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Things to Do in Myrtle Beach, SC in January 2022

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Create an unforgettable January 2022 vacation with a trip to Myrtle Beach, SC! The white sand coasts help to create the perfect destination, as it offers some great fun all year round. Enjoy the Broadway at the Beach shows, take a dolphin cruise, or enjoy the scenery during your time in this coastal haven. Be sure to check out the hotels in the area too, to complete your vacation. 

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Top January Things To Do In Myrtle Beach
Jan 1, 2022
Pirates Voyage Dinner & Show
When the weather is a bit colder in January in Myrtle Beach, guests can enjoy a warm adventure at the Pirates Voyage Dinner & Show. The show features characters dressed as pirates who take center stage and who interact with the audience. There is a lot of music and laughs during the show as children are sometimes encouraged to walk the plank or interact on the main stage with the pirates. The seats in the audience look like those that are taken from a boat, making guests feel like they are on the ocean while they are watching the show. Dinner is served soon after guests arrive for the show with courses served throughout the show. Flags and other items are usually given to children before the show is over. There is a small gift shop on the property for guests who want to get a fun souvenir including a flashlight or flag.
Jan 4, 2022 to Jan 25, 2022
Barefoot Queen Myrtle Beach Sightseeing & Dinner Cruises
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Any time of the year is great for a riverboat tour, but January is a particularly good time to take the Myrtle Beach Sightseeing, Sunset and Dinner Cruise. The weather is mild in January, and the tourist crowds are less. Many locals take advantage of the January lull to rest themselves up from the crowds. The Barefoot Queen in Myrtle beach is a marvelous experience. the meticulously crafted 70-foot boat carries a maximum of 130 passengers, and with two heated interior decks and three outdoor decks, not only is the scenery on the intercoastal waterways fantastic, but the toe-tapping music is a house delight. The January cruises typically last around 90 minutes, which for most people is plenty of time to enjoy a leisurely Riverboat boat ride while canoodling with friends. There is a cash bar available as well as light snacks. And the best part is that the price is very reasonable.
Jan 1, 2022 to Jan 5, 2022
The Carolina Opry
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The Carolina Opry is a live show with country music and dance performances in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. This show is meant to impress and every show ends in a standing ovation. It is housed in the Calvin Gilmore Theatre, which boasts 2,200 seats and has a splendid marble, 2 story lobby. The show is always changing to include some of today's greatest entertainers. One of the featured groups is America's Got Talent semi finalist the All That group, with energetic clogging. January is a great time to get away from winter and take in a unique and fun show. There is also The Carolina Opry Christmas Show with 35 performers, award winning special effects and costumes, 75 wreaths, and at least 35 Christmas trees (including a 30 foot tree in the lobby) in a winter wonderland. The Carolina Opry is handicap accessible, great for all ages, and lasts about 2 hours.
Jan 1, 2022 to Jan 31, 2022
River Island Adventures Tubing, Kayaking and Paddle Boarding
January is a perfect time to plan for some fun in the sun and head to Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, to enjoy nature's playground. There are three main ways to get from the Waccamaw River Heritage Preserve to River Island. The main modes of river transportation include floating along the river in a tube, kayaking or paddleboarding. After reaching the island, there are plenty of adventures ahead. Enjoy watching the wildlife or curl up in a hammock to relax. Picnic tables are riverside for enjoying views of the water. There are tree swings, yard games to play and a firepit. Approximately 48 acres are ready to be explored on the private island. The wildlife on the island includes turtles, toads, egrets, fish, herons, snakes, and depending on the season it is possible to see black bears, eagles, and even alligators. River Island is the perfect outdoor playground for nature lovers.
Jan 1, 2022 to Jan 31, 2022
The Simpsons in 4D
When the weather is just too cold in January, a fun activity that can be enjoyed is The Simpsons in 4D. Guests will be able to see all of the characters from the television series but in much more detail. The attraction is interactive as guests can wear glasses that make it seem as though they are right in the middle of the action. There are usually people dressed as the characters as well, walking around the attraction to greet guests and to take pictures. The Myrtle Beach attraction is one where guests can see the Kwik-E-Mart and the home where the Simpson family lives. All of the main characters including Lisa and Bart appear in various areas of the attraction and often offer a few surprises, such as giving guests a drink or a souvenir. Guests can purchase foods that the characters would get at the store including the famous hot dogs and BuzzCola.
Jan 6, 2022 to Jan 27, 2022
Myrtle Beach Area Ghosts, Pirates and Historic Families Trolley Tour
A visit to Myrtle Beach Area this January will give you a wonderful trolley tour bus experience. The Myrtle Beach Area is a historic place for families to explore. You get to explore the historical sides of the beach and the Spookier as you take a journey through the Murrells Inlet. Your tour departs from the Grand 14 Theater where you board the enclosed, clean and climate-controlled trolley bus. You will take an adventure to the surrounding local stores as you enjoy the history of the city. A trip to the coastal hotspot will bring you into the past and show you the local ghostly happenings. Learn about the pirates that swarmed the coast and the vast history of the Myrtle Beach Area. Quick stops along the way will bring you to the Hammock Village Shop and the Murrell Inlet where you can see local artists and take photos. You can end your trip by exploring local boutiques and eateries later in the day.
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