or the kids) for the rip-roaring roller coaster and water park adventure that is a visit to the Family Kingdom of Myrtle Beach. This is …  Read more



The Grand Strand of Myrtle Beach is 60 odd miles of Atlantic coastline that’s ever-changing business-lined boardwalk and spectacular beach sunsets ensure fresh …  Read more



Medieval Times Myrtle Beach offers families a dining and entertainment experience that’s unlike any other. The jaw-dropping night of live performances …  Read more



Myrtle Beach SkyWheel

Myrtle Beach SkyWheel

Towering 200 feet above the sea in the sunny vacationland of Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, the SkyWheel is a modern take on your typical Ferris wheel. Riders …  Read more



One of the last bastions of undeveloped raw wilderness along the beautiful South Carolina coast, Myrtle Beach State Park is where you can explore the abundant …  Read more



Though the sun may be hot, Myrtle Beach has got the relief you need. Myrtle Waves is South Carolina’s premier water park destination and pumps over a million …  Read more



A family amusement park that puts you in the driver’s seat, the NASCAR SpeedPark is just what the Jeff Gordon in your family has been waiting for. Speed down …  Read more




The sand and waves meet along the North Myrtle Beach coastline. Perched on the northern end of South Carolina’s Grand Strand, North Myrtle Beach offers a …  Read more



A world-class aquarium filled with underwater walkways, huge tanks and live mermaid and shark feeding shows, Ripley’s Aquarium is underwater excitement …  Read more



Designed upside-down and built with what appears to be a playful sense of toying with its guests, Wonderworks offers over 100 exhibits to mystify and engage, …  Read more