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The Top 5 Attractions at Broadway on the Beach—and Beyond!

By Vacation Myrtle Beach

Broadway at the Beach is a cluster of shops, theaters, hotels and other attractions set on 350 acres and surrounding the 23-acre Lake Broadway in the heart of Myrtle Beach. This $250-million center is conveniently close to Vacation Myrtle Beach resorts like the Palms Resort and is a popular venue for many people on their Myrtle Beach vacation.

It is also home to some of the area’s most popular attractions. So here are the best Myrtle Beach attractions at Broadway that will give you a bang for your buck:

Ripley’s Aquarium is one of South Carolina’s most visited attractions. The collection of giant tanks includes the 750,000 gallon Dangerous Reef, which is filled with thousands of fish of every shape and size, including sharks. Other tanks comprise Rio Amazon, which holds Piranhas, Arapaima and the Red-tailed Catfish, all native to South America, the Living Gallery and Rainbow Rock.

Dragon’s Lair Mini Golf is one of the best mini golf locations in Myrtle Beach (and that is saying something since there are a lot!). You can test your skills against a 30-foot dragon breathing fire and a number of caves and castles. You won’t be sorry you stopped to play some putt-putt here.

WonderWorks is a top-secret research lab that somehow landed upside-down on the top of a crab shack in Myrtle Beach. The lab is full of mind-boggling experiments and exhibits that are designed to both stimulate the mind and spark the imagination. You can experience leaning against a 75mph wind, land a space shuttle, control a fighter jet and ride a 360 degree virtual roller coaster as you work your way around this collection of more than 100 exhibits.

MaqiQuest is an interactive live-action game that lets youngsters (and adults) explore an enchanted fantasy world using magic wands to decide the path of the game. You can dragons and goblins and get help from pixies and wizards. And at the end of it all, you still have your magic wand to keep forever.

Pavilion Nostalgia Park is a traditional amusement park that features a balloon Ferris wheel, Red Baron airplanes, a classic carousel and the Broadway Train. You’ll also find a German Baden Band Organ more than 100 years old, and a Blast from the Past retail shop that sells fried dough, corn dogs, cotton candy, pizza, and much more!

There are also a number of attractions located nearby Broadway at the Beach, while not technically inside the 23 acre lot including Myrtle Waves Water Park, NASCAR SpeedPark, the Myrtle Beach Pelicans Field and The Palace Theatre.

And Vacation Myrtle Beach resort guests can take advantage of the group’s partnership will all these attractions and more! See what kind of deals you can get by visiting our Myrtle Beach discounts page.

So make plan a full day to spend at Broadway at the Beach during your next trip to Myrtle Beach.

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