Check Out the 2011 Atalaya Arts & Crafts Festival in Myrtle Beach!

Huntington State Park in Myrtle Beach hosts the Atalaya Arts and Crafts Festival every year, and this year is no exception. The festival brings over 100 artists to Murrells Inlet where they showcase their best works that are available to you for purchase. Not only are there plenty of arts and crafts here, but there’s also food and entertainment to make it an exciting afternoon. Don’t miss the fun on Friday, September 23rd through Sunday, September 25th. Grab a place to stay in Myrtle Beach and also make time for some of the best attractions in the area.

Ahoy, mateys! The Pirates Voyage Fun, Feast and Adventure Dinner and Show is the most popular new attraction to hit Myrtle Beach in years. This show is full of swashbuckling excitement that will have your whole family shivering in ye boots. During the show, you can dine on a delicious dinner that is fit for even the heartiest pirate appetite and watch a live show featuring dueling pirates and so much more. The set is one of the highlights of the show, and is designed to transport you right into the high seas to provide you with a realistic adventure experience. Make plans to check out this phenomenal show while you are in Myrtle Beach!

You will know you’re in for an unusual experience before you even step foot in the Ripley’s Believe It or Not Museum in Myrtle Beach, which boasts an unforgettable exterior that has the appearance of being ravaged by a hurricane. As you walk through the museum, you will be amazed by the wide range of completely strange but entirely real oddities of the world on display. Make plans to have a bizarrely great time in Myrtle Beach with a stop at the Ripley’s Believe It or Not Museum!

Enjoy an old-fashioned good time with tickets to Pavilion Nostalgia Park where funnel cakes, corn dogs, midway games, and rides abound. With something for the whole family, you can enjoy good, clean fun in Myrtle Beach. With classic rides like carousels, boat and teacup rides, pirate ships, and more, everyone will have a truly remarkable time. This is a great way to spend time together during your trip.

2 thoughts on “Check Out the 2011 Atalaya Arts & Crafts Festival in Myrtle Beach!

  1. The Atalaya Arts & Crafts Festivals is enough to get me to Myrtle Beach. So many hand-made works of art to see. It would be quite an experience.

  2. Myrtle Beach has forty year old memories for me, of ocean scenes and hammocks from Pawley’s Island. But the art festival sounds like great new memories to make along with that old-fashioned good time at Pavilion Nostalgia Park.

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