Activities in Myrtle Beach


Visit for Two or Up to Two Adults and Four Kids to the Children's Museum of South Carolina (Up to 44% Off)

Children's Museum of South Carolina

Myrtle Beach

Interactive exhibits encourage learning through imaginative play and hands-on exploration

$16 $9

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Admission at Hot Zone Airsoft. (45% Off)

Hot Zone Airsoft

Conway East

From the merchant: Full-day admission to an indoor airsoft arena

$20 $11

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Two General Admission Tickets with Optional Souvenir Adventure Book at WonderWorks Myrtle Beach (Up to 50% Off)

WonderWorks Myrtle Beach

Myrtle Beach

Explore a whimsical discovery center with 100 interactive exhibits and a three-story, glow-in-the-dark indoor ropes course

$51.58 $26

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Tournament Show with Dinner for a Child or Adult with Optional VIP Package at Medieval Times in Myrtle Beach (Up to 42% Off)

Medieval Times

Conway East

Ironclad knights joust atop horses and battle with swords while viewers feast on a four-course meal; VIP package with DVD and banner

$32.07 $25

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$45 for an Ulimited Day Pass for Zipline Rides for Two at Myrtle Beach Zipline Adventures ($79.98 Value)

Myrtle Beach Adrenaline Adventures

Myrtle Beach

Zipliners fly at up to 40 miles per hour down a 600-foot track that ends with a 60-foot free fall.

$79.98 $45

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Three-Lap Ride-Along or Three-Hour Driving Experience from NASCAR Racing Experience (Up to 51% Off)

NASCAR Racing Experience

Myrtle Beach Speedway

Drive or ride-along in a real NASCAR racecar around Myrtle Beach Speedway

$129.99 $64

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$28 for 180 Minutes of Game-Play and Classic Wand at MagiQuest ($47.99 Value)

MagiQuest

Myrtle Beach

After selecting a magic wand, patrons roam the castle in a live-action adventure game

$47.99 $28

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It's natural for kids to engage in creative play, becoming architects, veterinarians, swashbuckling pirates, or tenured professors inside their own imaginations. The Children's Museum of South Carolina just helps them learn while they do it. Perhaps that's why the museum?like the scores of children who visit it?has continued to grow since first opening in 1994. In two decades, the museum as expanded from a small shopping-mall space to a 7,500-square-foot facility packed with interactive exhibits. In the Sea Turtles Dig the Dark exhibit, kids crawl through a sandy tunnel to see a nest of loggerhead turtle eggs and learn about endangered-species conservation. Meanwhile, the Hurricane Simulator recreates a massive storm's 78-mile-per-hour winds, and the USS Kids-A-Float exhibit explores the parts of a boat and how South Carolina's pirates might have weighed their treasure. The museum also hosts events that range from storytelling to weekly hands-on workshops. Though most of this learning happens on-site, CMSC representatives travel to local schools to lead five-week science camps.
2204 N Oak St.
Myrtle Beach,
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Electric Foam 5K isn't measured by time, but by bubbles and beats per minute. Foam cannons and speakers line the roughly three-mile course, keeping pulse rates high with booming EDM anthems. By night, murals of lights and tree installations help guide participants of all ages as they run, walk, dance, or let their moms push their strollers to the finish line. Everyone is free to go at their own pace, and encouraged to dress in their most flamboyant costumes. At the finish line, they won't be greeted with a finish time or the disappointed glare of their P.E. teacher, but with an after-party of live DJs spinning such artists as Calvin Harris, Deadmau5, David Guetta, and others?all before one last avalanche of foam engulfs the dancing throngs.
455 Hospitality Lane
Myrtle Beach,
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Hydrofly Watersports' guides rely on the waters of the Atlantic Ocean to entertain them. Amid its waters, they help guests explore the coast of South Carolina, from the urban shoreline of Charleston to the sandy resorts of Myrtle Beach. The guides charter boats, lead jet ski dolphin-watching tours, and even teach people to soar through the air on flyboards. When the staff seeks a change of pace, they lead guests out on fishing trips to seek out jetties, wrecks, and reefs teaming with prey such as snapper, grouper, and mahi-mahi. Those looking to tame the calm of the ocean while standing up can enlist in Hydrofly Watersports' paddleboarding lessons and rentals.
5843 Dick Pond Road
Myrtle Beach,
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Myrtle Beach Jetpack Adventures wants everyone to be able to feel weightless at least once. To achieve that goal, the company hosts jetpack lessons out on the water. Fliers strap on a water-powered jetpack, work with a flight instructor and navigator, and zoom out of the water in minutes. During the session, they tumble and swoop in the air as swimmers gaze up in envy. A safety helmet with an inset speaker will relay one-on-one coaching to ensure your flight runs smoothly.
2915 North Ocean Boulevard
Myrtle Beach,
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Chivalry Sports celebrates and preserves historical sparring techniques. During lessons, an instructor teaches medieval fighting methods, including broadsword for children and adults of all skill levels. At Friday Knight Fights, students enter a sparring tournament to test their mettle, until a winner emerges triumphant.
568 George Bishop Parkway
Myrtle Beach,
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With iridescent miniature golf courses in malls throughout North America, Glowgolf adds elements of phosphorescent fun to shopping sessions. Courses contain sights such as light-defying blush corals, incandescent animals, and lush foliage reminiscent of the glowing trees on Neptune. Each pass is good for three 18-hole games, giving golfers ample opportunity to get familiar with each hole's obstacles. Equipment is available on the spot, so players won't have to carry around personal clubs or seek out a bioluminescent caddie.
10177 North Kings Highway
Myrtle Beach,
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