Celebrate Dia de Los Muertos at the Myrtle Beach Art Museum on November 5!
The Family Day at the Myrtle Beach Art Museum celebrates Dia de los Muertos, the “Day of the Dead.” People who visit this exhibit at the museum will see a great amount of displays, workshops, demonstrations and events. You can even experience Mexican dancing with music from the Mariachi band and kids will have a great time with the piñata. Every one of all ages will love this great Mexican tradition. Come and bring the whole family for a day of fun entertainment. This is a special event that only happens once a year. Your family will have a great time with all of the great scheduled events that are planned for this fun filled day. While you’re in Myrtle Beach go ahead and stay a few days in one of our excellent lodging options and check out a few other attractions in the area!
You will know you’re in for an unusual experience before you even step foot in the Ripley’s Believe It or Not Museum in Myrtle Beach, which boasts an unforgettable exterior that has the appearance of being ravaged by a hurricane. As you walk through the museum, you will be amazed by the wide range of completely strange but entirely real oddities of the world on display. Make plans to have a bizarrely great time in Myrtle Beach with a stop at the Ripley’s Believe It or Not Museum!
At Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament you and your family will find an exciting time of action-packed combat, skillful horse riding and a filling meal for an all encompassing time of entertainment in Myrtle Beach. Travel back to the days when chivalry stood tall, and decisions were decided on the battlefield. Come experience the international sensation of the Renaissance.
A 750,000 gallon tank, ten foot long sharks, and diving shows are only the beginning of what Ripley’s Aquarium has to offer. You’ll get an excellent view of wild sea creatures from squids to seahorses. Once you’ve had your share of looking at the underwater life, you can check out the hands-on experiences at the aquarium. This is a Myrtle Beach activity that no one in the family will forget.