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Rainy Day Activities in Myrtle Beach

Don’t let a rainy day get you down!  There are plenty of options to entertain your family when it rains in Myrtle Beach. So when those rainy days get you down while on vacation, remember that family fun is waiting inside many of Myrtle Beach’s top attractions!

The Children’s Museum of SC

Let your children touch, explore, and play while learning about their world through the interactive exhibits and programs at The Children’s Museum.  New exhibits weekly! Located at 2501 N. Kings Hwy., Myrtle Beach. This has been a favorite for locals for 20+ years. Visit Children’s Museum of SC Exhibits for updated exhibits.

Ripley’s Believe It or Not! Odditorium

Featuring the largest collection of the odd and unusual from all corners of the world.  See a genuine shrunken head, see how you measure up to the world’s tallest man, and pet a 6-legged cow! Located at 901 N. Ocean Blvd., Myrtle Beach Buy tickets online at Ripley’s Believe It or Not Odditorium.

Ripley’s Aquarium

Experience all of the ocean’s wonder!  Ripley’s Aquarium is Myrtle Beach’s most visited attraction for a good reason. There is so much to see. You can spend the whole afternoon here! Located at Broadway at the Beach at 1110 Celebrity Myrtle Beach. And don’t miss these other Ripley’s adventures: Ripley’s Haunted Adventure and Ripley’s Mirror Maze.


Family fun awaits, with more than 1000 handson exhibits.  Make WonderWorks a stop on you Things to Do list when visiting Myrtle Beach! Also located at Broadway at the Beach.

Break Out

Explore, experiment, and decipher the clues to escape at Break Out in North Myrtle Beach. With 5 story lines to choose from: Red Beard’s Revenge, Serial Killer, CSI, Bank Heist, or the Undead Outbreak Break Break Out will keep you on your toes. Sessions available for adult and kids groups.

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