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Myrtle Beach is filled with amazing attractions to enjoy during your vacation, but if there’s one can’t miss spot, many would say it’s Broadway at the Beach. This gigantic entertainment megaplex is South Carolina’s most visited attraction, and since opening back in 1995, upwards of 14 million guests visit Broadway at the Beach annually. There is simply something for everyone around the 350-acre complex.Where to EatNearly two dozen eateries and snack shops are located throughout Broadway at the Beach, ensuring each diner can satisfy their appetite no matter what they crave. Guests with a craving for fresh seafood delights are sure to enjoy the options at restaurants like Landry’s Seafood, Joe’s Crab Shack and King Kong Sushi.... Read More
We're now a full week into March and for you and many travelers like yourself, your spring break vacation to Myrtle Beach is right around the corner. And with so many fantastic entertainment options to choose from along the Grand Strand, your Myrtle Beach spring break trip is sure to be non-stop fun from start to finish. In fact, the hardest part can sometimes be choosing which activities to enjoy during your getaway. What a great problem to have. Here are a few of our favorite spots for family fun in Myrtle Beach.WonderWorksEntertaining Broadway at the Beach guests for nearly ten years, WonderWorks is filled with over 100 exciting and hair-raising exhibits and amusements that will delight and educate guests of all ages.... Read More
Annual Intracoastal Christmas Regatta Boat Parade in Little RiverOn November 26, the Little River Inlet will come alive with the beauty of Christmas. In its 32nd year, the Boat Parade will showcase decorated boats, as they travel along the inlet. Each participant (as well as viewers) is encouraged to donate new, unwrapped toys for local children who may be in need this holiday season. This maritime parade will begin at 5 p.m. in Little River and make its way to the Dock Holidays Marina, so find a great viewing spot and enjoy the Intracoastal Boat Parade.North Myrtle Beach Christmas ParadeNorth Myrtle Beach will kick off the Christmas season with its parade, which takes place on December 3 at 5:20 p.... Read More
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