A world of fun forall the family, this vast amusement complex offers seemingly endless optionsfor dining, entertainment and shopping.
Broadwayat the Beach is a sprawling, family-friendly entertainment center set aroundLake Broadway.
The complex attractsmillions of visitors each year, including both locals and tourists. Constructedin 1996, it was originally planned as a center built around movie theaters.Although there are two cinemas on site, one of which is an IMAX Theater,Broadway at the Beach has expanded to incorporate a wide range of amenities andattractions.
The complex is aperfect outing for rainy days, as many of the attractions are indoors. There’sa lot of ground to cover, so wear comfortable shoes and allow plenty of time toexplore the many activities.
Explore the differentareas, such as Heroes Harbor and Caribbean Village. If you’re visiting withkids, check out Ripley's Aquarium. MagiQuest is also greatfamily fun, offering a fantasyland with a live action role-playing game.
Manyof the areas feature a mix of places to shop, eat and play. Browse the array ofindependent stores throughout these areas and you’re sure to find travelsouvenirs and unusual holiday gifts. Celebrity Square is the center fornightlife and entertainment and stays lively until late.
Enjoy coffee, candyor ice cream from the many vendors or cafés around the complex. There areplenty of great restaurant dining options too, including Hard Rock Café andPlanet Hollywood.
Entryto Boardwalk on the Beach is free, with ticket prices varying for individualattractions. The complex is just a short drive east from downtown Myrtle Beachand there is free parking in a large lot. The Myrtle Beach Connector bus stopsat the Broadway at the Beach visitor center as well as other downtownattractions.