Kids Activities in North 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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$10 for Admission for Two at Maze Craze ($18 Value)

Maze Craze

Bogue

Themed hybrid corn maze offers 13 acres of twists and turns with checkpoints along the way offering chances to win a prize

$18 $10

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Three Games of Mini Golf for Two, Four, or Six, or Mini Golf and Laser Maze for Two at Glowgolf (Up to 60% Off)

Glowgolf

Wilmington

Luminescent golf balls, lit-up putters, neon obstacles, and incandescent walls illuminate players negotiating tricky glow-themed landscapes

$16 $8

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Visit for Two or Four to The Children's Museum of Wilmington (Up to 58% Off)

The Children's Museum of Wilmington

Downtown Wilmington

Kids learn while they play at hands-on exhibits, including a pirate ship, an indoor treehouse and a play grocery store with a diner upstairs

$18 $8

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2 Games of Bowling with Shoe Rentals for 1 or 2 or Bowling and Soda for 4 at B&B Lanes (Up to 50% Off)

B&B Lanes

Terry Sanford

Balls hurtle toward pins on 24 well-oiled lanes as bowlers keep track of spares and strikes with electronic scoring

$11.59 $6

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6, 8, or 10 Games of Laser Tag at Black Ops Paintball, Courtesy of Laser Tag Tickets (Up to 56% Off)

Laser Tag Tickets

Black Ops Paintball

Laser tag games held at paintball course with challenging fields

$48 $24

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Swing Shot Ride for Two or Four at ZipQuest (Up to 50% Off)

ZipQuest

Fayetteville

Drop from a height of 35 feet and swing over the steep drop above Carver's Creek, a height of over 70 feet

$30 $16

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Kids' Tumbling Package or Birthday Party at Aptitude Explore and Sea Children's Gym & Therapy (Up to 64% Off)

Aptitude Explore and Sea Children's Gym & Therapy

Cameron

Kids aged 6 months and older learn developmental skills or enjoy party at play space specializing in therapy for kids on the autism spectrum

$150 $54

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Three Games of Bowling, Shoe Rentals, Pizza, and Soda for Two or Four at Royal Lanes (Up to 53% Off)

Royal Lanes

Goose Creek

36-lane bowling alley with automatic scoring, more than 20 TVs, a sports bar, an arcade, and billiards

$58 $27

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Two-Hour Guided Paddleboard Tour for Two, Four, or Six from Charleston Paddler (Up to 56% Off)

Charleston Paddler

Mount Pleasant

Groups stand atop paddleboards for a scenic two-hour tour that departs from Shem Creek boat landing

$150 $75

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$60 for $120 Worth of Music Lessons at Guitar Lesson with Jamie Slater

Guitar Lessons with Jamie Slater

Mount Pleasant

Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you

$120 $60

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$10 for $20 Toward Music Equipment — Shem Creek Music Center

Shem Creek Music Center

Mount Pleasant

Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you

$20 $10

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$59 for Four 30-Minute Guitar Lessons at Encore Music ($120 Value)

Encore Music

Mount Pleasant

Guitar lessons taught by John Madden, an instructor who has worked with hundreds of students in rock, blues, jazz, and classical styles

$120 $59

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$65 for a Dolphin-Watching Tour or Historical Cruise for Two from Captains Source ($150 Value)

Captains Source

Mount Pleasant

Captains certified in marine life and harbor history set sail in search of dolphins or to disperse historical knowledge

$150 $65

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Glass Shattering at The Smash Shack (Up to 48% Off). Three Options Available.

The Smash Shack

Piney Green

Release inner frustration on premade boxes of items that are ready and waiting to be shattered

$20 $11

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Surrealist murals of outer space—complete with orbiting dolphins and bowling pins—look down from overhead as customers topple pins on the 32 USBC-certified bowling lines inside Planet Fun. This cosmic theme extends throughout the 50,000-square-foot family entertainment center, and kids and adults flock to its many attractions. At the two-story indoor laser tag arena, epic sci-fi battles are fought with focused beams of light amid spirited debates over hypothetical confrontations between the Enterprise and a Star Destroyer. The nine-hole mini-golf course allows guests to immerse themselves in the black-lit glow of the sea, accompanied by sights of giant neon oysters, starfish, and divers. To refute theories that life isn’t all about games, Planet Fun also boasts a redemption arcade stocked with more than 100 titles. After exchanging tickets for prizes, players tackle stomach rumblings at the on-site Starz Grill, which serves up a family-friendly menu of steaks, salads, burgers, chicken, pasta, and all-you-can-eat crab legs.

349 Whiteville Road Northwest
Shallotte,
NC
US

While in the Mirrormaze USA, you may turn a corner and see a surprise dead end or an infinite reflection of yourself, staring back from all sides. The maze holds thousands of mirrors that bewilder and confuse, and a few funhouse mirrors that transform you into a new you, stretched thin, squished flat, or sporting a cape and hat atop a steed.

223 Sea Mountain Hwy
North Myrtle Beach,
SC
US

Scampering through Lazer FX–Lazer Tag's 7,500-square-foot labyrinth, combatants volley photons in exhilarating 20-minute skirmishes. Laser soldiers don luminescent vests and DayGlo bowties before entering the arena, where a mix of 30-odd friends and foes dodge blasts while darting from refuge to refuge. For groups of four, the battle extends out of the arena and onto the 8,000-square-foot arcade floor. Here, more than 120 games—including pool tables, skee-ball lanes, driving simulators, and air hockey—promote hand-eye coordination more effectively than soccer.

964 Lake Arrowhead Rd
Myrtle Beach,
SC
US

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.

2501 N Kings Hwy
Myrtle Beach,
SC
US

What was once a stately building in the Bermuda Triangle has gone topsy-turvy, thanks to an experiment gone awry from Professor Wonder and his team of brilliant scientists, who were using the mansion as top-secret laboratory. After WonderWorks crash-landed upside-down in Myrtle Beach, the eccentric researchers accepted their fate and kept their experiments up and running. Today, kids and adults who visit the whimsical discovery center can get their hands on more than 100 interactive exhibits, such as a hurricane shack that tests your ability to withstand Category 1 winds, a bubble lab, and a roller-coaster simulator. Before stopping by The Works Eatery for lunch, discoverers tackle an indoor ropes course and challenge one another to games of laser tag (not included with regular admission).

1313 Celebrity Circle
Myrtle Beach,
SC
US

At the start of every game, fog fills Surf's Up Family Fun Center’s multi-level, underwater-themed laser tag arena. It’s one of several obstacles that up to 60 players tackle as they sneak up on opponents and navigate labyrinthine corridors decked out in black-lit murals of aquatic critters.

Laser tag isn’t the only adrenaline-pumping activity to be found inside the 18,000-square foot fun center. Four challenging paths lead climbers to the summit of a 24-foot rock wall equipped with an auto-belay system. Meanwhile, pucks zip across air hockey tables in an arcade with more than 60 games, including Dance Dance Revolution and its classic sequel Rest Rest Revolution. Otherwise, twisting tubes connect the multi-level play structure in a soft play area for younger kids, who can also ride down slides or play rounds of skee-ball.

To refuel hungry guests, an all-you-can-eat buffet serves 10 types of pizza, as well as pastas, salads, desserts, and soft drinks.

4112 Carolina Commercial Dr
Myrtle Beach,
SC
US