Legends on the Beach
For a show with the best performers of yesterday and today – visit Myrtle Beach’s Legends in Concert. The all new state-of-the-art theater is located conveniently in the heart of Myrtle Beach at Broadway at The Beach – and you can see a live tribute to anyone from Tina Turner, to Justin Timberlake to Elvis Presley!
Each season features a new lineup of tributes the greatest musical legends; all backed by a live band and dancers. This 100% live production also features the ultimate audio, lighting and visual experience. These shows are also knows for their fabulous costumes, and special effects.
Each unique performer not only looks and sounds like the star they portray, they transform themselves through hours of practice. This is accomplished by using their own natural voices and every detail is taken into consideration from choreography, to hair, make-up and mannerisms. With so many talented live tribute artists, Legends In Concert is the original and largest live celebrity tribute show in the world.
With a show that started in Las Vegas as a limited six week engagement, Legends In Concert has grown to entertain people around the world, and has been keeping seats filled in Myrtle Beach for 18 years.
Visit the website for scheduling and ticket information, and for an overview of all of the closer look at all of the tribute performers.
Get it All at The Giant Crab
The only place to find a larger and fresher seafood spread than the Giant Crab Seafood Restaurant is the Atlantic Ocean, but that requires too much catching and cooking.
Instead, leave the work to the pros while you relax and feast at the Giant Crab all-you-can-eat buffet in Myrtle Beach. Located in the heart of Restaurant Row, the Giant Crab stands out for more than just great seafood. Maybe it's the large waterfall, lighthouse and lazy river around the building, or the enormous crab that sits atop it.
Once inside, the senses are overwhelmed by the bountiful buffet and its fisherman's-wharf setting. The aroma of fresh seafood and Southern cooking let patrons know they have arrived someplace special, but the sight of the 170-item buffet, including a steam bar, carving station and dessert table, tells your taste buds its time to feast.
Pile your plate high with peel-and-eat shrimp, steamed oysters, clams, muscles and, of course, crab legs. Help yourself to the Giant Crab's unique recipes you won't find on most buffets, like the Crab Imperial and Seafood Strudel. Indulge in the Crab-Stuffed Mushrooms and Oysters Rockerfeller, and you're just getting started.
For those who prefer "land-food" as much as seafood, the Giant Crab has you covered. The carving station offers prime rib, roast beef and Virginia ham, perfect for a make-your-own surf and turf combo. Barbecue ribs, Feta Chicken and all the trimmings, including hot homestyle vegetables and a salad bar, are also on the buffet.
Children will love the Kids Corner, a special section featuring all the food the little ones love most - hamburgers, hot dogs, pizza, chicken fingers, french fries and more. And the adults can slip off to the Pirate's Island Tavern to sip on some suds or mixed drinks and mingle with others who are enjoying their Myrtle Beach experience.
The Giant Crab is located at 9597 North Kings Highway in the Restaurant Row section of Myrtle Beach. For more information, call 843-449-1097 or visit the website atwww.giantcrab.com.
Under the Sea at Ripley’s Aquarium
The ocean is brought to life at Ripley’s Aquarium located in Broadway at the Beach. For a day filled with family fun check out the 85,000 square foot attraction, which is filled with marine life.
With a handful of different displays, Ripley’s aims to entertain and delight guests while fostering environmental education.
Visit the Living Gallery to view a collection of undersea life like the Pacific Giant Octopus, sea anemones, living corals and jelly fish. Or check out the Rainbow Rock display, which shows off the bright colors of the rainbow that are found underwater in the Indo-Pacific coral reef.
If you’re interested in the behind the scenes action – stop at the Systems Control display which lets you take a look at the system that runs the aquarium and keeps all of the animals alive.
In the wild, stingrays spend most of their lives buried in the sand out of the view of predators and divers, but at the aquarium they relish the spotlight at Ray Bay, and will even eat out of the hands of our divers. Feeling daring? Take the opportunity to get up close and personal with one of these beautiful animals and touch a stingray as it soars by in Friendship Flats. If that wasn’t enough – you can stop into the Sea-For-Yourself Discovery Center and experience the thrill of holding a horseshoe crab!
But you don’t want to touch all of the animals on display! Follow a moving 340-foot long glide-path known as the Dangerous Reef. As you wind your way through the acrylic tunnel you’ll come face to face with snappers, tarpons, grunts, squirrelfish, a green sea turtle, giant stingrays, sawfish and even SHARKS!
The Ripley’s Aquarium is open 365 days a year – so stop by the website to plan your visit or purchase tickets online.