Wintertime Things to do for Snowbirds in Myrtle Beach
Living the snowbird life and spending your winters in Myrtle Beach? Or maybe you’re considering it and wondering what there is to do during the winter in Myrtle Beach. The good news is that there is plenty to do here in the winter. Just because it might be a little chilly for the beach doesn’t mean you’ll be bored with nothing fun to do! Let’s take a look at some of the great wintertime things to do for snowbirds in Myrtle Beach.
The Carolina Opry –
Stacked with regular shows and special guests, the Carolina Opry is a gem for music lovers. There’s always something new going on at the Opry, from their amazing Christmas show to special guests like The Irish Tenors, Johnny Mathis, The Guess Who and Air Supply along with tons of tribute shows.
Myrtle Beach Art Museum –
Learn about low country art, Gullah art and so much more at the Myrtle Beach Art Museum. With a regular staple of art and sculpture and a rotation of special exhibits by local and regional artists, this museum is an artistic snapshot of low country life and surrounding areas. If you love art and history, you’ll love this museum.
Wheels of Yesteryear –
This antique car museum is a sure winner for people who love cars. A hub of beautiful American made antique vehicles and a slew of car-related memorabilia, the Wheels of Yesteryear takes you down memory lane in a roaring fun way.
Long Bay Symphony –
Did you know that the Grand Strand has a symphony? Enjoy classic or contemporary music from local musicians and visiting world-class talent from all over the world. This is the only symphony in Horry, Georgetown and Brunswick counties. Let your senses be carried away by beautiful music!
Theatre of the Republic –
Located in downtown Conway, The Theatre of the Republic features a fantastic line-up of great theatre all year long. They’ve been providing world-class entertainment for more than 50 years! Upcoming shows for 2023 include A Few Good Men, Misery, Grey Gardens the Musical and so much more!
Brookgreen Gardens –
Home of the largest outdoor sculpture garden in North America, Brookgreen Gardens is so much more than some pretty flowers. Populated with native plants and including a wonderful zoo of native area species, this venue has so much to do, you’ll need more than a single day to see it all. Also check out the history tours of the old rice plantation grounds and learn about eras long gone.
Alabama Theatre –
The Alabama Theatre is the home of One The Show and the South’s Grandest Christmas Show. They’ll be featuring a new show called Iconic in 2023 and will also welcome special musical guests including tribute shows, The Lettermen, Jo Dee Messina, The Oak Ridge Boys and Three Dog Night. They also feature shows of local musicians and artists that you know and love like Greg Rowles.
Ripley’s Aquarium –
Named one of the best aquariums along the southern coast, Ripley’s Aquarium features attractions and exhibits for all ages. Walk through the shark tunnel, enjoy the stingray experience, ride in the glass-bottomed boat and don’t forget the penguin experience! This venue is a local favorite, and you’ll find periodic discounts for locals and visitors throughout the year.
Living the snowbird life doesn’t mean being bored and staying at home reading all the time. You have a ton of things to do here in Myrtle Beach during the wintertime. From great shows to great art and so much more, you’ll never be bored when you choose Myrtle Beach as your wintertime haven!