60 miles of sandy beaches, thrilling amusement parks, unparalleled shopping, decadent dining and culturally rich roots. Myrtle Beach is an unsurpassed vacation destination, and our Myrtle Beach Best Western hotels place you in the heart of this nostalgic, historic city.
Myrtle Beach, South Carolina is a city that both the young and old will find exciting. Seeing the city by land or sea provides two different kinds of experiences. Stay at one of our Myrtle Beach hotels and experience a city rich with nostalgia and adventure which everyone should enjoy.
Those travelers seeking a bit of history should visit The Pavilion Nostalgia Park. The Pavilion Nostalgia Park is located near the heart of downtown Myrtle Beach. Combining the best of the Myrtle Beach Pavilion's past with the excitement of the future! The Pavilion Nostalgia Park offers a collection of classic rides from the Pavilion Amusement Park, like. The park was recently re-located to Broadway at the Beach, and many attractions of the parks' past have made the transition including: the famous Herschell-Spillman Carousel, Wave Rider, adult and kiddie Pirate Rides, and the Caterpillar, Dune Buggy, Boat and Teacup Rides. There is also a historic German Baden Band Organ for listener's enjoyment. All in all, The Pavilion Nostalgia Park makes for a fun family outing. Still looking for some adventure, then travel on the Carolina Safari Jeep Tour.
Carolina Safari Jeep Tours provide you the opportunity to learn most about everything concerning the Myrtle Beach area. The Carolina Safari Jeep Tours are also one of the more popular Myrtle Beach attractions. Passengers will learn about US and local history as well as the Myrtle Beach area foliage and fauna. The tour lasts about three hours and includes the exploration of salt marshes, a 15th century style Moorish castle, and rice plantations. Along the tour travelers will gaze upon the beautiful Cypress Trees and discover how Native American, Spanish, French, British, Jewish and African cultures became entwined in South Carolina culture. Those interested in learning about what lives below the Myrtle Beach area should look no further than Ripley's Aquarium.
Ripley's Aquarium is located at Broadway at the Beach. Customers move through a clear tunnel while sharks other sea life swim all around you. Other aquatic life featured include: octopus, sea dragons, and thousands of colorful fish from exotic locales the world over. Not to be outdone, Ripley's Aquarium also has a rain forest exhibit featuring interesting creatures and foliage. Those seeking action packed entertainment will not be disappointed with exciting dive shows. Those looking for more laid back entertainment will be happy to know that the Myrtle Beach area is well-known for its many golf courses.
North Myrtle Beach is well known among golf aficionados as having some of the top courses in the country. Included in this list is the Long Bay Golf Club which is a Jack Nicklaus signature course that is often ranked as on of the top courses in the country. Another popular golf course is the Barefoot Resort's Love Course. Pro golfer and Carolina native Davis Love III designed this course and it golfers love it's uniqueness and the fact that its fun to play. Those hoping for a bit of scenery with their golf should check out Tidewater Golf Club. This course is set on a high bluff over looking the Intracoastal Waterway, Atlantic Ocean and several salt marshes.
Myrtle Beach is a beautiful city that features attractions that everyone can enjoy. From riding amusement park attractions and seeing the city in a jeep to viewing sharks swim safely above you and golfing at a 4 star course your visit to Myrtle Beach, South Carolina will be an exciting one!
Begin your search here for more information on Myrtle Beach hotels, or you can read more about the Myrtle Beach area and look for hotel rates at the Best Western Hotels of South Carolina website www.bestwesternsouthcarolina.com. To receive more Myrtle Beach information or to read more about Myrtle Beach attractions and to look for visitor guides visit the Myrtle Beach Tourism site at www.mbchamber.com