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Year-Round Attractions Near Captain’s Quarters Resort
Most guests are familiar with the draw of visiting Myrtle Beach during the prime beach season, but few are aware of the vast amount of attractions that stay open throughout the year. Snowbirds and holiday patrons will certainly find plenty to do near Captain’s Quarters Resort to keep your itinerary full! Check out some of our guest favorites:
Ripley’s Aquarium | Broadway at the Beach | (843) 448-2331
The Ripley’s Aquarium is consistently rated as one of the top attractions in Myrtle Beach – and it’s not hard to see why! This spacious two-story aquarium offers more than 15 unique nautical exhibits, in addition to an on-site café, gift shop, and interactive discovery center. Find familiar species at Rainbow Rock, get up close and personal with sharks at the Dangerous Reef, and hold live stingrays at the Ray Bay. The Ripley’s Aquarium is the perfect place for families, groups, and couples alike. Call (843) 448-2331 for more information.
Hollywood Wax Museum | Highway 17 Bypass | (843) 444-0091
The Hollywood Wax Museum is a recent addition to the Myrtle Beach attraction lineup and has quickly made a name for itself. This single building is actually home to three unique attractions which can be enjoyed for one ticket price or individually. The main draw, the wax museum, is home to all of your Hollywood favorites including Marilyn Monroe, Brad Pitt, Johnny Depp, Julia Roberts, and the king himself – Elvis. Other attractions include Hannah’s House of Mirrors and Breakout, a zombie apocalypse experience. Call (843) 444-0091 for more information.
Palace Theatre | Broadway at the Beach | (843) 448-0588
Palace Theatre, known for their lively magic show offered throughout the summer, shifts gears for the off-season and embraces the sights and sounds of the 1960’s. Fans of this era will certainly enjoy Hot Jersey Nights and Hot Jersey Nights Christmas Special, offered through the end of the year. Both shows offer authentic costumes, some of the most talented performers along the east coast, and the ear-pleasing music of Frankie Vallie and the Four Seasons. The Christmas special, offered in November and December, will also incorporate classic and contemporary holiday favorites. Call (843) 448-0588 for more information.
Stone Theatres | Market Common | (843) 315-2991
Nothing says “cool weather” quite like a trip to the movie theatre and lucky for you Stone Theatres is located right up the road at Market Common. This theatre is a popular spot for visitors and locals alike and offers 14 spacious theatres for your viewing pleasure. Visitors can expect a wide selection of all of the most-recent movie selections in addition to quick, friendly service at the snack counter. Stone Theatres at Market Common is the perfect spot for a casual afternoon matinee or the tail end of a dinner and move night out on the town. Call (843) 315-2991 for more information.
Myrtle Beach Boardwalk
Don’t let the cool weather get you down! Bundle up and enjoy a scenic stroll along the Myrtle Beach Boardwalk. This oceanfront path is just over a mile long and is lined with plenty of exciting attractions and restaurants to keep you busy. Enjoy souvenir or gift shopping at one of the many local vendors, stop in one of the arcades to connect with your inner child, or stop by one of downtown’s attractions like the Ripley’s Museum or Fun Plaza Family Fun Center. Guests can also refuel at one of the boardwalk’s many oceanfront eateries like Bandito’s Cantina, Pier House, Moe Moon’s, or LandShark Bar & Grill – to name a few. A trip to the Myrtle Beach Boardwalk offers plenty of fun for all ages!