What to do in Myrtle Beach: February
Planning a trip Myrtle Beach in February and interested in knowing what’s going on in the area? Well, there’s no need to look any farther … Ripley’s Aquarium at Broadway at the Beach is set to host a Father/Daughter Dance on Friday, February 7th from 6-9pm. The event is open to fathers, uncles, grandfathers and their special little girl. All ages are invited! The semi-formal evening includes dancing, photos, refreshments, desserts and plenty of fun! The cost is $39.99 plus tax per couple and $12.99 plus tax for each additional child and reservations are required. To reserve your tickets call (843) 916-0888 ext 3226.
Also in February, the sixth annual Shuckin’ on the Strand Oyster Roast will be held Saturday, February 8th from noon-4pm at the Hot Fish Club on Hwy 17 South Business in Murrells Inlet. Featuring live entertainment by the Paul Grimshaw Trio, this event is serving up Oysters and Chicken Bog to expected crowds of over 500 attendees! The cost is $25 per ticket, which includes all you-can-eat oysters from Harrelson’s Seafood, chicken bog and fixin’s, and two draft beers. Kids 8 and under are $10.
Throughout the month and until March 6th, Brookgreen Gardens will be hosting “Silent Cities.” You will have the opportunity to ride on a trekker down back roads at the park and explore cemeteries, walk through the graveyard of the former slaves and plantation owner, and hear about the historical burial customs of European and African origin. Tickets are $15 in addition to garden admission for this two hour excursion and must be purchased at Keepsakes, the Brookgreen Gift Shop, at least 10 minutes prior to departure time. Departure begin at noon and 2:30pm every day with the exception of Mondays and Wednesdays. Reservations are suggested; please call (843)235-6042. Visitors who purchase tickets will receive a discount coupon for same day purchases at Keepsakes.
Located at 6900 N Ocean Blvd in Myrtle Beach, The Caravelle is just a short drive from all of these fun adventures!
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