Ryan Sweezey

Make the most of your Backyards & Beyond Myrtle Beach trip: Broadway at the Beach

Blog Post created by Ryan Sweezey on Sep 23, 2015

Sometimes it’s fun to do something totally unplanned. Who knows what you’ll feel like doing from one day to the next? If that’s the case, the ideal place to go after a day at the Backyards & Beyond Conference in Myrtle Beach may be Broadway at the Beach. Broadway

Advertised as “South Carolina’s favorite Travel Destination and the largest entertainment venue of its kind in the state” on Trip Advisor, Broadway at the Beach would be an excellent destination for the indecisive tourist. There is a huge variety of options in this area, as it is home to numerous outlets, shops, restaurants, bars, entertainment venues, and an array of other attractions. Head on over and take a walk around, take in the options and try a little of everything!

Grab dinner at one of 21 restaurants, including Jimmy Buffett’s Margaritaville, Landry’s Seafood, or Yamato Steakhouse Japan before grabbing dessert at Ben & Jerry’s or The Fudgery. WonderworksTour the Hollywood Wax Museum or see what’s playing at the Palace Theatre. Venture inside the eye-catching upside-down building WonderWorks and exercise your mind in over 100-hands on exhibits.

You can have fun even without entering any of these establishments just by taking a stroll and observing the sights. You may even see some folks ziplining overhead across the lake, which is the centerpiece of the park. Generally, the area is open until 9 p.m. most nights, although hours for restaurants, attractions and nightclubs may vary. Check out the Broadway at the Beach events calendar to find out what’s going on during your visit.

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