This is a popular time of year for a family vacation, but what do you do when your kids inevitably tire of the beach? You take them to one of these fun and nearby attractions:

Family Kingdom:  There’s a water park and tons of rides for kids (and adults) of all ages. All-day, unlimited wristbands start at $19 for the water park and $25 for the amusement park.  The park has limited hours in April, and opens full time in May.

Pirates Voyage: It’s like Medieval Times, but with pirates. Enjoy a five-course feast (vegetarian options are available) while watching two rival pirate crews battle each other to the death. The show is complete with live animals and a brand-new score written by singer (and franchise owner) Dolly Parton.  Ages 12 and up; tickets start at $24 for kids and $48 for adults.

 SkyWheel: See the best of Myrtle Beach by taking a ride on the SkyWheel. Located along the Oceanfront Boardwalk, this would make a great after-dinner or end-of-day activity. The flight is only 10–12 minutes long; perfect for kids with short attention spans. Tickets are $13 for adults and $9 for kids, and they do offer senior and military discounts.

Myrtle Beach Pelicans baseball: Minor league baseball is always a low-stress, enjoyable activity.  Most people are there to relax, eat a hotdog and just enjoy the game. Buy tickets online before your trip; they start at just $11 for April and May.

Myrtle Waves: You can never have enough waterpark options during the warmer months, and Myrtle Waves is a local favorite. They have water rides, slides and rafting, as well as several pools designed for toddlers and younger children. The park opens for the season May 19.

Have questions or need help buying tickets for your upcoming North Myrtle Beach trip? Give us a call at 888-488-8588.



 

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