Most Instagrammed Places in Myrtle Beach
Myrtle Beach is one of the top tourist destinations in the country, and with Instagram being one of the number one social media outlets, its not surprising that you’ll find photos of fun places in Myrtle Beach all over the social media channel.
In fact, TravelBird released a study in 2018 featuring statistics about the Most Instagrammed Tourist Attractions in the entire world. Out of spots in the United States, Myrtle Beach falls in place as the 10th most Instagrammed attraction with 1,602,759 tagged photos! Just beating out Myrtle Beach at #9 is Yosemite National Park, and landing in the 11th spot is the Empire State Building in New York City.
TravelBird also analyzed Instagram posts of popular tourist attractions in the entire world, and Myrtle Beach placed as #19. At the top of the list? Disneyland, the Eiffel Tower, and Walt Disney World with 14.6 million, 7.2 million, and 5.4 million tagged posts respectively.
While we are definitely thrilled to take such high rankings on these lists, we thought it would be fun to break it down a little more and find out what the most Instagrammed places in Myrtle Beach are. After spending some time researching hashtags of major attractions and areas along the Grand Strand, we narrowed it down to these 10 places with the most tagged photos on Instagram (other than the beach, of course):
*Note: numbers were gathered on June 20, 2019 and are subject to change at any time*
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