So you’re taking that much-deserved vacation to the beach and all it’s been doing is raining? No worries! There are plenty of things to do in Myrtle Beach all the time — even when it’s raining out. From the indoor amenities that come with many of our North Myrtle Beach condo rentals to the list below of 25 things to do in Myrtle Beach when it rains, you’ll have lots of choices. Plus, they’re all just a short distance from any of the North Myrtle Beach condo rentals you will be staying in.
25 Things To Do On Your Myrtle Beach Vacation When It Rains
1. Take a drive along the coast and visit all the specialty shops along the way.
2. Visit Atlantic Stage and watch a theatre production in North Myrtle Beach.
3. Play miniature golf at Molten Mountain Indoor Miniature Golf center.
4. Take the family bowling!
5. Spend the day shopping at one of our three enclosed malls at Myrtle Beach Grand, Inlet Square, or Briarcliffe, then stay for a leisurely dinner.
6. Go see “One. The show” at Alabama Theatre.
7. Go to an indoor movie theatre.
8. Check out The Palace Theatre, home of Le Grand Cirque Adrenaline.
9. Visit Ripley’s Aquarium.
10. Power walk through one of the local malls for exercise.
11. Check out MagiQuest, an awesome gaming center at 1185 Celebrity Circle in Myrtle Beach.
12. Drive to Calabash and experience first hand what Calabash Seafood is all about.
13. Take the kids to WonderWorks, an indoor amusement park for the mind with over 100 interactive exhibits.
14. Spend some time in the Garden City Pavilion Arcade.
15. Take in your first IMAX 3D theatre in Myrtle Beach.
16. Visit Ripley’s Believe It or Not, 901 North Ocean Boulevard Myrtle Beach
17. Check out Crocodile Rocks – a dueling piano bar in Myrtle Beach – and wear your dancing shoes.
18. Drive to Little River, SC, and hop aboard the casino boats.
19. Check out the Nightmare Haunted House, 1001 N. Ocean Blvd., Myrtle Beach.
20. Get your pictures taken at Wild West Old Time Photos, 918 N. Ocean Blvd.
21. Stop by the House of Blues, 4060 US Hwy. 17 S at Barefoot Landing, North Myrtle Beach.
22. Visit the South Carolina Hall of Fame at the Myrtle Beach Convention Center
23. Check out Wheels of Yesteryear, an impressive collection of vintage automobiles at 413 Hospitality Lane, Myrtle Beach.
23. Take a ride on the Barefoot Princess Riverboat boarding at 4932 Hwy 17 S., North Myrtle Beach.
24. Take the kids to the Children’s Museum of SC at 2501 N. Kings Hwy., Myrtle Beach.
25. And if there’s no threat of lightning, go take a walk on the beach with your umbrella and look for shells.
With so much to do in the Grand Strand area, you’ll never come up short, even when it’s raining.