The Best Myrtle Beach Activities for Kids

Do you live in Myrtle Beach, or are you planning to visit the area? If you have kids, you’ll want to know about these fun activities:
Ripley’s Believe It Or Not Odditorium
Located at 901 N. Ocean Boulevard, Ripley’s Odditorium is as much fun for adults as it is for kids. Boasting more than 200 amazing exhibits and astonishing artifacts, the Odditorium showcases some of Robert Ripley’s most weird and stunning collectibles.

Ripley’s Haunted Adventure
Some kids simply love to be scared, especially when there’s a trusted grownup around to protect them. Ripley’s Haunted Adventure serves up devilish good fun from noon to 11 p.m. Sunday through Thursday, and from 10 a.m. to midnight on Friday and Saturday.

If your kids are Harry Potter fans, they’re going to love waving a magic wand to activate exhibits and adventures. When a child duels with the dragon, they can take their wand home to keep the adventure going. Find MagiQuest at Broadway at the Beach, 1185 Celebrity Circle in Myrtle Beach.

Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament
Travel back in time to days of yore, when you and your kids dive into a scrumptious meal at Medieval Times restaurant. Utensils are not allowed at the knight’s table, so be ready to eat with your hands. Of course, plenty of napkins are provided. Medieval Times is located at 2904 Fantasy Way. Reservations are not required.

Wonder Works
Touted as “a museum for the mind,” Wonder Works offers laser tag, climbing walls, a ropes course and a roller coaster simulator that will keep your active kids entertained for hours. Wonder Works also boasts a hurricane shack, a 360-degree bike game and more than 100 intelligent, hands-on exhibits. Find Wonder Works at 1313 Celebrity Circle.

Broadway Grand Prix Family Race Park
Grand Prix racing is not for toddlers, but kids and tweens have a great time zipping around the track in their very own race car. If your teenagers complain that “there’s nothing to do in Myrtle Beach,” spend an afternoon with them at Grand Prix race park. You will find the raceway conveniently situated at 1820 N. 21st Avenue.

The beach
Not every Myrtle Beach amusement costs money. In fact, one of the very best things about Myrtle Beach is the beach! Pack a picnic and the sunscreen, and bring along some swim fins and snorkels to enjoy a delightful day of fun in the sun.

About the Author: Gary is a guest contributor from Seaside Vacations, your prime source for North Myrtle Beach vacation rentals.

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