Sleep Inn & Suites
3345 W Highway 501
Conway, SC 29526
Phone: (843) 365-2828
Fax: (843) 365-2829
W. H. Winborne House is located at Horry County, South Carolina. This brick home was built in the year 1925 C.E and is a one and a half story structure. It has an American Craftsman style of architecture with cross-gable-roofed and a broad peaked gable. It was added to the National Registrar of Historic Places on August 5, 1986.
The Old Courthouse today serves as a Conway City Hall. The courthouse comprises of two stories in the Classical Revival style of architecture. The first story consists of an extension below which there are three arches. The ground level is used to accommodate offices. This hall was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1971.
The Waccamaw River Warehouse Historic District comprises three contributing properties that includes a terminal, a regular warehouse and a tobacco warehouse. It was incorporated in the U.S. National Register of Historic Places in 1986.
The Waccamaw River Memorial Bridge stretches across the Waccamaw River. It is dedicated to the locals of Horry County who fought in the American Wars. It was incorporated in the U.S. National Register of Historic Places in 1994.
Also known as CCU or Coastal, the Coastal Carolina University was established in 1954, and has had an eventful history over the decades. The courses offered here are varied and allow one to self-actualize and imbibe a wholesome educational experience. Check website for information on campus tours.
The Waccatee Zoo is not your typical zoo, it is more of an animal preserve without all the fancy installations and equipment found at other places. The acreage is privately-owned and due to its bucolic surroundings near the Waccamaw River, the animals are placed in an environment somewhat similar to their own. Some of the animals include alligators, storks, lemurs, lions, tigers and the exotic Patagonian Mara as well as a petting zoo that has goats, donkeys, sheep, and more. The zoo also allows guests to feed certain animals like camels and even boars!
Ripley's Aquarium is located at the popular vacation spot, Broadway at the Beach. One of the main attractions is the shark tunnel where visitors can walk through while fish and sharks swim above the glass. Guests can also see the shark's relatives like rays and skates, as well as marine education presentations, creatures from the Amazon rainforest and thousands of colorful fish. Throughout the year, the aquarium holds a large amount of events, so check the website.
Located at Broadway at the Beach entertainment and dining complex, Dragon's Lair offers a few hours of challenging miniature golfing experience on two courses with varying difficulty. With an imaginative theme of magic and fire-breathing dragons, the whole family will enjoy walking winding pathways, exploring story-book structures and gardens, terrain, tunnels and bridges. There's even scary sounds and animated creatures. A volcano "erupts" every half hour. Everyone can feed the ducks and fish around the lake. Food is available at coin-operated feed stations. Hours may change or remain open later according to weather and season. Admission: USD9 before 6pm, USD10 after 6pm and USD15 for all day play. Visit the website for more information. There is a link to printable discount coupons. - Natasha Lawrence
This is a fun spot where live impersonators revive both living and dead artists. There is no auto-tune, no lip-synching, and no pantomime fakes, these performers hit every note of their respective superstar's hits and even impeccably emulate their moves and facial expressions. Some celebrities include Michael Jackson, Frank Sinatra, Diana Ross, Cher, Buddy Holly, Dolly Parton, Madonna, The Blues Brothers and many others. After you see this show, you'll leave incredulous (albeit temporarily) with the idea that you really saw Elvis perform in Myrtle Beach.
The Palace Theatre is a grand auditorium which seats 2638 guests who watch performances under the dynamic lighting, large stage area and state-of-the-art sound system. The shows that take place here are usually touring troupes or shows like Le Grand Cirque, The Magical Spirit of Ireland or Jersey Boys. There are two levels, the mezzanine and the orchestra section, and every seat provides an intimate view. Additionally, as with most shows in Myrtle Beach, they are suitable for all age-groups.
Visitors of all ages won't be able to resist this curiously odd, three-story structure that appears upside-down from the outside. Entertaining, scientific and educational, the ceiling of the lobby is decorated just like the floor and it certainly belies the fun ahead for the inquisitive. Children and adults will find exhibits and displays, simulators, physical tests of endurance and games of fun. Experience the force of 84-mph winds in the Hurricane Shack, generate electricity by bike pedaling, lay on a bed of nails, feel the 28°F water that passengers of the Titanic felt, ride a simulated roller coaster, make giant bubbles in the Bubble Lab or try your hand at landing the space shuttle.
This ballpark is the home of the Myrtle Beach Pelicans, the single-A club under the Texas Rangers' farm system. The park seats 6500 and throughout the season, the Pelicans usually have amazing specials. For instance, the 1USD beer nights on select games is perfect with a couple of hot-dogs and the great American pastime. The stadium is also known as TicketReturn.com Field, however most locals still call it Pelican Ballpark.