North Myrtle Beach Group Itineraries
Morning: Your first stop is a visit to Ripley's Aquarium where the feature attraction is a 750,000 gallon tank that surrounds you on all sides as you move through the area on the world's longest people mover. The tank is filled with 10 foot sharks and other assorted marine life. You'll be able to touch Southern Cow-Nosed Rays and Bonnet-Head Sharks in the area called the Friendship Flats.
Afternoon: Enjoy lunch at any one of North Myrtle Beach's fabulous restaurants!
Evening: The day ends with a fabulous show at Medieval Times Dinner and Theatre. Come enjoy the thrilling action, four-course feasting, pageantry and romance that has made Medieval Times a favorite dinner attraction! See sparks fly and lances shatter as brave knights battle in sword fights and hand-to-hand combat!
Morning: Your second day on the tour begins with a morning of golf at one of the fabulous courses we have on the Grand Strand.
Afternoon: Enjoy a walk on the beach, an afternoon by the pool, shopping or a relaxing nap during your free afternoon. Miniature golf and water sports are some of the great choices.
Evening: Get ready for the Carolina Opry, which has been voted South Carolina's Most Outstanding Attraction and is celebrating its 25th anniversary. It is comprised of all types of dancing and music from Broadway hits and gospel to country to pop. Rounding out the show are performances by a tap dancing team and a comedian.
Morning: A short trip north to Calabash will take you to the home of the Hurricane Fleet to enjoy a Dolphin Eco Tour to a barrier island. The dolphin tour is conducted by a Marine Biologist who will cast nets and crap traps into the inlet and bring up an array of marine life that might include sea urchins, sand dollars, whelks, crabs and various plant life. You'll be able to observe various shore birds and hawks as well as tortoises, dolphins and alligators. Or you could choose to enjoy deep sea fishing with the Little River Fishing Fleet. Your fishing adventure on the boat called the "Pride of the Carolinas" includes an exciting afternoon of fishing in the waters off coastal South Carolina.
Afternoon: Enjoy lunch at one of the 15 different restaurants located in Barefoot Landing, followed by shopping at any one of their 100 specialty stores.
Evening: Stroll over to the backside of Barefoot Landing at the end of the day with a buffet dinner cruise down the Intracoastal Waterway on the Barefoot Princess. Relax on this calming cruise with beautiful scenery of the Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway.
Morning: Housed in a converted Post Office adjacent to the Historic District of downtown Conway, the Horry County museum features monthly exhibits by local artists in addition to its historical and regional exhibits. Learn about what life was like in South Carolina and Horry County during the 18th century with the exhibit, the Colonial Period.
Evening: This evening relax with en exciting night of Bingo at North Myrtle Beach Bingo. They have high roller bingo and everyday bingo. It is beach Bingo at its best!
Morning: Day four begins with a short drive to Brookgreen Gardens located in Murrells Inlet. Now celebrating its 80th Anniversary, Brookgreen Gardens offers exciting new exhibitions, programs and events. Today, Brookgreen Gardens is a National Historic Landmark with one of the most significant collections of figurative sculpture by American artists in the world and has the only zoo accredited by the American Zoo and Aquarium Association on the coast of the Carolinas. Within its more than 9,000 acres are the Lowcountry History and Wildlife Preserve, the Huntington Sculpture Garden and the Center for American Sculpture. Lunch will be available on the grounds.
Afternoon: After lunch you're off to Tanger Outlets for an afternoon of shopping at more than 100 designer and manufacturer's outlets.
Evening: The day ends with a fabulous show at Legends In Concert, the longest running show of its kind. With over 100 rotating acts, Legends In Concert has played to more than 15 million fans in 15 countries on 5 continents and throughout the United States.
Evening: Tonight you will solve a crime, at the Murder Mystery Dinner Theatre. A shot rings out, a body drops, and suddenly you are smack dab in the middle of a homicide investigation! It's a comedy whodunit, where you solve the crime!
Morning: Located in a vast, natural coastal paradise, Inlet Point Plantation Stables features a variety of equestrian adventures to meet a wide range of ages, riding skills, and budgets. You will enjoy all of the fun and excitement of today's South Carolina Grand Strand, and then experience the timeless natural beauty of South Carolina's historic coast at Inlet Point Plantation Stables.
Afternoon: Enjoy an afternoon of creativity at Bluewaters Pottery in Little River, where you let your creative juices flow by creating your own unique piece of art!
Evening: Tonight you will have dinner at the Grand Strand's newest theatre, Pirates Voyage. Once aboard, yer part of the crew! The audience is always part of the action. Pirates Voyage sails on a once-in-a-lifetime junket; sighting mesmerizing mermaids, live animals, and a salty surround filled with dramatic lighting effects, realistic soundings, and powerful pyrotechnics! Amazing aerial acrobats soar overhead! The one-price ticket includes admission, the fabulous four-course meal, the spectacular show, and pre-show entertainment.
Morning & Afternoon: Get ready for a wine tasting! Today will take you on a trip to La Bella Amie Vineyard located in Little River. Taste award winning wines, tour the vineyard and check out their fabulous gift shop.
Morning: Your last day begins with a road trip to fantastic Magnolia Plantation and Gardens located just outside of Charleston. Magnolia Plantation and Gardens, the oldest man-made attraction in America is listed in the National Register of Historic Places and has been open since the late 1860's. Possible side tours include the Nature Train or Nature Boat, Audubon Swamp Garden and Magnolia Plantation House. Enjoy a box lunch on the grounds beneath the shade of the moss-covered oaks.
Afternoon: You've spent a full day at the plantation and its gardens so sit back and relax on the way home.
Evening: Ending out your last day is a show at Alabama Theatre, home to "ONE The Show." This is a variety show featuring all classes of music from Broadway hits to gospel, out-standing production numbers and a hilarious comedian end the show!
We have the following annual events that you may consider including in your itinerary:
St. Patrick's Day Parade & Festival (March)
MayFest on Main (May)
Music on Main Concert Series (May - September)
Sounds of Summer Concert Series (May - September)
July 4th Celebration
Irish Italian International Festival (Sept)
Cruise to the Coast Car Show (Oct)
Endless Summer Festival (Oct)
Annual Intracoastal Christmas Regatta (Nov)
Christmas Cantata, Tree Lighting & Parade (Dec)