Located on Highway 17 between 21st and 20th St North, Broadway at the Beach is a must-see for Grand Strand visitors. There ... More
Broadway at the Beach
Located on Highway 17 between 21st and 20th St North, Broadway at the Beach is a must-see for Grand Strand visitors. There are over 100 specialty shops selling everything from T-shirts to fine jewelry. Over 20 restaurants feature all kinds of food, from hamburgers to great local seafood. The site contains a 23-acre lake surrounded by boardwalk, making it a great place to stroll on a sunny day or balmy evening. Free wheelchairs are available at the visitor's center.
took my fist vacation ever at broadway,unbeleivable, I loved it! so much so I plan on going every march(not to cold,not to hot in march) you have got to chech out the KISSCOFFEEHOUSE! so many things to do. was great to get away from everyday headaches.
My wife and I have been going to Broadway at the beach for six years and it's always the high point of our yearly visits to South Carolina. The restaurants have consistantly been a special draw along with Celebrity Square. Being Irish I especially enjoy Blarney Stone's along with the music at Froggy Bottomz. There is an atmosphere of "Disney" without the cost! Plenty of entertainment for the whole family. We are in our senior years but feel like kids again walking the broadwalks and experiencing the many shops. Lunch at Jimmy Buffet's is a must and evening cocktails at the ajoining lighthouse bar is as tropical as it gets.
If you are a first time visitor make sure you check the show specials at the Palace Theater. We are totally hooked on the entertaining quality shows they consistanly present. We can't wait to see the Le Grande Cirque, many of our friends have told us it's absolutely a must. We also recommend staying in one of the many ajacent hotels to Broadway. We walk right from the boardwalks to our room. Broadway is also located just a short drive to one af many public ocean beach access sites. Going to Myrtle Beach wouldn't be the same without taking in Broadway...trust me!
loved feeding the huge large mouth bass,the shops were beautifully done and the bears to make shop wow wish they had that when i was lil ,food was delicious,just was a great time all away around ,cant wait to go back ..
This place is awesome. From the many many shops to all the great resturaunts it is a must see stop if you visit Myrtle Beach. It's a wonderful way to spend an evening off the strip and just settle in for a relaxing walk around the park. Check out the website for more information. This place is awesome!!!
This is a great place to see a little of everything in one location. My only complaint has nothing to do with the actual place, the heat! it was blazin hot and you are walking outside, so wait until sunset and then go check it out. Luckily all the stores keep the AC pumping so you can get a break from the heat. Lots of different stores, entertainment, good restaurants.. lots of fun for everyone. This was probably the highlight of our trip to myrtle beach.
It seems like most of the shops here are chains that you can find nearly everywhere (sunglass hut, build-a-bear, coldstone, etc). There are a few unique shops but they seem to be swallowed up by the others. Fun to go walking around in the evening when most of the crowds are gone and you can enjoy a nice stroll. Something for everyone to do or shop at.
I've been going to Myrtle Beach for vacations for over 20 years now..and I'd have to say that my last trip this past New Years was one of the best. Went there with a couple of my friends and we had a blast in the night life area. Wanting to and will be doing it all over again this year...can't wait. People are so friendly and easy to get along with..makes me wanna move.
There is a never-ending amount of things to do here. We stayed at the Hampton Inn which is right in the Broadway at the Beach complex and very convenient to walking to everything. We especially enjoyed the new MagiQuest. It's an indoor interactive game where you go on quests and adventures. Would be good for ages 6 (with help) on up through adults.
The aquarium is very nice with an underwater tunnel to view the sharks. The AdventureIn has an exhibit now to learn about the Hunley submarine from the Civil War - very good.
We ate at Margaritaville, the Crab Shack, Hard Rock Cafe (decorated in Egyptian Style), and the Liberty Steak House - ALL very good meals and lots of fun!
There is an abundance of great shopping retailers, too.
There is a terrific miniature golf place, very nicely kept. If you want to fill some time there is a large movie theater, too. The Imax theater show movies all day.
The beach is only a few blocks away, it wasn't crowded and the water was at least 85 degrees.
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