Parks & Attractions
Myrtle Waves Water Park, South Carolina’s largest water park, presents 20 acres of swerves, curves, waves and chutes and more than one million gallons of water. One price covers all 32 rides and attractions for a full day of cool fun.
A boat ride a broadway at the beach, take a wild ride on the lake.
Visit Myrtle Beach’s most popular Amusement Park with over 30 fun-filled rides to choose from! An all-wooden roller coaster, South Carolina’s largest Ferris wheel, log flume, two go-kart tracks, bumper cars and more.
Enjoy Myrtle Beach’s only oceanfront water park complete with three wet and wild water flumes – one with a 185 foot drop – plus two exhilarating speed slides, two intermediate speed slides, and a spacious 400-square-foot Lazy River with waterfalls. Children can enjoy splash pools with two refreshing rain trees, a uniquely designed waterfall and eight kiddie slides.
Sixteen acres of fun filled with over 33 exciting rides including flumes, a wavepool, waterfalls, kids water playground, miniature golf, and multiple race tracks for all ages.
Trampoline park for the whole family.
Enjoy the park’s freshwater lagoons, salt marshes, maritime forests and beaches in their natural coastal environment. Huntington Beach is also the site of the historic “Atalaya” castle, the former winter home and studio of noted American sculptress, Anna Hyatt Huntington, and her husband, Archer Milton Huntington.
The spirits of the pirates and buccaneers that once sailed the coast of the Carolinas have come to life in Myrtle Beach’s newest show in many years. Ye landlubbers will experience the swashbuckling excitement of two pirate crews as they battle for the lost treasure. Beware matey! Pirates Voyage just might take ye breath away as the Crimson and Sapphire pirates battle each other on deck, in the water and in the sky above their full-sized pirate ships in a 15-foot deep indoor hideaway lagoon to the cheers and delight of ye fans.
The Art Museum showcases contemporary works of art, and is home to two unique, regionally significant collections: The Waccamaw Arts and Crafts Guild (WACG) Collection and the Bishop Collection of Antique Maps and Prints.
A complete family speed park filled with 7 Exciting tracks, 2 NASCAR Themed Miniature Golf Courses, Kiddie Rides, Indoor Rock Climbing Wall & Kids Play Area, Speed Bumper Boats, a state of the art SpeedDome Arcade, NASCAR Merchandise and Apparel, and a Snack Bar.
WonderWorks is an upside down building, Myrtle Beach’s number one amusement park for the mind with over 100 hands on exhibits and a 6D motion ride.
Feeling adventurous? Take a trip to Georgetown and take a boat tour to a barrier island, have a picnic and collect sea shells, you may even see some dolphins and can go bird watching.
Radical ropes is a five acre aerial adventure park in Myrtle Beach with extreme zip lines that offers adrenaline-pumping action.
Enjoy the beach as well as hiking, fishing, picnicking, and camping.
Guide yourself through beautiful natural swamps and marshes where you’ll encounter an amazing array of reptiles, lizards, turtles, giant frogs, and exotic birds from around the world. Be sure to visit the new river otters exhibit. Alligator Adventure is Naturally Wild, Naturally Educational and Naturally Fun.
Come “Touch, Explore, and Play” while learning about your world through the interactive exhibits and programs. It’s a learning “Fun-for-All!”
One of the country’s leading cultural and educational institutions and a National Historic Landmark. Exploring Brookgreen Gardens is an all-day affair with its sculpture garden, wildlife preserve, and daily programs and exhibits.
The Myrtle Beach Pavilion has been relocated to the new Pavilion Nostalgia Park at Broadway at the Beach. The Pavilion Nostalgia Park offers a collection of classic rides from the Pavilion Amusement Park, like the famous Herschell-Spillman Carousel, Wave Rider, adult and kiddie Pirate Rides. The historic German Baden Band Organ plays here, too!
If you have an interest in the strange, the unusual, the interesting, the odd, and the just plain weird, you’ve certainly come to the right place! Enjoy a self-guided tour through unique oddities, rare film footage, and bizarre artifacts.
Waccatee Zoological Farm is located within 500 acres of private, carefully preserved, wooded property. Along winding trails, beneath shady trees, you’ll find over 100 species of animals, all treated like family.
South Carolina’s most visited attraction, Ripley’s Aquarium is a $40 million, state-of-the-art, 87,000-square-foot aquarium experience. Watch and learn about aquatic creatures from all over the world. Surround yourself with menacing 10-foot sharks as they travel through Dangerous Reef, a 750,000-gallon tank, on the world’s longest (330-foot) moving glide path.
Face your fears in this self-guided nightmare through 3 stories of a haunted house, with live “actors” and multi-million dollar special effects.