Retrace the Adventures of Robert Ripley in Myrtle Beach, SC
Since the days of Robert Ripley’s exotic travels, the Ripley’s franchise has long been noted for adventure and imagination, and when visiting Myrtle Beach in 2010 you will be able to share in the many wondrous sites Ripley explored throughout his lifetime through a variety of interactive and imaginative activities and attractions. From the famed Ripleys’ Believe It or Not Museum to newer, lesser known offerings, read on to learn of the journeys that await your next visit to Myrtle Beach!
As the name implies, this legendary museum hosts a variety of exhibits and activities that you simply have to see to believe! From the moment you step foot on the property you will be amazed by even the architecture, which is designed to make the building appear as if it had withstood an earthquake. Inside, you will find everything from model houses made of more than 30,000 matchsticks to an authentic vampire killing kit, as well as a wealth of interactive, optical illusions and more.
Those looking for an aquatic adventure will definitely want to visit Ripley’s Aquarium. The highlight of the experience is undoubtedly the aquarium’s 750,000 gallon tank, home to 10-foot sharks, piranhas and numerous other thrilling animals from the sea. Aside from standard exhibits, Ripley’s Aquarium is also home to a variety of interactive displays including Sting Ray Bay!
Experience the ultimate moving theater experience in a way that only Ripley could present with Ripley’s Moving Theater. Employing 3-D technology with rotating and vibrating seats, you will be completely immersed in any number of adventures, exploring the globe just as Ripley himself did during the early 20th century