If you’re looking to paint the town during your vacation you’ll be met with many fantastic things to do in Myrtle Beach at Night. We’ve put together our top 12 favorite attractions and activities to do when the sun goes down on the Grand Strand.
1) Sunset Cruise
Watching the sun go down off the coast is one of the most gorgeous sights to see. Express Watersports offers a 1-hour sunset cruise Tuesdays through Sunday at $35 per person. Once aboard the vessel, you’ll cruise Murrells Inlet, take in the beautiful inlet views all while you dine on complimentary cheese, wine, and rum punch! Be sure to make a reservation before your ride.
2) Murrells Inlet Marshwalk
If you’re looking to party like the locals do head to the south end to the MarshWalk. On the MarshWalk you can sit deckside at any of the restaurants all located right on the salt marsh! Listen to live music and dance or sit back in an Adirondack chair and sip your cocktail. If you feel like bar hopping –no worries! You can take your drink with you to the next outdoor venue while on the MarshWalk boardwalk.
3) Myrtle Beach Boardwalk & Pavilion
The whole family can enjoy Hot Summer Nights presented by Plyler Park and the Myrtle Beach Boardwalk. Every night in the summer there’s something fun for everyone here. Kids can participate in carnival style games, caricature drawings, balloon artistry and more. There is also live music each night from 8 pm to 11 pm!
The SkyWheel has the best view of the entire Grand Strand but, have you ever seen it at night when it’s all lit up? Climb aboard the temperature controlled gondolas with the kids or your sweetheart for a magical ride above the coast! The SkyWheel is open from 11 am to 12 am and flights start at $14 per adult and $9 for children.
Myrtle Beach fireworks are the best and you can be just about anywhere along the Grand Strand and see fireworks in the summer evenings. Here are a few places to catch the sky-lit show here in Myrtle Beach: Broadway at the Beach Fireworks, Tuesdays and Thursdays at 10 pm, Myrtle Beach Pelicans Fireworks, after select games, Second Avenue Pier, Wednesdays at 10 pm, and Barefoot Landing Fireworks, Mondays at 10 pm.
6) Dave & Busters
Grab a beer and play some games at Broadway on the Beach’s Dave & Busters. This spot is guaranteed fun for the whole family, including the adults! Head over before the sun goes down for half price cocktails and $5 bar bites. Bring the whole crew on Wednesdays for half off all games from open until close. Dave & Busters is open daily from 10 am to 12 am Sunday through Wednesday and from 10 am to 2 am on Friday and Saturday.
New and one of the most exciting attractions to Myrtle Beach is TopGolf! Enjoy an evening of food, drinks, and endless fun when you come to TopGolf –the course is lit up with fun colored lights in the evenings! Up to 6 people can rent a bay by the hour and choose from the multiple games offered. TopGolf is open daily from 9 am to 12 am Sunday through Thursday and from 9 am to 2 am Friday and Saturday.
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8) Celebrations Nite Life
For those that like to dance the night away, head over to Celebrations Nite Life at Broadway at the Beach where you get access to two clubs: Malibu’s Surf Bar and Oz. Both clubs have different DJs and typically host events all through the summer. Adults 21 and up get in free before 10:30 pm, after 10:30 pm there is a cover charge based on the day of the week. For more details on covers and events check out their website.
9) Tin Roof
If you’re looking for a fun beach bar, Tin Roof is the place to go! New to Myrtle Beach, Tin Roof offers a laid back and fun atmosphere right over the beach. You can sit at the bar, lounge on the patio, or dance on the rooftop! Tin Roof also has some of the best live music and bar food in town! Check out their calendar for upcoming shows and performers.
10) Family Kingdom
Another great evening attraction for the whole family is Family Kingdom Amusement Park. Open daily from 4 pm to 12 am you and your family can enjoy all the thrill rides, coasters, games, and cotton candy they have! Purchase an unlimited ride wristband for $28.95 or buy tickets individually at $1.15 per ticket. Most rides require 3-5 tickets to ride.
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11) Crocodile Rocks
A vacation favorite in Myrtle Beach is at Crocodile Rocks Dueling Piano Bar located at Broadway on the Beach. This is the place where two pianist go head to head playing pop hits, classic rock, and other top 40 favorites! The crowd gets to interact, choose the song, and sing along as you enjoy handcrafted drinks from the bar.
12) Big “M” Casino Cruise
Cruise, drink, and gamble on the Big “M”! Evening cruises are offered daily from 6:30 pm to 10:30 pm and start at $25 per person. Enjoy slots, table games, and more while aboard! The Big “M” cruises also offer a dinner buffet for $18 per person from 5:30 pm to 8:30 pm. Be sure to make a reservation before your cruise!
Looking for day time fun? Rent a jet ski, parasail, or check other watersports available nearby.