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More Shops, Restaurants And Amusements Coming To Broadway at the Beach!

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Myrtle Beach's top spot for shopping, dining and just plain fun is growing.

Vividelle, a shop filled with beautiful women's clothing, footwear and accessories, just opened. In a few more weeks, we'll see three other new shops: Designer Sunglasses (top brand eyewear and accessories); So Unique! (an embroidery gift shop); and the Kryptonite Character Store (a gift shop showcasing comic book, cartoon, movie and TV show merchandise).

Anticipation is also building for our second winery, Coastal Carolina Winery, which will feature traditional wines such as merlot, cabernet and chardonnay, and serve selected food pairings by its resident chef.

When summer rolls around, the Rooster Bar & Grill will open at the entrance to Celebrity Square with uniquely-created appetizers, salads, entrées and more.

We're preparing for summer and our amusement ride offerings are getting a big redo. Exciting new rides like "Speed" and "Freak-Out" are being added, along with a massive, 180 foot tall Rocket Flyer and new Giant Slide.

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We’re Getting Ready For You

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Spring is a time of renewal and several of our existing shops are renovating or remodeling for the 2014 season.

Next time you visit Broadway at the Beach, check out the changes at Retro Active, Amici's Bistro, Magnet Madness, A Silver Shack, both Ben & Jerry's locations, Johnny Rockets, Liberty Steakhouse, Auntie Anne's, Fric N' Frac, Myrtle Beach Harley Davidson, Original Shucker's Raw Bar, Klig's Kites, Blondie's and Yamato Steakhouse Japan.

We're sprucing up this spring!

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Opening Day Baseball: Pelicans Stadium Is Just Steps From Broadway

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It's Opening Day for Myrtle Beach's popular Pelicans baseball team. It will be batter up at their hometown stadium, TicketReturn.Com Field, which is just steps from Broadway at the Beach.

A Class A-Advanced affiliate of the American League's Texas Rangers, the Pelicans will be fielding an Opening Day roster that features six players from Baseball America's Top 30 prospects in the Texas Rangers organization. According to a Pelicans news release, three of those players are from the publication's Top 100 Prospects list, and four of those Top 30 prospects are among the top five in the Rangers system.

Today, tomorrow and all season long is a perfect time to take your family out to the ballgame!

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Fly High And Get A Bird’s Eye View Of Myrtle Beach

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Ever wish you could get a true bird's eye view of Myrtle Beach? Spring is the picture-perfect time of year to get a look at Myrtle Beach from high above.The trees are flowering, golf courses are sparkling emerald green, the sandy beaches are uncrowded, and there are spectacular views of blue-green ocean waves lapping on the shore.

It's easy to go up, up and away for the ride of your life right from Broadway at the Beach. Helicopter Adventures offers several scenic tours that climb high above some of the most awesome scenery along the Grand Strand. The introductory two-mile tour will astound you when you see Lake Broadway and the Pelicans Stadium from above. Even more picturesque aerial views are served up on longer tours that carry you over Pine Lakes Country Club, Grande Dunes Golf Course, and Barefoot Landing — all the way to the North Carolina/South Carolina state line.

While you soar through the air with friends, your professional pilot provides an overview of the sites through your high-tech headset, and answers any questions that you have. And, because every seat is a window seat with panoramic views from the cockpit, you get an unparalleled opportunity to video or photograph your own memorable shots from the air.

It's just minutes to the heli-pad at Helicopter Adventures via a free shuttle at Broadway at the Beach. So isn't it time you buckled up, put a headset on, and got a bird's eye view of Myrtle Beach from the ocean to the Intracoastal Waterway?

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Imaginations Run Wild At WonderWorks

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Did you know that Broadway at the Beach is home to the only WonderWorks in the Carolinas?

The "upside down house" on the southwestern side of Lake Broadway is one of the coolest landmarks in Myrtle Beach. But it wasn't even there when Broadway at the Beach opened.

Legend has it that WonderWorks was carried on the wind over thousands of miles before landing in Myrtle Beach. It began as a secret science laboratory deep in the Bermuda Triangle. There, a great scientist named Professor Wonder labored at creating a man-made tornado. But his experiment failed terribly, causing the building to be torn from its moorings and transported by the force of an uncontrollable wind. Its journey ended where it stands today, and it became home to over 100 interactive, hands-on exhibits.

WonderWorks is the one place where you can experience the fury of a category 1 hurricane and emerge without a scratch. You can impress your friends by laying safely on a bed of 3,500 sharp nails. And you can shake, rattle and scream while on a hair-raising, realistic ride through spectacular virtual scenery, courtesy of the XD Theater 6D Extreme Motion-Simulated Thrill Ride's 3D films, special effects, full motion seats and surround sound.

There's even a place for a little competitive Lazer-Tag inside a cavernous 2,100 square foot high-tech action center. And this year a new WonderWorks Kids Zone is being added to entertain younger family members.

There are only five WonderWorks in the entire world and it's one of the many attractions that make Broadway at the Beach a very special place to visit.

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