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Things to Do in Myrtle Beach in April 2021

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Whether you want to take a fun family vacation for spring break or would prefer to enjoy a romantic vacation with your sweetheart, April in Myrtle Beach is a great time to visit! Book the perfect getaway and make memories during your next venture. You can, of course, combine all of your attractions with awesome hotel accommodations. 

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Top April Things To Do In Myrtle Beach
Apr 1, 2021 to Apr 30, 2021
Myrtle Beach Dolphin Sightseeing Cruises
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Experience the beauty and grace of dolphins up close and personal aboard the Myrtle Beach Dolphin Sightseeing Cruises! Passengers are guaranteed to see dolphins and sometimes even catch a glimpse of sharks or sea turtles and will have an adventure that the whole family will be talking about for years to come! If the weather is nice, guests can experience marine life brought up to the boat in a bucket! Visitors have seen everything from sea urchins and sea horses, sand dollars and sea shells, sand crabs, shrimp, and occasionally even a species of shark! Myrtle Beach Dolphin Sightseeing Cruises are available in the afternoon or even at sunset and last approximately two and a half hours. Each boat offers amenities such as restrooms, a spacious sun deck, and snacks and drinks that passengers can purchase. April is a terrific time to go on these cruises as the weather is just right! Book your Myrtle Beach Dolphin Sightseeing Cruise today!
Apr 5, 2021 to Apr 28, 2021
Polynesian Luau & Fire Dinner Show at St Johns Inn
Apr 1, 2021 to Apr 30, 2021
Brookgreen Gardens
Your next trip to Myrtle Beach, South Carolina should be in April. This is the best time to visit The Brookgreen Botanical Gardens. The historic gardens are a piece of living history that serves as a cultural center for the area. This 9000 acre garden was established in 1931 and is as vibrant as the day it was built. The Gardens are home to 3 different sections. The whole of the grounds are covered in 300 year old oak trees. The sections are each a spectacular garden unto itself. The Sculpture Garden has over 2000 works by 425 different Artists. It's the largest collection of American sculpture in the country. The Lowcountry Center serves as an entrance to the zoo. The center is home to sculptures and plants. The Native Wildlife Zoo is home to rescue animals that can't survive on their own and The Whispering Wings Butterfly experience where you can get close up and see the butterflies life cycle. The Brookgreen Botanical Gardens are a sight to see.
Apr 1, 2021 to Apr 30, 2021
The Simpsons in 4D
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