Myrtle Beach has a milder winter than the ones people tend to experience in the North, but in the month of January, temperatures can tend to drop in the 50s! However, as we are already in January and heading towards February, it is the best time to explore the best indoor activities that you can enjoy at Myrtle Beach. We have compiled a list of our favorites that you can enjoy on any rainy day or when the weather is too uncomfortable for outdoor activities on your vacation.
So, let’s check out two of our most favorite indoor places to visit and enjoy in at Myrtle Beach:
1. Myrtle Beach Art Museum
The Myrtle Beach Art Museum, also known as the Franklin G. Burroughs-Simeon B. Chapin Art Museum is Myrtle Beach’s premier art museum. It has 11 galleries that can be viewed all year round, with numerous incredible displays of national, regional and local artists on display. The best thing about this museum is that it is free to visit, since there is no admission fee. They also host different family and community days, talks, workshops, and various classes throughout the year.
2. 810 Billiards and Bowling
810 Billiards and Bowling is another great indoor entertainment place, where you have 14 standard bowling lanes, 6 billiard tables, 6 boutique lanes, corn hole, board games, darts, and foosball. It has a sports bar on-site along with a full menu and is a whole lot of fun on any day.
3. Rockin’ Jump
You can also have a grand time with your kids at the Rockin’ Jump Ultimate Trampoline Park. This destination features a huge trampoline jump area, trampoline dodgeball arena, trampoline basketball arena, a ninja course, a climbing wall, and a trampoline stunt bag for folks of all ages. There is also a snack bar and comfortable seating arrangements for everyone.