Broadway at the Beach
A hotspot among Myrtle Beach visitors, Broadway at the Beach offers a mix of shopping, dining and entertainment in the heart of Myrtle Beach. From specialty shops and eateries to speed-boat rides and ziplines, Broadway at the Beach truly has something for everyone. It is both a hotspot for family friendly activities as well as nightlife for the young at heart. If you stop by, plan on staying awhile. There’s tons to do, see and eat at Broadway!
Broadway at the Beach is full of specialty shops and gift stores — perfect for the avid shopper or the visitor looking for a souvenir. Build-a-Bear Workshop is one popular shop for families at Broadway at the Beach. Visitors to the workshop choose, stuff, name and dress a new furry friend with the help of the store’s friendly staff. Options extend well beyond bears to popular characters, dinosaurs and seasonal animals like reindeer. Other popular shops include Klig Kites, which is full of unique gifts and novelties; Ron Jon’s Surf Shop; and the Crocs store.
Get your shopping done, and then head to one of Broadway’s many excellent restaurants for a culinary treat. Check out Liberty Steakhouse & Brewery for a juicy steak and cold beer or get your party on at Señor Frogs. Jimmy Buffet’s Margaritaville serves up the famous frozen beverage along with tons of great menu items sure to please any palate. King Kong Sushi offers a massive menu of specialty sushi rolls as well as hibachi selections. Check out our culinary tour of the restaurants of Broadway at the Beach.
Have a sweet tooth? Kilwins at Broadway at the Beach has all the sweets you can imagine. Check out their delicious fudge, brittles, candy apples, truffles, popcorns, ice cream, and much more!More Info
In addition to the great shopping and food, Broadway at the Beach is an entertainment mecca for visitors. Stop by the Wonderworks museum for the mind, or catch a show at the Palace Theatre or Legends in Concert. Take a thrill ride in a speedboat on Lake Broadway or take it easy and catch a blockbuster at Carmike Broadway 17. The kids will love Ripley’s Aquarium, where visitors can get up close and personal with sharks, stingrays and all manner of sea life. During the busy spring and summer season, outdoor concerts and entertainers provide free fun for visitors of all ages.
Soar & Explore
Test your bravery on this ropes course and zipline overlooking Lake Broadway!More Info
Dave & Buster’s
Dave & Buster’s is one of the newest additions to Broadway at the Beach, and this family-friendly sports bar/arcade is a super fun place to be. Dave & Buster’s is home to a full-service restaurant, bar, and huge arcade with tons of classic and modern games to choose from.More Info Visit Website
Hollywood Wax Museum Entertainment Center
The Hollywood Wax Museum Entertainment Center is fun for all ages! This attraction is located across the highway from Broadway at the Beach, and features 3 different things to do. Guests here can check out the wax museum as well as Hannah’s Maze of Mirrors for the kiddos and Outbreak: Dread the Undead, a haunted attraction for those who love a thrill!More Info Visit Website
Legends In Concert
Looking for a fun show? Legends in Concert at Broadway at the Beach is home to the best celebrity tribute show in the country. Sit back, relax, and watch as tribute artists pay homage to your favorite musical artists.More Info
Myrtle Beach Pelicans
TicketReturn.com Field is home of the Myrtle Beach Pelicans, a minor league baseball team here in Myrtle Beach. During baseball season, locals and visitors flock (no pun intended) to the stadium for a good ol’ fashion game of baseball! This family-friendly attraction is a must-visit while you’re in town.More Info
Broadway’s Celebrity Square is the epicenter of nightlife in Myrtle Beach, home to a huge variety of clubs and bars of all kinds. Sing karaoke at Broadway Louie’s, ride the bull at Rodeo, sing-along to dueling pianos at Crocodile Rocks, get your disco on at Revolutions, or dance the night away to the latest pop and electronic music at Club Boca, Froggy Bottomz, and Malibu’s Surf Bar. Or, if all of those things interest you, spend some time in each for one of the most unique and exciting nights of your life.
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