2105 S Ocean BlvdMyrtle Beach, SC 29577 (843) 448-8446


Today, we are traveling to Myrtle Beach, one of the 14 beautiful communities of the Grand Strand, as we explore down the 60 miles of coastline that make up our area. Where do we start with all there is to see, do and eat in Myrtle Beach? Well, keep on reading as we highlight our favorite things to do, adventures, and restaurants in Myrtle Beach.

While you are at the Boardwalk, visit The Funplex, an amusement park right off Ocean Boulevard. The Funplex offers 7 different rides for all ages, ranging from mild to adventurous, and has a beverage bar and food options that are not only tasty, but unique and fun. The Funplex also just opened a new ride, Mach Fun, the tallest flying jet ride in North America.  

For outstanding views of the Atlantic Ocean, eat lunch or dinner at Riptydz Oceanfront Grille and Rooftop Bar. Riptydz has both indoor seating and a rooftop that offers unobstructed views and a menu with options from burgers to seafood to specialty mac and cheese.

Our next stop is Broadway at the Beach , a shopping, entertainment, and dining complex only a few blocks from the ocean. Located in Broadway at the Beach, the Simpsons in 4D is the perfect family friendly entertainment spot with themed snacks and drinks at the Kwik-E-Mart. The Hollywood Wax Museum , also located at Broadway at the Beach, is home to your famous stars – wax museum style of course! The Hollywood Wax Museum also offers a mirror maze and zombie experience that will keep the entire family amused for hours.

Jump into action at the Funplex! Now Open!  The new outdoor theme park features seven rides, a walk-up bar and restaurant, and hours of family entertainment. Check Below for details on the new rides that are sure to thrill the entire family!

Conveniently located just a few steps from the beach on 14th Avenue between Withers Drive and Ocean Avenue, the Funplex Myrtle Beach is your local place to eat and play!

The Funplex Myrtle Beach Reopens for the 2023 Season on Saturday, March 4th! Tickets Available Soon!

Ripley's Aquarium, also located at Broadway at the Beach, is an enchanting two-story aquarium filled with all types of aquatic life. If you love penguins as much as we do, you have to try the Penguin Encounter, where you can learn about and pet a penguin. Ripley’s also has a glass tunnel so you can walk underneath the “water” and see the fish and sharks from above.

If you are looking for fine dining or date night location, Hook & Barrel is owned and operated by award-winning chef, Heidi Vukov, and is famous for excellence in fresh, sustainable cooking. Sea Captain's House is another renowned restaurant in Myrtle Beach, where its traditional coastal dishes like she crab soup and fresh fish have stood the test of time for over 50 years.

The fantastically colorful poison dart frogs of Central and South America are extremely poisonous. Despite their tiny size, the largest less than 1.5 inches in length, these frogs are highly toxic and some can be lethal to humans.

Native hunters in the rainforest use poisons from these frogs on the tips of their blow darts and arrows when hunting.

Rio Amazon recreates the primeval, lush world of the rainforest.

Rainforests are some of Earth’s oldest living ecosystems, some surviving for at least 70 million years! Discover the animals that inhabit these tropical forests, like freshwater stingrays, poison dart frogs, armored catfish, arapaima, and piranhas.

There’s more than meets the eye at the Aquarium! See scientific research in action on a tour of Ripley’s Marine Science Research Center, our state-of-the-art quarantine and research facility. You’ll go behind the scenes to get a firsthand look at how Ripley’s Aquariums rescue and care for animals.

Splash into the science of the Aquarium with your guide as they educate you on the Aquarium’s scientific research, daily animal care, and conservation efforts.

Ever wonder what it would be like to work alongside colorful fish, fierce sharks, playful penguins, and other amazing animals? Join other curious minds as you discover all the ins and outs of our jaw-some Aquarium!

You’ll learn about different zoological practices, animal care, and all that goes into running a world-class marine life facility. Throughout the Camp, you will tour the Aquarium, go behind the scenes, ride over to our Marine Science Research Center, and even swim with our rays!

We know there is a checklist of the must-sees in Myrtle Beach that everyone writes about: our beaches, our water sports, our family attractions and entertainment, and our endless dining options. But we wanted to dig deeper to reveal a list of some unique, unexpected treasures to see and do while you’re here at the beach.

Take a Segway Tour

For a twist on touring the beach, get off your feet and step foot instead onto a Segway with Myrtle Beach Segway. The company gives one- to two-hour tours on Segway Personal Transporters (PTs) in several areas of the Grand Strand, including the North Myrtle Beach Park & Sports Complex, Huntington Beach State Park in Murrells Inlet, and The Market Common, where the company is based (self-guided).

Why not get a real taste of Myrtle Beach by signing up for a cooking class? The International Culinary Institute of Myrtle Beach, a culinary school located on the campus of Horry Georgetown Technical College, offers several weekly cooking courses in the spring and summer that cover a wide variety of cuisine for kids and adults who have a wide range of skills in the kitchen.

Glide close along our beautiful coastal waters and rivers in a glass-bottom kayak, giving you an amazing view of the sea and marine life below. It’s an incredible experience! Several hands-on tours, led by the professional guides of Glass Bottom Kayak Tours, go through the marshes of North Myrtle Beach and Cherry Grove or a private island to go shelling.

Go Horseback Riding

Horse lovers, nature lovers, and history lovers will fall in love a horseback riding excursion on the beach. Inlet Point Plantation based in North Myrtle Beach offers rides year-round, oceanfront or on the waterway, with several different options for ages 7 and up of all skill levels. Dating back to 1861, the plantation itself is rooted in history, thought to once be home to Blackbeard and an army of Confederate soldiers during the Civil War, so the ride is destined to be memorable.

For only $20, you can take off on a helicopter ride to see Myrtle Beach from the sky! The price of the flight is low, but the aircraft are maintained to the highest FAA standards, and the pilots are commercially rated with many years of military and civilian experience. All you need is your beautiful self and a friend or family member to enjoy the sky-high views of the Grand Strand coastline.

Sip in a Speakeasy

Yes, Myrtle Beach has its own distillery, complete with a speakeasy that you can sit, sip, and experience if you take the VIP tour at Twelve 33 Distillery. They produce a full lineup of handcrafted spirits from locally sourced ingredients, which will not disappoint. The VIP Tour gives you a behind-the-scenes look into the distillery, guided by one of their pros who will walk you through the entire distilling process and end in their speakeasy for a flight and signature cocktail.

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