Two people are observing penguins swimming in a clear underwater tunnel at an aquarium.
This is a vibrant aerial view of people visiting a colorful and lively aquarium on a sunny day.
Two knights on horseback are engaged in a jousting match in an arena with spectators in the background.

Activities that Kids Love in Myrtle Beach

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Families just love relaxing together in Myrtle Beach. This South Carolina beach resort town is home to miles and miles of coastal sands, plenty of live entertainment venues, great shopping and dining options, and some awesome attractions. If you are planning a visit to Myrtle Beach with your family, be sure to include some activities that the kids will love.

Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament

The Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament dinner show provides your family with an outing to remember. You will be treated to the royal service right from the start when you are seated at a large banquet table. Guests will enjoy a delicious four course meal served medieval-style without silverware. While you feast away just the way knights and kings of centuries ago did, you will be treated to an amazing show that puts six knights in the center stage to compete for your favor. They will compete in various Medieval-style events including jousting and stunt riding.

Imax Theatre Myrtle Beach

The Imax Theatre Myrtle Beach is the perfect place to spend a few memorable hours when the city has one of its brief rain showers or in the later hours when you need a break from the sun, sand, and surf. The theater features the 3D, larger-than-life movie experience that Imax is known for . There are some incredible educational movies that run at the theater daily, and these help you to learn more about topics like the wild kingdom, deep sea life, dinosaurs and weather phenomena. The theater offers a concession stand and a gift shop to add to your movie-going experience.

Ripley's Aquarium

Then head over to the famous Ripley's Aquarium to learn more about our aquatic friends that live in freshwater and saltwater environments all over the world. The hallmark of this attraction is its huge 750,000 gallon aquarium, which is teeming with aquatic life like a 10-foot long shark, octopus and piranhas. There are plenty of other exhibits and displays here, including the Rio Amazon exhibit, the expansive Sea for Yourself Discovery Center and the intriguing Ray Bay. Be sure to visit Ripley's Believe It or Not Myrtle Beach Museum too! 

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