Things To Do

Myrtle Beach & North Myrtle Beach

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The Children’s Museum of South Carolina is a fun thing to do for the brain. Not just another me-too attraction, do something fun & educational! At the museum you can touch, explore, and play while learning about the world through exhibits and programs that focus on education

There’s a special place in the memories of families everywhere for that old-time warm, friendly amusement park by the sea. Family Kingdom has well over 35 rides. Your family will have an amazing time while enjoying Family Kingdom!

Helicopter Adventures in the center of Myrtle Beach offers rides starting at just twenty bucks. The rides include a two mile introductory flight. The most popular tours will take you on a breathtaking journey over Broadway at the Beach and back again. You’ll have tons of fun seeing Myrtle Beach from a new perspective.

The newest thing to do in Myrtle Beach, the Hollywood Wax attraction has won over locals and tourists alike with its fun and playful idea.

Fun, interactive and live-action. That just beings to describe the Magiquest experience in Myrtle Beach.

The highest place on the boardwalk, the Myrtle Beach Skywheel is a super-cool place to check out the skyline while relaxing in a quiet pod.

Charleston

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Middleton Place is a National Historic Landmark and home to America’s Oldest Landscaped Gardens. The Garden Club of America has called the 65 acres “the most important and most interesting garden in America”.

Charles Towne Landing State Historic Site sits on a marshy point, located off of the Ashley River, where a group of English settlers landed in 1670 and established what would become the birthplace of the Carolina colony.

Centrally located in the Upper King Street area of Historic Downtown Charleston, the Charleston Music Hall is an outstanding venue for shows of all varieties. The Hall is conveniently located next door to two award-winning hotels and three nationally acclaimed restaurants.

Welcome to The Charleston Museum, America’s First Museum, founded in 1773. Its mission is to preserve and interpret the cultural and natural history of Charleston and the South Carolina Lowcountry.

The Morris Island Lighthouse build in 1873 is situated on a small sand bar in the mouth of Charleston Harbor. While not reachable, you can view the lighthouse from the shore of Folly Beach.

Go ahead, SEA what it’s all about. Treat your family to a captivating journey from the mountains to the sea featuring 60 unique habitats, including our 385,000-gallon Great Ocean Tank.

Ocean Isle Beach

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Looking for an event space or other space for a social gathering? Check out the Ocean Isle Beach Community Center.

In the right season, turtle watching is very popular – you may even get to see some hatch!

Fun for kids and adults, check out the informative and rainy-day friendly Museum of Coastal Carolina.

If you’d like to take a walk down the beach just past Sunset Beach and Bird Island, check out the Kindred Spirit Mailbox.

Wine-making and tasting is never closer than with the Silver Coast Winery in Ocean Isle Beach.

Pawleys Island

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The gardens are an amazing attraction and truly one of a kind. Nature, events and relaxation.

A walk in pottery and art studio in downtown Pawleys Island.

Dolphin watching and boat tours Murrels Inlet.

Creeks & marshes are amazing when enjoying them on a kayak.

Outdoor adventures are more fun here with charters, kayak tours and low country sightseeing.

Shops, dining and more at The Hammock Shops in beautiful Pawleys Island.

Rent a kayak and enjoy the beautiful lowcountry from a whole new perspective.

Fun, festivals, music and art. You can’t miss the Pawleys Island Festival!

 

Outer Banks

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Have fun kiteboarding a learn how to stay upright in the waters of the Outer Banks!

Have all the fun you can handle on the water with the team from Real Water Sports.

The Cape Hatteras Lighthouse protects one of the most hazardous sections of the Atlantic Coast. Come see this historic landmark.

Jockey’s Ridge is the tallest natural sand dune system in the Eastern United States. Experience this breathtaking natural wonder.

See where flight started — sandy North Carolina! Browse this iconic memorial with a storied and rich American history.

Shops, attractions and more to do — right in the heart of Duck, NC.

Living history doesn’t get more authentic than with the Island Farm in Roanoke Island, NC.