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Myrtle Beach Attractions Open Year Round
Dec31

Just because you are enjoying a holiday beach vacation or an extended snowbird stay doesn’t mean you have to miss out on all of the fun and excitement that Myrtle Beach has to offer. Sea Crest Resort is conveniently located in the heart of Myrtle Beach, making it easy to find nearby events and attractions – even in the offseason!

Check out these top-rated Myrtle Beach attractions that stay open all year long!

 

Ripley’s Aquarium | (843) 916-0888

Two kids in front of tank at Ripleys Aquarium, a Myrtle Beach attraction open year round.

 

Explore the world under the sea and make a few new nautical friends at Ripley’s Aquarium. This 

Broadway at the Beach attraction is a favorite among guests of all ages and offers something for everyone. With two levels of exhibits, there’s plenty to keep you busy for an afternoon. Popular exhibits include Rio Amazon, Rainbow Rock, Friendship Flats, and the famous Dangerous Reef glide-path that allows guests to get up close and personal with sharks. The newest exhibit at Ripley’s is the Penguin Encounter. There is even a Live Penguin Cam you can watch from home anytime. Other draws include the on-site café, interactive discovery center, and gift shop. Ripley’s offers a variety of ticket options including Day Passes and VIrtual Tour Tickets. See their website for more information and pricing details. 

 

Hollywood Wax Museum | (843) 444-0091

Located right across from the popular Broadway at the Beach, this recent addition to the Myrtle Beach attraction lineup is hard to miss! The Hollywood Wax Museum Entertainment Center is actually home to three unique attractions. The largest and most well known, as one might guess, is the Hollywood Wax Museum. Guests can pose with popular famous figures like Jonny Depp, Brad Pitt, Michael Jackson, and Marilyn Monroe – to name a few. The other two attractions include Hannah’s House of Mirrors and Breakout – Dread the Undead. All attractions can be enjoyed with the All-Access Pass, $36.99 for adults and $19.99 for children 4-11, or toured individually. Tickets may be purchased online in advance.

 

EdVenture Myrtle Beach | (843) 839-0475

Explore, play, and learn with a variety of interactive exhibits built for young minds at EdVenture Children’s Museum. Interactive exhibits include an interactive space ship climbing structure, two model aircraft with real plane propellers, a flight simulator, and much more! There is also a designated area with hands-on interactives for kids 3 years old and under. The facility hosts birthday parties and field trips. Admission is $8 for children and adults. Children under 2 are free. EdVenture is located in The Market Common on Howard Ave. Find a full list of exhibits and party rental details on their website

 

Legends in Concert | (843) 238-7827

See your idols live at Legends in Concert! This exciting live entertainment venue is home to the nation’s most talented tribute artists. Authentic costumes, colorful props, and expert choreography are just a few things that guests can look forward to. Popular past performers include Michael Jackson, Dolly Parton, The Blues Brothers, Rod Stewart, and the king himself – Elvis. Shows are offered throughout the year and change seasonally to be sure there is always someone new to enjoy. For current show details, visit Legends in Concert online

 

Brookgreen Gardens | (843) 235-6000Beautiful live oaks at Brookgreen Gardens, one of the Myrtle Beach attractions open year round.

With more than 9,000 acres of botanical gardens speckled with an impressive lineup of handmade sculptures, it’s not hard to see why Brookgreen Gardens remains a popular destination throughout the year. Notable exhibits include Live Oak Allee, Fountain of the Muses Garden, the Dorothy P. Peace Garden Room for Children, and the Labyrinth. Additionally, Brookgreen features a Lowcountry Zoo, an on-site café, creek excursion boat rides, and regular events throughout the year like Brew in the Zoo and Night of a Thousand Candles. Brookgreen takes pride in showcasing local artisans throughout the year. Check their website for full details of current exhibits being shown. 

 

WonderWorks | (843) 626-9962

Experience more than 100 interactive exhibits that will spark the minds of guests young and old at WonderWorks Museum. Located at Broadway at the Beach, WonderWorks features six different “wonder zones” full of unique, hands-on exhibits. Popular attractions include the Hurricane Shack, Trivia Wall, Mission to Mars, Wonder Coaster, and Wonder Brite. Additionally, WonderWorks offers an indoor ropes course, outdoor obstacle course, 6D moving theatre, laser tag arena, and zip line over Lake Broadway. Tickets are $27.99 for adults (13-59), $21.99 for children (5-12) and seniors (60+), and free for children 4 and under. After Dark entry is $10 for all ages, Monday through Friday after 3pm only with tickets purchased online

 

Rockin’ Jump | (843) 242-3264

Jump, dunk, and challenge yourself to a slew of interactive attractions at Rockin’ Jump, Myrtle Beach’s ultimate indoor trampoline park! Rockin’ Jump features eight entertaining attractions: the Ninja Challenge Course, Dodgeball Arena, Slam Dunk Zone, Warped Wall, Wipe Out, Aerial Silks, Fidget Ladder, and Open Jump Area. Rockin’ Jump is fun for all ages, no matter what the weather outside. Rockin’ Jump also features a handful of events throughout the year, an on-site cafe, and hosts group events like birthday parties. Pricing is determined by the length of time you’d like to jump, but check the website for specials and deals currently available. 

 

Myrtle Beach Boardwalk

Located from 1st Ave N to 15th Ave N alone Ocean Blvd., the Myrtle Beach Boardwalk offers plenty of year-round entertainment to please guests of all ages. The Myrtle Beach Skywheel, Sling Shot Thrill Ride, Zip Line Adventures, and Ripley’s Moving Theater are just a few attractions that you will find, plus a slew of arcades and local shops. The Boardwalk also offers tons of decadent dining options, both casual and upscale, to keep you fueled and ready to explore. The Carolina Country Music Fest is hosted annually each summer on the Boardwalk. Just head to the Myrtle Beach Boardwalk to see what all the fun is about!

 

Broadway Grand Prix | (843) 839-4080Family and friends driving go carts at Broadway Grand Prix, one of the Myrtle Beach attractions open year round

Another great attraction open year-round is the fast-moving Broadway Grand Prix. This family race park is home to seven different go-cart tracks, an arcade, mini-golf course, kiddie amusement rides, and a snack bar. Each track is segmented by skill level from the expert Grand Prix Pro track all the way to the family track, where racers (40” and up) can ride alone or in doubles. Pricing for All-You-Can-Ride wristbands is determined by height: Toddler Band (36”-39”) is $12.99, Rookie Band (40”-47”) is $29.99, and Pro Band (48”&Up) is $39.99. Visit the website for discounted wristband prices and weekly pass information. 

 

Mini Golf 

It’s no secret that golf is one of the biggest draws to the Myrtle Beach area. Get the whole family involved by playing some of the year-round mini-golf courses along the Grand Strand. Here are some mini-golf courses open year-round with their distances from Sea Crest Resort:

 

Jungle Lagoon Miniature Golf – 0.5 mile 

Pirates Watch Adventure Golf – 1 mile

Cancun Lagoon Adventure Golf – 1.2 miles   

Mt. Atlanticus Minotaur Golf – 1.4 miles  

Jurassic Mini Golf – 2.5 miles 

Captain Hooks Adventure Golf – 2.8 miles

Mutiny Bay Miniature Golf – 16.8 miles

Molten Mountain Miniature Golf – 17.9 miles

 

Barefoot Landing | (843) 272-8349

Barefoot Landing is an enormous shopping center located in North Myrtle Beach (13 miles from Sea Crest Resort). It has over 100 stores and dining options to choose from, plus exciting events throughout the year. If bad weather happens during your vacation, then Barefoot Landing is a perfect place for the family to spend quality time together.  Barefoot Landing is open from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. daily. 

 

Be sure to check our full Myrtle Beach Attractions page for more information on area things to do. And if you are ready to book your next off-season vacation at Sea Crest Resort, we have plenty of specials running to help make this the best vacation ever!

 

 

Things to do in myrtle beach in the winter, couple snuggling on the beach
Dec09

November through February is considered the “off-season” for Myrtle Beach. But just because the temperatures have cooled down, doesn’t mean there aren’t plenty of fun and adventurous things to do in Myrtle Beach in the Winter months. 

Myrtle Beach’s average temperature in the winter is around 55°F so it’s cool but not bone-chillingly cold like most northern states. It may not be warm enough to swim, but there are loads of activities, indoor and outdoor, to keep you busy during your stay at Sea Crest Oceanfront Resort this winter. We’ve put together a list of area attractions, events, and activities to make the search a bit easier. 

Stroll on the Beach or the MB Boardwalk

While the water may be a bit too chilly to take a dip in the ocean, the beach is still beautiful and can make for a peaceful walk with your significant other, family, or furry friend.

There are over 80 businesses along the Myrtle Beach Boardwalk including restaurants, beachwear stores, gift shops, and more. And while not all of the shops or attractions may be open, the Myrtle Beach Boardwalk is open all year round and is a great spot to grab a hot cocoa or coffee and take a stroll.

 

Holiday Shows, Lights & More

If you are planning to be in Myrtle Beach before the holiday season ends, be sure to check out all of the local Myrtle Beach businesses sharing their holiday cheer. 

Christmas Lights in Myrtle Beach can be seen from one end of the Grand Strand to the other. But holiday activities don’t end there! Christmas shows, special meals with Santa, and more are all available when celebrating Christmas in Myrtle Beach

 

Shopping

Whether before or after Christmas, shopping in Myrtle Beach and along the Grand Strand is abundant. There are numerous specialty shops, major chains, and local boutiques where shoppers will find just the right piece they have been looking for. 

If you are doing some holiday shopping this season, the discounts and sales are great! Here is a list of shopping plazas in the area. 

  • Tanger Outlets: Hwy 501 in Carolina Forest and Hwy 17 Bus. in Myrtle Beach
  • The Market Common: Farrow Parkway in Myrtle Beach
  • The Hammock Shops Village: Ocean Hwy in Pawleys Island
  • Coastal Grand Mall: Hwy 17 Byp in Myrtle Beach
  • Barefoot Landing: Hwy 17 S in North Myrtle Beach
  • Broadway at the Beach: Hwy 17 Byp in Myrtle Beach 
  • Myrtle Beach Mall: Hwy 17 Bus. in Myrtle Beach 
  • Arcadian Shores Commons: Kings Road in Myrtle Beach (across from Tanger Outlets)
  • Coastal North Town Center: Hwy 17 N in North Myrtle Beach

 

Day Trips

If you find yourself wanting to see more of the South, consider taking a quick day trip to one of our nearby neighbors. Within two hours of Myrtle Beach, there are quite a few great cities to explore and each has its own unique activities to enjoy. 

Take a stroll down the Conway RiverWalk. Explore the history and culture of Downtown Charleston. Join a tour of the iconic Battleship NC in Wilmington. Visit a historical plantation in Georgetown. Or bask in the winter sun on the picturesque beaches of Pawleys Island. 

No matter which city you might choose, you can travel to each area without having to worry about finding a new place to stay. 

 

>Related: Explore the South Side of the Grand Strand 

 

Shows

Myrtle Beach is home to some of the best shows and top performers in the South. Many will travel far and wide to come to the Alabama Theatre, The Carolina Opry, and more! What’s even better, during the winter months most of our theatres offer a holiday show, like the renowned Christmas Show of the South, put on by the talented performers of The Carolina Opry. 

Here is a list of the theatres, shows, and local performances along the Grand Strand. 

  • Pirates Voyage Dinner & Show
  • Medieval Times
  • Legends in Concert
  • Theatre of the Republic
  • GTS Theatre
  • Long Bay Symphony

 

Activities, Attractions & More 

There are so many fun and exciting things to do in Myrtle Beach in the winter, we almost don’t have to mention them all. But for families, we want to be sure your trip to Myrtle Beach is one that you and your kids won’t forget. Here are a few more area attractions that are open during the winter months. 

 

If you are a fan of art, history, and the like, be sure to plan a visit to these local museums and art galleries. 

  • Myrtle Beach Art Museum
  • North Myrtle Beach Historical Museum 
  • Wheels of Yesteryear
  • Historic Myrtle Beach Colored School Museum & Education Center
  • Atalaya Castle in Huntington Beach State Park

 

>Related: Myrtle Beach Attractions Open Year Round

 

We hope that this list of things to do in Myrtle Beach in the winter has inspired you. With fewer crowds and milder temperatures, Myrtle Beach can still be exciting during the colder months. Sea Crest Oceanfront Resort can’t wait to make your next winter vacation the best one yet!

Check out all of the specials we are currently offering to be sure you get the best deal!

Myrtle Beach Brunch Spread
Oct14

There is nothing more relaxing than sleeping in a little later than usual and enjoying a hearty meal while enjoying endless ocean vistas. But what do you eat – breakfast? Lunch? How about both?

Brunch is the perfect compromise when you can’t exactly decide what you are craving and is essential to any great beach vacation.

Wondering where you can find the best Brunch in Myrtle Beach? Here’s your guide to the best brunch spots in Myrtle Beach – check one out during your next Myrtle Beach Vacation: 

Pancakes For Brunch

Croissants Bistro & Bakery

3751 Robert M Grissom Pkwy | (843) 448-2253

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Croissants Bistro offers a touch of sophistication and class to the traditional brunch fare. This Lowcountry bistro offers a distinctive French flair to their cuisine, making it unlike anything else in the area. Enjoy something classic like the buttermilk pancakes, biscuits and gravy, or the quiche du jour or indulge in something different like the croquet monsieur, crab cake benedict, mardi gras omelet, or one of their many stuffed crepe offering. Brunch is served Saturday from 8 am – 4 pm and Sunday from 10 am – 2 pm.

Gospel Brunch at House of Blues

4640 Hwy 17 S | (843) 272-3000

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The Myrtle Beach House of Blues offers more than the area’s best music; their gospel brunch has become an area staple. Each week, the House of Blues hosts a lively gospel brunch that keeps guests coming back time and time again. The brunch is served buffet style and features every brunch staple imaginable – pastries and breads, eggs, biscuits and gravy, sausage, bacon, creole jambalaya, and so much more. You won’t want to miss out on their famous chicken and waffles! Enjoy your meal while you listen to the sultry soulful tunes of live gospel music. Brunch is served on Sundays from 9 am – 2 pm; Adults are $37 and children are $18.50.

Chestnut Hill

9922 N Kings Hwy | (843) 449-3984

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Consistently voted “best brunch at the beach”, Chestnut Hill has mastered their craft. Their brunch has been an area favorite for over 20 years and will remain so for many years to come. The extensive buffet-style brunch offers a wide array of hot and cold items. Enjoy fresh local shrimp, a variety of pasta and fresh-cut salads, bread and pastries, and even fresh smoked oysters. Then, dig into their southern fried chicken, seafood creole, grilled pork chops, grilled quail, and more. Chestnut Hill is a great place for families and serves brunch from 10 am – 1:30 pm every Sunday; Adults are $24.95 and children are $11.95. 

Seafood Eggs Benedict at a Myrtle Beach BrunchGulf Stream Café

1526 S Waccamaw Dr | (843) 651-8808

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Located on the south end of the Grand Strand at Garden City Beach, Gulf Stream Café boasts the best views in the area. Their unique location on the Garden City peninsula offers guests views of the scenic Murrells Inlet marsh and endless Atlantic vistas. Brunch here is served buffet style and they offer a variety of upscale items, like their make your own omelet station. In addition, your choice of eggs, French toast, grilled chicken, hash browns, biscuits, and fresh veggies. You can also create your own signature drink at their make-your-own Bloody Mary bar. Call (843) 651-8808 for reservations. 

Johnny D’s Waffles

2201 N Kings Hwy | (843) 448-6789

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A newcomer to the Myrtle Beach area, Johnny D’s has quickly made a name for itself. Located right along Kings Highway in the old Nibils building, this gem has quickly become a favorite among visitors and locals alike. The fast, friendly service and an expansive menu filled with homemade delights keep guests coming back time and time again. Visitors can enjoy everything from signature omelets, french toast, pancakes, and waffles (of course!) to sandwiches, burgers, savory skillets, and much more. There is truly something for everyone at Johnny D’s! Stop in on weekends to take advantage of $3.50 mimosas (regularly $5). Call (843) 448-6787 for more info. 

Sea Captain’s House

3002 N Ocean Blvd | (843) 448-8082

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Sea Captain’s has a mouth-watering breakfast menu with creative takes on classic breakfast favorites (it’s also one of our top dining picks near Sea Crest Resort!) Sink your teeth into the Crab Cakes Benedict, two fat crab cakes served on a fried green tomato with poached eggs and creamy hollandaise sauce! Sea Captain’s also offers a breakfast buffet so you can get your fill on all the best brunch bites. It gets busy at Sea Captian’s, be sure to call for a reservation.

Tupelo Honey

3042 Howard Ave | (843) 315-3780

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You can brunch all day long at Tupelo Honey in the Market Common. Try favorites like their Shoo Mercy Omelet, with fried green tomatoes, pickled jalapenos, pimento cheese, and smoked ham, or something sweeter like their Pecan Pie pancakes. And brunch just isn’t complete unless you’re sipping on a mimosa or Bloody Mary! Enjoy the Queen Mary Bloody Mary served with a strip of bacon, pickled green bean and jalapeno, and a delicious shrimp! 

Omelette with Toast and Potato Hash

Blueberry’s Grill

7931 N Kings Hwy | (843) 945-4588

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New to the Myrtle Beach area is Blueberry’s Grill, and they are coming in HOT with their overloaded breakfast and brunch menu! Open daily from 6 am – 3 pm you can enjoy south classics like Chicken & Waffles and the Southeast Dixie (a pork chop served with two eggs). Shake it up and try something new like one of their French Beignets or the Lowcountry omelet.

The Famous Toastery

2005 Oakheart Rd | (843) 796-4433

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If you’re looking for a menu with everything but the kitchen sink, you’ll find it at the Famous Toastery! This place boasts a hefty brunch menu with options like Stuffed French Toast, the Avacado Omelet, Huevos Rancheros, and their Famous Hash! They also have a menu dedicated to Brunch Cocktails, yes you read that right! Indulge in a Peach Bellini, a classic Bloody Mary, an Irish Coffee, and more.

Hot Stacks Cafe

9707 N Kings Hwy | (843) 497-7091

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Another newbie to Myrtle Beach, Hot Stacks Cafe has an amazing menu with tons of things to try and share during brunch. Not only can you get a stack of hotcakes, but you can also stack their waffles and French toast too! If you’re looking for something a little more savory, try one of their bowls like the Trash-Hash Bowl filled with hash browns, corned beef hash, scrambled eggs, jalapenos, green peppers, onions, and topped off with sausage gravy –YUM! Open daily from 6:30 am – 1:30 pm.

Mouth-watering French Toast At Myrtle Beach Brunch PlaceWoodhaven Pancake House

2600 S Kings Hwy | (843) 448-2277

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The menu at Woodhaven Pancake House is filled to the brim with sweet and savory brunch items to satisfy any craving. They offer over 40 different style omelets including a Carolina Omelette with ham, bacon, sausage, mushrooms, onions, peppers, and American Cheese –are you drooling yet? Woodhaven Pancake House is open daily from 7 am – 1:00 pm.

Eggs Up Grill

3630 Walton Dr | (843) 839-1810

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Eggs Up Grill has a few locations along the Grand Strand, but the closest to Sea Crest Resort is the Walton Drive location. Over the past 8+ years, Eggs Up Grill has become a staple for locals in Myrtle Beach. A few of our favorite brunch dishes include the Hash Benedict, Sweet Potato Praline Pancakes, and the Mason Dixon combo. Eggs Up Grill is open daily from 6 am – 2 pm, be sure to call ahead or get there early as this is a popular brunch spot!

Dead Dog Saloon

4079 US-17 Bus | (843) 651-0664

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Head south to the inlet for an unexpected, delightful brunch at Dead Dog Saloon! Serving breakfast daily, Dead Dog offers some tasty dishes, with an incredible view of the inlet. Try their Fried Oysters Benedict, a twist on a brunch classic with fresh cornmeal fried oysters served with poached eggs and Hollandaise sauce!

Bisqit

10880 Ocean Hwy | (843) 979-2747

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If you’re looking for a brunch experience that’s a little more intimate but packs a big flavor punch, head down to Bisqit! Bisqit is a tiny little restaurant tucked back in the Hammocks Shops in Pawleys Island. They’re brunch menu includes dishes like bisQits & Gravy, Chicken & bisQits, and Breakfast taQos. Open daily from 10 am – 8 pm (9 pm on Saturday and Sunday).

 

Where is your favorite spot in Myrtle Beach to grab brunch? Let us know! 

 

Free Things To Do in Myrtle Beach - The Boardwalk
Sep14

Planning a Myrtle Beach Vacation on a budget can be tough, especially during the summer months. The accumulation of travel, attractions, and dining can quickly turn a simple beach vacation into a costly endeavor. Luckily, Sea Crest Resort is located close to a variety of attractions that won’t cost you a thing! Check out our list of Free Things To Do in Myrtle Beach and fill your vacation itinerary with family-friendly fun that won’t put a dent in your wallet.

North Myrtle Beach

Barefoot Landing 

This popular North Myrtle Beach attraction is nestled alongside the Intracoastal Waterway and is home to many family-friendly activities and special events.  Barefoot Landing hosts free nightly in-season entertainment and weekly firework shows for visitors to enjoy.

Vereen Memorial Gardens

A hidden jewel in north Myrtle Beach, Vareen Memorial Gardens is the perfect little escape to get some fresh air. Walk, hike, or bike the 3-mile trail and boardwalks as you take-in beautiful scenic views of the Intracoastal Waterway.

McLean Park

McLean Park is a lovely North Myrtle Beach Park with playgrounds, picnic shelters, paved walkways, tennis courts, a meditation garden, and gazebos overlooking the serene two-acre lake. You and your family could easily spend the day here taking in the fresh air, stretching your legs, and enjoying quality time. Located at 93 Oak Drive and open from 6 AM to 9 PM, daily.

Myrtle Beach

The Beach

We can’t forget the beach! Our beautiful beach is the main reason that guests flock to the region year after year. Staying at our oceanfront Myrtle Beach resort ensures that guests don’t have to worry about the hassle of parking and can enjoy the pristine shores of Myrtle Beach free of charge. Or, grab your suit and enjoy one of our on-site pools instead!

Myrtle Beach Boardwalk

Located in the popular downtown section of Myrtle Beach, the Myrtle Beach Boardwalk claims breathtaking panoramic ocean views. Area shops, restaurants and attractions fill the mile-long stretch of fun. 

Put your wallets away – there are plenty of free things to do on the Myrtle Beach Boardwalk!

The boardwalk hosts a variety of free events and festivals throughout the year, featuring live music and family-friendly entertainment. Don’t miss the popular Hot Summer Nights, returning daily during summer nights at Plyler Park (1.5 miles from Sea Crest Resort). 

Grab your quarters and indulge in classic arcade games at Fun Plaza, sure to evoke feelings of nostalgia. 

Don’t miss out on the action-packed Myrtle Beach Boardwalk. 

Warbird Park

Once the home of a U.S. Air Force base and now a memorial, Warbird Park is dedicated to those that have served and serve for the United States Air Force. Kids will love getting to see the life-size A-10, F-100, and other military planes, all while getting to learn how they are used within this military branch. Best part? It’s completely free to visit!

Market Common 

Market Common is a one-of-a-kind shopping and entertainment complex, located on the south end of Myrtle Beach. Visitors flock to this new community for its diverse collection of Myrtle Beach things to do. Free options include a stroll down its cobblestone streets through its village-like neighborhood, a walk around its Grand Lake that features a mile-long fitness trail with workout stations along the way, displays of real aircraft that once flew from Myrtle Beach Air Force Base from 1956-1993, a Wall of Service honoring veterans and more.

Pack up the kids for a visit to Savannah’s Playground, a three million dollar multi-acre park featuring ADA-approved playground equipment they are sure to love!

Stop into 810 Billiards & Bowling for a cheap game of bowling in its state-of-the-art bowling alley, or grab a bite to eat and play one of their free board games.

Market Common also hosts plenty of free festivals and events year-round. From free holiday carriage rides to summer movie nights and more, there’s something for everyone. 

Hunt down deals and window shop with friends in one of the many unique shops Market Common has to offer, or catch dinner and a movie at Grand 14 Cinema – the possibilities are endless.

Myrtle Beach Art Museum

The Franklin G. Burroughs – Simeon B. Chapin Art Museum showcases an assortment of local and regional contemporary art. The rotating exhibits highlight artwork comprised of several genres. The museum is open Tuesday – Saturday, from 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. and Sunday from 1 p.m. – 4 p.m.

South Carolina Hall of Fame

The South Carolina Hall of Fame, located inside the Myrtle Beach Convention Center, is also accessible at no cost. Its goal is to celebrate and showcase achievements in South Carolina State history. Inductees include professional athletes, community leaders, war heroes, and more. The museum is open from 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. every day. 

Take a break from the sun and sand, or escape a rainy day at these Myrtle Beach museums.

Broadway at the Beach 

Broadway at the Beach has become the epicenter of Myrtle Beach attractions and is located just three miles from Sea Crest Resort! Broadway at the Beach boasts a collection of activities and events for all ages. 

Guests can mosey along the expansive promenade exploring the attraction’s villages, making sure to stop and feed to fish along the way!

The entertainment complex hosts a long list of free events and festivals throughout the year, including weekly fireworks shows every Tuesday and Friday in-season. Some others include their annual tree lighting ceremony and Halloween parade.

Broadway at the Beach also comes alive at night. Check our Top 12 Things To Do in Myrtle Beach at Night for more inspiration.

LW Paul Living History Farm

Just a bit west toward the Conway area is the LW Paul Living History Farm, it’s both free and educational for the whole family! They offer guided tours every Saturday at 10 AM that give you a glimpse of what farm life was like from the early 1900s to the 1950s.

South End of Myrtle Beach

Garden City Pier

Fish, drink or dance the night away at the Garden City Pier. This pier offers free access to patrons for leisurely strolls, pier fishing, or just sitting and taking in the view. They have a large arcade at the front of the pier for the kids to enjoy a variety of games and prizes!

Murrells Inlet MarshWalk

This half-mile waterfront boardwalk located in the old fishing village, Murrells Inlet, is home to seven delectable restaurants – all featuring free nightly entertainment in-season. 

The MarshWalk is also home to a variety of free festivals and events throughout the year, including their annual Taste of the MarshWalk, MarshWalk Santa Crawl, Marshi Gras, Luck of the MarshWalk, and more!

Pawleys Island Nature Park

Another hidden jewel on the south end of Myrtle Beach is the Pawleys Island Nature Park. This park is quaint but worth exploring as it sits new the marsh and offers peace, quiet, and still views.

Georgetown Harbor Walk

Take a quick day trip to Georgetown to enjoy the historic district and harbor walk with incredible views. You don’t have to spend a dime to take in the fantastic scenery, but you can spend a little money and enjoy an incredible lunch or dinner at one of the area restaurants. A few of our favorite restaurants include The Old Fish House, Buzz’s Roost, and the River Room Restaurant.

Need more inspiration on inexpensive or free things to do in Myrtle Beach? Check out our Top 8 Summer Events for Sea Crest Resort Guests for some extra insight or ask your reservations specialist for more information about local festivals and events. Book your stay at Sea Crest Resort to enjoy a budget-friendly Myrtle Beach vacation.

Guys enjoying a myrtle beach bachelor party
Aug25

If you’re a groom-to-be and looking for one last fling before your soon-to-be nuptials consider a Myrtle Beach Bachelor Party! The Grand Strand has everything to make your bachelor party a weekend to remember and we’ve put together an easy-to-use guide to celebrating in Myrtle Beach.

Myrtle Beach Hotel View

Best Time To Visit

June through August is the best time to host a Myrtle Beach bachelor party. The weather is sunny and typically in the high 80s to low 90s, perfect for hanging on the beach.

Traveling by Car 

Myrtle Beach is one of the easiest trips to make from most cities on the East Coast. It’s an easy drive and makes for a great guys road trip.

Traveling by Plane

The Myrtle Beach International airport (MYR) is a breeze to get in and out of and is located in central Myrtle Beach. Spirit Airlines typically offers cheap flights in the spring and summer for those traveling to the beach.

Where to Stay

Sea Crest Oceanfront Resort, of course! We offer affordable accommodations, great amenities including our 9 indoor/outdoor pools, and an oceanfront beach bar. The best part is we are an oceanfront resort, so you can literally walk from our backdoor right onto the beach!

Getting Around

Getting around The Grand Strand can be its own fun activity and there are more options than just renting a car. Try renting a golf cart (MB Golf Carts offers a 6-passenger limo golf cart!) or mopeds for your crew to cruise around on while in town. Ride in style by renting a party bus from Carolina Limo or get out on the water and cruise around on the Living Large Party Barge!

The Beach

Take advantage of the warm weather and water and get on the beach with the guys. Bring a cooler, a football or bocce ball, and sit back in the sand and relax. To make things a little bit more interesting try wakesurfing, flyboarding, or tubing with Island Adventure Watersports. They also offer kayak and paddleboard rentals for groups too!

Other Daytime Activities

If you and the fellas want to take a break from the beach but still want an exhilarating activity, try one of the many ropes courses offered in Myrtle Beach; Go Ape and Radical Ropes Adventure Park are two of our favorites. You can also get a rush from the NASCAR racing experience at Myrtle Beach Speedway. They have several packages to choose from for any adrenaline junkie looking for their next fix.

Nightlife

Myrtle Beach is famous for its nightlife scene, it’s actually just as active as the daytime. Head over to Broadway at the Beach for a night filled with bar hopping, live entertainment, and more; grab a frozen adult beverage at Wet Willies or fist bump all night long at Oz. Head a little further south to the MarshWalk in Murrells Inlet for a fun and laid-back evening. You can enjoy a cold beer and live band on just about every restaurant outdoor deck at the MarshWalk. If you’re looking for a local experience, try the Hot Fish Club, the gazebo and live bands never disappoint.

Laid Back Boys Trip Itinerary

Hang At The Beach

The perfect laid back bachelor party starts with hanging on the beach for an afternoon of fun and sun. Grab a cooler, some beach chairs and towels, and walk right out of our doors onto the sandy beach. Bring some boché, a volleyball, or cornhole if you need a fun beach activity.

Fish At The Pier

Grab the guys and head over the 2nd Avenue Pier for some sports fishing and cold beers. Bring your own rod or rent one for the day. When you’re ready for a cold refreshment or a bite to eat, just walk down to the pier restaurant.

Dinner At A Nearby Restaurant

There are tons of great restaurants near Sea Crest resort, all just a few minutes drive or cab ride. A few of our favorites include Bandito’s Cantina, ART Burger Sushi Bar, and The Grumpy Monk.

Stroll The MarshWalk

If you still want to have a little nightlife fun but don’t want anything too crazy, head to the famous MarshWalk in Murrells Inlet. Restaurants like Dead Dog Saloon, Creek Ratz, and Tuna Shak all have outdoor bars and seating where you can hear great live music. Sit in a rocking chair and enjoy a cold beer or stroll the MarshWalk leisurely with they guys.

Rowdy Bachelor Trip Itinerary

Rent Jet Skis or Try A Watersport

For the adventure crew or the thrills seekers, you’ll likely want to shake things up instead of just hanging out on the beach. Why not rent a jet ski or try a Myrtle Beach watersport? Myrtle Beach offers some of the best watersports like splashing around the Atlantic on jet skis or the trendy hydroflights that let you soar above the wave.

Ride The Brewboat

Want to keep the fun going all afternoon? Hop aboard the East Coast Brewboat for a private charter for your bachelor entourage. It’s BYOB and up to 15 guests can peddle their way around the inlet for some day-drinking fun!

Grab Dinner At Tin Roof

Great bar food, great music, great drinks, and an even better view is what you’ll find at the Tin Roof in Myrtle Beach. Tin Roof even offers VIP packages catered to small groups for bachelor and bachelorette parties!

Head To Broadway

If you and the guys are ready to party into the wee morning hours, Broadway is the ultimate nightlife experience. Whether you’re in the mood for a piano bar battle or want to dance to one of the hottest DJs, Broadway at the Beach has a place for you and the crew to get rowdy all night long.

Swanky Gentlemen’s Trip

Myrtle Beach Bachelor Party Tee TimeDeep-Sea Fishing Charter

For those looking for something a little swankier to do during the day, charter a deep-sea fishing trip in Myrtle Beach. Calabash Fishing Fleet offers half-day or full-day fishing trip for a bachelor party of any size.

A Round Of Golf

Instead of spending the day out on the water, why not spend a beautiful day on the green. Myrtle Beach offers some of the best golf courses on the East Coast. Schedule a tee time for you and the guys at one of our favorite Myrtle Beach golf courses like Willbrook Plantation, River Oaks Golf Plantation, and Arcadian Shores. 

Dinner At New York Prime

Now if you’re really looking for something swanky on the Grand Strand, make a reservation at New York Prime. New York Prime is one of the most upscale dining experiences in Myrtle Beach. They offer a menu with everything from oysters and stone crabs to mouthwatering aged filets and porterhouse steaks. This place is the perfect place to order an Old Fashioned and toast to your buddy’s happy nuptials.

woman enjoys myrtle beach watersports
Jul16

Bored with laying on the beach baking in the sun? Why not getting out on the beautiful Atlantic waters and having some fun! Myrtle Beach Watersports are exhilarating and you can do anything from taking a hydroflight to renting a pair of jet skis to splash around in the ocean with. 

Jet Ski

Jet Skis are so much fun to rent with a friend or even a small group of friends. Catching seaspray as you ride through a boat’s wake or jump a wave in the ocean is so refreshing on a hot Myrtle Beach summer day. Myrtle Beach Watersports offers hourly jet ski rentals, jet ski adrenaline tours, and even jet ski dolphin tours for those just want to glide. 

Wakeboard

Wakeboarding out on the open water can be thrilling. It’s like surfing while a powerboat whips you around! Island Adventure Watersports offer a private wakeboarding experience for up to 6 friends starting at $300. They’ll bring all the equipment, all you have to do is stay up on your board.

Kayak

You can still have a good time out on the water without high speed. Kayaking in the inlet or ocean is the perfect relaxing watersport in Myrtle Beach. Grab a friend and ride in a tandem kayak or have a serene experience in a solo kayak. Myrtle Beach Paddle Board & Kayak Adventure offers rentals starting at $35 for a half-day or week-long rentals starting at $150.

Paddleboard

Paddleboarding another fun and relaxing watersport to partake in on the Grand Strand. Again you can paddle around Murrells Inlet and take-in the beautiful scenery or get out on the open water with your board. Kokopelli Surf Camp offers paddleboard rentals with free delivery. They also offer sunset and sunrise paddleboard tours! 

Ride the Banana Boat

Ride the Banana Boat and wave to the beachgoers from the beautiful blue Myrtle Beach waters. A Banana Boat ride is perfect for families or groups of friends that are looking to have fun on the water. Climb aboard, hang on tight, and your captain will do the rest! Downwind Sails offers Banana Boat rides starting at $20 per person.

Parasail

Another fun, relaxing, and thrilling Myrtle Beach watersport to enjoy is parasailing. This is great for couples or friends that want to glide above the Atlantic for an incredible view! Shoreline Watersports offers parasailing for groups of up to 6 people and start at $64 per person.

Hydrofly

Now, this watersport is for the daring and adventurous–hydroflying is relatively new and an ultimate vacation activity! 2 The Sky Flyboard offers 3 types of hydroflights including flyboarding, hoverboarding, and jet pack rentals. Check out their website for more information on different flights and costs.

Surf

You can also just keep it old school and spend the day hanging ten! Rent a surfboard for half the day, full day or for the week, and catch some waves down the Grand Strand. Need a lesson? Jacks Surf Lessons offers lessons and surfboard rentals for all ages. Get a private 2-hour lesson for $80 or grab a few friends and learn together for $55 per person.

Kids enjoying amusement parks near myrtle beach
Jun22

Family Kingdom Amusement Park is one of the amusement parks near Myrtle Beach. It’s also right next door to Sea Crest Resort! Pick a night during your family vacation and take the whole gang for some fun riding thrill rides, eating fair-style concessions, and playing games.

General Info & Hours

Family Kingdom is located at 300 South Ocean Boulevard and is just a 3-minute drive or an 11-minute walk from Sea Crest Resort. It has all the makings of a family fun-filled evening with tons of rides, carnival-style games, prizes, entertainment, and more!

The park opens daily from 6-11 PM, except for Saturday when it is open for extended hours (5 PM -12 AM).

If you’re bringing little ones with you stroller rentals are available for $10.

Ticket Information

Admission into the park is free. If you’d rather sit the rides out while the kids enjoy, it won’t cost you anything to walk around the park.

If you want to ride the rides, all-day unlimited ride wristbands are available for $24.95 (plus tax) and are good for the full day. You can leave the park and return later if you choose.

If you only want to ride a few rides, rides are typically 3-5 tickets per ride and individual tickets cost $1.15 (plus tax). You can buy tickets by the booklet if you’d like.

Want to bring the entire family or have a birthday party at Family Kingdom? Family Kingdom Amusement Park in Myrtle Beach offers discounted group rates!

Rides

From classic to coasters to thrill rides Family Kingdom has 37 rides for the whole family to enjoy!

Crash into mom, dad or your siblings in the classic bumper cars. Cool-down on the log flume, a water coaster everyone will enjoy. Or experience a 100-foot drop on the slingshot ride!

Don’t worry, if you have little ones there’s Kiddie Rides too! Kids will love spinning on the Berry-Go-Round or bouncing in the Frog Hopper.

Games & Entertainment

If you like carnival games, you’re going to love the games at Family Kingdom Amusement Park in Myrtle Beach! With over a dozen of games like basketball toss and water balloon races, you’re bound to win a prize if you give one a shot!

There are also tons of entertainment to keep smiles on faces while walking from ride to ride. Family Kingdom has clowns, jugglers, face painters, and balloon artists all over the park to provide free entertainment all day long.

Food & Drink

Family Kingdom has 7 onsite concession stand and vendor. Nibble on fair-style foods like corn dogs, pizza, burgers, funnel cake, ice cream, and Philly cheesesteaks–just to name a few.

 

The fun doesn’t stop at Family Kingdom! Check out the Top 10 Family Activities in Myrtle Beach!

Fourth of July events in myrtle beach
Jun18

If you’re looking for a great vacation destination for the Fourth of July, Myrtle Beach is it. With dozens of great, family-friendly events up and down the Grand Strand this Fourth of July weekend, Myrtle Beach is one of the best places in the country to be when celebrating America’s independence. Here are just a few of the free festivals and firework displays happening around the beach this Fourth of July:

11th Annual ‘Salute From the Shore’ Flyover

One of the most unique events at the beach every Fourth of July is the ‘Salute From the Shore’ Flyover. This yearly flyover parade features various vintage military aircrafts piloted by skilled airmen. Starting in North Carolina, this spectacular aerial display heads south along the coast, past the Grand Strand, before ending in Hilton Head Island, South Carolina. Whether you’re staying at the north end or south end of Myrtle Beach, this Salute From the Shore flyover parade can been seen from your nearby beach access point. So grab some a chair and the family and come out to see this amazing patriotic salute. If you’re in South Carolina, below is the approximate time the F-18s and C-17 will be flying by. Don’t forget to share your salute via video or picture on social media using #SalutefromtheShore.

Cherry Grove – 1:00 and 1:05 PM

Myrtle Beach – 1:03 and 1:06 PM

Pawleys Island – 1:06 and 1:17 PM

Isle of Palms – 1:15 and 1:29 PM

Charleston Harbor – 1:16 and 1:32 PM

Folly Beach – 1:20 and 1:35 PM

Surfside Beach Fourth of July Celebration

One of the best celebration events around the area is the Fourth of July celebration at the Surfside Pier. Visitors will enjoy music, entertainment, kids activities, and more from 6-10 PM. Due to Pier renovations, there will be no fireworks display at Surfside this year.

Cherry Grove Pier Fourth of July Fireworks – 2020 Cancelled

The annual Cherry Grove Pier fireworks display is a beautiful show full of color and light that takes place right over the ocean. This event is free and open to the public so grab the gang and head out to the Cherry Grove Pier for an outstanding fireworks show and Fourth of July celebration. Normally you would look up to the sky at 9:30 pm on July 4th, but the 2020 celebration has been canceled this year. 

Murrells Inlet Boat Parade – To Be Announced For 2020

This annual event is a favorite among visitors and locals alike – and it’s not hard to see why! Each year, boats from around the region deck out in their best red, white, and blue and float from the Garden City Point all the way through the inlet, finally ending at Morse Park Landing. The event typically begins at  9 am on Thursday, July 4th. Grab your clan and head to one of the popular viewing spots like MarshWalk, Belin Church, or the new Jetty Walk. Due to the current health concerns, Murrells Inlet is still currently working through a status on the parade and will make an official announcement soon. Check out the Murrless Inlet Boat Parade page to stay up-to-date on the latest.

MarshWalk Fourth of July Fireworks – Postponed until September 6

The MarshWalk will be open for the 4th of July fun with delicious food, holiday drink specials, and live entertainment. The annual MarshWalk 4th of July fireworks display has been postponed until the night before Labor Day, September 6th. Visitors can look forward to bringing an end to summer with a colorful sky display and the same 4th of July fun in September.

Pawleys Island Fourth of July Golf Cart Parade

Instead of just watching the parade go by, throw together your best make-shift float, and participate in the lineup! Pawleys Island 54th Annual Parade is open to the public and free to watch. Register for the parade on their website, the entry fee is $15 in advance or $20 day of the parade. This patriotic display starts at 9 am, Thursday, July 4th and winds all around the beautiful south end of the beach.

4th of July Independence Day 5K and 1 Mile Fun Run

Run through Valor Park in The Market Common in honor of our veterans, active military, and the birth of our nation. Runners should come decked out in their best star-spangled gear between 6:45 and 7:25 am to check-in. The 5K starts at 7:00 am with staggered start times and the 1 Mile Fun Run starts at 8:45 am. To register or for more information visit the NS Promotions site.

4th of July Fireworks Extravaganza at Broadway at the Beach – 2020 Canceled

We would typically say, “spend America’s birthday at one of the liveliest spots on the Grand Strand, Broadway at the Beach.” But this year Broadway at the Beach has decided to cancel the celebration due to COVID-19. Next year be sure to enjoy dinner at one of the many delicious restaurants in Broadway like the new Grumpy Monk, Lucy Buffet’s Lulu’s, or Landry’s Seafood. Afterward, you and the family partake in kids activities, live music, and more. Stick around for the best par –the firework extravaganza! Look over Lake Broadway at 10 pm as the sky lights up with one of the best fireworks displays around.

Myrtle Beach Boardwalk 4th of July Fireworks – 2020 Canceled

Normally Myrtle Beach Boardwalk celebrates Independence Day with an amazing display of fireworks from the Second Avenue Pier. This year they have announced that the show has been canceled in light of the current pandemic. We hope to see the show back in full force in 2021.

Barefoot Landing Fourth of July Fireworks – 2020 Canceled

Another open-air entertainment center has decided to cancel its 4th of July fireworks celebration due to COVID-19. Next year Barefoot Landing plans to resume their annual sky display over the lake. Be sure to check back for next year’s event details!

Beautiful live oaks at Brookgreen Gardens, one of the Myrtle Beach attractions open year round.
May30

Although Myrtle Beach is packed with family-friendly fun and delectable dining, sometimes you want to slow things down and enjoy a different pace. Heading south to Murrells Inlet and Pawleys Island is the perfect way to kick back and enjoy the simple things. The slower pace offers a welcomed break from the crowded, bustling streets in the heart of Myrtle Beach and the quaint shops offer a completely unique feel.

The Hammock Shops Village

For a truly distinctive shopping experience, head to the Hammock Shops Village in Pawleys Island. Dwarfed by majestic ancient oaks, the Hammock Shops have been in business for over 75 years and have become a local staple. At the Original Hammock Shop, you can find everything from gourmet food items and gifts to handcrafted clothes and accessories. Visitors can also watch as local artisans make what this venue is famous for – hammocks! If you get hungry, grab a bite at the very cozy and quaint BisQit. Here you’ll find southern comfort food with a modern twist from burgers served on biscuits to biscuit sandwiches! As the name suggests, hammocks as well as rocking chairs are plentiful, encouraging visitors to take a seat and enjoy a relaxing afternoon in the heart of the low country. 

Frank’s Outback

There is something magical about the atmosphere at Frank’s Outback in Pawleys Island. When you walk into the outdoor dining area at Frank’s you’ll be transported into an oasis of twinkle lights, live music, and cozy intimate seating. Frank’s Outback menu has a mix of cultural flavors from their Pickled Brined Fried Chicken to the Roasted Rack Of New Zealand Lamb. You’ll love the Lowcountry luxury of Frank’s Outback, but be sure to make a reservation as their tables fill quickly.

Brookgreen Gardens

If you are a visiting nature enthusiast, be sure to stop by Brookgreen Gardens. Located on the southern end of Murrells Inlet, this National Historic Landmark boasts over 15 square miles of beautifully landscaped gardens scattered with handcrafted sculptures. As the nation’s only public sculpture garden, Brookgreen has a lot of offer. In addition to enjoying the scenic gardens and displays, guests can also visit the Lowcountry Zoo, a refuge for local animals. Gaze upon everything from river otters to marsh tacky horses in their natural habitat. This attraction is great for families and couples alike and makes for a wonderful afternoon trip.

MarshWalk

For great eats, stop by the Murrells Inlet Marsh Walk. Located along the inlet, the Marsh Walk offers a variety of restaurants connected by an oceanfront boardwalk. Enjoy some of the most succulent seafood around as you enjoy breathtaking views. Most of the restaurants offer covered outdoor dining, making taking advantage of the views easy. In addition, most offer live music throughout the week, making Marsh Walk a great place for late-night drinks and music, Bubba’s Love Shak is a favorite. Other popular hot spots include Bovine’s Wood Fired Specialties, Wahoos Fish House, The Claw House, and Wicked Tuna, which boasts some of the best sushi along the Grand Strand. After dinner, enjoy a scenic stroll along the boardwalk and work off those calories.

Crazy Sister Marina

Also located at the Marsh Walk is Crazy Sister Marina. The marina offers tons of wet n’ wild fun for visitors in the form of rentals, tours, and charters. Enjoy an afternoon splashing around on the inlet in a rented boat or jet ski or have a little friendly competition in a rented kayak or paddleboard. Fishing enthusiasts can book a seat on the Inlet Princess, a fishing charter that takes large groups both inshore and offshore fishing throughout the week. Smaller, more intimate charters are also available. Families with kids often enjoy the pirate ship cruise and the dolphin tours. Crazy Sister Marina has something for everyone and the convenient inlet location offers the perfect alternative to cruising the sometimes turbulent ocean.

Huntington Beach State Park

If you’ve never been, Huntington Beach State Park is certainly worth the drive to the south end! There is marsh, beach, trails, and more to explore all in one of Myrtle Beach’s State Parks. Admission into the park is $8 for adults and $4 for children, hours are from 6 AM to 6 PM (10 PM during daylight’s saving). You can play on the beach with the family or enjoy a picnic at one of the picnicking areas. Don’t forget to visit the Atalaya Castle, a perfect place for a photo op!

The south side offers visitors a slower pace and a nice change from the bustling atmosphere of Myrtle Beach. With rich culture and friendly locals, taking a trip to the south side is an absolute must on your next Myrtle Beach vacation. From unique shopping to decadent dining, take a break from the beach and come on down!

Enjoying what's open near Sea Crest Resort
May30

Now that traveling has started to resume and summer is here, it’s time to get ready for a much-needed getaway to Myrtle Beach. While some businesses in the area are not fully open, others are including Sea Crest Resort! We’ve put together a list of attractions and restaurants near Sea Crest that are open or opening soon for patrons.

Family Attractions:

Broadway At The Beach

Broadway at the Beach is a popular Myrtle Beach attraction for all ages. There are tons of places to shop, eat, and just hang out with friends or family. Great American Summer Nights will start June 1 and continue through the summer this year. This weekly event features live entertainment, kids’ activities, and fireworks!

Myrtle Beach Boardwalk

The Myrtle Beach Boardwalk is open to the public and ready to receive visitors. Enjoy a stroll on the 1.2-mile boardwalk, with beautiful views of the ocean and access to the beach. There are also tons of restaurants with outdoor seating along the boardwalk including Moe Moon’s, Pier 14 Restuarant & Lounge, and Landshark Bar & Grill. Most restaurants are open for dine-in and take out so you can enjoy a great meal while still social distancing.

Family Kingdom – Opening June 1

Family Kingdom is a thrill ride adventure attraction that is popular among tourists. Planning to open its gates on June 1, Family Kingdom will have adjusted hours from 6-11 PM and the Splashes Water Park will remain closed until further notice.

Restaurants:

Art Burger Sushi

Art Burger Sushi is open for take-out, dine-in, and delivery through Grub Hub and Door Dash. This is so much more than a burger joint, with a menu that includes freshly rolled sushi and a bar that whips up liquid-nitro cocktails!

Villa Romana Italian Restaurant

Just two minutes from Sea Crest Resort, Villa Romana Italian restaurant is open for dine-in and take-out. Enjoy delicious traditional Italian cuisines like chicken parmigiana, mussels, and cheese ravioli.

Margaritaville

Jimmy Buffet’s Margaritaville is open and a quick drive from our resort. They offer dine-in, take-out, and delivery from their full menu. Margaritaville menu has a variety of fried favorites, cheeseburgers (in paradise), and southern staples like jambalaya.

Sobaya Japanese Bistro

A few miles north of Sea Crest is a quaint little place called Sobaya Japanese Bistro. Sobaya has great outdoor seating and a menu filled with Japanese and Korean-style dishes.

Cafe Old Vienna

Austria and Germany come to the south in the form of Cafe Old Vienna. Here you can dine-in or take-out many traditional German favorites like Viel Wiener Schnitzel.