Take a Day Trip to Myrtle Beach
For a fun day trip that all ages will enjoy, travel to the beautiful area of Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. Myrtle Beach offers a variety of delicious dining, exciting attractions, fun activities and more. Check out things to do in Myrtle Beach below!
Pirates Voyage Dinner & Show
You’ll be amazed at the sighting of mesmerizing mermaids, live animals, and a salty surround filled with dramatic lighting effects, realistic soundings, and powerful pyrotechnics! All crews with special needs are fully accommodated and signed on! Just give the captain a heads up for assistance. Call ahead to Ticket Sales at (843) 497-9700 or (800) 433-4401 and we will happily make your adventure accessible, whatever the need.
Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament
Travel through the mists of time to a forgotten age and a tale of devotion, courage and love—at Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament. Imagine the pageantry and excitement that would have been yours as a guest of the king ten centuries ago. That’s exactly what you will experience at North America’s most popular dinner attraction. See our electrifying show featuring heroic knights on spirited horses displaying the astounding athletic feats and thrilling swordplay that have become hallmarks of this unique entertainment experience. Enjoy a “hands-on” feast as the dynamic performance unfolds before you. A sweeping musical score and brilliant lights provide a fabulous backdrop for this spellbinding experience that blurs the boundary between fairy tale and spectacle!
The Alabama Theatre
The Alabama Theatre is proud to have been voted the Best Live Entertainment Theatre in Myrtle Beach by both visitors and locals numerous times. The Theatre works very hard to make sure both our signature shows, ONE The Show and The South’s Grandest Christmas Show, are special entertainment experiences for all our visitors.
Broadway at the Beach
Year after year, Broadway at the Beach stands alone as by far the most popular tourist destination in the entire Myrtle Beach area. With its great location, convenient parking and wide range of outstanding activities for visitors of all ages, it’s the perfect place to make magical memories of your own.
First, man flew to the moon and then, in 2011, they invented the SkyWheel – the first observation wheel of its kind in the United States. Want a better perspective? SkyWheel Myrtle Beach is 200-feet above sea level. Take a flight overlooking the Atlantic Ocean and the Myrtle Beach Boardwalk in one of our 42 climate controlled and fully enclosed gondolas.
Situated as a centerpiece of the 1.2 mile-long Oceanfront Boardwalk and Promenade, the SkyWheel is surrounded by some tasty eats, great shopping and the pristine sands of the Atlantic. When you’re done having your breath taken away by the view from your flight, browse the LandShark SurfShack and then grab a bite at the LandShark Bar & Grill.
Traveling on moving glide paths, visitors enter the ocean realm and come face to face with thousands of fascinating fishes and menacing sea creatures, everything from barracudas, to rays, to jellyfish, octopi, moray eels and giant sharks!
- Ripley’s Aquarium in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina is located in Broadway-at-the-Beach, an entertainment and dining complex that features restaurants, rides, shops and the 85,000 square foot Ripley’s Aquarium.
Ripley’s Haunted Adventure
Ripley’s Haunted Adventure takes haunted houses to the next level. Live actors lurk behind every corner in this creepy adventure, terrorizing you every step of the way! Feel free to Scream!
- The Grimsby & Streaper Import-Export Co. has always been the source of much controversy… and many strange occurrences. It is said that unnatural things went on in the place and it was often blamed for the unusual number of people, both dead and alive, that disappeared from the town…Enter at your own risk… Who knows what you will find inside!
Ripley’s Believe It or Not!
Visit the strangest place in Myrtle Beach! Ripley’s Believe It or Not! has been proudly freaking out families for over 90 years. Come and see the weird and wacky exhibits that inspired the hit TV series.