A visit to Myrtle Beach is not complete without a visit to the Myrtle Beach SkyWheel. Located on the boardwalk, the SkyWheel is a giant Ferris wheel with enclosed air-conditioned gondolas. Opened in 2011, the SkyWheel has become an icon of the Myrtle Beach skyline. With unsurpassed views and comfortable seats, a trip on the SkyWheel is perfect for the whole family. Each ride goes around three times and lasts about 10 to 12 minutes. A family of six or less can fit in one gondola. Bring your camera to get amazing pictures through the clear glass enclosures and in the evenings, be sure to stick around to see the spectacular light show as the SkyWheel fills the Myrtle Beach night sky with bursts of colors!See more »
Ripley's Aquarium is a $40 million, state-of-the-art, 87,000 square-foot aquarium experience, located at Broadway at the Beach in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. It is South Carolina's most visited attraction, where guests are entertained by some of the world's most beautiful, fascinating and dangerous aquatic life.
Visitors are surrounded on all sides by menacing giant sharks as they travel through Dangerous Reef, a 750,000 gallon tank, on a 330-foot moving glidepath. Other spectacular features at Ripley's Aquarium include Ray Bay, highlighting a variety of rays from multiple viewing levels and Friendship Flats, where guests touch Atlantic rays, Southern rays, Cow-Nose rays, Spotted Eagle rays and Bonnet-Head sharks.See more »
If you loved the old Myrtle Beach Pavilion Amusement Park, then you are a fan of corn dogs, funnel cakes sprinkled with powdered sugar and maybe topped with sliced apples and cinnamon, the sounds and scents of the midway, and games of skill that offer Big prizes. The Myrtle Beach Pavilion is now a part of Myrtle Beach history but some of its classic rides, historic artifacts and more will now live on at The Pavilion Park at Broadway at the Beach! The park offers a collection of classic rides from the Pavilion Amusement Park, like the famous Herschell-Spillman Carousel, Wave Rider, adult and kiddie Pirate Rides, and the Caterpillar, Dune Buggy, Boat and Teacup Rides. The historic German Baden Band Organ plays here too. There is a blast-from-the-past retail shop, five midway skill games, a Pavilion Museum and much more. This is easy to get to, safe and affordable family fun!See more »
At 50,000 square feet in size and 97 feet in height, Wonderworks has a dramatic exterior and is classically-designed with the appearance of landing upside-down....and that's where the fun just begins!
The attraction is an “amusement park for the mind,” combining education and entertainment in over 100 hands-on exhibits that sparks the imagination and stimulate the mind. Visitors to the attraction enjoy a variety of experiences including being blown away by 74 mile per hour hurricane-force winds, maneuvering the controls of a NASA spacecraft to land the shuttle, lying on a bed of 3,500 nails, piloting a fighter jet, designing and riding a 360 degree virtual roller coaster, playing virtual sports and competing in a game of lazer-tag.See more »
Where Myrtle Beach Comes To Life! BROADWAY AT THE BEACH is South Carolina's premier festive entertainment complex located on 350 acres in the heart of Myrtle Beach, SC. Surrounding a 23-acre lake, Broadway at the Beach features over 100 specialty shops, 19 restaurants, 12 nightclubs, theaters, and several award-winning attractions.See more »
A sweeping Grand Strand beach, pristine and wide open, stands as one of the most recognizable South Carolina landmarks. Revel in sea-breeze camping, the finest surf fishing South Carolina has to offer and some of the top bird-watching on the East Coast. That’s not all Huntington Beach State Park has to offer.See more »
Situated on Waccamaw Neck in Georgetown County, South Carolina between the Waccamaw River and the Atlantic coast, Brookgreen Gardens is the country's first public sculpture garden and has the largest collection of figurative sculpture by American artists in an outdoor setting in the world. It is also a nature and historical preserve with a small zoo, and a nature exhibition center. Archer and Anna Hyatt Huntington first visited the property in 1929. They were captivated by beauty of it, so they purchased nearly 10,000 acres of forest, swamp, rice fields and beachfront. They intended to establish a winter home on the Atlantic, but Anna saw the potential of the property and they quickly began to develop her vision.See more »