Best Myrtle Beach, SC Shopping

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    10. Tanger South Outlet Mall

    Located on Highway 501 about five miles from the beach, this Tanger Outlet has been recently renovated to make room for even more shops and stores. As one of two Tanger Outlets in the Myrtle Beach area, this one is...

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    9. Inlet Square Mall

    Located in the sleepy fishing village of Murrells Inlet, Inlet Square is the only mall on the South Strand and one of the few places to find national outlets and brands in Georgetown County. Anchored by Belk,...

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    8. Hudson's Flea Market

    For a shopping trip on the cheap, check out this open-air market featuring more than 400 vendor spaces featuring all kinds of wares. Bargain-shopper can find great deals, whether you're looking for antique tables or...

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    6. Myrtle Beach Mall

    Formerly known as Colonial Mall, Myrtle Beach Mall recently received a new name and a major makeover. Located between Myrtle Beach and North Myrtle Beach, this enclosed mall is anchored by standards JCPenney and...

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    5. Pawleys Island Hammock Shops

    Enjoy the slow pace of life in nearby Pawleys Island and a casual shopping adventure. The original Pawleys Island Hammock Shop drew such a steady stream of tourists that several additional shops and restaurants...

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    4. Coastal Grand Mall

    This palatial, fashionable mall is anchored by several top national and regional chains, such as Belk, Sears, Dillard's, Bed Bath & Beyond and Dick's Sporting Goods. All the familiar favorites are here, like Bath...

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    3. Barefoot Landing

    This multi-purpose complex offers excellent entertainment, dining and attractions, but shopping is the main event. With more than 100 specialty shops in one scenic location, guests can stroll along the boardwalk over...

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    2. Market Common

    This new multi-purpose complex features great dining and entertainment options, but shopping is the top draw. With more than 50 shops on one city block, window shoppers can stroll through this urban-style district...

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    1. Broadway at the Beach

    Live entertainment venues, nightclubs, dining, specialty shops and more all situated around a 23-acre freshwater lake. Shops include specialty apparel boutiques for women, men and kids, art galleries, jewelry and...

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About Myrtle Beach, SC Shopping

From upscale to on-sale, Myrtle Beach's shopping scene has come a long way since the souviner stores and the five-and-dimes. The former Myrtle Beach Air Force Base has been transformed into a trendy shopping district, featuring top national retailers that were previously unheard of on the Grand Strand. Barefoot Landing and Broadway at the Beach contain similar shops, as do the new Coastal Grand Mall and Inlet Square Mall and two Tanger Outlets. Shoppers looking to beat retail prices can check out local chain Dick's Pawn Shop and Hudson's Flea Market, and the Super Block in downtown Myrtle Beach is blossoming with trendy second-hand stores and unique boutiques. Of course, the tacky souviner stands, such as Eagles, Wings and the deceptively named "Nothing Under $7.95" stores, still exist on virtually every corner. It's hard to swing a dead hermit crab without hitting one of these outlets, but the number of upscale shops and boutiques have added some class and balance to shopping in the Myrtle Beach area.


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It's no surprise that journalist Terry Massey is credited with creating the word 'stay-cation.'  He considers the past 18 years in Myrtle Beach a vacation. He and his wife Stephanie were honeymooning in Myrtle Beach, when Terry was offered a job at the local newspaper. Without hesitation, they packed a U-Haul with their belongings - including...  Read more »

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