Things to Do in Myrtle Beach in April 2023

Myrtle Beach, SC is an exciting coastal city that is brimming with activities and awesome things to do. During your time here, you will find everything from fascinating dolphin cruises to aquariums and museums. Plus, there are tons of entertainment options at Broadway at the Beach. No matter what you choose, an April adventure in Myrtle Beach is sure to be a great time for the entire family. 

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Top Things To Do In Myrtle Beach in April
Le Grand Cirque Myrtle Beach
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Apr 1, 2023 to Apr 30, 2023
The Simpsons in 4D Myrtle Beach, SC
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Bring the whole family to Broadway at the Beach in Myrtle Beach, S.C. this April to see the Simpsons in 4D and experience gorgeous spring weather on the beach with everyone’s favorite family from Springfield, U.S.A. The Simpsons in 4D provides fans the chance to interact with Bart, Lisa, Homer, Marge and Maggie of America’s longest running and much-loved animated sitcom. Watch as Bart gets into mischief, listen to Lisa's brilliant musings and experience the whole Simpson clan up close at the Aztec Theater. Then stop by the Kwik-E-Mart to buy some Heat-Lamp Hot Dogs and Lard Lad Donuts along with BuzzColas, and after that, follow your meal with a yummy Squishee. This is a must-see event for fans of all ages and perfect to experience in the spring when the weather is warm, but not too hot. Be sure to include the Simpsons in 4D in your vacation in Myrtle Beach, and prepare yourself to have an awesome time.
Apr 3, 2023 to Apr 24, 2023
Polynesian Luau & Fire Dinner Show at St Johns Inn
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The weather may be a little nippy in April in Myrtle Beach, with the average temperature hovering around 60 degrees at night so bring a light jacket but a delightful night time activity to indulge yourself if you have never been in the Polynesian Luau and Fire Dinner show a St. John's inn. Created by Samoan Americans, many people who've attended similar Lua's in Hawaii say this show outdoes those shows by a mile. It starts with beautiful native girls greeting the guests with leis, and accompanied by really great live Polynesian music. Dinner starts at 6:30 and usually includes pork and chicken and fruit. The food is not spectacular, but it is adequate. What makes it all happen is the show. From warrior chants, dances, knife-throwing acts, and fire dancing, the show moves on swiftly and professionally. What bowls most people over though it is for a professional act, they don't take themselves overly seriously. The show is full of humor as well as audience participation. And the audience warmly responds. Any time of year is a great time to see this show, but the crisp evenings of April are perfect.
Apr 1, 2023 to Apr 30, 2023
Saltwater Marsh Bird Watching & Eco Excursion
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It’s almost that time of year again! That’s right, time to dust off your binoculars and head to the nearest body of water to get your bird watching on. There’s no better time of the year for bird watchers than May. With the arrival of spring, many birds migrate back north to breed or take advantage of favorable weather. If you’re looking for something a little warmer during May, you might want to visit Murrels Inlet in South Carolina. Named after the mangroves found there, this inlet is home to various birds. Visitors can also explore the area’s coastal marshes and the swamp islands that dot the inlet. The Explorer is one of the best spots to explore in Florida. The Explorer is also known as the Egmont Key Bird Observatory, the oldest continuously operating natural environment lab in the continental United States. The observatory is home to various birds, including the brown pelican, great blue heron, osprey, and roseate spoonbill. Visitors are free to explore the area at their leisure, which means you may be able to spot some local wildlife and enjoy the natural environment in peace. If you love exploring the coastal ecosystems of the United States, then the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary is one of the best places to do it in the country. The sanctuary is home to the most powerful barrier reef system globally. A reef is an excellent place for spotting tropical fish and vibrant coral, and hundreds of species of native wildlife. As well as the reef, there are several different wetlands to explore in the Keys. These include mangrove swamps, salt marshes, and freshwater marshes – which are excellent habitats for tens of thousands of species of plants and animals. Visitors can explore by kayak, canoe, small boat, or simply by walking along the beach. Kayakers are often lucky enough to spot various species that call the Keys home.
Apr 6, 2023 to Apr 27, 2023
Myrtle Beach Area Ghosts, Pirates and Historic Families Trolley Tour
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April is a fantastic time to visit Myrtle Beach, as the temperature is an average 75 degrees during the day, the weather is not at all humid and muggy, and there are relatively few tourists. One of the highlights that many locals recommend is the Myrtle Beach Area Ghosts, Pirates, and Historic families trolley tour. Myrtle Beach and the surrounding area has been a popular source for pirates dating as far back as 1718. In addition, Myrtle Beach, much like Savannah Georgia, has a number of haunted places where ghosts are said to inhabit the locality to this very day. These are two reasons why people will want to take the Myrtle Beach area Ghosts, Pirates, and Historic Families trolley tour. An immaculate, air-conditioned bus shuffles you throughout Myrtle Beach while a highly informed guide fills you in on the local stories. This 2-hour tour is a delight, and also features a short stop at a famous local hammock and weaver shop as well as a stop to Murrells Inlet, one of the most picturesque places in South Carolina. This is a fantastic tour for the entire family so be on the lookout for it.
Apr 5, 2023 to Apr 26, 2023
Early Myrtle Beach and The War Years Trolley Tour
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Those looking to have some fun, whether it'd individually or for the entire family, visit Vacations Made Easy to view the upcoming event venues they offer. With that said, those who live in the South Carolina state may be excited to learn that Vacations Made Easy is holding an event called Early Myrtle Beach and The War Years Trolley Tour, which is the perfect venue for a family-oriented activity for all ages. Tourists will be able to experience all the landmark sites around Myrtle Beach, as this is the perfect opportunity for families to take part in such an activity in April. Considering this is a tourist attraction, it's worth noting that taking pictures is also permitted for attendees, as tourists are allowed to bring camera equipment for their amusement. With that said, more information on Early Myrtle Beach and The War Years Trolley Tourcan be found through this very link.

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