Points of Interest in Myrtle Beach

January 7, 2014

Myrtle Beach, VME

Planet Hollywood, SC

While you’re in beautiful Myrtle Beach for your next vacation, take in the sights of this awesome area! While you may have some shows or hotels in mind for the trip, make sure to check out these points of interest while you’re there. You can easily stumble upon a small paradise, making your vacation even more fantastic!

Surfside Beach

Conveniently located between Myrtle Beach and Murrels Inlet, Surfside Beach is a favorite location for family and other Carolina coast visitors. This small community boasts several miniature golf courses, theaters, shows, parks, restaurants, nightclubs, and accommodations, as well as two miles of pristine beaches. Enjoy the beauty of several municipal parks and nearby Myrtle Beach State Park!

Myrtle Beach Pavilion Amusement Park

This oceanfront amusement park features thrill rides, family attractions, kiddie rides, and more! Centered on 11 acres along the beach, the Pavilion features more than 40 rides, including the Hurricane Category 5, an enormous wooden roller coaster that reaches heights of more than 110 feet. The Pavilion also hosts The Attic, the only Under 21 nightclub in the area! The park is open from early March through September.

Broadway at the Beach

Take a trip to this 350-acre entertainment complex, featuring many shops, restaurants, attractions, nightclubs, hotels, and theaters! The picturesque complex surrounds a 23-acre lake and frequently hosts street parties, festivals, and other special events. While you’re there, make sure to check out the NASCAR SpeedPark, Myrtle Waves Water Park, movie theaters, and more, and have some delicious food at Planet Hollywood or Hard Rock Café. Find lots of souvenirs at one of the many shops along this area!

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5 Comments on “Points of Interest in Myrtle Beach”

  1. Jane Says:

    Myrtle Beach would be perfect to get away from this mid west artic weather. I would love to see the beach instead of the snow!

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  2. Ashley Says:

    Myrtle Beach sounds so neat! Ive heard of Broadway at the Beach yet had no idea is was so big, 350 acres! Wow, I suppose you would never run out of things to do

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  3. Ana Says:

    Planet Hollywood I would love to take advantage of this meal ticket for sure!

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  4. Meredith Says:

    These all sound really cool! Definitely need to make a trip out to Myrtle Beach now. :)

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  5. Jonny M. Says:

    I’m not going to lie I would probably be most interested in the Planet hollywood and Hard Rock Cafe, I love places like that and just the thought of it makes me hungry!

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