With many holiday events taking place in the area this time of year we know you won’t want to miss a single one. We have Myrtle Beach condos that will have you close to all the activities in the surrounding area. This time of year it’s a beautiful location to celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ.

We enjoy helping families just like yours plan their perfect beach vacation whether it’s summertime or during the holidays. When you choose our Myrtle Beach condos you will find yourself surrounded by the finest modern amenities. All of our properties will ensure your vacation experience is beyond your expectations. Check out the following events taking place in the area. All are close to the Myrtle Beach condos you’ll be staying in this year.

Murder Mystery Dinner Theatre at House of Blues in Myrtle Beach on Wednesday through Friday, December 28-30, 2011 at 7 p.m. An interactive comedy “Who dunnit” dinner show. A murder happens during the course of your meal and your held in the middle of a murder investigation. Everyone is a suspect. Figure out who the killer is and you may be rewarded! (This event is recommended for ages 13 and up or at parents discretion.) Call the House of Blues box office at (843) 272-3000 to purchase tickets. 4640 Highway 17 S., N. Myrtle Beach, SC 29582.

Brookgreen Gardens Holiday Exhibits is on display until January 1, 2012. Signs of the Season in Flora and Fauna – In the Noble Gallery, evergreen trees, wreaths, and plaques decorated with assorted natural materials, along with vintage carousel animal figures add beauty to this exhibit. Signs of the Season in Art and History – In the Jennewein Gallery, Christmas trees, art, and furnishings reflecting the holiday celebrations at Brookgreen in the late 19th and early 20th centuries are on display. These exhibits are free with garden admission.

Event Summary
event
Name
Brookgreen Gardens Holiday Exhibits
Location
Brookgreen Garden's,Murrells Inlet,SC
Start Date
November 23, 2011
End Date
January 1, 2012
Description
Holiday lights and other exhibits are on display for free with admittance to the park. Display will be up for viewing until January 1, 2012.