7 Best Things to Do in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina

Begin with Breakfast

If you want a sweet start, visit Johnny D's. You'll enjoy the signature Belgian waffles with over 10 innovative flavors like cinnaroll, red velvet, bacon, and banana split after one mouthful. 

Take a Walk

Walk leisurely through Brookgreen Botanical Gardens. South Carolina's top coastal attraction contains 9,127 acres of native and cultivated flowers, trees, reflecting ponds, and fountains.

Shake It Up at Lunch

Do not be surprised if you are invited to line dance or dance off at center stage! FYI: Table dancing is optional but encouraged.

Explore Broadway at the Beach

Walk Broadway at the Beach to maintain momentum. The largest entertainment complex in South Carolina, it's located in the center of Myrtle Beach on 350 acres and offers family fun, shopping, nostalgia rides at Pavilion Park.

Go to the Opry

This is the spot to hear great Hank Williams, Leon Russell, Dave Matthews Band, and Stevie Wonder covers. Additionally, all-star presentations feature humorous banter.

Escape to Murrells Inlet

Central Myrtle Beach is a short drive from Murrells Inlet, a busy fishing hamlet. Worth the drive and a nature lover's paradise. Huntington Beach State Park offers kayaking.

Promenade to the Boardwalk

If you want to do lots of things and lounge on the beach, the boardwalk is ideal. Browse the region and play, eat, and shop. SkyWheel, LandShark Bar & Grill, RipTydz Oceanfront Grille & Rooftop Bar.