How To Have Fun In Myrtle Beach For Little Or No Money

How To Have Fun In Myrtle Beach For Little Or No Money

Monday, June 17, 2013 – by OVR Staff
If you are in Myrtle Beach and need some fresh ideas about what to do, then this article is for you! Believe it or not, there are many fun things in our area that either don’t cost much or are totally free. If being sandy and sunburned has got you ready for a break from the beach, then read on…

Check out a movie under the stars! One of our favorite things to do is to catch a good movie. It seems that the old days of drive-in movie are gone, but you can still lie under the stars and watch a movie with your significant other or your whole family! Just bring your own lawn chairs or blankets and head over to Market Common’s Valor Park. Every Wednesday at 9pm through August, you can catch a flick that’s safe for the whole family. They have vendors who sell beer and wine, as well as an array of snacks, popcorn, and drinks. You can also pack your own picnic, although the park has asked that no one bring their own alcohol. There’s plenty of parking, so come on out!

Visit the WonderWorks Museum. While it’s not free by any means, it’s pretty affordable and a great way to get out of the heat for awhile. There are lots of fun things to do and see and it’s also very educational. Definitely worth the trip if you haven’t been yet!

Check Out Hot Summer Nights. Every Wednesday at 9:30pm, you can see the Grand Strand’s largest firework display and a concert. It all happens at the corner of Mr. Joe White Ave. (10th Ave. N) and Ocean Blvd in downtown Myrtle Beach. The Hot Summer Nights concert series will feature everything from jazz and reggae to country and classic rock. There will also be fun for the whole family with face painting, street performers, stilt walkers and bouncy houses for the kids. It’s all FREE! All the fun begins at 8pm and rolls through midnight.

Broadway at the Beach. This amazing shopping complex and entertainment center has tons to enjoy without spending much. The shopping is fantastic, there are many fabulous restaurants, and the kids can ride the rides at The Pavilion’s Nostalgic Park. You can also take a paddleboat around the lake and enjoy a drink in Celebrity Square.

These are just a few of the affordable options to entertain you and your family while in Myrtle Beach. Be sure to check them out and let us know what you like best! For more information, visit these websites:

Movie Under The Stars at The Market Common

Ocean Blvd.’s Hot Summer Nights

WonderWorks Museum

Broadway At The Beach

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