Things to Do in Myrtle Beach in February 2023

Visit Myrtle Beach during February for an exciting and romantic endeavor! Whether you are wanting to book a luxurious hotel and spend your time beachside or want to catch some shows and get in some shopping, there are plenty of great options for a Myrtle Beach vacation. From Valentine's Day to family vacations, there is something for everyone at this East Coast hotspot. 

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Top Things To Do In Myrtle Beach in February
Le Grand Cirque Myrtle Beach
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Feb 1, 2023 to Feb 28, 2023
The Simpsons in 4D Myrtle Beach, SC
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If you ever get to visit Myrtle Beach, SC there is an attraction at Broadway that you can go to if you like seeing The Simpsons in 4D. Seeing the Simpsons is a wonderful thing to see for all ages, even adults, and The Simpsons is the beloved television show that anyone loves watching and have been on for years. Take a special visit to the Aztec theater, and it's replicated with the Simpsons characters in the theater, that's where the family is at. You are allowed to take a camera in the attraction place. It is allowed to bring one, and you can go to the Kwik-E-Mart and you can buy the food that they actually had on their show, which would be neat to buy their food and will seem so real. It would be so amazing to see your favorite television show character in person. It would be awesome if Bart Simpson would actually talk to people and Marge and her husband. It would be great to see that if they actually did.
Feb 6, 2023 to Feb 27, 2023
Polynesian Luau & Fire Dinner Show at St Johns Inn
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After enjoying a walk along the beach, warm up a chilly February night during your off-season vacation in Myrtle Beach with a Polynesian luau and buffet put on by Polynesian Fire Productions. This mesmerizing show is the creation of a family from the Nu’uuli village on the Tutuila island in American Samoa who takes the audience on a journey through the Pacific Islands as they experience Samoan culture with scrumptious food and traditional customs such as native and hula dances, Polynesian music, warrior chants and fire poi. A live band will entertain the crowd while you enjoy a cash bar and a buffet of pulled pork and tilapia along with other Pacific Island foods. Be sure to experience this unforgettable meal with genuine Polynesian entertainment. Heat up a winter’s night and maybe spice up a romantic evening with a luau that follows the mantra “A ‘ole e ‘olelo mai ana ke ahi au ana la”, or, “Fire will never say that it has had enough.”
Feb 1, 2023 to Feb 28, 2023
Saltwater Marsh Bird Watching & Eco Excursion
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The end of winter means it’s time for saltwater marsh bird watching and eco-excursion trips. Autumn rains have helped restore many marshes in the northern hemisphere, which has resulted in a boom in waterbirds. You’ll find waders, coots, spoonbills, and other birders now rather than hunters lining up to bag a snook. The best part is that the same natural phenomenon is happening right in your backyard. The marshes in your backyard are home to an incredible array of waterbirds. You might even spot rare birds you’ve only read about. Here are a few of our favorite birding, birding-related and birding-related-related events for February 2019. In February, the best time to visit the marsh is in winter. The rainy season has passed, and now it’s the early season for birding. In February, see a variety of bird species, including geese, swans, and other waterfowl. For a fun, educational, and hands-on experience, a saltwater marsh tour is the best way to see the marshes and wildlife. You can spend a whole day in the gardens and see turtles, manatees and different species of birds.
Feb 2, 2023 to Feb 23, 2023
Myrtle Beach Area Ghosts, Pirates and Historic Families Trolley Tour
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The cold wind that blows in February at Myrtle Beach often offers a backdrop for guests to enjoy the Ghosts, Pirates, and Historic Families Trolley Tour. The trolley takes passengers through Murrells Inlet to learn about some of the mysteries that are buried deep inside buildings and in the ground. Guests will meet at Market Common before boarding the trolley. A guide offers details and tells a few stories about some of the murders that have taken place and some of the unexplained sightings that have occurred throughout the town. Guests will learn about some of the pirates who met their demise while on ships as well as those who braved the ocean to swim to the shore. Some of the stops on the tour include The Hammock Shops Village so that guests can see a local artist and the downtown area of Murrells Inlet so that pictures can be taken.
Feb 1, 2023 to Feb 22, 2023
Early Myrtle Beach and The War Years Trolley Tour
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Myrtle Beach is relatively quiet in February which makes it a perfect time to take the Early Myrtle Beach and The War Years Trolley Tour. No matter if the weather is a crisp 59 degrees or on the cool side when you take the tour, this meticulous trolley will greet you to sights you haven't seen or heard about before. Myrtle Beach has gone through many interesting periods of history. In the days of the pirates, they simply hoarded the area demanding tribute from passing ships. In World War II, an airbase was built in Myrtle Beach, used for training and coastal patrols. A grand Pavillion was built in 1949 and a historic band organ and carousel were installed in 1954. The Early Myrtle Beach and War Years Trolley Tour is a great way to become familiar with the local area and is hosted by an experienced and personal guide. The trolley tour is mostly a driving experience, but there are two short stops at the Pine Lakes International Country Club and the Historic Myrtle Beach Colored School Museum. This is a delightful tour to enjoy and in February there are few tourists to compete with.

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