Learning is at the center of the fun anchored at EdVenture Myrtle Beach Children’s Museum. Located in The Market Common, all 3,000 square feet of EdVenture is packed with hands-on exhibits for kiddos of all ages.

The popular museum has two other locations in South Carolina, each with a unique layout of exhibits and schedule of programs and events, but the trio of EdVentures are all founded on the same mission to “inspire the joy of learning in children and their families” in a safe museum experience.

EdVenture also aims to connect with the communities they serve through family support and business partnerships. Located near the best Myrtle Beach Resorts such as Compass Cove and Paradise Resort, EdVenture’s support comes from the Myrtle Beach Air Force Base Redevelopment Authority, Pittsburgh Institute of Aeronautics, and Publix, which reflects in the hands-on exhibits at this location.

Here’s what to expect when you explore EdVenture Myrtle Beach:

Draw Alive

This new interactive exhibit channels your child’s inner professional artist or book illustrator. Kids can sit down and watch their drawings and creations come to life!

Publix Supermarket

Kids will love copying what Mom and Dad do all the time at the grocery store by grabbing a cart and shopping for healthy meals! After, they can head to the checkout counter and calculate the cost at the register! They can also don a vest and work as a shelf stocker or cashier.


For your future foodies, let their imaginations run wild in the café, where they can experience the food service industry through the power of play. It all may inspire them to enter the kitchen and the culinary industry!

Doctor and Dentist’s Offices

Let your kids play doctor and dentist in these recreations of the real thing, learning about health and wellness along the way. The dentist exhibit even features a real dentist chair and tools, and an oversized mouth perfect for practicing oral hygiene routines!

Toddler Beach

Specifically designed for younger tots (ages 3 and under), Toddler Beach will transport them to a beach oasis that recreates the Myrtle Beach coastline. The kiddos will love the endless exploratory and sensory play. Parents will love the safe, accessible environment built for younger minds.

Auto Works

If your child likes to tinker with cars and tools, this exhibit will ignite a mechanical curiosity through a hands-on exploration of the inner workings of an automobile. Future mechanics and race car fans will love getting their hands on Auto Works!

Space Flight

Did you know that the aerospace industry employs a significant percentage of the South Carolina workforce? Blast off into the farthest reaches of space, while learning STEM concepts and aerospace concepts. The Space Flight exhibit features a rocket climbing structure, a mission control station, a flight simulator, airways wall tubes, and much more so kids can reach for the stars!

Wind Tunnel + Maker Space

The Wind Tunnel & Maker Space exhibit features a functioning wind tunnel for flight experiments, and a fully equipped maker space to inspire problem solvers of all ages.

Lite Brite + LEGO Mural

The Lite Brite & LEGO Mural features a functioning Lite Brite wall, and a LEGO Mural masterpiece to inspire creative minds.

More Information

EdVenture Myrtle Beach is open Monday through Saturday, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., and Sunday, noon to 6 p.m. Weekday afternoons are low-traffic times, so if you want to have some fun without it being crowded, that’s the best time to bring your family. You can also find plenty of learning and STEM toys and games in the EdCetera gift shop so you can take the fun home with you!

General admission for this children’s museum in Myrtle Beach is $10, and children under two years old are free. Year-long membership levels start at $149.

After spending the day at the EdVenture kid’s museum, rest your mind back at one of our many family-friendly Condo-World resorts in Myrtle Beach. Condo-World offers plenty of hotels that cater to kids with onsite dining, fun amenities, and cozy accommodations.

By: Ashley Daniels

Where to Stay

Caribbean Resort

Make your next trip to Myrtle Beach full of fun for the whole family! After spending the day at the EdVenture kid’s museum, retreat back to a family-friendly resort in Myrtle Beach. Condo-World offers plenty of hotels that cater to kids with amenities like waterslides, indoor and outdoor pools and lazy rivers, on-site kids’ clubs, and spacious accommodations.