North Myrtle Beach, SC
This is a "must visit" if you are in the Myrtle Beach area. Self-proclaimed “Reptile Capitol of the World,” this is a fantastic place to see a wide variety of reptiles. There are many different types of alligators, crocodiles and caiman’s. Don’t forget to see Utan – the 2,000 pound “King of the Crocs!” The Serpentarium holds many displays of lizards, incredibly large snakes and frogs. Exotic birds such as Kookaburra and mammals also call this place home. Come early to have the best selection of live shows and feedings to choose from. They are available throughout the day.
Located on the West end of Greenville, this cafe is the perfect place for lunch! The menu has a selection of soups, salads and delicious sandwiches and have a kids offering. What they are really known for are their homemade cakes. Their specialty is Sweet Potato Cake, however, their coconut cake has been ranked in the Top 10 in the South.
World of Energy offers interactive displays that explain how energy is created from coal, water and nuclear power. Very interesting, educational and best of all; FREE!
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The World of Energy is located next to the Oconee Nuclear Station on Lake Keowee, just off Hwy. 130 about 5 miles north of Seneca.
Hours: Mon – Fri: 9 – 5
Sat : noon-5
Closed: New Years, Easter, Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve and Christmas Day.
If you love waffles like we do, you will love Johnny D’s. Choose from specialty waffles such as Red Velvet or Cinnaroll or go traditional, you will not be disappointed. Not in the mood for waffles? The menu also includes several Benedict options and a host of mouth-watering omelets to choose from. Simple breakfast choices available as well. They offer a $5 Early Bird menu served from 6:30 am until 8:30 am seven days a week!
“In myth and in legend, the Knight and the horse are forever linked. Few things are held in such great esteem by the Medieval warrior than a stalwart horse, who possesses the bold courage of his master and the quiet strength of his ancestors” (from Medieval Times website). Enter into the castle, and you arrive in the 11th century. Guests cheer on the six gallant knights who are vying for the title of champion. Dine with the king and queen and enjoy a 4-course meal, all eaten without silverware, Lots of pomp and pageantry, beautiful horses and a falcon! Jousting and fighting with sword and shield provide excitement for the evening. Definitely a kids’ favorite!
Myrtle Beach, SC
Located at the entertainment complex Broadway on the Beach, this compact aquarium offers some great exhibits. The centerpiece is the 340-foot glideway that travels through an acrylic tunnel while sharks, stingrays and fish surround you. Multiple touch tanks are located throughout providing opportunities for learning and touching sea life. Lots of add-on experiences such as the Glass Bottom Boat, and backstage tours.
Myrtle Beach, SC
Taking a ride on SkyWheel will provide you with the best views of Myrtle Beach! Towering over 200 feet about the Atlantic, a ride in your own personal car gives panoramic views of the ocean and surrounding areas. Any time of day or evening is the perfect for a ride!
Myrtle Beach, SC
Offering casual comfort food inspired by Wahlberg family recipes. Chef Paul Walberg and his celebrity brothers Mark and Donnie, offer up delicious burgers choices, and other delights (think sloppy-joe’s and mac-n-cheese). Don’t forget a side of tator tots – the sweet potato option is delicious. Sit-down or fast casual, it’s up to you.