Flowering trees and azalea bushes. Soft breezes swaying giant palmetto trees. Warm sunshine and the salty scent of the ocean on the air.
It's spring in Myrtle Beach, and we've said goodbye to the chill of winter.
Spring is the time that most of us enthusiastically return to the outdoors, once again excited to enjoy strolling by festive shops, feeding the fish in Lake Broadway, or just relaxing as we watch the kids enjoy a turn on the carousel. It's also a great time to play some miniature golf at Dragon's Lair or take on the challenge of the ropes course at Soar & Explore!
Before the picnic season really gets underway, spring lets us bask in the pleasure of a meal served outdoors on a restaurant deck, or comfortably savor a snack while people-watching from a cozy bench.
At Broadway at the Beach, we welcome the longer days that spring provides and look forward to reconnecting with the many visitors who make Broadway a regular part fo their vacation plans. Thanks to you, we're the #1 tourist attraction in Myrtle Beach, and we'll keep working to delight you with new and exciting things each year you return.
Last year, we debuted The Paula Deen Store, where fans of America's favorite Southern cook can find Paula Deen cookware and cookbooks, home accessories, recipe mixes, gifts and more. In a few weeks, we'll be introducing our 2016 additions to Broadway and telling you about the plans for the year ahead.
We hope you'll plan on visiting Broadway this spring, as the longer days provide even more time to make magical memories here. Through May 26, our shops and attractions will be staying open from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Come experience the fun of Broadway at the Beach in spring.