A popular east coast destination – Myrtle Beach has attracted visitors for decades!

Located in the Grand Strand of South Carolina, Myrtle Beach draws as many as 14 million people each year. This figure is astounding considering the city itself is home to less than 30 thousand people. Attractions abound for students including shopping along the Boardwalk and Ripley’s Aquarium. No matter the desire, there’s something for everyone at Myrtle Beach.  

Below are just a few of this area's top attractions.
 
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Ripley's Aquarium

Listed as South Carolina’s most visited attraction, Ripley’s offers live mermaid shows, an impressive diversity of aquatic displays, from the Amazon to coral reefs, as well as a Discovery Center for hands-on learning.

 Ripley's Aquarium

Ripley's Aquarium

Captain Dick's Ecotour

Ecotours bring visitors up close and personal with nature. Sign up for tours of the salt marsh, ocean sightseeing, dolphin watching, island shelling and more.

Alligator Adventure

From large snakes to lemurs to tigers, Alligator Adventure offers impressive exhibits. As the name suggests, though, alligators take center stage, with over 300 alligators in the main exhibit. Guests can listen to an informative lecture on this great reptile, as well as watch a live alligator feeding. 

 Medieval Times

Medieval Times

Dinner at Medieval Times

Medieval Times brings guests to 11th century Spain for a night of dinner and jousting. Guests eat dinner inside a replica castle while watching medieval theatrics unfold in the ring.

Lunchat Hard Rock Café

Hard Rock Café offers great food in a laid back, rock and roll atmosphere. No visit to Myrtle Beach is complete without lunch at this iconic stop.