Things To Do in South Carolina’s Northeast Region
| Myrtle Waves Water Park – Everyone in the family can find something entertaining in the 20 acres of thrilling rides, tube slides, and racing rivers. There is also a special toddler area, and the newest addition, the Aruba Tuba. Facilities include restrooms, showers, and locker rooms, as well as rental services and plenty of food and concessions services.
Ripley’s Aquarium – Travel through the mysterious ocean without getting wet! The aquarium features a Dangerous Reef tunnel which is on a gliding path, where visitors are surrounded on all sides by sharks up to 10 feet long. Other areas include the Discovery Center, Ray Bay with amazing sting rays, Friendship Flats, and Rainbow Rock. View hundreds of species of marine life and enjoy all the comfort facilities.
Ripley’s Believe It or Not! Museum – Experience a unique self-guided tour through this astounding museum of the weird, incredible, rare, and unbelievable. Tour 12 unique galleries featuring hundreds of amazing oddities from around the world.
Ripley’s Haunted Adventure – Experience the scare of your life with hi-tech animations, special effects, and creepy ghouls who guide you through the frightening remains of the Grimbsy & Streaper Import-Export Co.
Wild Water – Water Race Theme Park – This state of the art amusement park has 16 acres with over 33 rides, a wipeout wave pool, waterfalls, a children’s water playground, miniature golf, and a race track complex.North Myrtle Beach
|Alligator Adventure – Find yourself face to face with some of nature’s fiercest yet most beautiful animals at Alligator Adventure. During your visit you will see many species of alligators in their natural habitats of swamps and marshes. You will also encounter an amazing array of reptiles, lizards, turtles, giant frogs, and exotic birds from around the world. There are live shows every hour in addition to the guided tour.
Barefoot Landing – Barefoot Landing is a unique shopping, dining, and entertainment experience with over 100 shops, 14 waterfront restaurants, and the Barefoot Princess riverboat. Stroll down the landing, which is reminiscent of an old fishing village, and enjoy the gentle breezes coming off the 27-acre lake.
Hawaiian Rumble – Hawaiian Rumble is everything miniature golf courses are supposed to be with a magnificent volcano, palm trees, waterfalls, challenging yet fun holes, and an incredibly fun theme. You’ll receive a great Hawaiian Welcome and a colorful lei when you arrive. Hawaiian Rumble is also the site for the Master’s National Championship of Miniature Golf and the US Open held annually.
House of Blues – Reminiscent of an old Southern Delta juke joint, House of Blues offers some of the best local and national blues artists. A Sunday Gospel Brunch offers local and regional gospel artists and a lavish buffet. While you enjoy the music, you can also enjoy scrumptious dining with dishes like Voodoo shrimp, Tennessee Baby Back Ribs and Creole Jambalaya.