Myrtle Beach, the busy hub of fun-in-the-sun in the middle of the Grand Strand's 60 miles of gorgeous wide beaches, offers a dazzling varierty of entertainment, nature, history and dining for people of all ages. Of course, heading down to the beach is where you will want to go. Once there, spend the day building sand castles, boogie boarding and hunting for shark's teeth. The oceanfront Myrtle Beach Boardwalk runs by restaurants, bars, a fishing pier, an arcade and the famous 187-foot tall SkyWheel. Exciting area entertainment include the Carolina Opry, Dolly Parton's Pirates Voyage, House of Blues, the Alabama Theatre, Legends in Concert and Medieval Times - along with exciting festivals and events almost every weekend. Art lovers can stroll by more than 1,400 figurative sculputures by some 350 artists in the landscaped grounds of nearby Brookgreen Gardens. Visit the area's art and history museums or even take a boat cruise to learn about the history and culture from when coastal plantations grew rice and indigo. If you are a sports fan, Myrtle Beach is the place for you! World class golf is plentiful along the Grand Strand with courses designed by names like Palmer, Nicklaus, Dye, Love, Norman, Jones, and Fazio. If golf isn't your game, try parasailing, tennis or take in a minor league baseball game. And after you work up an appetite, choose from any of the 2,000 plus restaurants serving up the best in local seafood, barbecue, pizza, burgers, sushi and, of course, our famous seafood buffets!