Myrtle Beach Area Convention & Visitors Bureau

1200 N Oak ST

Myrtle Beach, SC 29577

Phone: (843) 916-7243

City: Myrtle Beach

Region: Coastal & Islands

Myrtle Beach Area Convention & Visitors Bureau

Discover the Myrtle Beach Area Come and experience the 60 miles of pristine, sandy beaches across 12 distinct and unique communities here in the Myrtle Beach area. This beach paradise, which is affectionately referred to locally as the Grand Strand and attracts over 17 million visitors annually, provides visitors with everything for an ideal getaway. It's no wonder the Myrtle Beach area has been named "World's Best Beach" by Yahoo! Travel and "Favorite Beach Town" by Southern Living. Enjoy a Dose of Southern Hospitality, Myrtle Beach Style! FAMILY FUN There are endless opportunities for families to play along the Grand Strand. Encounter sharks at Ripley's Aquarium. Or, head almost 200 feet up in the sky on the Myrtle Beach SkyWheel. There are whimsical sights to be found at the WonderWorks Science Center. Racing fans can get behind the wheel at the NASCAR Racing Experience. Over at Wild Water and Wheels Theme Park, their exciting rides will bring out the kid in everyone. Broadway at the Beach embraces the Jurassic period by offering Dinosaurs The Exhibition. ARTS AND CULTURE The Myrtle Beach area is bustling with culture and personality. Enjoy the wonders of Brookgreen Gardens, learn the history of Atalaya Castle, discover our past at the Horry County Museum, learn the art of weaving a rope hammock at The Original Pawleys Island Rope Hammock Shop, discover local and regional works of art at the Franklin G. Burroughs – Simeon B. Chapin Art Museum or take a leisurely stroll beside the majestic Waccamaw River on the Conway Riverwalk. LIVE ENTERTAINMENT The Grand Strand boasts a variety of award-winning music, dance, comedy, dinner shows and celebrity concerts. Enjoy a night at The Alabama Theatre, The Carolina Opry, The Palace Theatre, House of Blues, Pirates Voyage, Legends in Concert or Medieval Times. FOOD/CULINARY The Myrtle Beach area is historically known for its fresh local seafood and Lowcountry ingredients like Carolina rice, stone-

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