Feeling restless and excited as spring arrives in Myrtle Beach? That means it’s time to get your fill of sunshine and Vitamin Sea! Plan your Spring Break with Brittain Resorts & Hotels and make sure to check out the ‘Top 5 Things to Do on Spring Break in Myrtle Beach.
1. Watch Knights Battle on Horseback
That’s right, get ready to be amazed while knights joust and have epic battles with swords while you feast with the Queen at Medieval Times in Myrtle Beach! There are plenty of thrilling shows to catch along the Grand Strand, whether it’s jamming out the front row to a concert at the House of Blues or being entertained by singing and dancing at the Carolina Opry. If you’re more into live tribute shows featuring some likes of Michael Jackson, the Blues Brothers, Elvis, Adele, Aretha Franklin, and more, get tickets to Legends in Concert. Or check out the latest show being hosted at The Alabama Theatre.
2. Reel in Some Fun
Grab the family and a few fishing poles and get ready for a fishing adventure. Whether you prefer to venture on the open seas in an attempt to catch big fish like Mahi Mahi, Blackfin Tuna, and Sea Bass or simply cast your line on 2nd Avenue Pier or 14th Avenue Pier – no matter whether you catch any keepers, you’re sure to have fun! And for those who’d rather experience up-close encounters with sea life when it’s behind glass, dive under the sea at Ripley’s Aquarium and check out all the marine life that calls their exhibits home.
3. Hit a Hole in One
Myrtle Beach is home to over 80 championship golf courses within a 60-mile stretch of the Carolina coast. Because of the mild weather, spring is the perfect time to tee up and hit the links. Make sure to pack your golf clubs and book your golf package in advance to find the best available rates and to take advantage of savings on your favorite courses. Visit MyrtleBeachGolf.com to book your ideal golf package today! For those in the group that want to hit the links on a smaller scale – there are plenty of miniature golf courses to put around on. Myrtle Beach is known as the Miniature Golf Capital of the World and is home to over 100 miniature golf courses. There’s even an oceanfront one located on the rooftop of The Long Bay Resort! Another great place to practice your short game is the newest addition to the Grand Strand – Topgolf Myrtle Beach. Located right up the road from Breakers Resort, it’s perfect for all skill levels, you can attempt to hit targets to score points as you enjoy live music and upscale bar food and drinks.
4. Dine with Spectacular Views of the Water
If you’re searching for award-winning dining, you’ve come to the right vacation destination. There are plenty of amazing restaurants to choose from along the Grand Strand, including a few located waterfronts. If you’re in the mood for fresh, local seafood and amazing oceanfront views, check out Sea Captain’s House located right next door to the Caribbean Resort. Another spot with spectacular views of the ocean is Tin Roof Myrtle Beach where you can enjoy Southern Inspired ‘Better than Bar Food’ and live music nightly. Or if you’ve built up an appetite from shopping at Barefoot Landing, stop in Lucy Buffett’s LuLu’s North Myrtle Beach. Not only does the menu have something for everyone (it offers gluten-free options and is allergy friendly) – but there’s plenty of entertainment for the kids with a giant sandpit and a Mountain of Youth ropes course. Another delicious waterfront spot at Barefoot Landing is Taco Mundo Kitchen y Cantina – a new restaurant that features an assortment of Mexican fare.
5. Put the Pedal to the Metal
Located right across from Broadway at the Beach, Broadway Grand Prix features seven unique go-kart tracks that make it the perfect place for the family to race. There’s also a rock wall to climb, two 18-hole mini golf courses, and a huge arcade. Afterward, race over to Broadway at the Beach to continue the fun. Broadway at the Beach is your one-stop shop for shopping, entertainment, and dining. If driving in the slow lane is more your speed, check out the Franklin G. Burroughs-Simeon B. Chapin Art Museum or head down to Brookgreen Gardens in Murrells Inlet to venture around their sculpture garden and visit the Lowcountry petting zoo.
Spring in Myrtle Beach means the weather is warming up … and for Brittain Resorts & Hotels it means deals on oceanfront rooms are getting hotter!