Malls, Complexes and Outlet Stores Highlight Myrtle Beach Shopping Scene



Go for convenience, accessibility, and selection. Those are the perks of Myrtle Beach's best malls and shopping centers. You can get in and out quickly and see a ton of things. Loads of local shopping options include high-brow and low-brow stores, along with food offerings should you need a drink or a bite along the way. Check out the wide variety at places like Broadway at the Beach or Market Common, both conveniently located just a short drive from the beach, or more traditional malls such as Coastal Grand Mall or the Myrtle Beach Mall. To turn your shopping experience into an all-day entertainment fest, try Barefoot Landing in North Myrtle Beach, which features live music and theater venues like the Alabama Theater and the House of Blues. Of course, some of the best places to bargain hunt aren't the modern malls with bright lights and music. Some of the best treasure hunting hot spots on the Grand Strand are tucked away from the big crowds, such as Hudson's Flea Market in Surfside Beach or the rows of stores in the Town of Calabash, N.C. No matter what you're looking for, from first-class apparel to second-hand clothes, Myrtle Beach has the right stuff for shoppers of all tastes.


There's not much else to do in this tiny port city than fish and eat, but shopping is a pleasant surprise. Located just across the North Carolina state line, there are plenty of neat little specialty and gift shops sit at the intersection of...  Read More


Myrtle Beach Mall
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This enclosed mall, located between Myrtle Beach and North Myrtle Beach, features traditional anchors JCPenney and Belk as well as popular specialty shops like Books-a-Million, Aeropostale, and Pacific Sunwear. But perhaps the mall's biggest...  Read More


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The fishing village of Murrells Inlet is famous for its seafood, but this mall shows there's also great shopping. Anchored by Belk, JCPenney, Kmart, and Stein Mart, this popular mall is ideal when you need to get the kids out of the house on a...  Read More


Pawleys Island Hammock Shops


The original Pawleys Island Hammock Shop drew such a steady stream of tourists that several additional shops and restaurants sprung up in its shadow. Today, you'll find not only hammocks, but a nice array of other goods, from candles and...  Read More




This Tanger Outlet Mall, at the northern end of Myrtle Beach, offers shoppers a plethora of upscale outlet stores, including BCBG Maxazria, Polo Ralph Lauren and Ann Taylor. There are more casual options as well, such as Gap, Old Navy, Reebok...  Read More


Hudson's Flea Market


Bargain hunters take note - Hudson's has 430 vendor spaces, and you can find some awesome deals among the stalls, whether you're looking for antique tables or computer desks, china or cheap dishes for you college-bound daughter. The family owned...  Read More


Coastal Grand Mall


Opened in 2004, this fashionable mall is anchored by Belk, Sears, Dillard's, Bed Bath & Beyond and Dick's Sporting Goods. All the familiar favorites are here like Bath & Body Works, Charlotte Russe, Earthbound Trading Company, Express,...  Read More


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Located on the former Myrtle Beach Air Force Base, which closed in 1994, this new multi-purpose complex features great dining and entertainment options. But shopping is the top draw, and Market Common does an awesome impersonation of an urban...  Read More


Barefoot Landing


This North Myrtle Beach multi-purpose complex offers the best in entertainment, dining and shopping in one scenic location on the Intracoastal Waterway. The House of Blues, Alabama Theater and Alligator Adventure are among the fun stops along...  Read More


Broadway at the Beach


Live entertainment venues, nightclubs, dining, specialty shops and more all situated around a 23-acre freshwater pond known as Lake Broadway. Shops include specialty apparel boutiques for women, men and kids, shoe stores and resort wear...  Read More


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Meet Terry Massey

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...  More About Terry

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