Take a trip to Myrtle Beach and enjoy an array of activities, from adrenaline-pumped jet ski and zip line tours, to relaxing spa days and family-friendly shows. Food, fun and shopping abound in this coastal town that’s been beloved by travelers for decades.

Places to Go in Myrtle Beach For Foodies

Ladies toasting at Greg Norman Australian Grille

Greg Norman Australian Grille

Upscale seafood fare and grilled kangaroo taste even more exotic in this family-friendly, authentic Australian restaurant. Sip on wine and savor grilled lobster as you feel the waterfront breeze and enjoy Aboriginal artwork on the walls. Greg Norman Australian Grille is a taste of the balmy Sydney Harbor, conveniently located at Barefoot Landing.

Adventures in Myrtle Beach For Thrill Seekers

group riding jet ski - Shawn's Backwater Adventure

Shawn’s Backwater Adventure

There’s no better way to explore the rich waters of the Atlantic or the nooks and crannies of local river trails than on a professionally-guided jet ski tour. Get your heart racing on a jet ski rental, or relax with the whole family for an afternoon on a pontoon or tritoon boat.

Fun Activities For Families

Kids riding log flume at Family Kingdom

Family Kingdom

Family Kingdom is your kid-friendly, go-to amusement park right next door to the beach. The ocean views don’t get more magical than at the peak of the ferris wheel, nor the hot summer afternoon more cooling than on a splash ride. Enjoy over 38 timeless roller coasters, or step outside your comfort zone on four thrilling new rides.

Places to Visit For Shoppers

Woman in stylish dress at the Market Common

The Market Common

Featuring both artsy boutiques and retail favorites like Barnes and Noble and White House Black Market, an unhurried sashay through the landscaped walkways of the Market Common makes for a perfect afternoon of shopping and dining. Finish the evening at the cinema or bowling alley, or elevate your sensibilities at the art galleries and intimate theatre events.