What to do in Myrtle Beach during November?
Need lots of ideas please...
- Anonymous9 years agoFavorite Answer
Myrtle Beach and Festivals in November - Myrtle Beach, South Carolina (SC), USA
Legends in Concert - early November to late December, watch convincing impersonations of your favorite stars performing classic tunes including everyone from Madonna and Sinatra to Michael Jackson and Marilyn Monroe.
Annual Dickens Christmas Show and Festivals - mid-November, having run for over two decades, this event witnesses 350 exhibitors dressed in period costume at this extravagant arts and crafts show.
Veterans Day Ceremony - November 11th, commemorating those who lost their lives in WWI and WWII, with services held at Myrtle Beach Convention Center Special Events Plaza and other places throughout the city.
These great festivals may bring some more interest to your vacation there. At the same time, many activities can also be done all the year round. If you are interested in them, you can take some time to see the following info~~
1. Broadway at the Beach
Features hundreds of unique specialty shops, unlimited attractions...even a 23-acre freshwater lake right in the center of it all. Broadway at the Beach offers an enticing collection of activities and attractions that are always fun, always festive, always entertaining!
2. THE CAROLINA OPRY
THE CAROLINA OPRY, northern intersection of U.S. 17 and U.S. 17 Bypass, Myrtle Beach, variety show. See three great shows producewd by Calvin Gilmore: Carolina Opry, The Carolina Opry Christmas Special, and Good Vibrations. "Calvin Gilmore is...getting Myrtle Beach in tune with the entertainment world," says CNN. See "All That" as featured on NBC's "America's Got Talent!"
3. DOLLY PARTON'S PIRATE VOYAGE
New in 2011: The new adventure attraction will feature a buccaneer battle with a pirate feast and will receive over $11 million in production upgrades. Guests will experience the spirit and swashbuckling excitement of the pirates who called the Carolina Coast home. The Crimson and Sapphire pirates will battle each other on deck, in the water and in the sky above their full sized pirate ships in a 15-foot deep indoor lagoon. Audience members will cheer them on to see who will take the treasure.
4. MEDIEVAL TIMES
2904 Fantasy Way, Fantasy Harbour, off U.S. 501, Myrtle Beach. A dinner and jousting show featuring horse stunts, sword fights and wizards. The founders first launched their unique idea for a dinner attraction on the Spanish island of Majorca in 1973. This imaginative new entertainment spot was inspired by the true medieval tradition of royal families inviting guests to a festival and feast to watch Knights compete on horseback. Reservations recommended.
5. FAMILY KINGDOM AMUSEMENT PARK
301 Third Ave. S., Myrtle Beach. Named #5 Amusement Park in the Nation. Rides including the Swamp Fox wooden roller coaster and a 100-foot Ferris wheel, Family Kingdom offers some of the most memorable and adrenalin-pumping experiences on the Grand Strand. The Water Park is Myrtle Beach's only waterfront Water Park! Family Kingdom Water Park has wet and wild water flumes, (over 100' drop), exhilarating speed slides, intermediate speed slides and a spacious 425' long lazy river with waterfalls.
- contrerasLv 43 years ago
Myrtle coastline is large. not very crowded in September and all of the amusements are nonetheless open. Daytona coastline FL is likewise a constructive decision and basically approximately 2 hours from Disney. Willmington coastline, NC is an incredible coastline section yet with much less amusements than the others. there is likewise Virginia coastline the place you canchronic to Williamsburg section, Busch Gardens, Water us of a us of a, etc. there are a number of recommendations! have relaxing!
- Anonymous9 years ago
= The water should be fine on a warm day i think so do count out the ocean cause thats the main reason my family likes myrtle beach.enjoy you trip.