Independence Day Celebration, Myrtle Beach Style

Sabrina Dorfman's avatar By Sabrina Dorfman

4th of July in Myrtle Beach

One of the biggest American holidays loved and celebrated by all takes Myrtle Beach by storm. Red white and blue covers the town in way of outfits, balloons, drinks and of course, fireworks! 

Landmark Resort Has It All!

If you prefer to stay at the resort and celebrate our country's freedom by hanging out by the pool then you have made a great choice in choosing Landmark Resort! On the 4th of July we will be celebrating with a poolside cookout featuring items fresh off the grill. We will also have our ever-popular DJ Hurricane Pool Party beginning at noon and ending at 4 p.m. Grab a beverage from the Tipsy Turtle Pool Bar and dance the afternoon away!

If you prefer to take it easy and relax, grab some sunblock and enjoy the day the American way, by swimming and splashing with the kids as you sip on something cool and sweet and wait for the sun to go down.  Walk out to the beach front in the evening and you are sure to see and hear fireworks going off everywhere.

Experience The Fourth At Broadway At The Beach

Broadway at the Beach is a close option if you want to venture outside of the resort where you can take care of all your entertainment, dining and fireworks watching needs in one place. 

Start the day at the magical, informative, interesting and all age accommodating WonderWorks, which is a cross between an interactive museum and an indoor theme park with rides, laser tag and more.  It is impossible to miss this Broadway at the Beach attraction. It is a large, unique looking building that resembles a tornado-struck building because it is upside down! 

After you are done playing and learning with the family at WonderWorks, check out the other wonders that Broadway has to offer in way of snacks, games, and shopping.  Finish the day of independence off with a spectacular fireworks display at 10 pm, courtesy of the wondrous Broadway at the Beach. 

Murrells Inlet Boat Parade & Fireworks

In a little over 20 minutes, you can experience a waterfront spot lined with bars and restaurants where the 33rd annual 4th of July boat parade sails along the shore. The parade is on July 2nd and begins at 5pm from Garden City Point. It will flow by the Murrells Inlet Marshwalk and float along to the destination near the Hot Fish Club.

Hurry, rooms are selling out fast for this holiday weekend! Click here to book today, before it’s too late!

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