Visit Myrtle Beach’s most popular Amusement Park with over 30 fun-filled rides to choose from! Freefall 110-feet on our newest attraction for 2003 – the Slingshot Drop Zone! Ride our thrilling all-wooden roller coaster, the Swamp Fox and the largest Ferris Wheel in the state of South Carolina. Enjoy a state of the art Log Flume, two Go-Kart tracks, bumper cars, and a historical carousel.
Family Kingdom is located at 300 South Ocean Blvd. For more information, visit www.family-kingdom.com.
The Children’s Museum of South Carolina serves the state and local community, as well as visitors to the Grand Strand area by presenting interactive exhibits and programs in an environment where visitors can “Touch, Explore, and Play” while learning about their world. The Museum is committed to quality interactive exhibits and educational programs. With education being the heart of its programs and the basis on which exhibits are designed, the Museum is successfully reaching out to new audiences.
For more information, visit www.cmsckids.org to learn more.
From The Beach to the Big Leagues the Myrtle Beach Pelicans are celebrating their 10th Anniversary at BB&T Coastal Field this season with even more excitement on and off the field. With exciting Carolina League baseball and over 40 special promotional nights your entire family is sure to enjoy a memorable evening of FUN!!!
For more information, visit www.myrtlebeachpelicans.com.
Surf’s up, so grab an inner tube and ride the eight different Wave types-some reaching 4 feet high. You’ll being thoroughly entertained as you listen to the beat of the sounds blaring from the speakers or cheer for the best act in the karaoke contest coming from the high-tech stage that sets in the backdrop of the wave pool. Fun for all ages. Enjoy over 13 different water rides including Wipeout Wave Pool, Lazy River and our white water express!
Wild Water & Wheels located at 910 Highway 17 South in Surfside Beach. For more information, visit www.wild-water.com .
Atalaya Castle, also known as Atalaya, stands as a monument to the creativity and generosity of Archer and Anna Hyatt Huntington. Archer M. Huntington was a noted scholar of Spanish culture and art and modeled the couple’s winter home in the style of the Moorish architecture of the Spanish Mediterranean coast. Anna Hyatt Huntington was a sculptor and her main studio was here.
Atalaya was built near the ocean in South Carolina in what is now Huntington Beach State Park. The 200 by 200 foot (60 by 60 m) masonry structure was built from 1931 to 1933. Local labor was used at Mr. Huntington’s insistence to provide work for a community hard hit by the Great Depression.
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Brookgreen is the country’s oldest and largest sculpture garden where some 550 works of American figurative sculpture are displayed throughout the Archer and Anna Hyatt Huntington Sculpture Garden, one of the most beautiful public gardens in the Southeast. In addition, there’s a Lowcountry Trail with native wildlife exhibits as well as historical and cultural exhibits that reveal the distinctive life and land of Lowcountry Carolina. Tours and excursions are offered daily, as well as seasonal programs.
For more information, visit www.brookgreen.org to learn more.
At Alligator Adventure you’ll find yourself face to face with nature’s fiercest and most beautiful animals. Located adjacent to Barefoot Landing in North Myrtle Beach, one of South Carolina’s most outstanding tourist attractions, Alligator Adventure is one of the largest facilities for reptile life in the world.
For more information, visit www.alligatoradventure.com to learn more.
Ripley’s Aquarium is a $40 million, state-of-the-art, 87,000 square foot aquarium experience, located in Broadway at the Beach in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. It is South Carolina’s most visited attraction, where guests are entertained by some of the worlds’ most beautiful, fascinating and dangerous aquatic life.
For more information, visit www.ripleysaquarium.com to learn more.