Posts Tagged ‘Myrtle Beach fun kids things to do’
SkyWheel delivers! Myrtle Beach’s newest downtown attraction is indeed worth the money, and then some.
SkyWheel offers breathtaking views from 200 feet up in the air of the Atlantic Ocean, the boardwalk and pier, and all of downtown attractions in an air-conditioned, very comfortable, glass-enclosed gondola.
The ride lasts about 12 minutes and circles you 5 [...]
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The Children’s Museum of South Carolina, near Broadway at the Beach is the place for young kids to have fun in Myrtle Beach. Admission is only $8 ($1 off coupon in most travel brochures) and is free for children under 1. The museum is open Tuesday to Saturday 9AM to 3PM.
CMSC exhibits highlights
Bubbles, bubbles and [...]
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Soar and explore adrenaline fun! Zipline and rope climbing challenge, an exciting family adventure at Broadway at the BeachPosted By ShoutCarolina,Date: 05.01.2011
Lean, mean fun machine! Broadway at the Beach now boasts “Soar and Explore”, zipline and ropes challenge course, an action-packed family entertainment!
The 1000 foot long zipline travels about 50 feet above water (one of the few to do so in Southeast). The price is $20 and you need to be at least 56″ inch tall [...]
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Here’s a short list with fun stuff you can do with kids at Broadway at the Beach, the mighty entertainment, shopping and eating epicenter of the Grand Strand. It worked for me maybe it will do the trick for you.
Free things to do
• Dance with water. Great in the summer. Bring an extra set of clothes
• Feed [...]
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Wide open beaches, maritime forest trails, sea-breeze camping, and one of the finest bird-watching on the East Coast. Sounds enticing? That’s Huntington Beach State Park. Add the picturesque Atalaya Castle and the incredible outdoor sculptures collection at Brookgreen Gardens (across the street from the park entrance) and your dream getaway vacation is complete.
Park Programs (March [...]
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What a wonderful world inside CMSC! Moms, dads and grandparents let your kids imagination go wild at the most magical place in Myrtle Beach. Over 8,000 square feet of interactive exhibits to have fun, express yourself and indulge your curiosity. Admission it’s only $7, lot less than the commercially scripted themed parked along the Grand [...]
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Atalaya (AH-tuh-lie-uh) the “watch tower” of the seas emanates LOVE: the romantic love between two remarkable people Anna Hyatt and Archer Huntington, their love of nature, wildlife, art and the Mediterranean culture. Take your loved ones to Atalaya for an inspirational, uplifting and memorable experience.
The masonry structure, “a hair-raiser to an architect” by Anna’s confession, [...]
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Cool ocean breeze…white sand tickling your toes…fresh saltwater smell and seagulls flying into the sunset…everybody in the family is in a good mood and willing to goof around (how often does this happen? )
North Myrtle Beach is a more relaxing, less crowded and commercialized beach than its more famous cousin that’s becoming the [...]
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Alligators are truly amazing creatures. We are so blessed to still see them all around South Carolina (like the Alligator Adventure and Huntington State Park in Myrtle Beach or Charles Towne Landing and Audubon Swamp Garden in Charleston, or Edisto Island Serpentarium in Edisto).
Just recently, Business Week published an article underscoring once more [...]
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Utan, The King of Crocs, is the largest crocodile ever exhibited in the United States, measuring 20 feet long and weighing in at more than 1000 pounds. And you can see him right here in beautiful Myrtle Beach South Carolina!
For the past 5 years he became the main attraction at the amazing Alligator Adventure [...]
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