Winter is a great time to visit Myrtle Beach! With seasonal temperatures hovering around 60 degrees (on average), smaller crowds, and lots of things to do, it is easy to have a magical winter in Myrtle Beach! Here are 5 of our favorite ways to spend a winter day in the Grand Strand.
1. Meet Your Favorite Animals
Visit Ripley's Aquarium for some indoor fun with marine animals or encounter exotic animals at Alligator Adventure.
2. Shop Until You Drop
Myrtle Beach is home to an assortment of awesome shopping centers. Check out The Market Common for charming boutiques and upscale stores, The Hammock Shops Village for one-of-a-kind finds, Coastal Grand Mall for your mall favorites, Barefoot Landing for the perfect blend of retail and entertainment, or Broadway at the Beach for oceanside staples like surf retailers and fudge shops.
3. Visit a Kid-Friendly Museum
WonderWorks is full of mind-bending fun. If you're traveling with younger kids, then you should check out Edventure, which is a children's museum that encourages play. At the Hollywood Wax Museum, you can meet wax versions of your favorite celebrities! There's also LW Paul Living History Farm, where kids can participate in live historic demonstrations.
4. Catch a Show
Have an evening of exciting entertainment! Catch a show at Alabama Theatre or The Carolina Opry. For spot-on tribute shows, check out GTS Theatre.
5. Walk on the Beach
Beach walks are better with smaller crowds. Go for a stroll on scenic Hunting Beach State Park or serene Cherry Grove Beach.
What's your favorite way to spend a winter day in Myrtle Beach?