Myrtle Beach Places

TripWhat's travel guide to Myrtle Beach; our list of the best things to see, including Mount Atlanticus, Myrtle Beach Golf Holiday and Broadway at the Beach.
  • The best place in Myrtle Beach: Mount Atlanticus

    Mount Atlanticus

    located directly behind the Pavilion
    With two courses, bizarre wall art (including a mural in which God looks suspiciously like Kurt Russell, complete with shades), and strange Ewok-like huts, this place is a must-play. If you make a hole in one at the 19th, you get your polaroid on the wall and a lifetime free pass. Avoid the gift shop and the nauseating blue water and you'll find this a great place with a tongue-in-cheek sense of beachy trash. Admission is only $9 for adults and $8 for ages 12 and under. It is open every day of the week other than Christmas day!
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  • Myrtle Beach Golf Holiday

    Myrtle Beach Golf Holiday

    Government funded, non-profit organization designed to provide information on golf in Myrtle Beach. Read news, find area information, and book over 70 courses and hotels online.
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  • Broadway at the Beach

    Broadway at the Beach

    It is the largest festival entertainment complex in South Carolina featuring theaters, 20 restaurants, over 100 specialty shops, 15 attractions, 11 night clubs, and 3 hotels. It's also crowded, although the Butterfly Pavilion is worth the admission. New additions in 2010 include restaurants and shops for sports, technology, and apparel. Some stores include Ron Jon Surf Shop, Sharkey's Bar & Grill, and XCell Wireless Technology and Accessories. Also announced, there is an addition of a zip line ride that will span 500 feet back and forth across the 23-acre Lake Broadway.
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  • Coastal Grand Mall

    Coastal Grand Mall

    Coastal Grand Mall in Myrtle Beach, SC offering more than 100 stores like, Ulta, Dick's Sporting Goods, Caché, Bed Bath & Beyond, Old Navy, Jos A. Banks, Yankee Candle and Books-A-Million. Enjoy dining at the Texas Roadhouse or Abuelo's.
  • Myrtle Beach Speedway

    Myrtle Beach Speedway

    located off of US 501
    Hosts events weekly such as NASCAR Late Model Stock Car races, Spring Fling Swap Meet & Car Shows, the year ending Seneca 400 weekend, and drifting events. It is a NASCAR Sanctioned .538 mile short track. For many years, it has been the training grounds for some of NASCAR's biggest competitors. No where else can you watch live racing action every Saturday night on the Grand Strand.
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  • House of Blues

    House of Blues

    4640 Highway 17 S
    , North Myrtle Beach, [21].
  • Myrtle Beach FC

    is a pro soccer team playing in the National Premier Soccer League
    The team plays at the Doug Shaw Memorial Stadium, located on 33rd Avenue, SC 29582. The regular season runs from May to July and tickets are free for kids aged 10 and under.
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  • Myrtle Beach State Park

    one of the few underdeveloped natural areas to be found along the Grand Strand
    The 312 acre park boasts a mile of beachfront and includes a large campground, a fishing pier and nature trails that lead through a maritime forest. There is a nature center that offers the visitors the chance to learn about dolphins, sea turtles, and the abundant bird and plant life. There is Wi-Fi availability for park guests at the campground store and pier, pets are allowed in most outdoor areas year round, and there are tours and programs for visitors that are fun, engaging, and educational to raise awareness about the natural resources of the park. Myrtle Beach State Park is a "Discover Carolina Site", which provides curriculum-based science programs for school children.
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  • Myrtle Beach Golf Store

    +1 910-575-7377
    Do you have everything that you need for your next golf trip? Myrtle Beach Golf Store has a large variety of golf equipment including golf clubs and other golf accessories.
  • Myrtle Beach Pelicans

    are an Advanced-A Affiliate of the Texas Rangers
    The Pelicans' stadium, BB&T Coastal Field, is located at the intersection of 21st Avenue North & Robert Grissom Parkway, directly across from Broadway at the Beach. There have been a few Major League Baseball players who have worn the Pelicans' uniform since the team began play in 1999, such as Rafael Furcal, Marcus Giles, Ryan Langerhans, Horacio Ramirez, Pete Orr, Adam LaRoche, Jeff Francoeur, and Brain McCann.
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  • Ripley's Aquarium

    1110 Celebrity Circle
    Su-Th 9AM-9PM, F,Sa 9AM-10PM. Large Aquarium including Touch-a-Ray Bay, Stingray Bay, and Sharks!
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  • East of Chicago Pizza Company & Fun Factory

    3901 N Kings Hwy
  • Benjamin's Bagel Bakery & Deli

    531 Highway 17 S
  • Lee's Inlet Kitchen

    4460 Highway 17
  • 67th New York Pizza & Sub

    6613 N Kings Hwy
  • Ashley's Pizza & Pub

    405 N Ocean Blvd
  • Benito's Brick Oven Pizza

    1596 Highway 17 S
  • Ala Mario's Pizza

    2286 Highway 501 E
  • Burro Loco

    Highway 17 Bypass at 10th Avenue North
  • El Cerro Grande

    108 S Kings Hwy
  • Casa Blanca Cafe North

    400 N Ocean Blvd
  • Country Tavern

    State Highway 31 & FM 2767
  • Battista's Lighthouse Cafe

    905 Highway 17
  • Boston Pizza Plus

    1208 N Kings Hwy
  • The Filling Station

    1913 10th Ave North
  • Anthonys of Myrtle Beach

    2807 S Ocean Blvd
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EDIT THIS ITINERARY Our list of places in Myrtle Beach uses some content from Wikipedia and Wikivoyage.