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Things to Do in Myrtle Beach May 2021

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May is a wonderful time to visit the gorgeous coastal city of Myrtle Beach, SC. Visitors of all ages will enjoy the various activities available for the perfect summer getaway

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Top May Things To Do In Myrtle Beach
May 1, 2021 to May 31, 2021
Myrtle Beach Dolphin Sightseeing Cruises
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Bring in the warm weather this May by taking a sail on a unique sightseeing adventure. The Dolphin Sightseeing Cruises will last approximately two and a half hours and you are guaranteed to see dolphins. The entire tour is narrated so you will be able to hear about the unique marine life, as well as fun facts about the area. It is a very large boat that has a large shaded area, an expansive open deck, and there is even an enclosed deck that is air-conditioned! People of all ages can enjoy this cruise but it is most popular among children. All you have to bring is sunscreen. There are snacks, drinks, and souvenirs that can be purchased at the gift shop. One of the things that people love about this cruise is the fact that there are bathrooms on board so you don't have to worry about watching your liquid intake while you are enjoying the sites.
May 3, 2021 to May 31, 2021
Polynesian Luau & Fire Dinner Show at St Johns Inn
May 1, 2021 to May 31, 2021
Brookgreen Gardens
May is the perfect time of year to take a visit to the Brookgreen Botanical Gardens, located in Murrells Inlet, South Carolina. Known as a cultural center for Myrtle Beach, the gardens are filled with 300-year-old oak trees, sculptures, garden rooms and stunning flower displays. Covering over 9,000 acres, the gardens feature three sections to tour; these include the Sculpture Garden, the Lowcountry Center and the Native Wildlife Zoo. The Sculpture Garden has both indoor and outdoor areas and features over 2,000 works, the largest collection of American figurative sculptures created by 425 artists. The Lowcountry Center is known for its gorgeous open-air courtyard filled with native plants and wildlife sculptures. Additionally, this is where guests can purchase a boat tour to guide them through the historic rice fields, learning about the history of South Carolina’s rice plantations. The Native Wildlife Zoo is home to numerous animals that have been raised in captivity or suffered injuries, preventing them from not being able to survive in the wild.
May 1, 2021 to May 31, 2021
The Simpsons in 4D
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