Check out these itinerary ideas for Myrtle Beach, South Carolina.
“Let us assist you to create the perfect tour that offers something for everyone. Take advantage of our live entertainment theaters, beautiful sculpture gardens, and an assortment of other activities. ‘The Beach’ offers more than 2,000 restaurants—from mouthwatering seafood buffets and steaks to waterfront eateries.” –Sandy Haines, group tour sales manager, Myrtle Beach Area Convention & Visitors Bureau
Head to Giant Crab Seafood Restaurant, which features a 170-item seafood bu!et. The restaurant has a meet-and-greet program for group tours and ample motorcoach parking.
Barefoot Landing, located along the Intracoastal Waterway, contains national retail shops, boutiques, restaurants, and entertainment offerings. Find everything from apparel, jewelry, and shoes to gifts, toys, and specialty foods. Attractions include Alabama Theatre, House of Blues, Alligator Adventure, and Crooked Hammock Brewery Tours.
Broadway at the Beach is the largest entertainment complex in South Carolina, with 350 acres of shopping, dining, and entertainment.
Additional shopping can be found at Coastal Grand Mall, The Hammock Shops Village, The Market Common, and two Tanger Outlet Centers.
Book a guided tour of Hopsewee Plantation, built in 1740 on the North Santee River as one of the South’s major rice plantations. The tour includes two original slave cabins that are still standing. Several group meal options are available.
Visit the two state parks in the area. At Myrtle Beach State Park, take a walk on the Sculptured Oak Nature Trail through the maritime forest. Or stroll along Huntington Beach State Park’s iconic causeway to view the many types of wildlife, such as birds and alligators, that call the marsh home.
In 1986, Calvin Gilmore and The Carolina Opry pioneered theater in Myrtle Beach. Since then, the area has become a center for live family entertainment. Take in live theater, dinner shows, variety shows, concert halls, and movie theaters.
Myrtle Beach Area Convention & Visitors Bureau
Main Image: Huntington Beach State Park; Credit: Myrtle Beach Area Convention & Visitors Bureau