Myrtle Beach, SC, is a great year-round destination for families, and there’s definitely much more to do besides splashing in the waves. Check out these recent additions for Summer 2019: Top Golf, the Pearl Harbor Exhibit at Ripley’s Aquarium and the Simpson’s in 4D at Broadway at the Beach.
Click here to read more in my recent article for Allegiant Air’s in-flight magazine:
Engage in intergalactic battles at the new Star Wars Launch Bay in Hollywood Studios, view the spectacular “Rivers of Light”nighttime show in Animal Kingdom, make an icy trek to Arendelle at Epcot’s “Frozen Ever After” attraction and become a globetrotter on “Soarin’ Around the World.”
This article appears in Allegiant’s in-flight magazine, Sunseeker (Dec. ’16-Feb. ’17). Click here to read entire article. more-disney-fun
Discover the quirky charms of South Carolina’s most popular family vacation destination.
(This story appears in the March 2016 issue of West Jet Air’s in-flight magazine and was written by Sandra Chambers.)
Myrtle Beach’s 97 kilometres of picturesque coastline, aptly called the “Grand Strand,” is most famous for its bustling beach atmosphere, replete with live entertainment, amusement parks, acclaimed seafood restaurants, great shopping and world-class golf. But the area also has a quieter side thanks to the beaches, wetlands and quaint fishing villages on its southernmost end. Take an extra- long weekend to explore both the upbeat and the serene sides of this beloved coastal area.
Take flight high above Orlando; dive deep into three oceans; or take a selfie with famous stars. Merlin Entertainments, the second largest attraction operator in the world, is bringing three of its best-known attractions to Orlando: The Orlando Eye, Madame Tussauds and SEA LIFE Aquarium
Head to North Myrtle Beach for a new twist on beach entertainment. Opening this summer at Broadway at the Beach, the two-story Hollywood Wax Museum Entertainment Centeroffers three adventures–The Wax Museum, Hannah’s Maze of Mirrors, and Outbreak (a scary zombie journey for the brave of heart!)
At the Wax Museum guests will enjoy rubbing elbows with Hollywood stars and pop culture icons as they stroll through the decades. From Robert Downing Jr. to Marilyn Monroe and other academy award winners and music superstars, every age group will discover their favorites are there.
Each recreated wax replica is very life-like and set in an authentic movie-scene background or other appropriate setting.
And don’t forget to bring your camera–photos are allowed inside and who can pass up a shot with their favorite star to post on Twitter or Instagram? The complex is open 9 a.m. until midnight seven days a week through Labor Day, with shortened hours year round.