15 Free Things to Do In Myrtle Beach
You don’t have to spend a ton of money to have a great time in Myrtle Beach. Here are just a few of the fun things you can do that are totally free:
1. Build a sandcastle.
You don’t even need to spend cash on sandcastle building toys. Make do with leftover fast-food cups, and a large serving spoon.
2. Walk Myrtle Beach’s Oceanfront Boardwalk & Promenade,
It’s more than a mile of scenic strolling.
3. Get up early and watch the sunrise.
There are few better ways to start your day than to watch the sun come up over the ocean.
4. Visit the Franklin G. Burroughs – Simeon B. Chapin Art Museum.
Donations are welcome, but there’s no charge to visit.
5. Head down to Murrells Inlet and enjoy the MarshWalk.
More scenic strolling can be found in this charming fishing village.
6. Enjoy free concerts in the summer at Hot Summer Nights.
There’s almost always something fun going on at night on the Boardwalk, and all summer there’s free entertainment every single night.
7. Wave hop!
Get in the water and see who in your family can jump over the waves the best. Make sure to award points for style.
8. Enjoy Grand Park at The Market Common.
Right across the road from The Market Common is a great park with a kids’ play area, walking paths and more.
9. People watch at Broadway.
Seriously. Just walk around Broadway at the Beach and take in the sights and sounds. There’s often free entertainment, and we don’t just mean the performers.
10. Visit the South Carolina Hall of Fame.
Learn more about famous locals at our Hall of Fame from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily; located at the Myrtle Beach Convention Center.
11. Take a trip to Conway.
Just 20 minutes from Myrtle Beach, Conway is one of the oldest towns in South Carolina, established in 1734. The Riverwalk is lovely, and there are often free festivals downtown throughout the year.
12. Check out the Alligator Adventure Marshwalk.
Head to Barefoot Landing and take a self-guided tour along the boardwalk that’s behind the House of Blues to see alligators and wildlife.
13. Hunt for seashells.
After a storm and early morning are two great times to go.
14. Visit Heritage Shores Nature Preserve.
Acres of walking paths plus gorgeous scenery in the Cherry Grove marsh.
15. Checkout Warbird Park.
Pay tribute to the men and women of the US Air Force, which had a base in Myrtle Beach for nearly 40 years. Check out the military aircraft on display and the Wall of Service.
And that’s just a start. There’s also plenty to do right here onsite at Palmetto Shores, including hang out at the pool all, relax on the beach … the budget-friendly options are practically endless!
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