Broadway at the Beach
Myrtle Beach SC 29577
- Mon: 10am-9pm
- Tue: 10am-9pm
- Wed: 10am-9pm
- Thu: 10am-9pm
- Fri: 10am-9pm
- Sat: 10am-9pm
- Sun: 10am-9pm
Broadway at the Beach, located in the heart of Myrtle Beach, is a lively entertainment complex full of specialty shops, restaurants, attractions, and nightclubs sprawled over 350 acres.
Situated around Lake Broadway, visitors can stroll the complex and enjoy over 20 restaurants, 100 specialty shops, and a bevy of unique attractions including Ripley's Aquarium, WonderWorks, Dragon's Lair Fantasy Golf, and much more.
Parking and public transportation to Broadway at the Beach
Accessing Broadway at the Beach is best by car. Parking lots encompass the complex and are free; you can access them from 21st Avenue and 29th Avenue off of U.S. 17 Bypass.
Best and worst and time to go to Broadway at the Beach
Open year round, the best time to enjoy the complex is around mid-morning when it first opens and is less crowded. The worst time to venture to Broadway at the Beach is in the early evening when it's overly crowded and wait times at restaurants are long.
Admission to Broadway at the Beach
Admission to the complex is free; however, some attractions and nightclubs have entrance fees and vary by venue and event.
Must see/do at Broadway at the Beach
All ages will enjoy exploring the various fish and shark exhibits at Ripley's Aquarium, kids will love the Soar+Explore zip line and ropes course, while parrotheads will get a kick out of the hurricane that erupts from the giant blender inside Jimmy Buffet's Margaritaville.
Other places to visit near Broadway at the Beach
The Palace Theater offers live entertainment options and is located adjacent to Broadway at the Beach, while across U.S. 17 Bypass is the Hollywood Wax Museum and Broadway Grand Prix, and just a short drive away, sports enthusiasts can cheer on the Myrtle Beach Pelicans, a minor league baseball team.
Insider tip for visitors to Broadway at the Beach
Check Broadway at the Beach's Events Calendar on their website throughout the year for information on free concerts, fireworks displays and events happening in the complex.
Author's bio: Rebecca S. Robertson has called Myrtle Beach home for the past seven years. She has written for a variety of local and national publications.