SO many choices.
November in other parts of the country is a bit frosty. Not so, Myrtle Beach. The weather’s quite temperate, allowing for plenty of activities, outdoors and in.
All the things you enjoy year-round – such as visits to cool spots such as Broadway at the Beach and Brookgreen Gardens, any of dozens of stellar golf courses, or just taking a walk on the beach – are available in the winter in Myrtle Beach.
We’ll review a few other sweet spots in Myrtle Beach to fit into your cool-weather getaway. Daily highs drop by about 7 degrees in November, to 63. On the other end, you won’t have many frigid days either – it rarely dips below about 52 degrees as a high, and usually mid-40s for lows. There aren’t a lot of frosty November days to be expected this time of year. It all makes for comfortable conditions, whatever you choose to do.
Why do people love Myrtle Beach?
Anyone who has been to Myrtle Beach knows. It’s one of the most popular vacation spots along the south Atlantic coast, regardless of the season. Wide beaches, challenging and picturesque golf courses and superb seafood restaurants draw crowds here. Some love to hit the area for all those outlet bargains to be found.
Things to do in Myrtle Beach in November
1. Myrtle Beach Dolphin Sightseeing Cruises
See dolphins in their natural habitat. In November, they pass through Myrtle Beach waters on their way south. Outfits such as Myrtle Beach Watersports will take you out on jetskis, with professional guides. You’ll also find a friendly, professional staff with Island Time Cruises.
2. Ripleys Aquarium Myrtle Beach
Some destinations in Myrtle Beach are awesome, no matter how many times you visit. Ripley’s Aquarium is such a place. Rays and sharks will fascinate your kids. The whole family will love the jellyfish, snacks, drinks, and a visit to the gift shop for a keepsake for a fun outing.
3. Motor City Musical – A Tribute To Motown
GTS Theater hosts Motor City Musical, voted the No. 1 best live performance in Myrtle Beach four years running. It’s a soulful tribute to 60 years of music from Detroit to a music genre that shattered social barriers in the 1960s and 70s American life.
4. Legends In Concert Myrtle Beach
Famous for celebrity lookalikes and spectacular shows, Legends in Concert Myrtle Beach provides top-notch entertainment, with dancers, incredible backup singers, and more, without a bad seat in the house. This cast is second to none.
5. Pirates Voyage
For swashbuckling stunts and stellar shows, you can’t beat Pirates Voyage. See a family-friendly production full of surprises and incredible performances. Dinner also gets rave reviews, and kids love to pick out something special at the gift shop on the way out.
6. Start Your Holiday Shopping
Get some steps in on the boardwalk and get going on your wish lists at Broadway at the Beach (stop in for lunch at Wahlburgers where you’re there – the double-decker with swiss is sublime!) Barefoot Landing is a great place for a date and some excellent shopping, too.
7. Sky Wheel
There is no view of Myrtle Beach like the one from SkyWheel. For being a couple hundred feet above the ground, it’s a calm ride you’ll find right along the Boardwalk. Take unique photos of the shoreline and the strip as you make multiple revolutions around the big wheel.
Ready to get away this November?
Whether you’re looking for adventure or serenity, you can find it in Myrtle Beach this November. Out on a jetski, inside at the aquarium, or watching a wonderful show, find your way to the coast this winter for a wonderful getaway. There is plenty to keep you occupied.