Located next to Barefoot Landing, this popular attraction is one of the largest facilities for reptile life in the world. You will be guided through natural swamps and marshes and encounter a variety of reptiles, turtles, giant frogs, and exotic birds from around the world.
The Children's Museum of South Carolina serves the state and local community, as well as visitors to the Grand Strand area by presenting interactive exhibits and programs in an environment where visitors can "Touch, Explore, and Play" while learning about their world. The Museum is committed to quality interactive exhibits and educational programs. With education being the heart of its programs and the basis on which exhibits are designed, the Museum is successfully reaching out to new audiences.
Myrtle Beach's most popular Amusement Park, featuring over 30 rides. The Water Park is Myrtle Beach's only oceanfront water park with three wet & wild water flumes, two speed slides, two intermediate speed slides, and a 400 square foot lazy river with waterfalls.
Oceanfront Boardwalk and Promenade
The Myrtle Beach SkyWheel, which is located at the Oceanfront Boardwalk and Promenade, is an experience as grand as the magnificent Atlantic Ocean it overlooks. This amazing attraction, which is sure to elevate your perspective, measures an impressive 200 feet above sea level and is the only observation wheel of its kind in the US. The attraction boasts 42 climate controlled Swiss-manufactured fully enclosed gondolas and an impressive, one-of-a-kind LED lightshow to be held nightly.
State-of-the-art, 87,000 square-foot aquarium experience, located at Broadway at the Beach. Guests are entertained by some of the world's most beautiful, fascinating and dangerous aquatic life.
The attraction is an "amusement park for the mind," combining education and entertainment in over 100 hands-on exhibits that will spark the imagination and stimulate the mind. Visitors to the attraction will enjoy a variety of experiences including being blown away by 74 mile per hour hurricane-force winds, maneuvering the controls of a NASA spacecraft to land the shuttle, lying on a bed of 3,500 nails, piloting a fighter jet, designing and riding a 360 degree virtual roller coaster, playing virtual sports and competing in a game of lazer-tag.
If you loved the old Myrtle Beach Pavilion Amusement Park, then you are a fan of corn dogs, funnel cakes sprinkled with powdered sugar and maybe topped with sliced apples and cinnamon, the sounds and scents of the midway, and games of skill that offer Big prizes. The Myrtle Beach Pavilion is now a part of Myrtle Beach history but some of its classic rides, historic artifacts and more will now live on at The Pavilion Nostalgia Park at Broadway at the Beach!