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The 2020 South Carolina Governor's Conference on Tourism & Travel will be held in Myrtle Beach, SC.
Things to Do in Myrtle Beach, SC
If you're planning on joining us for the 2020 Governor's Conference on Tourism and Travel, you may be planning what you'll do in your free time! There's so much to do in Myrtle Beach, so let us help you narrow it down some
If you want to check out one of the many area beaches, just be sure you bring a jacket! You can find tons of information from safety tips, to seashells and fossils.
Experience the exhilaration of Myrtle Beach golf and enjoy the thrills of some of the world's most challenging golf courses, in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. Tee off on North, South or Central Myrtle Beach golf courses, each designed to protect the natural habitat and wildlife indigenous to the area. Technically challenging and aesthetically beautiful, our greens have been created by world-famous architects -- including Arnold Palmer, Jack Nicklaus, Robert Trent Jones, and Greg Norman.
For visiting shopaholics, the wide array of fantastic stores in the Myrtle Beach area will keep any vacationer busy. Shoppers will delight in our shopping malls, factory outlets, specialty shops, and flea markets. Visitors can indulge at one of the areas upscale retail stores at the Market Common, or enjoy outdoor shopping complexes like the popular Broadway at the Beach while hunting for souvenirs. Bargain hunting is made easy here, too, with two Tanger Outlet locations offering tons of different name brand stores to choose from.
Shows and Entertainment
Myrtle Beach theaters are the perfect complement to a wonderful beach vacation! Since 1986, when Calvin Gilmore and The Carolina Opry pioneered the Myrtle Beach area's theater boom, the area has emerged as a hotspot for live family entertainment - offering the best in shows, music, dance, comedy, dinner theater, celebrity concerts, and movies. Experience the full spectrum of Myrtle Beach shows and local venues, including live theater, dinner shows, variety shows, concert halls and movie theaters.
There is fun and adventure waiting for you at one of the area's many entertaining attractions and amusements. For those unafraid of heights, a trip to the East Coast's only 200-foot SkyWheel is a must. A little friendly competition is always fun if it's kept on one of over 50 mini-golf courses, and a visit to area amusement parks for a thrilling ride on a rollercoaster always helps create fun memories.
The wide variety of attractions and activities ensure that there is something for everyone to do, no matter the pace of your vacation. Let the Myrtle Beach Area Convention and Visitors Bureau be your guide as you search the area's best amusements.
A new dimension of family fun hits Broadway at the Beach with a first-of-its-kind attraction featuring Springfield’s Aztec Theater and Kwik-E-Mart. Tickets are available at the box office and include a fun 4D adventure in the theater and a free digital souvenir photo with The Simpsons family. Visit the Kwik-E-Mart for Squishees, Lard Lad Donuts and a selection of merchandise.
The SkyWheel Myrtle Beach is 187 feet tall, has 42 glass-enclosed, temperature controlled gondolas and operates year round. The SkyWheel is the first observation wheel of its kind in the United States.
Voted one of the top 10 Best Public Gardens in the U.S. by TripAdvisor. Offering a daily selection of tours, excursions, and exhibits. Guided garden tours or explore on your own. Walk the Lowcountry Trail and visit the Zoo's native animals. Beautiful gardens, historical sites, world-renowned art collection, native animals, and gracious southern hospitality tempt you to return again and again.
Duplin Winery strives to produce wines that capture the spirit of our heritage while maintaining the freshness of the fruit with unwavering quality. Every bottle produced by Duplin draws the same pleasure and appreciation as the first. Sunshine, water, soil, a little bit of luck, and a whole lot of love, is our recipe for success. Visit our new store at Barefoot Landing.
Step back in time to Hopsewee Plantation on the North Santee River and experience life on a typical low country rice plantation in the 18th century.