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  • 11.

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    4898 Highway 17 S, Myrtle Beach

    Visitors will find a waterfront world of shopping, dining and entertainment on busy Highway 17 in North Myrtle Beach. Shoppers will enjoy browsing in thirteen factory-direct ...

  • 12.

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    1320 Celebrity Cir

    This club was obviously named after Elton John's famous song Crocodile Rock , so it's appropriate that piano music is featured. The catch, though, is that it features ...

  • 13.

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    2310 Highway 17 S, Myrtle Beach

    This world famous store is the first stop on many golfers' trip to Myrtle Beach. That's because it has virtually anything and everything you could want or need for the game. With 86,000 square ...

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    1110 Celebrity Cir

    Ripley's Aquarium is located at Broadway at the Beach. Move through a see-through tunnel while fish and sharks swim all around you. See ray sharks, dive shows, marine education ...

  • 15.

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    232 S Sea Pines Dr

    There are dozens of boat tour companies offering all the same stuff this one offers. But only Commander Zodiac offers patrons the opportunity to say, "I'm ...

  • 16.

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    3550 Ashley River Rd

    In existence since 1676, Magnolia Plantation & Gardens is a journey back through time. Walking along a numbered path, you will find many beautiful cypress and live oak trees along the river ...

  • 17.

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    171 Moultrie St

    Located on The Citadel Military College campus, home to the historic Lords of Discipline, this museum covers the history of The Military College of South Carolina and Corps of Cadets from its ...

  • 18.

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    48 Elizabeth St

    This is perhaps the most remarkable home on Charleston's downtown waterfront. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the Aiken-Rhett House is a revealing architectural portrait of ...

  • 19.

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    1214 Middle St

    Fort Sumter had been under construction for more than 30 years in the December of 1860 when Major Robert Anderson relocated his troops there in the middle of the night from Fort Moultrie ...

  • 20.

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    1998 10th Ave N

    With 30 rides in a 20-acre park, you're in for a very wet, fun day. More adventurous slides include the 10-story Turbo-Twisters and the Pipeline Plunge. For the more sedate, there is the LayZee River ...