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Myrtle Beach, South Carolina (WBTW) — From sea views to promenades and piers, white sand beaches, and nature trails through oak trees, there are plenty of opportunities for new photos to fill your feed.
And to be honest, isn’t it half the point of vacation to get a new profile picture anyway?
But Myrtle Beach is more than just a white sand beach or a crowded tourist attraction. Whether you’re a local, a veteran visitor, or a fresh tourist on your first trip to the area, we’ve collected some of the best spots for Gram.
Here are some of the best places to take pictures at Myrtle Beach in no particular order.
Are there more iconic Myrtle Beach attractions? The Ferris wheel extends about 200 feet above the promenade and offers breathtaking views of the beach. Each “fly” lasts 10 to 15 minutes and includes 3 revolutions. After celebrating its 10th anniversary this year Sky Wheel reopened in May After being disassembled, it was sent to Kansas and brought back with new flooring and seat covers inside the gondola. If you’re afraid of height, the Ferris wheel also has a 15-minute light show that starts at dusk, in addition to a 5-minute light show every hour until closing time.
- Myrtle Beach Boardwalk and Promenade
The promenade runs 1.2 miles between Pier 14 and Second Avenue Pier. Take a picture of the ocean, eat a bite and dive into one of the many festivals and events that take place there.
- Myrtle Beach State Park
Want to go to the beach but hate the crowd? Try Myrtle Beach State Park. The park has hiking trails, piers, beach access and a nature center. Get there in time for the sunrise, or wash the sand and look for shells to show off on the timeline.
- Atalaya Castle
Make your Disney Princess dream come true at Huntington Beach State Park. The estate was the winter home of businessman and philanthropist Archer M. Huntington and his wife and sculptor Anna Hyatt Huntington. It is now available for tours and events.
In addition to the castle, Huntington Beach State Park offers crocodile sightings and birdwatching opportunities, including a nature center, oyster reefs, nature trails, artificial getties, and multiple beach access points. Located south of Myrtle Beach State Park, it is usually less crowded than beaches in other areas.
- Brook Green Gardens
Brookgreen Gardens can be reached in a short drive while visiting Huntington Beach State Park. The sculpture garden and wildlife sanctuary offer 9,100 acres of beautiful space, including sculptures and trails. Pose under huge trees covered with Spanish moss, snap what’s blooming, and learn a little more about the history of the area.
- Crazy Mason
Take your art and eat it too!
Crazy Mason Milkshake Bars now on Myrtle Beach and North Myrtle Beach take milkshakes very seriously. Milkshake works are Instagram compatible and are literally made in jars with piles of toppings.
- Ripley’s Aquarium at Myrtle Beach
At the aquarium on Broadway at the Beach, you can see a variety of fish, penguins and other creatures. Take part in a daily penguins parade, take in another view from a glass bottom boat, or stay overnight as part of Sleep with the Sharks. Also, don’t leave without taking a picture of the Dangerous Reef, where you can walk through the glass tunnel and see the majestic sharks and stingrays up close.
- Conway Riverwalk
Need a break from the beach? Would you like to take a walk along the Wakkamau River?
The historic river area features wooden buildings, picnic tables and stunning views of the Wakamar River Memorial Bridge. The Blackwater River itself is quiet and within walking distance of Conway City Marina and Riverfront Park.
9. Valor Park
Located in Market Common, Urban Garden is within walking distance of nearby restaurants and shops. Pose under the white trellis, stroll through the artisan stalls at the farmers market, and watch summer concerts and movies. Historical markers in the area tell us more about the history of the former air force base and the people who served there.
10. Atlantic Ocean
It’s a little easier to understand, but if you don’t take the time to enjoy the white sands and blue waters of Myrtle Beach, your list won’t be complete. Whether you’re walking along the surf, looking from the pier, looking for shells, or taking a boat to the ocean, the Atlantic Ocean is always breathtaking.
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