Myrtle Beach, S.C.

102 THINGS TO DO IN MYRTLE BEACH
70. Gift Shops

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Gift Shops

The beach is such a happy place, you’ll want to take a piece home to share. Area shops offer unique gifts to share your beach memories with friends and loved ones. From the light-hearted and silly to the sentimental, you’ll find the perfect gift to remember your time in Myrtle Beach at one of these great stores.

Gay Dolphin

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The famous Gay Dolphin Gift Cove has been delighting Myrtle Beach visitors since 1946. Located in the heart of the beach on the Myrtle Beach Boardwalk, the Gay Dolphin offers more than 70,000 items for sale. From shark’s teeth to Hummel figures, the Gay Dolphin truly has something for everyone. The Gay Dolphin is open year-round with extended hours during the summer season.

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Lazy Gator

Now with two locations, the original Lazy Gator is in Murrells Inlet across from the Marshwalk. It’s easily recognized by its wrap-around porch lined with rocking chairs, perfect for being a little … well, lazy. The shop is full of unique gifts, including gourmet sauces and dips, local art, home decor, jewelry, Christmas ornaments, seashells and tons more. The Lazy Gator also sells well-known brands like Vera Bradley, Tervis and Salt Life. The store’s second location is at The Market Common.

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Callahan's of Calabash

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A little off the beaten path for Myrtle Beach visitors, Calabash, N.C., is home to some of the world’s best seafood and a pretty darn cool gift shop. Callahan’s of Calabash features 35,000 square feet of nautical gifts, tasty gourmet selections and a huge array of Christmas ornaments. Callahan’s — located on the same corner since 1975 — is as much of a staple in Calabash as the fried flounder. Both are worth the drive.

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Pawleys Island Hammock Shops

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The 21st Century-version of The Hammock Shops features over 20 boutique stores, offering shoppers and browsers a wide variety of clothing, jewelry, accessories, shoes, candles, local foods, seasonal collectibles, fine wines, imported olive oil, home décor, souvenirs, sweets, bird houses, children’s books and games, and more.

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The Mole Hole

A Grand Strand favorite since 1978, this gift shop is full of unique items for those on your list that are hard to shop for. But that doesn’t mean you can’t pick out something for yourself, too. With locations at Broadway at the Beach and Barefoot Landing, The Mole Hole features Swarovski crystal, Pandora jewelry, Porter Music Boxes, Spartina 449 handbags, oil lamps, candles, and many more.

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Christmas Mouse

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Everyone has that one Christmas tree ornament that they look forward to hanging every year, the one that mingles in your memory with everything else from the holiday season. So why not take a shot at giving a special ornament to someone, maybe one that will stick in their mind for years to come? Barefoot Landing’s Christmas Mouse is the perfect place to go for such an item.

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