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Myrtle Beach, South Carolina makes the perfect summer getaway destination. Along with miles of attractive coastline, beautiful sunrises, and delightful beach days, there are numerous entertainment prospects throughout Myrtle Beach.
Here are five ways to pack your summer getaway to Myrtle Beach with entertainment.
Stay along the Myrtle Beach boardwalk
Get involved with Myrtle Beach’s local festivities and other attractions by staying at one of the beach’s countless hotels neighboring the boardwalk. The boardwalk and promenade are home to Myrtle Beach’s SkyWheel, haunted house venues, and rides like The Slingshot, which goes 300 feet in the air. The boardwalk offers a plethora of activities.
Take a ride on the SkyWheel
See miles of Myrtle Beach coast while you enjoy your ride on the SkyWheel. When the SkyWheel opened in 2011, it was the first observation wheel of its kind in the United States. SkyWheel has 42 climate-controlled enclosed gondolas and stands at 200 feet tall. SkyWheel runs day and night and, is sure to leave an unforgettable impression with its picturesque views.
Visit Ripley’s Believe It or Not!
Ripley’s Believe It or Not! is an ideal choice to get out of the sun for a bit while you discover disturbing, strange and even beautiful displays. Ripley’s Believe It or Not!, Located on Ocean Boulevard, is an “odditurium museum” with exhibits that will be entertaining for the whole family, complete with visual illusions. You can even see a cannibal skull. These intriguing exhibits will leave your group in astonishment.
Oceanfront food and music at Tin Roof
If your group is looking for a casual restaurant on the beach that also offers musical entertainment, then Tin Roof is a great choice. With a relaxed, eclectic environment, Tin Roof overlooks both the boardwalk and the ocean, offering some of the best views of Myrtle Beach from its rooftop patio.
Experience local events
Myrtle Beach has countless localized events that are family friendly. See the splendor of Brookgreen Gardens in summer bloom, attend local food festivals, or experience Myrtle Beach’s live music events.
Pyler Park offers free entertainment almost every night of the summer with its “Hot Summer Nights” series.
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