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Myrtle Beach is home to over 100 golf courses. Also known as the golf capital of the world, Myrtle Beach has courses that have been designed by golf legends including Jack Nicklaus, Greg Norman, Robert Trent Jones and Arnold Palmer. Both technically challenging and beautiful, Myrtle Beach golf courses are designed to protect the natural habitat and wildlife indigenous to the Grand Strand. So grab your golf clubs and see what Myrtle Beach golf courses are all about. Book your room with us today!

Ignite your imagination

ww-myrtle-logoWonderWorks, located at Broadway at the Beach, is 50,000 square feet of educational fun. It is filled with over 100 hands on exhibits that the entire family can enjoy. You can enjoy climbing through Indoor Obstacles, playing Later -Tag and experience the new 6D Extreme Motion Ride XD Theater. The fun isn’t limited to just indoor activities. WonderWorks has featured outdoor adventures which include a Zipline and Ropes Course. Viking Ocean Front Motel is located just minutes away from Broadway at the Beach, so book your room with us today!

A View From Above

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Helicopter Adventures gives you the opportunity to view Myrtle Beach from above. They offer several tours that range between 2 miles – 42 miles in the air. Tours start at $20.00 per person and up. They are open 7 days a week and you can schedule your adventure online. Book your room at The Viking Ocean Front Motel and stay just minutes away from your ride of a lifetime!

A Birds Eye View of Myrtle Beach

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Located in the center of the Oceanfront Boardwalk and Promenade, the SkyWheel offers a “birds eye view” of Myrtle Beach. The ride averages about 8-10 minutes and takes you 200 feet above sea level.

Tickets range from $9 – $13 and kids under 2 ride for free. You can also purchase a VIP Ticket and view the coastline from a VIP gondola with leather seats and a glass floor. By purchasing a VIP ticket you get a t-shirtt, lanyard and double the ride time. The SkyWheel is open year round and is a great way to view Myrtle Beach!

Book your room at the Viking Motel today!

Enjoy a Day at the Ballpark

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There are lots of fun things to do in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina and seeing the Pelicans play is one of them. The Pelicans is a Minor League Baseball Team with a stadium that seats 4,800 fans. Your group or organization can get a free behind-the-scenes tour of TicketReturn.com Field at the Pelicans Ballpark. Ticket discounts are offered to groups of 10 or more. The Viking Ocean Front Motel is listed under hotel promotions on the Myrtle Beach Pelicans website allowing you to book your room with us from there. So book your room today and come join all 3 Pelicans Mascots, Rally Shark, Deuce and Splash in cheering on the team!

Myrtle Beach State Park

Entrance Sign2- April 2007 LargeA wide, open beach, fishing pier full of anglers and stories, campgrounds in the oceanfront woods, all in the middle of it all in Myrtle Beach.

Located in the heart of the bustling Grand Strand, one of America’s most popular and diverse vacation destinations, Myrtle Beach State Park also is a natural retreat, home to one of South Carolina’s last stands of easily accessible, oceanfront maritime forest. Programming and a nature center offer visitors the chance to learn more about dolphins, sea turtles and the abundant bird and plant life that grace the leafy park.

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Family Kingdom

FamilyKingdomAmusementParkVisit Myrtle Beach’s most popular Amusement Park with over 30 fun-filled rides to choose from! Freefall 110-feet on our newest attraction for 2003 – the Slingshot Drop Zone! Ride our thrilling all-wooden roller coaster, the Swamp Fox and the largest Ferris Wheel in the state of South Carolina. Enjoy a state of the art Log Flume, two Go-Kart tracks, bumper cars, and a historical carousel.

Family Kingdom is located at 300 South Ocean Blvd. For more information, visit www.family-kingdom.com.

The Children’s Museum of South Carolina

CMSC1The Children’s Museum of South Carolina serves the state and local community, as well as visitors to the Grand Strand area by presenting interactive exhibits and programs in an environment where visitors can “Touch, Explore, and Play” while learning about their world. The Museum is committed to quality interactive exhibits and educational programs. With education being the heart of its programs and the basis on which exhibits are designed, the Museum is successfully reaching out to new audiences.

For more information, visit www.cmsckids.org to learn more.

Wild Water & Wheels

slideSurf’s up, so grab an inner tube and ride the eight different Wave types-some reaching 4 feet high. You’ll being thoroughly entertained as you listen to the beat of the sounds blaring from the speakers or cheer for the best act in the karaoke contest coming from the high-tech stage that sets in the backdrop of the wave pool. Fun for all ages. Enjoy over 13 different water rides including Wipeout Wave Pool, Lazy River and our white water express!

Wild Water & Wheels located at 910 Highway 17 South in Surfside Beach. For more information, visit www.wild-water.com .

Huntington State Park

P1080198Atalaya Castle, also known as Atalaya, stands as a monument to the creativity and generosity of Archer and Anna Hyatt Huntington. Archer M. Huntington was a noted scholar of Spanish culture and art and modeled the couple’s winter home in the style of the Moorish architecture of the Spanish Mediterranean coast. Anna Hyatt Huntington was a sculptor and her main studio was here.

Atalaya was built near the ocean in South Carolina in what is now Huntington Beach State Park. The 200 by 200 foot (60 by 60 m) masonry structure was built from 1931 to 1933. Local labor was used at Mr. Huntington’s insistence to provide work for a community hard hit by the Great Depression.

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Brookgreen Gardens

BrookgreenGardensBrookgreen is the country’s oldest and largest sculpture garden where some 550 works of American figurative sculpture are displayed throughout the Archer and Anna Hyatt Huntington Sculpture Garden, one of the most beautiful public gardens in the Southeast. In addition, there’s a Lowcountry Trail with native wildlife exhibits as well as historical and cultural exhibits that reveal the distinctive life and land of Lowcountry Carolina. Tours and excursions are offered daily, as well as seasonal programs.

For more information, visit www.brookgreen.org to learn more.

Alligator Adventure

entranceAt Alligator Adventure you’ll find yourself face to face with nature’s fiercest and most beautiful animals. Located adjacent to Barefoot Landing in North Myrtle Beach, one of South Carolina’s most outstanding tourist attractions, Alligator Adventure is one of the largest facilities for reptile life in the world.

For more information, visit www.alligatoradventure.com to learn more.

Ripley’s Aquarium

photo-1024x682Ripley’s Aquarium is a $40 million, state-of-the-art, 87,000 square foot aquarium experience, located in Broadway at the Beach in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. It is South Carolina’s most visited attraction, where guests are entertained by some of the worlds’ most beautiful, fascinating and dangerous aquatic life.

For more information, visit www.ripleysaquarium.com to learn more.

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