There are so many unique and enjoyable attractions in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina.  Initially people are drawn to Myrtle Beach having the warm temperatures and white sandy beaches.  We've compiled a list of some of the Top Rated Attractions in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina.

Broadway At The Beach:  Numerous places to shop, dine and enjoy the nightlife.  Restaurants include King Kong Sushi, Key West Grill, American Tap House, Jimmy Buffets Margaritaville, Landry’s Seafood, Joe’s Crab Shack, Yamato Steakhouse, Liberty Brewery & Grill & Hard Rock Cafe.  There’s also miniature golf & Theatre's, such as Legends & the Palace Theatre.  Nightclubs include Senior Frogs, Crocodile Rocks, Malibu’s, Broadway Louie’s, Good Time Charles & Fat Tuesdays.  You can also get a little adventurous and play on the ziplines or take a boat ride oMyrtle Beach Skywheeln the lake.
Myrtle Beach Skywheel: If you want to get a great view of the City Of Myrtle Beach and Atlantic Ocean, you’ll love the Myrtle Beach Skywheel. It’s located in downtown Myrtle Beach along the Myrtle Beach Boardwalk. It has a fantastic, lively atmosphere and is a great place to visit. Phone: 843- 839-9200 | Info and Videos   
Myrtle Beach:  People enjoy swimming, walking, and catching a tan on the beautiful white sandy beaches that line the coast.
TicketReturn.com Field: Pelicans Ballpark is home to the Myrtle Beach Pelicans, Advanced ‘A’ Affiliate of the Chicago Cubs. The ballpark is located directly across from Broadway at the Beach and offers affordable family fun 70 nights a year!  Group rates available for groups of 10 or more. Phone: (843) 918-6000 | Website
Myrtle Beach State Park: Myrtle Beach State Park sits nestled among Oceanfront maritime forest. A quiet, and surprisingly green, escape from the otherwise bustling beach, the park provides educational opportunities, a nature trail and some of the best surf fishing South Carolina has to offer as well as stunning ocean views and another great fishing spot on Myrtle Beach pier. As far as Myrtle Beach campgrounds go, the parks’ is among the most popular, providing guests with Myrtle Beach pier and shoreline access as well as cozy sites tucked away under the towering trees. If the Myrtle Beach campgrounds aren’t for you, overnight guests may also stay in one of six rental cabins, built by the CCC in the 1930s. Phone: 843-238-5325 | Website
Ripley’s Aquarium:  The aquarium is great fun with many displays and activities. The horseshoe crab and ray petting areas are not to be missed. Kids will have great fun in the pirate area. Check out the glass tunnels through the main aquarium to see all the sea life up close. Phone: 843-916-0888 | Website
New South Brewing:  A wide variety including Lagers, Ales, IPA’s & more.  Located at 1109 Campbell St, Myrtle Beach, sC 29577 | New South Brewing
Myrtle Beach Boardwalk:  The boardwalk is made up of three sections.
  • North Dunes Walkway Section – The North Walkway extends from the Fifteenth Avenue North Park to Plyler Park at the foot of Mr. Joe White Avenue. It features a raised wooden deck and dune landscaping with vegetation which offers a serene, peaceful, and natural environment; a perfect beach experience. The walkway in this section is eight feet wide with connecting pathways to beach access points and adjacent accommodations and attractions.
    South Promenade Section – The South Promenade continues from Eighth Avenue North to First Avenue North just south of the Second Avenue Pier. The South Promenade is a lineal oceanfront park with benches and natural landscaping. This section offers relaxing views of the beach and passive recreational opportunities. Main walkways are twelve feet wide, while secondary paths are eight feet wide.
    Central Wooden Boardwalk Section – The high-intensity portion of the boardwalk extends from Plyler Park to Eighth Avenue North. This section adjoins beachfront stores and shops and invokes a carnival and nostalgia atmosphere with its sights, sounds, and energy with a more classic wooden Boardwalk surface. This section ranges from approximately 26 to 50 feet in width. Website
Boat Tours:  People enjoy Myrtle Beach Watersports, Island Adventure Watersports, Gator Bait Adventure Tours, Waccamaw River ToursDownwind Sails WatersportsLiving Large Party BargeThe Market Common:  Shopping, Dining, Movie Theatre, Mall, Walking, Walking, Outside Movies & Entertainment.

Other Popular Things To Do In Myrtle Beach

Carolina Paddle Company: Paddle Boarding. Lessons, Adventure Tours, Camping Excursions, Rentals, Retail, etc. Myrtle Beach PaddleboardingPrices vary and are all inclusive, per person. All instructors are First Aid and CPR certified. Phone: 843-443-5687 | Website

Myrtle Beach Safari: The Myrtle Beach Safari is a hands on interactive wildlife experience that can be had nowhere else on Earth! You will spend hours interacting with and experiencing wildlife while learning about the work being done to conserve them worldwide. Phone: 843-361-4552 | Website

Franklin G. Burroughs – Simeon B. Chapin Art Museum: The Museum is composed of the following: Six first floor galleries featuring rotating exhibits; Four second-floor galleries including the Grace Martin Matlock Education Galleries; The Art Studio, classroom space used for children’s, adults’ and family workshops; Simeon Chapin Art Resource Library; Reception Room with baby grand piano, used for receptions, concerts, lectures, displays and demonstrations; Carolyn Burroughs Tea Porch, an enclosed space for receptions and other events offering a breathtaking view of the Atlantic Ocean. Phone: 843-238-2510 | Website

Mount Atlanticus Miniature Golf: Mount Atlanticus Minitaur Golf is the one of the TOP miniature golf courses in Myrtle Beach with 36 holes of the best Putt-Putt at the beach. You will see unimpeachable evidence of a miniature golf island resort rumored to be 50,000 years old. They say it broke away from the sunken continent of Atlantis only to reappear in Myrtle Beach. The resort was designed by a minotaur named Goff. Come and you will see great views of the Atlantic Ocean from golf huts over 75 feet high. The 19th hole offers a “Lifetime Pass” to a hole-in-one shot. Phone: 843-444-1008 | Facebook Page

Wheels of Yesteryear: The cars showcased at Wheels of Yesteryear belong to long-time car enthusiast Paul Cummings and his wife Carol. The exception is the Joe Dirt movie car, which is on loan. The complete collection consists of over 100 cars. Cummings’ life-long admiration of American-made cars and trucks was his motivation for displaying his private collection in public. This amazing collection has been over 45 years in the making. The vehicles displayed at Wheels of Yesteryear allow museum visitors to see and appreciate the true beauty and craftsmanship of cars from previous eras. Dedicated automobile enthusiasts and casual fans alike will find something interesting and exciting within the Wheels of Yesteryear auto showcase. Go down memory lane at Wheels of Yesteryear. Phone: 843-903-4774 | Website
Backstage Mirror Maze: Backstage Mirror Maze is a unique, new attraction the entire family can enjoy! At over 2,000 square feet, you will be challenged by infinite reflections, surprising corners, dead ends and continuous circles! A truly, mind-bending experience for all ages. Our kaleidoscope glasses will intensify the effects of the dazzling rainbow lights that will confuse and render you utterly lost. Phone: 843-712-1794 | Website

Wonderworks: An amusement park for the mind with 50,000 square feet of “edu-tainment”. The attraction combines education and entertainment with more than 100 hands on exhibits that challenge the mind and spark the imagination. Worderworks also features a zipline 50 feet above the water. Phone: 843-626-9962 | Website

Family Kingdom Amusement Park: There’s just a special place in the hearts of families everywhere for that old-time warm, friendly amusement park by the sea. Family Kingdom features more than 35 thrilling rides. In 2013 we added four exciting new rides including the Twist ‘n Shout steel roller coaster. And in 2014, we added the interactive bouncing on the Jump Around Dune Buggies, and the Magic Bikes. Of course, your favorites are ready and waiting. Hold on as the Swamp Fox wooden roller coaster takes your breath away at every turn, splash down on our Log Flume, free-fall 110 feet in our Slingshot Drop Zone, bounce a bit on our bumper cars or hit the Go-Kart tracks. And don’t forget, Family Kingdom’s Oceanfront Water Park, Splashes, is just across the street. Phone: 843.626.3447 | Website

Springmaid Pier: Part of the Springmaid Beach Resort, the Springmaid Pier stretches 1,060 feet into the ocean. The pier holds the state record for Spanish Mackerel and hosts numerous fishing tournaments. The pier’s Barnacles Bar & Grille offers tasty food and drinks in a casual atmosphere. The kids will especially enjoy the hand-dipped ice cream! Phone: 843.315.7156 | Website

The Hollywood Wax Museum: The Hollywood Wax Museum is a landmark in Myrtle Beach and a highlight of Broadway at the Beach. At the intersection of Highway 17 Bypass and 21st Avenue in Myrtle Beach, Hollywood Wax Museum is the only wax museum in the country devoted entirely to celebrity figures. The two-story Museum will bring Myrtle Beach tourists and locals into the world of Hollywood Stars and allow visitors to get close to some of the most famous people in show business, recreated so faithfully that you’d swear they were alive. Hollywood Wax Museum houses tons of uncanny replicas, lending themselves to fun photo opportunities for guests. If you’re waxing for fun things to do in Myrtle Beach, SC this summer or if you’re visiting the beautiful Grand Stand any time of year, the Hollywood Wax Museum Nightmare Haunted Houseis a must-see. Phone: 843-444-0091 | Website

Nightmare Haunted House: Established in the mid 1980’s, this mysterious dark attraction continues to horrify tourists and locals alike. Beyond these weathered doors resides the very place in your worst nightmares where evil dreams become stark reality. This is the place where horror plays hide-and-seek with the reluctant dreamer. In and out of total darkness, you find yourself shivering with terror. The morbid,raspy giggle of a zombified clown. The twisted whispers of the side-show freaks leaves you unsure of the source…You can’t be sure what lurks ahead or behind…Above or below. Suddenly your blood runs cold as you realize you’re not sure if you will ever see the light of day once more. Phone: 843-602-4813 | Website

Myrtle Beach Convention Center: 250,000 sq. ft convention center is one of the largest on the East coast, and our exhibit hall is 100,800 square-foot, column-free and is divisible into three sections. Exhibit Hall C features telescopic seating for 2,500 plus making it ideal for general sessions and large assemblies. Thirty-five foot ceilings in the exhibit hall can accommodate most any exhibit or production company’s needs. Eleven dedicated docks and drive in access to each hall. Meanwhile, our 17,000-square-foot ballroom is a showcase of design and functionality, hosting spectacular catered presentations running the gamut from breakfasts to seven-course extravaganzas. Phone: 843-918-1225 | Website

Myrtle Beach Welcome Center: Visitors to the area are served by three conveniently located Welcome Centers: in central Myrtle Beach, on the South Strand, and at Myrtle Beach International Airport. At all three centers, friendly staff members greet visitors, answer questions, offer directions, and distribute maps, brochures, event listings, coupons and more. As an added service, each office is equipped with a Text Telephone (TTY) system, which makes calls possible to and from people who are hearing impaired. Phone: 843-626-7444 | Website

Wacatee Zoo: Waccatee Zoo is located within 500 acres of private, carefully preserved, wooded property. Along winding trails, beneath shady trees you’ll find thousands of animals and over 100 species that are all treated like family. This zoo receives no state or government funding, just lots of T.L.C. Located where the Waccamaw River, Intracoastal Waterway and Socastee Creek Join, Waccatee Zoo is a natural wildlife sanctuary and breeding ground for many species of migratory birds. Phone: 843.650.8500 | Website

 

Children’s Museum Of South Carolina: Interactive exhibits and programs where visitors can touch, explore, and play while learning about their world. Located directly across from the Myrtle Beach Convention Center in the same building as Office Depot. Phone: 843.946.9469 | Website

Ripley’s Believe It Or Not: Stroll through exhibits and see over 500 amazing and strange oddities from real shrunken heads to Transformers make of car part SEEING IS BELIEVING. Phone: 843-448-2261 | Website

Ripley’s Haunted Adventure: The only place in Myrtle Beach where you’ll find shrunken heads, a 8ft tall Transformer sculpture made of scrap car parts, an authentic vampire killing kit, one-of-a-kind artwork, tons of hands-on interactives, and a wicked spinning vortex tunnel! Phone: 843-916-8971 | Website

Myrtle Waves Water Park: Make a splash at South Carolina’s largest water park with 22 slides and attractions and 1.2 million gallons of family fun. Relax by the wave pool, rent a private cabana, splash on exciting slides, raft rides or kiddie play areas. Perfect for groups and birthdays, too! Phone: 843-913-9250 | Website

Splashes Water Park: Family Kingdom’s Oceanfront Water Park has a new name: Splashes. Located on the beach, Splashes is the perfect place to take a break from the sun and sand. Feel the thrill of speeding down a water slide or simply relax as you drift down the cool, refreshing water of the lazy river. Splashes has wet and wild water flumes (over 100′ drop), exhilarating speed slides, intermediate speed slides and a spacious 425′ long lazy river with waterfalls.
Phone: 843-916-0400 | Website
Broadway At The Beach
Broadway At The Beach
Broadway At The Beach
Shopping And Dining
Other Myrtle Beach Attractions
Legends In Concert
The House Of Blues
The Carolina Opry
Cancun Lagoon Mini Golf
Horseback Riding Of Myrtle Beach


King Kong Sushi
Restaurants
Greg Normans -Barefoot Landing
Sea Captains House - Phone: 843-448-8082
Liberty Steakhouse  - Barefoot Landing
Other Myrtle Beach Restaurants
Burro Loco, Mellow Mushroom
Damons, Benitos, King Kong Sushi
Olive Garden, Bonefish Grille, Rossi's
Wild Wing Cafe

Myrtle Beach Golf Courses
Shopping
The Tanger Outlets
Phone: 843-449-0491
Market Commons  - Shopping, Dining, Movies
Golf Courses
Grande Dunes Golf Course  - A Beautiful Golf Course
Barefoot Resort Golf Courses  - Four Signature Courses