A big shopping/dinning/play area. It's situated very near the airport and not far from the Pelicans baseball stadium. This one is slanted towards tourists, so it has 'those' shops....tshirt, fudge, gift places etc... It also has the Hard Rock Cafe, in the shape of a pyramid here. Lots of other restaurants, geared towards tourists so the price and quality is what you would expect...Senor Frogs, a Planet Hollywood across the street and a coffee shop that is a tribute to the band KISS.
It's located around a river or lagoon, so there is a boat shuttle that takes you from one end to the other for fun. There are huge carp in the lagoon that stick their mouths up looking for food all over the lagoon, near where the people walk.
What to buy: shirts, gifts, fudge...
What to pay: slightly above average...touristy driven.
myrtle beach has scores of beach shops, discount golf outlets, and fireworks stores. many people come to south carolina to buy fireworks. most states ban the sale of rockets and explosive bombs but they are legal in south carolina. the myrtle beach area has dozens of fireworks stores.
What to buy: fireworks
What to pay: ?
This is a superstore of all things golf. Inside it has a putting green to test out a huge array of putters. Their is a driving area where you can test out drivers, and hit them into a big tarp. Clothes, shoes, balls, anything you can think of and a whole lot more can be bought here. There are many locations of this store.
What to buy: golf things...everything you can imagine.
Yea, since i was with my sister her kids and my mom we shopped a lot. ;)
THis is a mall, but the indoors is pretty cool. Open, bright with some nice designs inside made it so it was rather nice to spend some time here.
They had a few typical and a a lot more not so typical stores here. They also had a few things such as a thing that would allow you to jump up and down and go up to 20 feet in the air because you were tied down by giant rubber bands....hard to explain, but I have a picture here.
Major department store Belk & Dillards anchor it. 170 stores.
The anchors are : Belk, Dillard's, Sears, Dick's Sporting Goods, Bed Bath and Beyond (Click !)
It is a large mall as there are everywhere in USA, with a long aisle and a short perpendicular one. We like to stroll along the stores to watch the frontwindows and to buy sometimes. 130 stores only. Not too big.
We went also to the theatre : Cinemark.
Open from 10 AM to 9 PM - Sun 12PM -6 PM.
It is the best place to shop for everything you need and more!!! There is th excellent fudge shop the I recomend for everybody.
What to buy: Clothes, shoes, swimwear, watches, ice cream, food.
What to pay: It depends on how much you want to buy.
If you enjoy the Myrtle Beach style of beach music, or maybe learned the shag during your trip, and want to take some of this music home with you, go to Judy's. They are open from
9 AM until 5:30 PM, Monday through Saturday. They have to close up so they can go shagging, too.
What to buy: Myrtle Beach-type Beach music
Instructional videos to help you improve your shag dancing
Beach music books
Other "Oldies but goodies"
What to pay: Fair but not free
we stopped here just because of the Shark doorway.
What to buy: Here I was able to get very nice thick, soft and plush beachtowels for only $8 each.
They are normally about $15-20 during season.
What to pay: As much as you want to buy.
Wow, all the shops were just setting up so the prices were unbelievable. We were able to get alot of nice items for very little cost.
What to buy: I purchased a sarrong which was fringed and tied dyed. Normally about $15 or more during season, I got it for $7. I was very pleased. It is hunter green with white sea turtles on it...very happy with my purchase.
What to pay: Depends on how much you want to buy
Are you looking for the best place to shop on the entire Grand Strand? Look no further than Barefoot Landing. Nowhere else on the Grand Strand is there a collection of stores like the one at Barefoot Landing. With over 100 specialty shops, you're certain to find a few interesting items. Then there are the 13 factory direct stores to browse through. Either way, it's tough to leave without filling a shopping bag.
Myrtle Beach Factory Stores is the best outlet shopping on the 'Grand Strand'. With the most famous brand names in outlet shopping, visitors to Myrtle Beach Factory Stores are sure to be delighted. From fashions to gifts to home accessories, there are over 100 factory stores with plenty of designer names and national brands to choose from, including Eddie Bauer, GAP Outlet, Nike Factory Store, Off 5th Saks Fifth Avenue, Polo Ralph Lauren, Tommy Hilfiger, and Tommy Bahama.