There’s a lot of things to in Myrtle Beach. With more 60 beaches, 90 golf courses and a variety of family-friendly attractions, the appeal of this beach destination is easy to see. Entertainment complexes like Broadway at the Beach, Barefoot Landing and the Myrtle Beach Boardwalk attract many visitors, but there are unique things to do in Myrtle Beach. Want to learn more about the hidden gems of the Grand Strand? Read on.
1) Brookgreen Gardens: Say goodbye to the sand and surf and hello to the lush beauty of Brookgreen Gardens. The country’s first sculpture gardens, Brookgreen is a National Historic Landmark and features a zoo, butterfly house, hiking trails and gorgeous fauna typical of the Carolinas. Without a doubt, a visit to these gardens is truly one of the most unique things to do in Myrtle Beach.
5) Inlet Point Plantation: A horseback ride on the beach is a wonderful way to experience the natural beauty of Myrtle Beach. At Inlet Point Plantation you can go on beach tours, beach and plantation combo tours. There are even moonlight and sunset horseback rides available. Plus, the horses are well-trained and suitable for novice riders.
Add any of these unique things to do in Myrtle Beach to your itinerary for a different look at the Grand Strand.
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