The Pavilion Nostalgia Park has rides and games that the whole family will enjoy. After a day at the beach, golfing, or shopping this miniature theme-park is the perfect size for an evening of fun without tiring your feet. The rides were originally part of The Pavilion, a piece of Myrtle Beach history, now conveniently located on the east-side of Broadway at the Beach.
Take a spin on the Tea Cups, ride a Pirate Ship, glide through the air on the suspended Wave Swings, or get dizzy on the Caterpillar among others. There are rides for all sizes at The Pavilion Nostalgia Park. Choose your horse, tiger, bird, or camel on the Herschell-Spillman Carousel, built in 1912. Since the 1950’s, generations of children and families have ridden this beautiful antique carousel with hand-carved animals when it was located at The Pavilion and now in its new home at Broadway at the Beach.
Midway-style games await your skill and luck on the main thoroughfare. Try Spill-the-Milk, Bushel Baskets or Basketball Throw or play your favorite video game in the arcade. Take a moment to appreciate the calliope sounds of the German Baden Band Organ. A hand-carved work of art that debuted at the 1900 Paris World Expo!
Carnival food abounds with food and drink stands nestled between attractions. Fill-up on hot dogs, corn dogs, popcorn, funnel cakes and more.
Daily wristbands are available for $22.95 for adults and $15.85 for children. Individual ride tickets are $2.
There is plenty of parking around Broadway at the Beach within walking distance of the rides. The Pavilion Nostalgia Park is open throughout the year with extended hours in the summer months, check their website for exact opening and closing times, www.pavilion-park.com.
Here's some other points of interest in the Myrtle Beach area near this location:
We really enjoyed it . It was great for the kids
Love the easy walking, relaxing
Great place to relax and rest your feet from all the walking around and shopping.
Lot's to do.
Great place to bring the family
Share your experience!
Have you been to Pavilion Park? Add your opinion below: