Quality Inn & Suites
1004 S. Ocean Blvd
Myrtle Beach, SC 29577
Phone: (843) 626-4656
Fax: (843) 946-9956
At this oceanfront family amusement park there are a multitude of thrill rides such as bumper cars, go-carts, the Swamp Fox Roller Coaster and a Sling Shot with a 110-ft. free-fall. There are also kiddie rides as well as a water park with lazy river, slides, waterfalls and flumes. Admission to Family Kingdom is free, but passes are required for the water park or the amusement park rides. Hours of operation vary (check website) and inclement weather rules apply.
This old-school pier is one of Myrtle Beach's most iconic attractions and for over 75 years it has been a mainstay on the Grand Strand. Almost everyone who comes to Myrtle Beach inevitably encounters the pier and if you're smart, you'll visit Pier View Bar or the Pier House Restaurant. Both are great places to enjoy world-class seafood and marvel at the equally impeccable views of the mighty Atlantic. On the pier itself, visitors can try their hand at fishing and even obtain a daily permit as well as rentals if you don't have your own. For more information, check the pier's website.
The Pleasant Hill is a celebrated boarding site, precisely situated at the Myrtle Beach in the Horry County of South Carolina. Its construction was completed in 1927. The in is established on a land area of less than one acre. Predominantly a wood frame construct, the lodge is a two-story structure. The two story full facade porches add up to the aesthetics. The Inn stays registered on the National Register of Historic Places.
Located in the heart of Myrtle Beach, Jurassic Golf is a great place to spend a couple of hours either during the day or at night. You'll swear you've been transported to Jurassic Park itself. There are two colorful, interesting 18-hole courses with dinosaurs and other reptiles that squawk and hiss and plenty of jungle to play through and around. One course has more obstacles than the other and can be considerably more frustrating for younger children. Both are a very entertaining. Cost is $6 for adults; children under 4 free.
Zip on over to Adrenaline Adventures newest attraction in Myrtle Beach. Take in the unparalleled view of the beach and surrounding Five Points area from over forty five feet in the air. Guests climb the stairs to the launch tower and strap into their gear before hurling over six hundred feet to the next tower at close to forty miles per hour. Six side-by-side ziplines ensure that friends and family can all join in on the fun.
Now you can not only watch a movie, but you can be part of it at the same time. The 3-D moving theatre lets you feel every bump, twist, turn and dive. Movies such as Glacier Run will make you glad your seat is bolted to the floor. This experience is not recommended for people who experience motion sickness, have heart problems or don't like fast rides.
Almost every beach that comes with a boardwalk has a carousel or Ferris-wheel and this case is no different in regards to the latter. However, this is not your Ferris-wheel of yesteryear, it is a modern contraption that carries passengers in style and comfort above the promenade. The ride lasts about ten minutes, which entails three revolutions, and is a great option to take some pics or a date. For group rates or VIP tickets, check website for packages and deals.
The Franklin G. Burroughs-Simeon B. Chapin Art Museum is a visual art space dedicated to the work of local artists. The quaint little house dates from 1924, but it was moved from its original location in 1975, when it was slated for demolition. Happily the historic house survived, and today it houses a permanent art collection alongside other guest artist exhibits. An art library and working studio are available for those who want to learn more about art and learn to paint or draw. Admission is free.
This beautiful facility has 100,800 square feet of exhibit hall space that can broken down into three separate halls. The total floor space can accommodate 10,000 people and 522 booths. The grand ballroom has 16,890 square feet and can accommodate up to 1672 people. There are also two smaller meeting rooms on two levels. On-site food and beverage services are available. One special feature of this center is Whaling Wall No49 by environmentalist artist Wyland. It depicts Right Whales, the most endangered of the species.
This ballpark is the home of the Myrtle Beach Pelicans, the single-A club under the Texas Rangers' farm system. The park seats 6500 and throughout the season, the Pelicans usually have amazing specials. For instance, the 1USD beer nights on select games is perfect with a couple of hot-dogs and the great American pastime. The stadium is also known as TicketReturn.com Field, however most locals still call it Pelican Ballpark.
This park is located within Myrtle Beach's Market Common shopping and dining area. Valor Park is regularly used to host local concerts, festivals and public events.
The Palace Theatre is a grand auditorium which seats 2638 guests who watch performances under the dynamic lighting, large stage area and state-of-the-art sound system. The shows that take place here are usually touring troupes or shows like Le Grand Cirque, The Magical Spirit of Ireland or Jersey Boys. There are two levels, the mezzanine and the orchestra section, and every seat provides an intimate view. Additionally, as with most shows in Myrtle Beach, they are suitable for all age-groups.