2018 Myrtle Beach Black Friday Shopping Hours

Christmas is fast approaching and what better way to prepare for it then head to Myrtle Beach for some fun in the sun for Black Friday? Check out our 2018 Black Friday shopping guide! Read More

Tax Free Weekend in Myrtle Beach 2018

In many states it has become common practice to grant a tax free weekend towards the end of summer, and this is the case in South Carolina. This year’s weekend will be August 3 - 5, 2018, the first weekend of the month, which is perfect timing for back to school shopping! Read More

New Additions to Broadway at the Beach for Summer 2018!

Broadway at the Beach, the Grand Strand’s most popular family attraction, is welcoming several new additions this summer. Located in the heart of Myrtle Beach, Broadway has served as the epicenter for family fun and entertainment for over 20 years. Read More

The New Beach Club at the Boardwalk

Myrtle Beach visitors will soon have a brand-new spot along the Myrtle Beach Boardwalk to enjoy waterfront dining and entertainment. The new ‘Beach Club’ entertainment complex broke ground in 2017 and the new tenants will be opening their doors just in time for the 2018 summer season. Read More

Myrtle Beach Area Christmas Events - 2017 Guide

If you are planning a vacation to Myrtle Beach this November or December, you will want to check out the various 2017 Christmas events and shows that are taking place in the Myrtle Beach area - including Murrells Inlet, Myrtle Beach, Surfside Beach, North Myrtle Beach, and even Conway. We've compiled a list of area festivities to help you get ready for the holiday season. Read More

Things to do in Myrtle Beach in August

There are always plenty of things to keep you occupied during your stay at Vacation Myrtle Beach resorts during the summer months and August is no exception. August ushers in the beginning of the end for the busy season, but that doesn’t mean there isn’t tons of events and fun to keep your family excited! Read More

Myrtle Beach News: A Multiyear Transformation Planned for Broadway at the Beach

Broadway at the Beach is South Carolina’s number one tourist destination in the heart of Myrtle Beach. This tourist magnet has been thriving as a premier destination for shopping, dining, and entertainment since 1995. Read More

Top Things to Do/See at The Market Common

The Market Common is a newer district of shopping, dining and entertainment on the south end of Myrtle Beach. Built to have the feel of a New York block, with living above the restaurants and boutiques, it has a very hip urban feel. Read More

Black Friday in Myrtle Beach

Visitors to Myrtle Beach resorts over the Thanksgiving holiday will want to make the best of Black Friday, the busiest shopping day of the year! Many stores open their doors at midnight for their Black Friday specials and stay open for the whole weekend. You’ll Read More

To 10 Things to Do or See at Broadway at the Beach

Broadway at the Beach is a great time for couples and families! You have so many things to choose from to do, that you can spend multiple days getting your fill of all that Broadway has to offer! Broadway is a circular shaped complex surrounding a lagoon, the complex abounds with attractions, shopping and dining options. Read More

Samantha's Guide to Market Common

The Market Common is a unique addition to Myrtle Beach’s already impressive shopping and dining resume. Located on the south end of Myrtle Beach, between U.S. 17 and Business 17, it feels somewhat off the beaten path, but still very urban. The Market Common is meant to have a New York City feel, with apartments and living spaces above stores and restaurants, all connected like its’ own little community. I for one think it has a very chic feel and it has become one of my favorite places to shop and dine. Read More

Top 10 Reasons Why Myrtle Beach Should Become a Family Tradition

Myrtle Beach is known as a family vacation haven and spring break destination and there are many reasons why, but we are going to share our top ten reasons in no certain order! Read More

Samantha's Guide to Barefoot Landing

Barefoot Landing is a Mecca for Myrtle Beach and North Myrtle Beach tourists alike! The offerings at Barefoot Landing vary from shopping and dining to attractions and nightlife. I love going mid-day and enjoying some shopping, staying for dinner and hitting a few hot spots for nightlife. Barefoot Landing is open 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. every day of the week and next month will stay open later. I will take you through a few of my favorite aspects at Barefoot Landing! Read More

Best Hibachi in Myrtle Beach

Hibachi-style dining is a great addition to any vacation. It’s basically dinner and a show as chefs at most Hibachi restaurants prepare your dinner tableside. But there are Hibachi restaurants scattered all around Myrtle Beach and picking the right one can be hard so here is a list of some of the best Hibachi restaurants in Myrtle Beach. Read More

Best Places to Get Souvenirs in Myrtle Beach

Many Myrtle Beach vacationers pick up their memento to remember their trip from the beach. If you look hard you can find plenty of beautiful shells, rocks, starfish or shark teeth that are literally a piece of the beach you can bring home. But not everyone wants to spend time hunting for their souvenir on the beach and some people have a different idea in mind of what they want to bring home. Read More

Best Shopping in Myrtle Beach

Whether you’re looking for souvenirs, enjoy hunting for bargains, or simply want to spend a relaxing vacation day browsing and buying, there’s a shopping center just right for you near your Myrtle Beach hotel. Visit one of these spectacular shopping areas for a little retail therapy, Myrtle Beach style. Read More