Garden City, a short drive south from Myrtle Beach, has been a popular family vacation destination on the Grand Strand for decades. And among the mainstays in the quaint seaside town, Garden City Pavilion Arcade has been providing gaming entertainment since 1969. Located on the main drag next to the original Sam’s Corner, and just a stone’s throw from Garden City Beach Pier, the Pavilion Arcade is a two-level structure with all of the familiar, more recent games on the bottom – Skee ball, Whack-a-Mole, Big Bass, Guitar Hero, Deal-or-No-Deal, racing simulators, a shootout saloon, and other games of chance and skill – and classic arcade games like Pac Man, pinball, and the old-timey baseball games upstairs. As with any arcade, you’ll want to save the tickets you earn to see what you can redeem them for at the “World’s Largest Redemption Center.” So whether you need to kill some time before or after dinner, entertain the kids for a while, or just take your mind off of everything, Garden City Pavilion Arcade provides a tried-and-true way to entertain your family or group for hours on end.
Garden City Pavilion Arcade Reviews
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I love the classic game's upstairs and the modern game's downstairs! I used to come here all the time. I hope I can come here next weekend!
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