With its subtropical climate and an average of 215 annual days of sunshine, Myrtle Beach isn’t often a place where visitors have to worry about braving the cold weather. But it does happen on occasion. Fortunately, though, even on those rare frigid days on the Grand Strand, there are plenty of ways to find some fun in the area without having to endure the heavy winter wear.
Looking for cold-day activities during your offseason getaway in the Myrtle Beach area? Consider pursuing one of these indoor activities that’ll let you leave the bitter air behind:
Few things say relaxation quite like a spa day. And when the weather turns cold outside, it’s a great time to seek out some pampering. Of course, you’ll find just that when you visit the Cinzia Spa at North Beach Resort & Villas in North Myrtle Beach, where the long list of services available includes massage escapes, CBD treatments and rituals, manicures and pedicures, facials, and much more.
A chill in the air outside also makes for a great opportunity to head indoors and take in some beautiful artwork or history. Alluring artwork is exactly what visitors will find at Myrtle Beach’s Burroughs-Chapin Art Museum, which is always free of charge to visit and is home to 11 galleries, plus exhibitions that change throughout the year. Looking for a different kind of museum? Head to the Myrtle Beach Pinball Museum to have some flipper-fueled fun, or to the Wheels of Yesteryear Vintage Auto Museum to get revved up about all the classic cars on display.
For those seeking some retail therapy, the Grand Strand offers plentiful options — and cold days provide a great opportunity to seek them out. A couple area options where the deals are hot and the store interiors are warm are The Market Common in Myrtle Beach and the Tanger Factory Outlet Centers (which offers two Myrtle Beach options — one on Highway 17 and another on Highway 501).
Anytime is a good time to eat well. But a tasty meal on a cooler day can really warm the belly. A few great local spots to grab some delicious dishes with a side of incredible ocean views include Wicked Tuna at the 2nd Avenue Pier in Myrtle Beach, the Sea Captain’s House in Myrtle Beach and Pier 14 in Myrtle Beach.
Of course, there are plenty of indoor attractions in the Myrtle Beach area where visitors can escape the cold temps while having some big fun. A couple of prime examples can both be found at Myrtle Beach shopping/dining/entertainment hot spot Broadway at the Beach — Ripley’s Aquarium and the Hollywood Wax Museum.
Ready to start planning your offseason getaway to the Grand Strand? MBResorts’ range of resorts and properties in the Myrtle Beach area is sure to deliver the perfect fit for your next escape to the Grand Strand. To lock in your favorite coastal accommodations, book your MBResorts stay today!