Music, Asian-inspired tea, rich history, fishing and…sloths? There’s always something exciting to explore in North Myrtle Beach. Next time you’re in town, be sure to check out these newest additions to our community!

Make your vacation ICONIC

Play me some mountain music…and more! As Alabama Theatre celebrates its 30th anniversary in the Grand Strand, they are offering their guests a brand new show, ICONIC. This show brings all new music, costumes, and dance moves to North Myrtle Beach. With trending songs from every decade, there is something for everyone to hum along and tap their toes to. 

Celebrate being at the beach with stunning visuals, a state-of-the-art video wall, and an all new set with the Alabama Theatre.

Take a pause and refresh at the Cha House

What’s better than a nice cup of tea by the ocean? (p.s. – This is a trick question) 

Tea lovers will be more than thrilled to welcome the Cha House to North Myrtle Beach. This Asian-inspired tea house, which first opened its doors in Raleigh, has now set up shop for its newest location right here in North Myrtle Beach. While you’re there, try the brown sugar boba tea or a Pink Lady, a non-caffeinated beverage made of their homemade limeade and frozen strawberry puree. Hungry? Grab some snackable chicken and waffles or opt for something sweet like shaved ice, where you choose the flavor, topping and drizzle! Yum!

A stroll on memory lane...

Whether you are a local or just visiting, the North Myrtle Beach Area Historical Museum offers a fun and educational look into the community of North Myrtle Beach.

The museum has a focus on the first inhabitants of the area and the growth of tourism. Currently, you can explore and even become a part of the “North Myrtle Beach Celebrating 50 Years with images of the people, businesses, and the beach communities,” exhibit, where citizens with deep connections to the area and memorabilia can contribute.

Cherry Grove Pier

Polish off your fishing rods, the Cherry Grove Pier is set to reopen soon after recovering from Hurricane Ian. With a full bait, tackle, gift shop, and restaurant on the pier, you have everything you could need. Fishing at Cherry Grove Pier is a great opportunity to clear the mind or bring a family together; no fishing license required!

Don't forget to sloooow down!

Take things slow this vacation, but don’t forget to hang out at Myrtle Beach’s Ripley Aquarium this spring. Late spring brings some laid-back visitors with the installation of the new Sloth Valley.

In Sloth Valley, you can get to know and come face to face with two-toed sloths. The exhibit highlights a species that are not only loveable, but the most vulnerable. Come to the exhibit and follow the Ripley’s Aquarium at Myrtle Beach on social media on how to help conservation efforts from home.

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