Things to Do in Myrtle Beach
You might be so busy enjoying all the activities at Coral Beach Resort that you never want to leave the grounds, but you may just want to get out and experience even more of what makes Myrtle Beach such a popular vacation destination. You will find something to do for every taste and every member of the family, including amusement and water parks, over 100 golf courses, mini golf, fishing, family shows, night clubs, shopping, and restaurants to suit any taste and budget. Please click on any of the links in the following list for more information about that particular attraction.
Amusement Parks and Water Parks
Broadway at The Beach is Myrtle Beach’s premier one stop shop for entertainment, dining, attractions, and shopping. Located in the heart of Myrtle Beach, this venue is perfect for couples or families and offers something for everyone.
Entertainment and attractions are at the core of Broadway at The Beach. Popular attractions include:
• The Ripley’s Aquarium
• The Carolina Comedy Club
• NASCAR SpeedPark
• Palace Theatre
• Myrtle Waves Water Park
And so much more! Broadway at The Beach boasts a plethora of family fun during the day and tons of adult friendly activities at night. The fun never ends!
Shopping is another “must” while you are at Broadway at The Beach. Here, you can find a wide variety of shops that sell everything from apparel and shoes to jewelry and gifts. Check out some of their popular vendors:
• Victoria’s Secret
• Build-A-Bear Workshop
• Shoes Boutique
• Yankee Candle
• Rack Room Shoes
After you have shopped until you drop, refuel at one of Broadway at The Beach’s restaurants. With offerings ranging from seafood to Mexican, you are sure to find something to please even the pickiest palette. Many of these restaurants also double as nightclubs and bars during the evening, meaning you won’t have to look far for late night drinks and dancing. Popular dining destinations include:
• Hard Rock Café
• Fat Tuesday
• Senor Frog
• Carlos’n Charlie’s
• Froggy Bottomz
A water park located near Myrtle Beach with speed slides, kiddie water rides and more
A family attraction featuring a classic collection of amusement rides, including carousels, tea cups, and a boat ride
A Texas Rangers affiliated minor league baseball team, with fun entertainment at games
A 20 acre water park open mid-May to mid-September with slides, raft rides and more
An interactive live-action, role playing game where players embark on quests in an enchanted fantasy world using magic wands
The largest screen in Myrtle Beach!
A preserved low country rice plantation dwelling of the early eighteenth century
An amusement park with more than 30 rides, bumper cars, Go-Karts and a nearby oceanfront water park
An indoor kid’s museum dedicated to teaching and entertaining young minds
Walk the decks of this World War II battleship, located near Wilmington, N.C.