One of the best things about living in the Myrtle Beach area is that there is
always something fun to do with family and friends and these attractions
are some of the local's favorite attractions and activities.
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The newly reopened Broadway Grand Prix is fun for families of all ages. There are seven go-kart tracks that accommodate all skill levels. Additionally, you'll find children's rides, an arcade, a rock climbing wall and a mini-golf course. It is sure to please!
If you're looking for something special and unique to give to friends and loved ones as gifts, give Conway Glass a try. The owners have 50 years of glass industry experience, and that talent is put to use in designing blown glass items from Christmas ornaments to vases. Glass blowing classes are also available.
If there is one thing that the Grand Strand prides itself on, it's the blue crabs found in our waters. At the Myrtle Beach State Park, you and your family can learn everything about crabbing from the park rangers before casting your own net.
The beautiful La Belle Amie Vineyard is home to Twisted Sisters wine. Guided tours are available on Tuesdays and Thursdays, and there is a tasting room available. Plus, the vineyard boasts a number of special events throughout the year.
When it's time to root, root, root for the home team, we're rooting for the Myrtle Beach Pelicans. A night out at the ballgame includes fun activities for kids of all ages between innings and specials like $1 hot dogs and beer nights for adults.
The best view of the Myrtle Beach area is found almost 200 feet in the air while secured inside one of the gondolas of the Myrtle Beach SkyWheel. Have a camera handy, because there is no better place for a "selfie" or scenic shot along the Grand Strand.
The Myrtle Beach area's only microbrewery is New South Brewing. On Tuesdays and Thursdays, tours are available so you can learn everything that goes into making this delicious local beer. The best part? There is a tasting at the very end. Cheers!
The Pier at Garden City is the 668-foot-long heart of this community. Visitors are welcome to walk along it free of charge and enjoy live entertainment once the sun starts to set. Plus, fishing is available 24 hours a day throughout the summer and into the fall. And for the kids, there is a great arcade with plenty of games.
With 60 miles of beautiful, sandy beaches, there are plenty of places to find that unique seashell, or, if you're really lucky, a shark's tooth. This fun beach activity is the ultimate treasure hunt in the Myrtle Beach area.
The Atlantic Ocean takes a lot of the credit, but the beauty of the Waccamaw River cannot be overstated. This slow-moving blackwater river is best explored on a scenic tour that begins in historic downtown Conway.