Myrtle Beach Trips from Georgetown: Suggested Itineraries

Myrtle Beach, South Carolina is a resort community located right on the East Coast. Your Myrtle Beach trips will not be disappointing with all of the activities, attractions and shops in this metropolitan area. You can enjoy the city while staying at a Georgetown bed and breakfast, which is just a short drive away.

Medieval Times Dinner and Tournament
2904 Fantasy Way
Myrtle Beach, SC 29579
www.medievaltimes.com

One of your Myrtle Beach trips should include a stop at the Medieval Times Dinner and Tournament. Step back in time as you walk through the doors of this stone castle. Six knights enter the stage to fight for the king's championship in full armor. You will be served dinner on dinnerware reminiscent of Medieval Spain while you cheer on your knight in battle. Ticket prices as of late 2010 are $50.95 for adults, and $30.95 for children. You can upgrade your tickets for preferred seating and other perks. Tickets can be purchased online.

Carolina Opry
8901 Hwy. 17 N.
Myrtle Beach, SC 29572
www.cgp.net

The Carolina Opry is an award winning show that appeals to a variety of visitors. You will be entertained by the music, comedy, and dance of professional entertainers. There is also a light show with laser technology that is choreographed to the music. The show is open throughout the year with adults tickets starting at $32.51 each, as of 2010. The Carolina Opry is just off of Highway 17, not far from your Georgetown inn.

Family Kingdom
300 South Ocean Blvd.
Myrtle Beach, SC 29579
www.familykingdomfun.com

Family Kingdom, a seaside amusement park, is a family friendly place that is also budget friendly. Ride one of the thrill rides such as a roller coaster, ferris wheel or the Slingshot Drop Zone, the newest ride that includes a 100-foot free fall. The water park is across the road, and right on the beach. Experience a thrilling water ride, or relax and enjoy the view. You can get an all-day pass to both parks for $35, as of 2010. Pricing is also available for each park separately, or you can purchase individual ride tickets. Most rides take between two and five tickets. You can't bring food or coolers into the park, but concessions are available for purchase.

NASCAR Speedpark
1820 21st Ave.
Myrtle Beach, SC 29577
www.NASCARspeedpark.com

Add a little excitement to one of your Myrtle Beach trips by stopping at NASCAR Speedpark. The park features a series of tracks that allow visitors to try their luck just like the pros. You drive a NASCAR replica car that is about a half scale version of the real thing. The tracks vary in difficulty and challenge. The park also has other rides and fun things to do. You can ride boat bumper cars, play mini golf or arcade games, and there's even a NASCAR ferris wheel. In order to drive on the track, you must have a valid driver's license. You can get an unlimited ride wristband, as of 2010, for $32 that gives you use of all rides, tracks and attractions for one full day. Be sure and stop in at the NASCAR shop for some memorabilia before you leave.