Tag - Pirates Voyage Dinner & Show

If you are anything like my family growing up, we always had an itinerary on vacation – it was the only way we didn’t miss out on everything we wanted to do! For those currently planning their spring break holiday, here are a few ideas to get you started. Day 1 On your first day at The Beach, you should spend as much time at the beach as possible! Some people may find March or early April a little too soon for swimming in the ocean, but the beaches will be warm enough for a lot of lounging and downtime in the sand. Most of our larger,…

It’s not Christmas at the beach without a visit to a live performance at one of our award-winning theaters! 2020 has been extra hard on live theaters everywhere, and the Myrtle Beach area was no exception. But thankfully, most live performance venues are open again with new safety measures in place. Wherever you go, you’ll experience reduced capacity, masking, extra sanitation and cleaning, social distancing and PLENTY of Christmas cheer. Here are a few of our favorite shows come the holiday season: The Christmas Show of the South The…

While any beach makes for a relaxing vacation, Myrtle Beach is a wonderful destination for great homeschooling and enrichment activities for your children. Whether you are doing traditional homeschooling or you are remote learning in the time of Covid, you are able to vacation and yet continue on with your studies while in Myrtle Beach. Our family recently returned from a trip from Myrtle Beach, and after homeschooling 27 years, I have become a pro at turning a fall vacation into learning experiences. Here are my best tips for packing for…

We’re so excited that many Grand Strand theaters are reopening! Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament has been open for a couple of weeks but this weekend The Carolina Opry, Alabama Theatre, and Pirates Voyage Dinner & Show are back for the first time in nearly 6 months! After a day in the sun, a dazzling night at the theater is a great addition to any trip to Myrtle Beach. Pirates Voyage Dinner & Show and The Carolina Opry will reopen their doors Friday, September 4, and Alabama Theatre begins September 5 -- just in time for Labor Day! Seating…

If you’re lucky enough to have visited the Myrtle Beach area in the midst of the holiday season, you know just how much our popular beach destination loves Christmas. Each of our area theaters host outstanding holiday productions that range from ice shows to light shows to traditional Christmas variety shows—and every single one excels at igniting the Christmas spirit inside audience members. If you’re headed to see us as the weather cools down, be sure to check out one (or more!) of these fantastic holiday extravaganzas. ‘The South’s Grandest…

It's beginning to look - and feel - a lot like Christmas. Seriously, these cold temperatures as of late have us letting our cars warm up for a few minutes before getting in and driving to work in the mornings. But hey, that's Old Man Winter for you, and it just gets us even more in the holiday spirit. Two of the Myrtle Beach area's most popular dinner shows - Medieval Times and Pirates Voyage - have been in a Christmas state of mind for several weeks now, and their holiday-themed shows are not to be missed. Pirates Voyage tells the story…

Pirates Voyage: Beware Matey!

Monday, August 1, 2011 3:00 AM by VisitMyrtleBeach SC

The pirates that once sailed the coast of the Carolinas have docked in Myrtle Beach, and have just taken over Dolly Parton's newest and most thrilling dinner show! Throughout the show, crimson and sapphire pirates battle each other on deck, in the air, and even in a 15-foot-deep lagoon. Audience members become a part of the show as well, competing against the opposing team for the lost treasure. Pirates Voyage is sure to "take your breath away" with its spectacular acrobatic performances, live animals, and music written by Dolly Parton herself.…