10 Myrtle Beach Gifts for the Holidays
Are you buying gifts for a Myrtle Beach fan this holiday? Whether the loved one lives in Myrtle Beach, visits Myrtle Beach annually, or just absolutely can’t get enough of the Grand Strand, there are several gifts that are perfect for the upcoming holiday season:
Brookgreen Gardens Membership
1931 Brookgreen Drive, Murrells Inlet, SC 29576
Brookgreen Gardens is one of the most popular attractions along the Grand Strand, and for good reason. This sprawling sculpture garden boasts acres upon acres of gorgeous lowcountry foliage on a historic one-working rice plantation, with stunning sculptures peppered about. In addition to the sculpture gardens and history, the attraction is also home to a zoo with local animals from the lowcountry.
There are different tiers for memberships at Brookgreen Gardens, including the Individual Membership ($65/year), Household Membership ($100/year), President’s Council ($275/year), and more.
Visit the Brookgreen Gardens website for more info about memberships and benefits.
Surprise your loved one with tickets to the biggest event of the year in Myrtle Beach: the Carolina Country Music Fest! 2018 will be CCMF’s fourth year of entertaining country fans along the Grand Strand, and will feature big acts such as Luke Bryan, Toby Keith, Brett Eldredge, Zac Brown Band, Old Dominion, and more to be announced.
To purchase tickets,visit the CCMF website here.
Golf Passport / Gift Certificates
Buying a gift for someone who is crazy about golf? Consider buying a Myrtle Beach Golf Passport for a local or an out-of-towner who wouldn’t mind getting awesome discounts on local participating courses. Local and Snowbird passports both cost $49.
Please refer to the Myrtle Beach Golf Passport website for more information and ways to purchase or renew an existing passport.
If you don’t want to purchase a Myrtle Beach Golf Passport, you can always buy a gift certificate for your loved one’s favorite Myrtle Beach golf course. This can be done by visiting the golf courses’ pro shop and speaking to an associate.
There’s no better gift to buy a Myrtle Beach enthusiast than a hotel stay! Throughout the holiday season, many favorite Myrtle Beach hotels and resorts offer deep discounts that are perfect for a holiday gift! Surprise your loved one with a hotel stay in Myrtle Beach and you will be their favorite person forever — we promise. Check out our hotel deals page to get started on your holiday shopping!
Myrtle Beach T-Shirts/Memorabilia
Your friends and family members who enjoy their time in Myrtle Beach will absolutely love having a Myrtle Beach t-shirt or other piece of Myrtle Beach memorabilia this holiday season!Browse our store for ornaments, mugs, t-shirts, key chains, necklaces, and much more! Or, if you’re in Myrtle Beach and looking to buy someone for your loved one who lives out of town, check out these places to shop in Myrtle Beach.
Restaurant Gift Certificates
Everyone loves to go out to eat, and with so many amazing restaurants along the Grand Strand, it’s not hard to find a good gift for the foodie in your life. There are a variety of restaurants to choose from; ranging from fresh seafood eateries to fine dining and everything in between. Visit our restaurants page to get some inspiration of where to get some gift certificates for the Myrtle Beach fan in your life.
Know someone who is coming to Myrtle Beach on vacation during the tourist season, or do you have a loved one who lives in town and could benefit from a season pass? Season passes are great gifts for those who like to enjoy the attractions in Myrtle Beach such as waterparks, Broadway Grand Prix, Alligator Adventure, Myrtle Beach Pelicans, Ripley’s Aquarium, and more.
State Park Passes
Those who love nature, camping, and the beach will love a season pass for the Myrtle Beach State Park, or Huntington Beach State Park. There are different Park Passports available, including the Park Passport Plus ($99), which allows owners to visit all state parks in South Carolina for free as well as get free entry to special events and monuments. There is also the Statewide Park Passport ($75), which just allows free entry into all SC state parks. And then there is the Inland Park Passpork, which exclude the two parks near Myrtle Beach, so you probably don’t want to opt for this one.
For more information about Park Passports, click here.
Of course, one of the best parts about Myrtle Beach is all of the delicious food. Why not treat your loved on to a local cookbook, such as Bonjour, Y’ALL: Fusion Cooking on the South Carolina Coast by Heidi Vukov, owner of Croissants and Hook & Barrell in Myrtle Beach. The book features recipes from Croissants, highlighting Lowcountry cuisine with a French twist. You can purchase the book here.
Books about History and Lore
Sure, your loved one may be obsessed with vacationing in Myrtle Beach, but do they know much about the history of the Grand Strand? Get them the perfect gift of an interesting history or lore book about the Myrtle Beach area! There are several great ones, including Myrtle Beach: A History, 1900-1980 by Barbara F. Stokes; Wicked Myrtle Beach & The Grand Strand by Becky Billingsley, Lost Myrtle Beach by Becky Billingsley, and many more!