As old as seaside vacations themselves, arcades, originally called “penny arcades,” have a long-standing tradition of entertaining crowds of all ages. Along the Grand Strand you’ll find games of chance, games of skill, and the unique sights and sounds of yesteryear, mixed with today’s newest entries into the interactive video gaming world. While Myrtle Beach may have lost its iconic Pavilion Amusement Park along the oceanfront, the nearby arcades and game centers are still going strong, decades after first enchanting vacationers. Arcades can be found oceanfront or near the oceanfront in nearly every Grand Strand beach community from Cherry Grove to Garden City Beach. These arcades combine the best of the old-styled games, and the modern, hi-tech arcade video games of today. Here new friendships are made, first loves are discovered, and summers are whiled away between the popcorn and pinball machines; arcades are as American as apple pie.
Broadway Grand Prix Family Race Park
Broadway Grand Prix rolled out a brand new Arcade in 2021. All ages will want to hang out in 20,000 square feet of over 90 arcade games including Nerf, Hot Wheels, Lane Master and Ice Ball.
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Dave & Buster’s
Dave & Buster’s is part arcade, part bar, part restaurant and always a great time. Located at Broadway at the Beach, this famous attraction is certainly a popular one in Myrtle Beach. This sports bar/restaurant is home to a large indoor arcade with an array of game types. Win tickets on your favorite games and trade them in for awesome prizes! TVs throughout the building make this a great place to watch sports, and they serve a full menu of delicious food.More Info Visit Website
The Track Myrtle Beach
The Track, a family fun park in Myrtle Beach, offers tons of fun and games in their Fat Daddy’s Arcade. Beat the heat with a stop for a change to play and win prizes. You’ll find classic arcade games, claw prize games, basketball hoops and more.More Info Visit Website
Fun Warehouse has many ways to keep your crew entertained and having fun, including their giant arcade. Load a Fun Warehouse card with any amount and get your game on with more than 50 games to choose from, including Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Pac-Mac, mini bowling and more. Fun Warehouse also offers roller skating, laser tag and go-karts as well as snacks and drinks. Adult beverages are available.More Info Visit Website
The two-story Epic Arcade is located on the oceanfront at the Myrtle Beach Boardwalk. More than 50 state-of-the-art games are available, including family favorites like Skee Ball and basketball alongside Nerf Arcade and Jurassic Park. On the second floor, you’ll find food and a bar with a great ocean view. Food options include pizzas and wings, and the bar serves up wine, beer and craft cocktails.More Info
810 Billiards & Bowling
In addition to bowling and pool, 810 Billiards & Bowling offers arcade games like air hockey, basketball and skee ball. They also have a full bar and an extensive menu with wood-fire pizzas, burgers, appetizers and more. Complementary board games are also available.More Info Visit Website
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