A Fashionable Selection Of Myrtle Beach Stores
a Myrtle Beach vacation without shopping? The
Grand Strand has it all - malls, outlets, boutiques,
bargain warehouses, and specialty shops. A shopper's
dream begins with miles of boardwalk stores,
hundreds of specialty shops, plenty of factory
outlet stores, and numerous restaurants. In
addition, flea markets, beachwear and souvenir
stores, art galleries, furniture and interior design
stores, and hundreds of unique shops are always
eager to please discriminating shoppers. Sample the
alluring array of Myrtle Beach shopping
Shopping Malls and Retail Complexes
Coastal Grand Mall (843) 839-9100.
The Myrtle Beach area's newest mall - and South
Carolina's largest - opened in March 2004. The
1.5-million-square-foot, fully enclosed complex
is on U.S. 17 Bypass, near Myrtle Beach
International Airport. The mall now features
three anchor stores (Belk's, Dillard's, and
Sears), restaurants, a 14-screen cinema with
stadium seating, and more than 100 other shops.
Numerous restaurants, retail stores, and other
establishments have opened on mall outparcels.
Colonial Mall (843) 272-4040.
Colonial Mall is home to JCPenney, Belk,
Books-A-Million, Bass Pro Shops Outdoor World
(the only one in South Carolina) and numerous
eateries - including Islamorada Fish Co. In
2006, a 12-screen theater with stadium seating
will make its debut, replacing the mall's former
Inlet Square Mall (843) 651-6990.
This mall in Murrells Inlet houses more than 55
stores and specialty shops, a 12-screen movie
theater, food court and new soft play area for
kids. Anchor stores include Belk, JCPenney,
Kmart, and Books-A-Million.
Barefoot Landing (800) 272-2320.
Barefoot Landing blends the beauty of nature
with miles of boardwalk, more than 100 specialty
shops, and 15 waterfront restaurants. This
popular complex - adjacent to the Intracoastal
Waterway - is also home to Alligator Adventure,
the House of Blues restaurant and concert hall,
the Alabama Theater, and Barefoot riverboat
Broadway at the Beach (800) FUN-INMB.
This unique venue is another favorite among
shoppers. In addition to browsing through
boutiques, gift shops, candy stores, and dozens
of other specialty shops, visitors can enjoy
numerous restaurants and attractions - including
Hard Rock Café, IMAX Discovery Theater, Planet
Hollywood, Ripley's Aquarium, MagiQuest, and a
16-screen cinema. New additions include Jimmy's
Buffet's Margaritaville restaurant, gondolas
with singing gondoliers, and more than two dozen
Hammock Shops (843) 237-8448. This is
the birthplace of the original rope hammock and
home to two dozen Lowcountry cottage shops -
with such treasures as fine handcrafts, jewelry,
clothing, and furniture.
- The Galleria Shopping Center (843)
- The Hidden Village (843) 238-0372
- Fox & Hounds Antique Mall (843)
Tanger Outlet Center (North) (843)
449-0491. TangerOutlet.com. The Grand Strand's
newest outlet complex - located at the
intersection of U.S. 17 and Veterans Highway
(S.C. 22) - houses 100 outlet stores within
400,000 square feet of store space, along with
restaurants, an enclosed food court and a
customer service lounge.
Tanger Outlet Center (West - formerly Myrtle
Beach Factory Stores) (843) 236-5100.
TangerOutlet.com. From fashions to gifts to home
accessories, this newly expanded center on U.S.
501 boasts more than 100 factory stores along
with a food court.
- Waccamaw Factory Shoppes (843)