Myrtle Beach Attractions

Whether you’re here on a family vacation, a romantic getaway, or a well-deserved trip with friends, Waikiki Village offers easy access to the top attractions in Myrtle Beach! From fun in the sun to premiere shopping destinations and delicious seafood restaurants, there is something for everyone. For starters, our property is just steps from the sandy shores and gentle waves of the beach. When you’ve had enough boogie boarding and sunbathing, gather your crew for a game of mini-golf, go for a ride on the 200-foot SkyWheel, or visit one of the water parks in town.

Guests wanting a retreat into nature should add Brookgreen Gardens to their agenda, while shopaholics won't want to miss the iconic Broadway at the Beach complex. When you've worked up an appetite, you'll find outstanding restaurants ranging from fresh seafood buffets and sushi spots to BBQ joints and classic southern eateries, all just moments from Waikiki Village. Our retro Myrtle Beach hotel puts you in a prime position for exploring all that our charming city has to offer, so plan your getaway today!

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Ripley's Aquarium of Myrtle Beach

Located at the massive shopping and entertainment complex, Broadway at the Beach, Ripley’s Aquarium is an excellent family-friendly addition to any Myrtle Beach itinerary. Exploring the multilevel aquarium, visitors will discover ethereal jellies, playful penguins, and exotic fish from around the globe. Don’t miss the Ray Bay, where guests can observe and touch majestic stingrays, and be sure to check out other experiences they offer for more opportunities to interact with sea life. When you stay with us at Waikiki Village, you'll be under five miles from this fun Myrtle Beach attraction!

Brookgreen Gardens

Blending art and nature across their 9,127-acre property, Brookgreen Gardens is a hidden gem in Myrtle Beach. This unique property has the largest collection of American figurative sculpture in the country, and guests will find these works of art interwoven into the gardens as well as in three onsite galleries. The impressive gardens include 250-year-old Live Oak trees, a kitchen garden, a Palmetto Garden featuring South Carolina’s state tree, and so much more. Another feature of the gardens is the Lowcountry Zoo, guaranteed fun for all ages!

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